Dear Gay People, Shake off the notion that Japan is horrendously overpriced and out of reach for the average person to travel to. Having been through the ‘Lost Decade’, Tokyo, and much of the rest of Japan, have gotten rid of her swanky facade and has since become a relatively affordable holiday destination. For the
Dear Straight People, I walked into Pangdemonium’s production of ‘TANGO’ expecting a straightforward play about the plight of a gay family in Singapore. What I got instead was so much more. Premise (Spoiler Free) Inspired by a true story, TANGO centres around a gay couple, Kenneth (Koh Boon Pin) and Liam (Emil Marwa), along with their adopted
Dear Fitness Enthusiasts, Meet 30-year old Australian Luke Newton, the kind of guy everybody secretly hates. Luke Newton is the type of guy who binges on fast food and yet still manages to boast a physique that even fitness models would be envious of. He’s also the only personal trainer whom I’ve met who actually advices against a diet
Dear Singaporeans, I’m not sure when it happened. But somewhere along the last decade or so, chalets seem to have gone out of fashion. Thanks to the flurry of boutique hotels popping up all across the island as well as the accompanying rise of hipster culture, chalet gatherings have given way to swanky hotel parties.
Dear Foodies, I think we may have just discovered Singapore’s most LGBT-friendly cafe! Hidden amidst the lush greenery of Fort Canning Park is The Fabulous Baker Boy, an all-day bakery cafe that has amassed quite the reputation for its ability to bake fabulous treats. Located just a stone’s throw away from Clarke Quay MRT station,
Dear Foodies, If you’re a cheese lover, we’ve got good news for you. Rejoice because somebody at Domino’s Pizza decided to do the world a favour by introducing Cheesy Mozzarella Stix to its menu! On a sprightly weekday evening, we were lucky to get an invite to try out the latest addition to Domino Singapore’s pizza