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Having built their own structure on Randall’s Island, Frieze directors Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover aren’t contractually obligated to use the types of on-site vendors that have plagued the food selection at other fairs. Given this freedom, they’ve...
Darryl Jingwen Wee
TOKYO — Although Tokyo has always been home to a café culture all its own, it's worth bearing in mind that the average café in the Japanese capital is a foreign import that was brought over from Europe and the US many, many moons ago, along with...
Nicola McCormack, BLOUIN ARTINFO
The Roca brothers take top award for creative Catalonian cuisine
Hong Kong may not have the streetside cafe culture of Paris for our artists, designers, musicians, and other talents to gather at, but we have our own style of hangouts for the creative community. Some of these watering holes and cafes are found in factories...
SEOUL — The idea of your old teenage flame, who is now a successful architect, building you a house as promised 15 years ago completely captivated South Korean moviegoers last year, and “Architecture 101” became one of the highest grossing local melodramas of...
Once considered a poor man’s vodka, Brazil’s national sugarcane spirit has come of age with artisanal approaches and novo cachaça cocktails.
Robert Michael Poole
TOKYO – David Bowie’s association with Japan continues this week with the opening of a David Bowie Café within the Sony Building, Ginza, for three weeks.The café is being created to celebrate the launch of Bowie’s first album in ten years, titled “The Next...
Sydney’s most innovative food truck, Eat Art Truck, has taken the food truck concept to a whole new level with the launch of the Singapore Shiok edition of their mobile eatery/street art installation. Sponsored by the Singapore Tourism Board as part of their...
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