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The country’s premier design and lifestyle event mounts its 64th edition on October 19 to 22 with the theme “Objects Matter.”
Watch a prized dance show and the world premier of a new one in this rare offering honoring the 120th death anniversary of Dr. Jose Rizal.
Young Berlin-based violinist Iskandar Widjaja and multi-awarded Israeli pianist Itamar Golan will perform in the fundraising concert.
A subdivision in Quezon City offers a different kind of horror attraction for Halloween.
‘Pinoy Manners’: There’s still a place for ‘delicadeza’ in this country, writes PR expert in new book
Politeness is still a revered virtue.
Here’s a peek at the bold pieces now on view at the country’s longest running art fair.
Coffee lovers, unite!
The iconic artist celebrates 50 years of his career, and advocates for children’s literacy while he’s at it.
Youth pay tribute to the good senator.
The once forgotten Metropolitan Theater in Manila is alive with exhibitions and performances for the 2016 London Biennale Manila Pollination.
More books to have and to read at the biggest event of the Manila International Book Fair so far.
The words “tito,” “tita,” “lolo,” and “lola” which Filipinos use to define family relationships or kinship, also made it to the list.
Soak up some art vibe and connect with local and international artists at this event founded by Filipino conceptual artist David Medalla.
The host of History Channel’s “Photo Face-Off: Season 3″ talks about his love for photography, the power of pictures, and his pet peeves when shooting images.
New York City-based artists explore their reactions to the airplane attacks, in which nearly 3,000 people died.