February 25, 2020
Postwar Ramona Apartments in Manila demolished
John Grisham takes a stand with his 34th novel
‘Crash Landing on You’ has descended into our hearts
Wearing face masks, people go makeup free, change style
Kendall Jenner headlines London Fashion Week’s Burberry show
Nico and Solenn, for real
10 makeup settings sprays, 10 different ways
Main takeaways from London Fashion Week
When skincare meets makeup: Introducing the BYS Cosmetics Full Coverage line
New Banksy artwork vandalised
London’s ‘chewing gum man’ fuses art with recycling
WATCH: The new Bawal Clan drop directed by Mark Nicdao
‘Pasko sa Palacio’ highlights an old-fashioned way of celebrating Christmas
Smart inspires aspiring content creators nationwide with “Smart Play: Vlogger Camp”
A cooking competition that aims to make recipes and stories to life-long legacies
He, she, they: Americans and the choice of gender pronoun
How Habi makes a difference in the lives of Filipino weavers
UAAP Season 82 medals made of bullet shells from Marawi siege
Mark Bautista on love: ‘She has to be understanding of my situation, that I’m bisexual’
Mark Bautista has played a diverse range of characters onstage from a love-struck college kid in 9 Works Theatrical’s “Eto Na! Musikal nAPO!”…
Why you fell for ‘Crash Landing on You’
So whom [sic] do we contact to nominate #HyunBin for @people Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive? #CrashLandingOnYou” This was tweeted by a socialite mom…
John Grisham takes a stand with his 34th novel
John Grisham has done some amazing things. The lawyer-turned-writer has over 300 million copies of his books in print, has nine movies to…
Weldon and Epperson: A deeper way of seeing
“To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower Hold Infinity in the palm of your…
Fashionable feathers: Italian designer’s life in plumes
PICTURES BY MIGUEL MEDINA. by Céline CORNU Feathers have adorned the most glamorous fashionistas throughout history, from Marie Antoinette to Lady Gaga, and…
Byline: Elizabeth Lolarga
Gilda Cordero Fernando: The quieter she becomes
In the recent months whenever I visit Gilda Cordero Fernando, I am reminded of that Zen proverb: “The quieter you...
Sylvia Mayuga: ‘Genius, endearing oddball, original human being’
“Now we could dance again—sailing through a rose window, the colors of time brilliantly staining the white radiance of eternity.”—Sylvia...
Why adobo isn’t a dish but a way of cooking, and ‘suman’ should be national dish
Food may be considered a subject relegated to the lifestyle or leisure section. But with a rice shortage that...
My depression hits even at the height of summer
“Emotional pain cannot kill you, but running from it can. Allow. Embrace. Let yourself feel. Let yourself heal.” —Vironika Tugaleva, www.tinybuddha.com
Health and Wellness
Gilda and her lipstick ladies
At the First Draft group of writers reunion with Gilda Cordero Fernando, I felt that her facial recognition of some persons, even those close to her, was going. Her oft-asked query was a wide-eyed, “Sino ka (Who are you)?”
Globetrotting tenor Arthur Espiritu triumphs over jet lag
For his only appearance on Philippine stage this year, tenor Arthur Espiritu, who’s much in demand in European opera houses, is doing love duets with three sopranos on July 27, 7:30 p.m., at the Spotlight Power Mac in Circuit Makati.
At 86, Ding Roces is still on a voyage of self-discovery
It is hard not to hear the trace of an eager schoolboy in the raspy voice of this octogenarian who paints, enough to fill a retrospective twice in his lifetime, and writes articles and books.
Viva Voce ventures into musical theater with Broadway revue
The vocal ensemble Viva Voce Voice Lab is more known in the concert circuit for promoting and propagating opera and classical music. But on Feb. 23, it is diversifying with an event billed as “Viva Voce on the Great White Way: A Journey Through the Golden Age of Broadway,” a one-night performance at 7:30 p.m. at the Power Mac Center Spotlight, Circuit Lane, Circuit Makati.
Juana Change as journalist, vigilante, orphan and Zumba instructor in ‘Tao Po’
Actor-director Mae Paner, aka Juana Change, has become one of the increasingly rare voices of conscience in the country, but especially so with her portrayal of four characters in the monologue “Tao Po.”
‘Lakwatsa’ with Gilda
I couldn’t think of a better way to spend the residual of that day than with friend and mentor Gilda Cordero Fernando, the writer who defies categorization because she’s in a class of her own.
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