Inside this newly opened Yunnan joint serving street eats out in northern Jing'an in north Jing'an. Lots of carbs, garlic and spicy goodness inside.
Music Monday drops some Korean heat before sharing tracks from incoming house heads Pete Herbert, Dicky Trisco, and Ramon Tapia.
House destination Lola turns four years old. Stories of sin and degradation, relentless DJ bookings, live recordings, and industry wisdom inside.
This new cafe and retail shop on Anfu Lu that serves "real food." Healthy eats, artisan products, and other bougie treats inside...
Our new primer on contemporary Chinese culture. First up: filmmakers. Just enough info so you can hold your own in a cocktail party conversation.
Eating in Shanghai can be a real crap shoot and in more ways than one. Dr. Jorge Chedrauy gives us the straight poop on food poisoning...
Sharing acoustic techno, heavy electro, and rare disco from incoming artists Brandt Brauer Frick, Untold, and Horse Meat Disco.
Shiva Lounge rides again! The new home for deep tech-house all night errrynight opens up in the space where Amber used to be.
This month: new brunches at Tomatito and Apartment, classic French and Chelsea & Co., and a buffet binge at Café Liang in the Shangri-La.
A look at two of this year's major music festivals to learn why creating a vibe takes more than just cash, and that bigger doesn't always mean better.
The entrepreneur behind artisan jam and sausage maker Amelia's has cashed in and moved on. Here are some final reflections.
More live music this weekend as Rat On bring in Danish act The Clean Boys and eleven metal bands play a free Sunday show at Yuyintang.
This free museum out in Yangpu district is a little "thank you" note for smoking. Exit through the smoking lounge.
What's on in Shanghai for October -- meandering through dining, live music, clubbing, arts, theatre... and... sports?... Even sports!
Approaching critical mass with all these art and design shows. A slightly abridged West Bund Art & Design Fair re-opens tomorrow...
The man behind Franck Bistrot, Farine, and Franckito is now trying his hand at hamburgers. A look inside his newest restaurant on Wukang Lu
Sacco returns from Canton with a big bag of retro Chinese pop, funk, garage rock, and more. Rare 60s/70s Asian records you won't find anywhere else.
Yet another big art fair kicks off today on the West Bund, one of the most underrated areas in town. Here's some highlights.
Nine festivals coming up in October, and we've got the crucial details on all of them. The highs, the lows, where to buy tickets, and who to see...
Trekking out to the east side for some hearty noodles from the west of China. Noodles with a name almost no one knows how to write ...