The Sunday Times Magazine

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Blackberry-eyed, their abrupt heads curving To the question mark of the neck (eternally Asking why, when they are the real children Of God, should they be earthbound), their breasts Felt-covered hulls, keeping the astounding wings Folded against the sides, each fluted feather Bristling with hairs delicate as crystal, they glide…

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Never can mean once you’ve forgotten, or once you’re a little older. Never can mean: in all of eternity, it will not ever happen. Never leaving makes a pretty promise no one intends to keep. Never can mean the way the shore just misses your toes. Never can mean the…

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The Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT), the Mindanao Creative Writers Group and the Culture and Arts Studies Center are now accepting manuscripts for the 25th Iligan National Writers Workshop (INWW), to be held at the MSU-ITT in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte province, from May 28 to June…

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New Year is always a clean slate to adopt new habits or acquire new ways of thinking. After all, how many have solemnly sworn to be healthier, wiser or even happier this 2018? While these and other goals are usually tended for personal benefits, the World Wide Fund for Nature…

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By now you may have already heard of the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements scuttling around the globe jumpstarted by the most prominent names in Hollywood. With all the hoopla surrounding the said movement, one cannot help but think, what does it take to be a good man? When you jump…

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Under the patronage of the Zayed Future Energy Prize in celebration of its 10th anniversary, social enterprise Liter of Light on Wednesday attempted to set a Guinness World for building solar light in order to raise awareness and action for the millions of people in the Philippines and around the…

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Last call for visual artist’s first solo exhibition today marks the final showing of visual artist Andre Baldovino’s first solo exhibition at the ArtistSpace. Entitled “Temper,” it starts with willful play: a brush, a palette knife, a tube of paint, several canvases strewn along the walls of a simple studio.…

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Mall goers had the rare opportunity to have a glimpse of the life and works of some of the country’s premiere artists and artisans during the “Haligi ng Harayang Pilipino” exhibit at S Maison. A joint partnership between SMaison and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the…

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Shell Philippines recognized three tertiary educational institutions during the 50th Shell National Students Art Competition (NSAC) at the Ayala Museum in Makati City. At the opening of its exhibition and contest entitled “The Golden Voyage,” Technological University of the Philippines (TUP), University of the East (UE) Caloocan, and De La…

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