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Booze and bites

Harry's Bar revamps its food menu but consistency is an issue

Love Me Tandoor.
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This week in... 1989

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New releases

Yellowcard - One Bedroom.
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Catch samba, hip-hop breakdancers at Club Street

"I've heard so much about Singapore, especially the food! I can't wait to be there and experience it for myself." - DJ Rae
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The stars of Cafe. Waiting. Love on their affair with coffee

Bruce Bu and Vivian Sun.
&MADE Salad.
3 Little Pigs Burger.
'B' Burger.

Thanks to their big screen debut, fresh-faced Taiwanese actors Bruce Bu and Vivian Sung can now boast a fledgling showbiz career and a newfound appreciation of coffee.

While they were in town to promote their rom-com Cafe. Waiting. Love - rated PG13 and slated to open in cinemas here on Sept 4 - M took the chance to have lunch with the bubbly pair at &MADE Burger Bistro at Pacific Plaza.

Over an appetising avocado salad and mouth-watering pork and beef burgers, Sung, 21, and Bu, 24, spoke of how they became coffee fanatics thanks to their film shoot.

Read the full report in our print edition on Aug 27.

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5 Seconds Of Summer leading a new Aussie music revolution

HITS: 5 Seconds Of Summer (above), Sia Furler and Iggy Azalea.
HITS: 5 Seconds Of Summer, Sia Furler and Iggy Azalea (above).
HITS: 5 Seconds Of Summer, Sia Furler (above) and Iggy Azalea.

Armed with an energetic, punchy sound and a knack for crafting infectious, soaring tunes, the four fresh-faced teenagers of pop punk band 5 Seconds Of Summer are on the cusp of superstardom.

These youngsters - guitarist-vocalists Luke Hemmings, 17, and Michael Clifford, 18, bassist-vocalist Calum Hood, 18, and drummer-vocalist Ashton Irwin, 19 - are part of the new Australian ascent, storming mainstream charts stateside with their lean, tight debut self-titled release.

Together with blonde sexy rap sensation Iggy Azalea and reclusive singer-songwriter Sia Furler, they lead the ongoing high-powered Australian charge through modern popdom.

5 Seconds Of Summer's studio effort came in at No 1 on the US Billboard 200 chart, moving 259,000 copies in a week and making it the third-largest debut of 2014 and the largest for a group in nearly eight years.

Read the full report in our print edition on Aug 27.

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Bubbling Down Under

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Emmy winners

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