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Expect an evening of love, OPM, and other surprises during the shows.
At the 2014 Ateneo Art Awards, Charles Buenconsejo, Leslie de Chavez, and Jeona Zoleta won the inaugural Fernando Zobel Prize for Visual Art, while Carlo Daoana bagged the first Purita Kalaw Ledesma Prize for Art Criticism.
The accomplished actress will receive the highest award given by the University of the Philippines to an outstanding media practitioner on August 27.
Watch this interview with PO2 Mariano Flormata and sigh as you say there’s hope after all for sincere-hearted cuties to join the police force.
Find out what makes Police Officer 2 Mariano Flormata tick in this video.
Over two decades after ‘Manananggal Terrorizes Manila,’ Jessica Zafra has recently released her second short story collection along with another book of essays.
Uplifting music filled the halls of Tektite Tower as the Manila Symphony Orchestra and its guest artists played the best of Mozart’s music recently.
Here’s a first look at some of the things to look forward to at the yearly artisan fair at the Rockwell Tent in Makati City.
From ‘labandera’ to activist, this relentless woman is proof that fighting for one’s country and principles knows no age or economic boundaries.
Enough of Sen. Nancy Binay’s gowns, here are other scenes you missed last Monday.
The multi-awarded poet, activist, and novelist writes another poem on this year’s SONA.
Here’s why they deserve the accolade.
After a successful run in Chicago and New York, the opera based on Philippine national hero Jose Rizal’s best known novel will go on stage at the world-famous venue next month.
Congratulations to the Ateneo Chamber Sinbers, the Iriga City Singing Ambassadors, and the Miriam College High School Glee Club!
Revisit Philippine history and the life of Apolinario Mabini through Ballet Philippines’ 45th season opener.