Imagine Dragons offer light at the end of the tunnel

If you were hiding under your bed after listening to the last album by Imagine Dragons, it’s time to come out. The second volume of “Mercury”

In ‘Rise of Gru,’ Minion mayhem reigns

For a not small segment of the audience for “Minions: Rise of Gru,” only one thing really needs to be said. The Minions are in it. That’s

A slice-of-life novel both meaningless and profound

As a freshman, Nina has a crush on her English teacher.  That’s how “The Most Precious Substance on Earth” begins. Author Shashi Bhat wastes

Harry Styles is fully at home in ‘Harry’s House’

If the 13 tracks of Harry Styles’ third LP are the walls in which he lives, “Harry’s House” is a place of self-expression, happiness and healing.

Austin Butler, Baz Luhrmann deliver a grand ‘Elvis’

The brief life of Elvis Presley is not something that fits neatly into a conventional biopic formula, though many have tried. It was, perhaps, always going to

‘The Lies I Tell’ is a hard to put down thriller

Clear your schedule to read “The Lies I Tell” because this book is nearly impossible to put down from the first page. It begins from

Indie rockers Foals offer album perfect for summer

Indie-pop art rockers Foals gave us more than enough to process with their last offering. Now they seem to want us to dance. And dance we

A winning charmer in ‘Good Luck to You, Leo Grande’

Female desire is not a topic that gets a lot of space in mainstream Hollywood movies. And the desire of women north of 45? Well, that’s

Black Pearl for Summer

This summer, The Black Pearl Diamond Restaurants Gastronomic Series will be launched. Indeed, it is one of the most exciting events for gourmands organized by Melco Resorts

Adam Sandler basketball drama, ‘Hustle,’ has game

By now you’d think you know what you’re getting with an Adam Sandler sports movie. “Happy Gilmore” and “The Waterboy” have conditioned us to expect silly

Spoil the man of your life 

This Father’s Day, make the most of summer and embark on an outdoor adventure with dad. The new North Face Summer Exploration Collection has the perfect gear

Father’s day celebration

Thinking of where to take your dad on father’s day? For a sumptuous dining experience and a great celebration to thank your father for his love

Elegant garden party

Inspired by sumptuous entertainment practices from France known as “Fête Champêtre” during the 18th century, an elegant garden party awaits at Four Seasons.    Splash

The pain and beauty of ‘Crimes of the Future’

Pain is a essentially a thing of the past for some in David Cronenberg’s “ Crimes of the Future,” a dense, gorgeous and grotesque meditation on

Krug Echoes

Building on the notion of food pairing and translating this idea into music, Krug invites guests to experience Krug Grande Cuvée 170ème Édition through a Music Pairing. Every year,

Acting chemistry boosts (very) dark ‘Count of Three’

On the Count of Three” is marketed as a “darkly comic” movie. Well, there’s dark comedy and there’s darker comedy, and then there’s comedy like this

Philanthropy and the ‘tech for good’

Digital fundraising is reshaping philanthropy in what may be described as a blockchain revolution. It’s a peaceful revolution but, like every revolution, it has its supporters and

Edomae nigiri omakase experience

The savoir-faire from the inimitable Edomae nigiri omakase experience has emerged as a novel paradigm of dining with SUSHIDAN at MGM Macau's Rossio under the leadership of Chef Manato

A landmark NYC police standoff in ‘Hold Your Fire’

When there are so many fictional, burly varieties of heroes so regularly on movie screens, it’s jarring to see that the genuine article can be

Relax and go green

To provide joy and a place to escape, The Green Room at Vida Rica Bar, Mandarin Oriental, Macau now has flamingos, peacocks and swans to keep guests

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