We join our good friend and fellow writer Lila Shahani, her siblings Ranjit and Chanda, her uncle, former president Fidel V. Ramos, and the rest of our countrymen in mourning the demise of former Senator Leticia Ramos Shahani.
Viewing Igan D’Bayan’s recent solo show at the Secret Fresh Sky Gallery in Ronac Art Center, Magallanes is like touring an alternative realm, a rare experience of slipping into a dimension where strange creatures exist and uncanny events happen.
Should we have to equate heroism and sacrifice with dying? I would hope not. We can live, and not just die, for our country.
Does China have a claim over the Philippines’ Panatag Shoal and Benham Rise? Perhaps, the old maps on display at the ongoing “Mapping the Philippine Seas” exhibit of The Metropolitan Museum of Manila (MET Manila) have the answers.
Perhaps you’d like to start with the axe?” asks a little girl in the world of The Nether.
Full regrets for being unable to make it to a performance of the doomsday rock band The Black Vomits last March 5, a Sunday, at a snazzy venue in Paseo de Magallanes.
Because of my new administrative duties at the University of the Philippines, I was able to join the UP Writers Workshop for only two days this year, but it was time enough to make a wonderful discovery in the person of a Filipino-American writer whom I had never met before but whose voice, I predict, will resonate more loudly in the years to come.
More than just a fundraising fair, Art in the Park is an avenue toward sustaining and promoting culture and the arts.
Here, both seasoned collectors and students on a budget can buy the works of the country’s celebrated artists — which may come in the form of paintings, sculptures, or even P50 stickers.
Lascañas might have read and been influenced by the poet Emily Dickinson, who endowed some words of her arbitrary choice with such typographical power.