Better urban living through design—no crummy taglines necessary. A look inside the latest exhibit at the Power Station of Art.
Oh, large man with cauliflower ears and a neck like Shrek's, did you sit on your soccer ball? Here's a maul through SH's burly rugby scene.
Sacco kicks off the week with new tracks from French electro clash legend Miss Kittin and Dirty Bird records artist Justin Martin.
Du Zhong Chung is a security guard who works at the Shanghai Gardens compound in Minhang. He seems like a thoroughly content dude.
Alien invaders. Ginger giants. Recording and touring by herself. Here's Chan Marshall, AKA Cat Power, keeping it really, really real.
Our December selections are in. This month: duck with a side of mopey trip hop, all the sides and sweets you can eat and some exquisite dim sum.
Back with a new format, it's a whizzy interactive calendar filled with exciting crap that you can do in the festive month ahead. Press buttons!
Mellow rockers rejoice. Sacco has MP3s from two incoming heavy hitters, slow core indie act Cat Power and post rock band Caves of Steel.
Kevin's in Holiday Hitch, a Christmas play that opened last night. Yes, that is how he spells his name. For these truly are the last days.
A chat with the Cardigans bassist on their reunion, playing new parts of the world, and hitting new generations with their tunes.
Beijing big wig Da Dong finally arrives in Shanghai. Prepare for long waits, lots of distractions, but great roast duck.
He's worked with Madonna, Bowie, Daft Punk, Diana Ross, Bob Dylan... he's even worked with Avicii. This man is a stone cold hero.
Where the drinking of booze, stuffing of faces and watching of the Packers and Lions shall take place. Presenting our 2013 Thanksgiving guide.
This spectacular new gallery has opened in a park studded with architectural marvels in Nanjing. It's about 70 minutes away by train.
MP3s from Nile Rodgers's band Chic and his production work along with Eric Duncan of Rub'n’ Tug, both playing this Friday.
Chachy is the lead singer of Round Eye. Herewith he discusses collapsing in KTV kitchens, tossing balls with Joe Montana, and guzzling butter beer.
Stewing ourselves in tequila, beer, bourbon and other essentials of the good life at this little watering hole on a quiet stretch of Jianguo Lu.
There's a gaggle of new, cheap-ass bars opening up on Danshui Lu, just south of Xintiandi. Oh, and a Japanese maid cafe.
Sushi'O is getting into the yakitori business, and a new craft cocktail lounge is soon to follow. All things grilled and speared on sticks inside...
A chat with the founder of Stones Throw Records about signing Madlib, releasing J Dilla, and his documentary which streams Thu at Shelter