Get to know Andres Bonifacio and the rest of the Katipuneros not only as valiant revolutionaries but as passionate theatre artists in Dulaang UP’s “Teatro Porvenir: Ang Katangi-tanging Kasaysayan ni Andres Bonifacio, Macario Sakay at Aurelio Tolentino sa Entablado”.
Gut FeelBy Minyong Ordoñez
The sight took my breath away. It was drops of blood of Gen. Emilio Jacinto who was wounded in 1899 in the battle of Maimpis river in Majayjay, Laguna.
Gantimpala Theater’s special touring production of “Katipunan, Mga Anak ng Bayan,” directed by Joel Lamangan, Gantimpala’s new artistic director, and Jun Pablo, is the theater company’s contribution to the sesquicentennial birth anniversary celebration of working class revolutionary and hero Andres Bonifacio.
By Niko de Leon
Since it’s the weekend of the University of the Philippines College Admission Test (Upcat), it would be fitting to give people or future Peyups students an overview on the little “war” that goes on in Katipunan between Ateneo and UP. Whether in academics or sports, the “Katipuneros” have always been in a constant state of combat.
Word of MouthBy Sandy Daza
Katipunan has become a hub for many dining places. With the main target market being mostly students, it has become an area where many amateur restaurateurs are confident enough to try out what to them are winner dishes from their homes. Out of these risks taken, many have blossomed into chains. Flaming Wings is one.
MenuBy Margaux Salcedo
There are two places with the best cheap eats: university strips and red light districts. Since it’s balik-eskwela (back to school) season, we will talk about a few favorites on that wholesome strip that leads to Ateneo, Miriam and the University of the Philippines: Katipunan.