Vitas in his extraordinary falsetto.
Vitas in his extraordinary falsetto.
Awesome place for a good hangout.
Address: 50 Armenian Street #01-02 Wilmer Place Singapore 179938
DAILY HAPPY HOUR, STANDARD DRINKS & DRAFT BEER.
MOJITO, CUBA LIBRE & CAIPIRINHA AT 1 FOR 1 FROM 5PM TO 9PM
MONDAY: Chill Out Monday
Happy Hour all night for house pours and draft beer.
TUESDAY: Juggies Nite
All house pour jugs at 1 for 1 all night.
WEDNESDAY: Ladies Martini MADNESS
All Martini at 1 for 1 all night.
THURSDAY: Wine Happy Hour
Happy hour all night for house wine by bottle and glass.
FRIDAY: Bottle FANTASY
All house pour spirits at $110 per bottle all night long.
SATURDAY: Shooter HEAVEN
11pm-1am $8 per shot
(Ask your server/bartender for the shooter of the day)
SUNDAY: Beer GARDEN
Heineken Draft, buy 2 pints and get 1 pint free.
The Betrayed: Armenian Genocide Documentary
In a special Correspondent to coincide with Holocaust memorial week, Fergal Keane investigates how a terrible slaughter, three quarters of a century ago, has returned to haunt the relationship between Turkey and its western allies. For decades the Armenian people have campaigned to have the killings of hundreds of thousands of their forefathers in Ottoman Turkey in 1915 recognised as genocide. But there has been an equally determined campaign by Turkey to deny genocide with threats of reprisals against any country which uses the word to describe the slaughter. Now as the United States steps up its efforts to win Ankara’s support in any conflict with Iraq Correspondent reveals new Turkish pressures. Threats to withdraw military bases have forced the American Congress to abandon legislation which would have used the all important term, “genocide”. The programme also discloses how President George W Bush and his predecessor Bill Clinton both broke promises to the Armenian community that they would recognise genocide. Talking to Armenian survivors, Turkish officials and key political figures in the United States Correspondent investigates a story of terrible slaughter, political intrigue and a people betrayed.
WHY WHY WHY!!?!?!
Wally Hermes Yacht. A moving Mansion.
“[Burberry Beauty] is completely integrated with everything else we do with the brand and with the company,” said Christopher Bailey, Burberry’s chief creative officer. “It started because I felt that, at shows and the shoots, the whole [Burberry] attitude is epitomized through the shoes, the bags, the clothes, the accessories, but then the face was the one thing I really struggled with. When we were doing makeup, I felt like we weren’t able to get the right attitude. It was either caked-on makeup or then just the wrong colors, the wrong tones, the wrong spirit for makeup. I wanted it to be this kind of effortless elegance.”
Burberry will be launching Burberry Beauty in July 2010. It features a 96-unit makeup line, with everything inspired by “the brand’s iconic trenchcoat.” Yay! or Nay?
Burberry will be launching Burberry Beauty in July 2010. It features a 96-unit makeup line, with everything inspired by “the brand’s iconic trenchcoat.”
Yay! or Nay?
For the first time, Topshop’s launching their line of make-up. O.O
And it seems every other make-up line’s in the seaside sensation.
The reason why I collect make-up: because they’re simply gorgeous. ;)
This collection won’t be out anytime soon but stay tune.
Availability: May 27th, 2010 (North America); May 2010 (International); June 2010 (Asia)
MAC To the Beach Bag ($49.50 U.S. / $59.50 CDN)
Cream Bronzer ($25.00 U.S. / $30.00 CDN)
Lustre Drops ($18.50 U.S. / $22.50 CDN)
Bronzing Powder ($22.00 U.S. / $27.00 CDN)
Bronze Body Oil ($22.00 U.S. / $27.00 CDN)
Great voices. Perfect blend. The Voca People!