‘The Bikeriders,’ the birth of a subculture on two wheels

Still images have been a source of wonder and mythology in the films of Jeff Nichols. “Mud,” Nichols’ Twain-soaked Mississippi fable, seemed derived from the

Summer scent 

This season, Diptyque is relaunching its enchanting limited Summer Collection, which captures the essence of a Mediterranean summer, packed with new limited edition items and summer essentials.

Exploring culinary delights at the Gastronomy Fest

The “International Cities of Gastronomy Fest, Macao” welcomes the public at Macau Fisherman’s Wharf until June 23. As one of the three major highlights, the “City of Gastronomy Showcase” brings

Taste of India 

Those who are crazy about Indian cuisine should know about Chef Justin Paul. He was the senior chef of The Golden Peacock at The Venetian in

‘Tuesday,’ with Julia Louis-Dreyfus, is strange, emotional and fiercely original

Death has taken many forms in cinema. It’s been portrayed by actors like Bengt Ekerot, Ian McKellen, John Cleese, and even Brad Pitt. In “Tuesday,” filmmaker

‘Swole’ or, what masculinity could be in a hyperconnected, TikTok-imaged world

Author Michael Brodeur takes the gym too seriously, and not seriously at all at the same time, in his book “Swole: The Making of Men and the

Elegance in Minimalism 

Recently,  Executive Chinese Chef Anthony Ho presented his new tasting menu at Four Seasons Hotel Macao’s award-winning Chinese restaurant Zi Yat Heen. Savoir-faire in handling traditional cooking methods while featuring

Dakota Johnson brings her winning authenticity to sweet friendship comedy ‘Am I OK?’

We start — why not? — with a veggie burger. Lucy (Dakota Johnson) and Jane (Sonoya Mizuno), besties in their 30s, have been so close for

Macau chef wins championship in China culinary competition

Macau chef Oscar Wang won the championship in the Bocuse d’Or 2024 China Selection, which ended in Guangzhou, earlier this week. Wang, who defeated seven

Sushi Heaven 

Derived from the Japanese word for “auspicious,” Sushi Kissho by Miyakawa embodies the essence of wabi-sabi – the Japanese art of finding beauty in simplicity - in each

This is her, now, in space: J.Lo heads to a new galaxy for AI love story in ‘Atlas’

Let’s all be clear, if we weren’t already, that when it comes to Jennifer Lopez, it’s about the love story. Always the love story. J.Lo the

Seasonal endeavours 

At Simon Rogan’s chef’s table restaurant Aulis Hong Kong, the team is proud to introduce a new and much valued Saturday Lunch Menu and Seasonal Dinner Menu. The Saturday Lunch Menu features

The ‘Mad Max’ saga treads water with frustrating ‘Furiosa’

At the beginning of “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga,” we are introduced to a kick-ass woman who rides a horse, then a motorbike, nails a few bad

Lenny Kravitz leans on the funk with glorious ‘Blue Electric Light’

The bass is banging, the guitars are shrieking and Lenny Kravitz is howling on “Blue Electric Light,” the rocker’s best stuff in years, offering a welcome blast

Te Quiero Mucho

Lately, an authentic Mexican restaurant in Sheung Wan, introduces a new menu highlighting the vibrant flavours of its heritage. Head Chef Eric Rodriguez, a native of

Amy Winehouse story flattened in frustrating biopic ‘Back to Black’

“Back to Black “ as a movie is a tame and mediocre affair. A conventionally told biopic about a talented artist who became famous, struggled with drugs,

Provençal delights 

Olivier Elzer is a French chef who has garnered a total of 27 Michelin stars in 16 consecutive years while working in France and Hong Kong.

Guest DJ and Mixology at W 

This month, W Macau ñ Studio City blends incredible music with unforgettable local and global mixology delights. At Blind Tiger, esteemed global mixologists will showcase their craft

Planet of the Apes finds a new hero and will blow your mind

Fans of the “Planet of the Apes” franchise may still be mourning the 2017 death of Caesar, the first smart chimp and the charismatic ape leader.

Sebastian Bach’s ‘Child Within the Man’ makes case for Skid Row reunion

Sebastian Bach’s latest solo album, “Child Within the Man,” is a reminder that every once in a while, a man and a moment meet. This is

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