By Edgar Allan M. Sembrano
Heritage experts and culture-mappers are coming together to help rehabilitate and rebuild several heritage structures damaged by Supertyphoon “Yolanda,” notably the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Guiuan, Eastern Samar, one of the oldest churches in the country.
By Josephine Darang
Fray Peter Casiño, OSA, prior of the San Agustin Convent in Intramuros, revealed during the opening of the religious art exhibit of Magno “Manny” Gaza on Nov. 20 at the San Agustin Museum that it was the Augustinians who taught the people of Betis, Pampanga, how to carve wood into religious images. Augustinian historian [...]
By Constantino Tejero
People have been wondering about those three portentous letters emblazoned on the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) logo: KKK. Is it something secret and revolutionary—as in that secret society of the Philippine Revolution?
Emily’s PostBy Emily A. Marcelo
My husband and I have been living separately for 18 years, since he left me and had another family, with two children. I did not file any legal separation or marriage annulment, as I knew this would affect my work in a school in our own barangay.
By Cheche V. Moral
When Supertyphoon “Yolanda” struck the country early last month, Gift Gate Inc.’s Virgie Ramos received a phone call from her longtime friend Kunihiko Tsuji, chief operating officer and senior executive vice president of Sanrio Co. Ltd.
By Walter Ang
In Bit by Bit Company’s “Maxie The Musicale,” the irrepressibly ebullient Jayvhot Galang as Maxie and the impossibly handsome Jojo Riguerra as Victor, the policeman that Maxie has a crush on, cut striking, beautiful figures on stage.
By Kate Pedroso
The crowd never stopped singing and screaming during the first-ever Philippine concert of Canadian indie duo Tegan and Sara recently at the NBC Tent in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
By Anna Isabel C. Sobrepeña
Baden-Baden was a destination waiting to happen again. An earlier visit impressed a charm and agreeable experiences which begged a return. So it was that the promise I made to myself to go there again with my hubby Chito brought us back to the stylish spa city at the foot of Germany’s Black Forest.
By Cheche V. Moral
It’s not every day that you witness fashion’s pecking order shunned or egos set aside. But that’s exactly what emerged last Friday, when over 100 Filipino fashion designers banded together for a fundraiser show in aid of the Supertyphoon “Yolanda”-devastated Visayas.
By Alex Y. Vergara
When the biggest pop music acts banded together in 1985 to record “We are the World” to raise money for starving people in Africa, American producer Quincy Jones reportedly told them to “check your egos at the door.”
By Clinton Palanca
The hitherto quiet end of Jupiter Street between Makati Avenue and Edsa appears to have discovered its potential, and sleepy furniture shops and art galleries have given way to a buzzing restaurant scene.