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There’s more to Barcelona than Gaudi

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POCKET gardens surrounding the medical pavilions

Barcelona. The Spanish sun, the Medditernean sea, the Catalan artistry, and home to the illustrious architect Antoni Gaudi.

Posted: July 28th, 2014 in Arts and Books,Editor's Pick,Headlines | Read More »

Italian filmmaker’s love affair with Smokey Mountain

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It took a visit to Smokey Mountain in Tondo for Andrea Bosca to come to the realization that wealth did not necessarily equate to happiness.

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Veronica Roth shows her main man in ‘Divergent’ trilogy

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By now, everyone knows about how American novelist Veronica Roth’s young adult “Divergent” trilogy conquered the bestseller list and how the 2014 feature film adaptation of the first book conquered the box office with three more films on their way.

Posted: July 28th, 2014 in Arts and Books,Headlines | Read More »

Huffing and puffing my way to Monet’s Giverny–on two wheels

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FOR 20 YEARS, Monet would produce a series of murals and smaller pieces on water lilies alone, and the mirror images of the weeping
willows on the pond beneath. INQSnap this page (not just the logo) to view more photos. PHOTOS BY ANNE A. JAMBORA

The last of the riders was already turning right at the end of the block 100 meters down the road, and there I was, still on tiptoes, struggling to straddle my bike. The seat was too high, the handlebar too wide, and my forearms tense and stiff from bearing what felt like the bike’s entire weight.

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‘Mostly Mozart,’ the fine and the beautiful, and Darrel Ang

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ANG with tenor Arthur Espiritu

On many levels, a programming that stays within the territory of the First Viennese School is fiendishly difficult to pull off. The justification of the period relies heavily on the formulations and definitions put forward by scholars from Kiesewetter in the 19th century to Sandberger, Adler and Fischer during the musicological revolution of the 20th.

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