When she came to life in 1974, she was a kitty without a name, sitting sideways in blue overalls and a big red bow, on a coin purse for Japanese girls. On Saturday, fans around the world celebrate the 40th anniversary of this global icon of “cute-cool.” That is, Hello Kitty.
In a dark alley in northwest London, a small group of people desperately searched for water. But it was too late— the zombies spotted them, and they ran for their lives.
By Daryl Angelo Baybado; Student correspondent; University of Santo Tomas
As an aspiring basketball player, Rendell Senining made his collegiate debut at the University of San Jose-Recoletos in Cebu. Now he’s made it to the National University (NU) men’s basketball team reserve, hoping for the lineup call.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
In my admittedly biased opinion, no other play, whether straight or musical, has effectively captured the passion and death of national hero Andres Bonifacio than “Andres Bonifacio: Ang Dakilang Anak-Pawis,” with music by composer Jerry A. Dadap and libretto by dramatist Dionisio Salazar and poet Rogelio G. Mangahas.
By Pablo A. Tariman
For several weekends at the CCP’s Bulwagang Huseng Batute, mother and daughter Gina and Racquel Pareño alternated in the part of Linda Loman, the wife of Willy Loman, in “Pahimakas Ng Isang Ahente,” Tanghalang Pilipino’s production of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” as translated into Filipino by National Artist for Theater and Literature Rolando Tinio.