It was another busy night for the staff with Down syndrome at the Girasoli restaurant in Rome, which serves up traditional pizza and pasta dishes along with a new way of looking at disability in the workplace.
Writing stories, a form of free expression, plays a crucial role in building society.
Ballet Manila’s long-running “Ballet & Ballads,” with its unique fusion of dance and song numbers, has always been a crowd-pleaser.
Gallery Big’s Valentine group exhibit, “The Love Show,” locates love in the broader realm of passion, and manages, without being overbearing, to interrogate love’s performative dynamic and the often unquestioned rhetoric of commodified romance.
Everyone, without exception, raved about the Korean soprano Sumi Jo—“the voice from above”—when she debuted in Manila on Feb. 1.
The objects, gorgeously glazed, sensuously curved and loaded with more texture than you would believe possible in this medium, are shot through with references to the Philippines—a haphazard-looking bahay-kubo, bulol heads with enigmatic expressions, bamboo of varying lengths.
Noteworthy jazz artists from France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Philippines engage in a cross-cultural collaboration at “Euro-Pinoy Jazz Concerts,” Feb. 17-22, in Taguig and Manila.