Abecedarian poetry
Nine of the 32 poems in the chapbook Songs from My Mind’s Tree by Jonel Abellanosa, published by Clare Songbirds Publishing House in New York, are abecedarian poems, meaning that their lines start with the letters of the alphabet, in proper order.
Arts and Culture
Botong Francisco joins ‘Million-Dollar Club’ at León Gallery Auction
Carlos “Botong” Francisco’s romantic “Nose Flute” finally catapulted this National Artist to the exclusive circle called the “Million-Dollar Club,” composed of artists who command a cool seven-figure at auction.
Arts and Culture
LIST: 12 teachers that inspire
In celebration of National Teachers Month, here are 12 educators who show how they uplift the students under their care, and help entire communities overcome obstacles, fight adversities, beat hard times, and conquer challenges.
Arts and Culture
New book aims to empower short guys
What makes people “short”? Do shorter leaders have Napoleon Complex? Are shorties also small down under? How do you add inches to your height? Deal with bullies? Are short men romantic or just cute?
Arts and Culture
Bonifacio’s first Katipunan flag, Rizal’s letter sold for millions at auction
The personal flag of revolutionary leader and Katipunan founder Andres Bonifacio, sewn by his wife Gregoria de Jesus at the Supremo’s request, fetched P9.3 million in a Leon Gallery auction last Saturday, nine times its starting bid price at P1 million. 
Arts and Culture
Another golden age for Philippine cinema?
Mysteries of fish
The relevance of comedies in Cine Argentino
WATCH: Juan Luna's rare ‘Spoliarium’ 'boceto' recovered from Europe
Brave new art and essays in this year’s Ateneo Art Awards
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