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Just when the yearly art crowd is starting to see a pattern, the art event’s three muses bring in a fresh batch of artists to watch or to rediscover.
Never before seen works by artist Fernando Zobel are featured in a collection spanning 40 years of the artist’s works and friendship with the Pfeufer family.
Soon to be launched lifestyle Post Office will offer processing of new Posta I.D.’s, sell philatelic items, and money remittance, to name a few.
‘Isang Harding Papel’: A child’s longing for her mother shows what it’s like to live under Martial Law
Like her friends, 7-year-old Jenny plays with her dog, eats ice cream, and acts in plays. But unlike them, she can only visit her mother once a week, in prison.
An infant born in a Yolanda-stricken town becomes the inspiration of this uplifting children’s book.
After Pope Francis’ visit to Leyte, volunteer art teachers continue to exemplify what he calls “a beautiful expression” of everyone being members of one family.
Hours before the pope’s arrival on Thursday afternoon, thousands filled the streets patiently waiting for a glimpse of their beloved Pope Francis.
As the case of the Charlie Hebdo murders, and, here in the Philippines, the case of Carlos Celdran, show us, one of the greatest enemies of freedom is… feelings.
Yes, there were dancing spoons, too, in this musical retelling the classic and very popular fairytale.
Red Turnip Theater presents Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies’ quiet but intense drama on war, love, and relationships.
His disability didn’t stop him from living independently. Instead, his faith in the Señor Nazareno gave him the strength to move on.
Here are the things we’ll remember about 2014.
In keeping with the spirit of new beginnings, here are Inkcanto’s resolutions that, when followed properly, will result in peace, prosperity, and well-being for all.
Her inspiring story and the kindness of people make her Christmas shop a truly happy place.
These exquisite and folksy terra-cotta sculptures featuring nativity scenes are a joyful reminder of the reason for the season.