IZA IGLESIAS, TMT

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“I choose to live in my world so I can continue creating from within, from my thoughts, through my skin, human form and in my own evolving universe.” These are the words of artist and art conservation specialist Annali Garcia who benchmarked her 10th anniversary in Manila in an exhibition…

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Fil-American prima ballerina and American Ballet Theater to perform in Manila for charity Internationally acclaimed Filipino-American prima ballerina Stella Abrera, together with eight other American Ballet Theatre (ABT) stars are set to perform in Manila for a series of whimsical performances that are sure to excite ballet fans of all…

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NATIONAL Artist for Sculpture Napoleon Abueva passed away early Friday morning at the National Kidney and Transplant Institute (NKTI) in Quezon City. He was 88. Known as the “Father of Modern Philippine Sculpture,” Abueva was born on January 26, 1930 and hails from Bohol. To date, he holds the distinction of being…

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Quirks and surprising variations in Valentine celebrations around the world Today is the “most romantic day of the year,” but February 14 wasn’t always about roses, chocolates and candlelit dinners. The day of hearts was named after Saint Valentine, a Catholic priest who lived in Rome in the 3rd century. What may not…

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Husband and wife talk about working on ‘Kinky Boots’ encore, and encouraging and raising a thespian daughter Following a successful and sold out run last year, singer and theater actor Nyoy Volante will reprise the role of a fabulous drag queen for a limited return of Tony and Grammy Award-winning…

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Since the ‘70s and through the ‘90s, the Filipino slang “lakwatsa,” a verb —and consequently its noun or doer, the “lakwatsero”—brings to mind images of high school and college students cutting classes and having fun with their barkada in the era’s definitive hangouts. Given the said decades, the lakwatsero—at least…

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Aplenty are Hollywood movies shot in the Big Apple where go-getters sit down to a big steak dinner after winning the stock market or landing a juicy deal. “I deserve this,” the character would say, a scene that is common place in frenetic New York City, which can now be…

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A Parisian woman’s journey to the heart of Africa serves as the inspiration of French luxury brand Longchamp’s newest handbags for Spring/Summer 2018. As she explores the world of tribal art, specifically the uniqueness of African paintings and sculptures, the celebrated fashion house imagined a sophisticated and exotic collection that…

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