Anjali Raguraman, The Straits Times

Anjali Raguraman, The Straits Times

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16 September 2020
ST Lifestyle Picks Ep 94: Ticketed live concert series by 24 Owls adapts to Covid-19 era
The organisers behind indie music festivals Laneway Singapore and Alex Blake Charlie - 24 Owls - are back with a ticketed live concert series called Flock At The Nest. It is a platform for local musicians as well as foreign acts passing through Singapore. Pre-recorded at a new live performance venue at the Pasir Panjang Power Station A called The Nest, the first edition kicks off on Oct 9 at 8pm with performances by homegrown acts Benjamin Kheng, Lew Loh and Marian Carmel. To recreate the atmosphere of a gig at home, viewers can also purchase individual or group tickets that come with a bottled cocktail/mocktail delivery to your doorstep, via www.24owls.sg

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8 September 2020
ST Food Picks Ep 25: Foodie haunts and bar-hopping options along Keong Saik Road
Hotel Soloha’s strength as a staycation boutique hotel option lies in its proximity to Keong Saik Road - one of Singapore’s hottest drinks and dining destinations.
Besides local favourites like Tong Ah Bakery for kopi and kaya toast, and Kok Sen Restaurant for zi char dishes, the street is also home to everything from African fare at Kafe Utu to modern Indian food at Thevar.
The street is also great for a bar hopping itinerary where you can head to the likes of Heart of Darkness brewpub for craft beers from Saigon, or World’s 50 Best Bar, The Old Man.

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5 August 2020
Virtual parties this week and digital NDP shows: Lifestyle Picks Ep 88
This week, Money FM's Bernard Lim hosts The Straits Times' entertainment and nightlife journalist Anjali Raguraman who shares her pick for the week
This year’s National Day will be virtually celebrated with more than 20 local artists including mainstays like Nathan Hartono, Charlie Lim and Dick Lee, as well as young rappers and singers like Abangsapau and Yung Raja.
Performers also include violinist Jaz Low, 22, who rose to fame earlier in the year for her rendition of former National Day theme song Home on the balcony of the hotel where she was serving her stay-home notice.
There are also two virtual parties - one by Marquee Singapore on Aug 6 with Laidback Luke and another by Pinball Wizard and its sister club Nineteen80 called Majulah Joget, featuring 80s and R&B tunes interspersed with recognisable Singapore anthems.

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4 August 2020
Fancy orchid or ondeh ondeh-flavoured local beers for National Day? - Food Picks Ep 20
Money FM's Bernard Lim hosts ST's entertainment and nightlife journalist Anjali Raguraman as she shares her drinks picks this week.
With National Day round the corner, local breweries - both established and new - have released beers with uniquely Singaporeans flavours like orchid and ondeh ondeh.
Singapore stalwart Tiger Beer has an orchid-infused black lager, while new player Sunbird Brewing has an ondeh ondeh porter.
Two breweries - Brewlander and Alive - have teamed up for a collaboration of witbier with familiar flavours like coriander seeds, black pepper and kaffir lime.

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