May 25, 2020
Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen: Pandemic shows China is ‘a dangerous monster’
Quarantine extension: ‘It should be the last’
PH bookstores reopen—with precautions
Miss Universe PH moved to October
Not your everyday masks: Fashion designers add style to face masks
DISCOVER: 6 easy (and relaxing) ways to get creative
How to be a responsible beauty crystal owner
BEAUTY CHECK: Do you need to wear sunblock indoors?
BEAUTY CHECK: How stress stirs up zits
Quarantine Reading: 5 tips on how to navigate ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’
DISCOVER: Puzzles featuring the works of female artists
Creativity in Lockdown: A quarantine diary by photographer Paolo Crodua
Pronti, Partenza, Via!
‘Pasko sa Palacio’ highlights an old-fashioned way of celebrating Christmas
Smart inspires aspiring content creators nationwide with “Smart Play: Vlogger Camp”
To cut or not to cut? In US, quarantine slows everything but hair growth
WATCH: Modern-day heroes who make our days much brighter
Queen Elizabeth II says collective effort will defeat COVID-19
Starck designs and other functional pieces are highlights of León’s online auction
The “new normal” in the art and design auction market as a result of the new coronavirus disease pandemic means that bidders will…
Phantom lock picker of Paris parks becomes folk hero
Paris, France | AFP | Friday 5/22/2020 – 23:04 UTC+8 | 411 words by Fiachra GIBBONS A mysterious figure who picks the locks of Paris parks at night for people…
Stylist Melville Sy on how to dress for that video conference
After I got a photographer’s take on how to look good during a video call, I got asked to write about what one…
Why my senior high school class is special
What was supposed to be the culmination of all our labor, our graduation ceremony, is facing an uncertain future. The commencement exercises should…
Emerson Yao rediscovers painting
(23rd in a series) The never-ending quarantine has brought back leading retailer Emerson Yao to a childhood interest—painting. But just as interesting, it…
Nat’l artist Almario frowns on ‘shabby’ portrayal of Bonifacio
The revolutionary hero Andres Bonifacio was an excellent poet “and I will challenge anyone who will say he was mediocre,” said National Artist for Literature Virgilio Almario during Friday’s commemoration of the hero’s 149th birth anniversary in Manila.
The art of hero-worshipping Jose Rizal
Jose Rizal had class and charisma. He was a renaissance man who dazzled and insulted an archaic Spanish colonial ruler with his liberalism in modern politics. His symbol: a pen that is mightier than the sword.
Art banners pay tribute to 150th birth anniversary of Bonifacio
Each summer, the Academic Oval at the Diliman campus of the University of the Philippines transforms into a public museum, with banners featuring the artworks of dozens of Filipino artists lining the popular running and biking destination.
Arts and Books
Heroes’ Day blues
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.
Granddaddy of Bonifacio plays to be restaged this September
The granddaddy of all plays on Andres Bonifacio, whether musical or straight, is composer Jerry A. Dadap’s “Andres Bonifacio: Ang Dakilang Anak-Pawis,” with Dionisio R. Salazar, a Palanca Award-winning playwright, and leading poet Rogelio G. Mangahas, as librettists.
Photos & Videos
Top rock artists join Ballet Philippines in concert tribute to Bonifacio
Ballet Philippines celebrates Andres Bonifacio’s 150th birthday anniversary in “Rock Supremo,” co-produced with Rock Ed and the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP).
Arts and Books
Dadap’s ‘Bonifacio’ to kick off UE’s 67th anniversary celebration
The University of the East (UE), through its Office of Cultural Affairs (UE OCA), will hold cultural presentations throughout September in connection with UE’s 67th foundation anniversary.
Arts and Books
‘Rock Supremo’ features ‘fragmented’ Bonifacio
It starts with the capture of Andres Bonifacio, the Supremo and leader of the revolutionary secret society Katipunan. Charged with treason and conspiracy to kill Emilio Aguinaldo, he is captured, unjustly tried and executed.
Arts and Books
Dulaang UP celebrates Bonifacio’s sesquicentennial with ‘Teatro Porvenir’
In celebration of Andres Bonifacio’s sesquicentennial, Dulaang UP stages “Teatro Porvenir, Ang Katangi-tanging Kasaysayan ni Andres Bonifacio, Macario Sakay at Aurelio Tolentino sa Entablado,” a Palanca-winning play written by Tim Dacanay.
The Supremo on the march
Andres Bonifacio is popularly called “The Father of the Philippine Revolution.” He was a founding member and, later, Supremo (“supreme leader”) of the Kataas-taasan, Kagalang-galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan (Highest and Most Respected Society of the Country’s Children), a secret revolutionary society that fought for independence from Spanish colonial rule.
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