French fashion brand Marie Claire is back in Singapore with a flagship store at Suntec City's North Wing.
Tapas bar and restaurant Lepark announced on Tuesday (19 September) that it will be closing for good on 30 September. Bidding farewell to their spot on the roof of People's Park Complex, Lepark will be throwing a big farewell gig" over the next few weekends until their closure at the end of the month, it said in a Facebook post.
Singapore's arts precinct Gillman Barracks will be celebrating its fifth anniversary on Friday (22 September) with a slew of festivities happening as part of its Art After Dark open house event.
Before Camella Fong died, she wanted to donate all her belongings to charity but her husband wanted to keep them to remember her by. As such, he decided to sell his beloved Star Wars collection instead to fulfil her wish of giving to charity. The devoted man, Jeremy Sim, managed to raise a total of $11,800 for the KK Hospital Health Fund from the sale of his Star Wars collection. Sim sold off his collection from a booth at the Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention which was held two weekends ago (9 and 10 September) at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre.
LiHO’s new avocado drinks will be sold in Singapore from 21 September 2017. If you love avocado, gula melaka and coconut, LiHO’s new drinks might be right up your alley. Come this Thursday (21 September), LiHO stores islandwide will have two new drinks and they both contain avocado.
Filming for local Mandarin singing competition show “The Voice” is well underway with the first episode being aired on Sunday (17 September) night. Judges Sky Wu, Della Ding and Tan Hanjin attended the premiere screening of the first episode at 2mm Talent Hub at School of the Arts on Sunday night, while the last judge, Mandopop singer Gary Chaw, 37, was not present at the event as he was having an overseas concert.
Take a look inside F1 after-party Amber Lounge, which took place at the Temasek Reflections on Saturday night (16 September). This year's party featured a fashion show by homegrown designers Max Tan and Nida Shay. The audience also had a chance to get up close with the finalists for this year's Miss Universe Singapore pageant. More entertainment highlights during the F1 weekend here: Entertainment highlights from the 2017 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
American rapper Coolio was not able to perform at a Formula One after-party over the weekend because he was denied entry into Singapore.
This weekend marks the beginning of the Mid-Autumn@Gardens by the Bay lantern displays as well as the largest ever gourmet and lifestyle festival in Singapore, the GREAT Food Festival. For music lovers, Japanese groups Do As Infinity and The Gospellers are performing in Singapore.
Calling all fans of Boy George and the rest of Culture Club: The iconic band behind memorable tracks "Karma Chameleon" and "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" is coming to Singapore for a concert on 11 December.
The Chainsmokers performed to thousands at The Padang on Saturday night (16 September). The American duo, consisting of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, played a string of EDM-pop tunes for about one-and-a-half hour. These songs included remixes of popular tracks such as Queen’s “We Will Rock You”, The Lion King’s soundtrack “Circle of Life” and Coldplay’s “Yellow”. The 2017 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix is taking place from 15 to 17 September, with other headlining acts such as singer SEAL, DJ Calvin Harris and legendary band Duran Duran. Catch the full story here: Singapore fans treated to Ariana Grande and The Chainsmokers at F1 See all the photos from the event's entertainment highlights here: Entertainment highlights from the 2017 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
The crowd at this year's Formula One Singapore Grand Prix was treated to a high energy performance by American popstar Ariana Grande on Saturday night (16 September).
Singapore’s annual dance movement ‘Got to Move‘ is set to return this October for the third time with ‘a refreshed format’ and ‘expanded programming’ for the public to appreciate dance. From 13 to 29 October, the ‘Got to Move’ initiative will offer over 220 dance programmes and activities across various dance schools, pop-up events around the island. As part of the activities in this year, dance duo ScRach Marcs will be having a ‘dance performance installation’ at various locations in Singapore.
American pop-rock band OneRepublic performed to thousands at The Padang on Friday night (15 September). The five-piece band, fronted by vocalist Ryan Tedder, wrapped up the first night of the Formula One (F1) weekend with hits such as "Secrets". The 2017 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix is taking place from 15 to 17 September, with other headlining acts such as singer Ariana Grande and electronic duo The Chainsmokers. See all the photos from the event's entertainment highlights here: Entertainment highlights from the 2017 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
The Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix is taking place from 15 to 17 September with entertainment highlights that include performances by superstars Ariana Grande and The Chainsmokers.
Formula One stars Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa attended various events in the country ahead of the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix this weekend. The annual night race is taking place from 15 to 17 September. At the Ritz-Carlton on Thursday (14 September), Hamilton and Bottas attended a meet-and-greet hosted by HUGO BOSS and Mercedes-Benz, which saw about 400 attendees. In the evening, Massa attended an event at bar-restaurant CE LA VI, located on the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands. Related stories: F1 racers and Hollywood's Patrick Dempsey out and about ahead of Singapore Grand Prix </> Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
This year’s Singapore Fashion Week (SGFW) will return from 26 to 28 October at the National Gallery. The annual event, which has been shortened to three days, will feature a collection by celebrity designer Jason Wu, as well as those from modest fashion designers such as Jovian Mandagie and Dian Pelangi.
Heart disease or cardiovascular disease, which refers to ailments of the heart and blood vessels, is the No. 1 cause of death globally. The Singapore Heart Foundation reveals that cardiovascular disease accounted for 29.5 per cent of all deaths in Singapore in 2016. Abnormal heart rhythm or arrhythmia: This occurs because of a problem with the heart’s electrical system.
Singapore’s award-winning comic artist Sonny Liew has reportedly returned the first tranche of funding to the National Arts Council (NAC). The 42-year-old was earlier awarded $19,000 worth of funds under the Creation Grant.
Formula one racers and Hollywood actor Patrick Dempsey were out and about in Singapore ahead of the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix Formula One (F1) night race happening from 15 to 17 September.
Formula one racers and Hollywood actor Patrick Dempsey were out and about in Singapore ahead of the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix. The Formula One (F1) night race is happening from 15 to 17 September. Full story: F1 racers and Hollywood's Patrick Dempsey out and about ahead of Singapore Grand Prix Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
For example, Japanese food company Nissin’s mystery meat rice bowl launched last month. Now, it seems like another such radical product may carve its way into reality again. In what seems like a teaser post, Nissin tweeted an image of its seafood cup noodles, except this time not in the shape of a cup.
Over a year after the verdict on the scandalous City Harvest Church case involving the misappropriation of funds was announced, we didn't think the song "China Wine" would resurface again. Not for long at least.