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By Tatin Yang
You know somebody has become a star when he can barely find time to sit down and chat. In the case of record producer and DJ Ryan Lewis, there seems to be no rest after his wickedly awesome collaboration with rapper Macklemore resulted in two chart-topping singles from a hot debut album, not to [...]
By Tatin Yang
John Travolta either needs glasses, a dyslexia test or a sobriety test after he botched Idina Menzel’s name so badly by calling her “Adele Dazeem” (or something that sounds like it). As expected, Ms Dazeem clones immediately popped up on Twitter, including @AdelaDazeem who tweeted “Thank you, Jorn Tromolto,” which had over 27,000 retweets.
By Pam Pastor
When Dr. Martens Philippines asked Raimund Marasigan to design his own 1460 boot using the brand’s Design A Boot Facebook app, the musician didn’t have to look far for inspiration.
By Fran Katigbak
No matter where their feet take them, those with chronic wanderlust will always feel love—through the surroundings, experiences or the people they meet. But travellers can give the love back, too, and do something for the community of their destination.
By Irene C. Perez
The 7107 International Music Festival is by far the biggest gig in the Philippines, with over 50 local and foreign artists playing for two days before a crowd that primarily came to watch the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
The 7107 International Music Festival held from Feb. 22-23 in Clark, Pampanga province, had people posting their “gig hangover” online a week after the festival (#weare7107 on Twitter and Instagram). Inquirer Super attended the two-day event and here are some of our favorite moments.
By Denison Rey Dalupang
The best gigs remain forever— from the way the frontman carries himself throughout double-digit sets, to the way instrumentalists make the most out of their solos, down to the collective bow and wave that conclude the performance.
Smart subscribers who attended the 7107 International Music Festival got to chill in the Smart Hangout, an air-conditioned tent with plush seats where one could charge gadgets, play games for freebies, load up, connect to WiFi and take refuge from the outdoor heat.
By Angela V. Ignacio
After two long years, “Sherlock” fanatics in this part of the globe will finally get their detective drama fix as the third series is set to hit Asian television screens this February, courtesy of AXN.
By Ruel S. De Vera
It was one of the more striking transformations in any personal filmography. In the 2003 ensemble film “Love Actually,” Brazilian actor Rodrigo Santoro played Karl, a handsome, sweetly shy tech guy in the early stages of an office romance with Laura Linney’s Sarah. Then, in a truly astonishing change, Santoro was unrecognizable but utterly unforgettable as the grotesquely pierced, inhumanly tall, power-mad god king Xerxes in the kinetic historical action epic “300.”
By Pam Pastor
Last year, in an interview with Manny of Picksysticks.com, Moonpools and Caterpillars lead singer Kimi Ward Encarnacion finally answered a question that fans had been wanting to ask: Why did they stop playing in 1998?