Country CookingBy Micky Fenix
It was years ago in Iloilo when I learned about how Norway and the Philippines were connected. It was at a resort where we ate the specialties of the province. On the beach, instead of swimmers, were a group of lifesavers. It was explained that those were students at John B. Lacson Maritime School, and the school was in partnership with Norway’s maritime industry.
By Francisco Guevara
From April 21 to 27, the University of St. La Salle-Bacolod (USLS) was home to Kritika 2013, the national workshop on art and cultural criticism, which was held with the Iyas Creative Writing Workshop.
By Walter Ang
The Cultural Center of the Philippines offers prepaid cards that can be used in paying for tickets to selected shows.
Pride of PlaceBy Augusto F. Villalon
Remember Escolta? It is the street running parallel to the Pasig River that once was Manila’s premier commercial location.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates’ casual style was the subject of criticism in some South Korean media Tuesday after he shook hands with President Park Geun-Hye, with one hand in his pocket.
By Brylle Tabora
Different provinces are hosting next month’s celebration of National Heritage Month by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).
Camarines Norte in the Bicol region will hold its 9th Bantayog Festival in observance of its 93nd founding anniversary this April.
By Lito B. Zulueta
Since winning the Signature Art Prize in 2011, Rodel Tapaya, 32, has become the darling of international art dealers, perhaps because of the curious story behind the work that won for him the top prize in the triennial contest sponsored by Asia-Pacific Breweries Foundation of Tiger Beer.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
Silliman University’s Cultural Affairs Committee was established in 1962 by Miriam Palmer, and since then has had a cultural season for every school year.
By Susan Isorena-Arcega
Aliwan Fiesta takes to the streets of Manila and Pasay once more on April 11-13. Twenty street-dancing contingents from all over the country will compete.
Sewing machines buzz inside the Iraq Fashion House as dressmakers work late into the night behind concrete blast walls readying intricately embroidered costumes. Models rehearse for an upcoming show upstairs.