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Since she made her mark on Philippine television in the 1990s as a news reporter for ABS-CBN, eventually finding her niche as television host-cum-producer for a string of successful lifestyle programs, Daphne Oseña-Paez has established herself as a woman of substance, grace and style in the public eye. Away from…

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Public relations maven Joy Buensalido writes a timely tome Whereas previous generations turned to the elderly for lessons in life, today’s youngsters, students, millenials and all other labels in between, tend to rely on guidebooks and self-help sites to get them through varied challenges. Relationship advice, home tips, career and…

CARLA BIANCA RAVANES-HIGHAM

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THE THOUGHT JUNKIE

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On a daily basis, we encounter people from different walks of life. The everyday grind can leave us often exhausted and also indifferent. It can cause us to downplay the importance of each individual that we come across, often dismissing the fact that everyone we meet has a story to…

Jiggy Manicad looks back at his award-winning coverage and news stories during the past two decades in his book, ‘On The Edge’ ‘ON THE EDGE’

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For GMA News reporter Jiggy Manicad, there is no other way to deliver news and tell stories but to present them as truthfully as possible. The seasoned correspondent looks back at his award-winning coverage and news stories during the past two decades in his book, On The Edge. “In the…

‘Moliere PMS’ is poised to be a hilarious display of contemporary Philippine culture’s hypocrisy, an examination of the truths people keep to themselves in the name of superficial notions of unity and harmony, and their own undoing given Filipino’s refusal to engage honestly with the fundamental issues

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Early this year, Egg Theater Company staged probably the most daring, most honest, and most truthful play to come out of local theater in years. “Schism” was an adaptation of Moliere’s “The Misanthrope” by George de Jesus III, and while few saw it on its limited run, it would ultimately…

‘Filipino Masterpieces’  PHOTO BY ERICA JACINTO PHILIPPINE BALLET THEATER’S 30TH SEASON:

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Philippine Ballet Theater brings back Philippine folklore to the stage in its production of Filipino Masterpieces featuring the epic legend “Darangen Ni Bantugen,” as well as “Mantones” and “Vinta.” To be staged at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) until today, this is part of PBT’s 30th season. “Darangen…

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National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Chairperson Felipe De Leon Jr. led the inauguration of two Sentro Rizals this month — one each at the Philippine Embassies of Doha Qatar and Cairo Egypt. Currently counting 18 around the world, each Sentro Rizal is a repository of materials on Filipino…

Mariana Castillo Deball’s ‘Untitled’ (2014) PHOTO COURTESY OF ARTIST AND KURIMANZUMO, MEXICO CITY/MCAD.ORG.PH

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This month, “Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs” — a traveling and transforming exhibition — opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD) at the De La Salle-College of St. Benilde in Manila. A major international exhibition, it works with the changing landscape of cultural production and contemporary…

Romanian artist Alexandru Antik (center)   did a lectureperformance at the opening of ‘A Matter of Contemplation and Discontent,’ with guest curator Anca Mihuleţ (left) and Vargas Museum curator Patrick Flores PHOTO COURTESY OF THE VARGAS MUSEUM FB PAGE ROMANIAN EXHIBIT AT THE VARGAS MUSEUM:

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There is little we might know of Romania, coming as we do from the parochialism of third world Philippines, with our eyes trained to look towards the West, i.e., America, and predisposed as we can be to a specific kind of art making, a particular aesthetic, even a kind of…

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No matter what they say, one can’t help but judge a book by its cover. That’s certainly what makes “Lunatic” (Meganon Comics, 2015) intriguing — the front cover features a hooded woman with a small moon hovering over her hand. The back cover, meanwhile, shows sinister babies wrapped in what…

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