Indian Head Massage: Shiok
10 years in the making, this old school-titled local album by TypeWriter deserves a spin
The next Michael Phelps may be South African
At 18 years old, Chad Le Clos, the swimming sensation from South Africa is already looking to be the next Michael Phelps.
Food poisoning at the YOG raises concerns
A week of investigations later, we are still no clearer about the cause behind 21 volunteers of the Singapore Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee (SYOGOC) developing food poisoning on Aug 15.
Bittersweet day for Singapore’s fourth medallist
The True Meaning of the Youth Olympic Games
As with the National Day Parade held just 5 days earlier, spectators of the Opening Ceremony of the Inaugural Youth Olympics on Aug 14 were treated to colourful fireworks displays and precise performances by the youth of our nation.
Less than Wicked
Imagine reading about a demonic circus, about a necromancer who commands the dead, about his quest to reclaim his soul from the Devil… and yawning. Such is the effect that Jonathan Howard has achieved with Johannes Cabal the Necromancer.
Death Watch: Another Treat From The Master
18 years ago, 15-year-old Norma Jean Judd disappeared under unexplained circumstances. Now, her twin brother Bryan Judd is found dead in a hospital incinerator- and it is not accidental.
Feature-packed in small bodies
Cameras are getting smaller and filling up with more features. We test 2 cameras from Nikon to tell you what’s what
Good Things Do Come in Small Sizes
Action, thrill, suspense, and other nouns you could come up with for a thriller are brimming in Derek Haas’ debut novel, ‘The Silver Bear'.
Quirks of the World Cup
A Desirable Android
Possessing similar traits of the Google Nexus One and running on the Android 2.1 platform, the HTC Desire is a phone for people looking for an alternative to the usual iPhone or Blackberry
2010 World Cup Referees: Simply Horrendous or Mere Scapegoats?
This World Cup might have seen many fans lambasting the performances of some match officials, but are we barking up the wrong tree?