By Brylle B. Tabora
The death of his mother draws big shot city lawyer Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.) back to his childhood hometown he had for the longest time eschewed. But a much bigger event welcomes him home when he is called in to defend his estranged father (Robert Duvall) who has been accused of murder.
By Dexter R. Matilla
October 15, 2013 was like any day in Bohol. Even Tagbilaran was unhurried, the capital reflecting the calm, laid-back pace the province had been known for.
By Edgar Allan M. Sembrano
Heritage advocates in Malolos, Bulacan, are opposing the planned demolition of the city’s 91-year-old water tank, a structure presumed important cultural property under the National Heritage Law.
By Ruel S. De Vera
Like a literary shade, Eric Gamalinda seems to be shifting from form to form effortlessly: poet, playwright, journalist, teacher, short-story writer and novelist. But like many stories, there is more to it than just mere trickery. Truth is, Gamalinda is all these things at once, and the transformation is a permanent state.
By Marge C. Enriquez
Every work of choreographer Agnes Locsin is always highly anticipated. Her work is noted for its intense imagery and the breathtaking bravura of her dancers. Yet, despite her cult status and impressive body of work, she has to strive, like most artists, to get patronage and support.