The Sunday Times Magazine

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Throughout his illustrious career, Joey Samson has been called many things: the structuralist, the non-conformist, the menswear maker, and Philippine fashion’s master of androgyny. Now, the man who once aspired to become a doctor but suddenly found himself pursuing his love for clothing and beautiful things is marking his milestone…

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IT is also known as the departure lounge for people of “un certain age” as they say in Quebec, although anyone above sixty or one who just survived a heart attack or is diagnosed with a terminal ailment may well be a passenger in waiting. December 15 (2011) I turned…

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THE Filipino representatives to the 2013 Association of South East Asian Nation (Asean) Youth Camp begin preparation for the week-long event. Themed “In Celebration: Asean Youths Unite,” the youth camp is set to happen in Singapore from August 26 to September 1. The Asean Youth Camp will be participated by…

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The United Nations (UN) Information Center Manila, The Philippine Center of the International Theater Institute, Earthsavers/UNESCO DREAM Center, and Rotary Club of Makati Business District in cooperation with the Senate of the Philippines paid tribute to former South African president Nelson Mandela through the event “In His Words: A Tribute…

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Baguio City: Tam-awan Village artist Tara Lalaine Natividad reveals the last of fairies in her first solo exhibit. According to Natividad, the theme for her first solo exhibition comes from stories she has encountered in her travels to the highlands. She shares, “Through old folks stories passed from one generation…

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There are so many kinds of artists as there are types of art. But the 26-year-old Niccolo Jose is truly in a class of his own, since he is one of only a few artists that create unique art, art pieces and furniture using found wood. The term ‘found wood’…

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The National Commission for Culture and the Arts’ National Committee on Cinema (NCC) and Dakila, Philippine Movement for Modern Heroism Inc. brought regional films to the University of the Philippines (UP)-Diliman’s UP Cine Adarna and Videotheque from August 14 to 16 through “Cinema Rehiyon Reloaded” Films from Luzon that were…

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What the boulevards stage, the out in the open: these crumbling tropes please the bedecked, each thinly sponsored seat a silent market of flies. Analyzing pedestrian analyses crowd publication, R&D. The press won’t run our tickets, the red crammed too raw onto plates. Stirred people floodwater avenues. In our country…

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They said and I did not believe each departure was Out looking for a companion. I see her on blanched carpets Of paper. I cannot say as if a child, when a child, when not sea- Water, how to call her near aged? Now in the presence of fruit Neither…

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Last month, Haribon, along  with many different organizations, joined a rally to greet the start of the Philippines’ Sixteenth Congress with a call to our lawmakers to pass three urgent environmental bills into laws: the National Land Use Act, the Alternative Minerals Management Bill, and the Forest Resources Bill (FRB).…

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