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  • arts-culture On Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Magic Realism and the Postcolonial Legacy
    The world mourned the recent death of Gabriel García Márquez, also known as Gabo in the Latin American continent. The Great Colombian author was known around the world for his novels: One Hundred Years...
  • arts-culture Fête dela Musique’s 20th
    For a spectator, this year’s Fête dela Musique was pleasantly exhausting. It celebrated its 20th anniversary in three main stages: Avenue Mall Open Parking, Greenbelt 3 Park, and Maestranza Plaza in Intramuros. There were...
  • arts-culture The Bucket List
    SEE : Magic in the Moonlight Magic in the Moonlight is another item in Woody Allen’s much prolific filmography. Starring Colin Firth and Emma Stone, this comedy tells the story of a stage magician tasked to...
  • arts-culture A Student’s Guide to Note-taking
    A typical trip to the Blessings photocopy booth goes something like this: “Kuya, may Sandy Crab SpecPro po ba?” or “Kuya, pagawa pong dalawang copies ng Rem ni Atty. Ingles. Thank you.” It is...
  • arts-culture Everything I Needed to Know, I Learned on the Basketball Court
    The game of basketball has been everything to me. My place of refuge, place I’ve always gone where I needed comfort and peace. It’s been the site of intense pain and the most intense...
  • arts-culture Palladium’s Summer Bucketlist
    Go rock climbing If you want some mountaineering experience this summer, try rock climbing—and by rock climbing, I don’t mean artificial rock walls in malls and fairs, but actual rock formations. Rock climbing is...
  • arts-culture Bold and Bright Summer ’14!
    APRIL 4 - When in Rome Live in Manila (Solaire Resort & Casino Grand Ballroom)- Summer Siren Festival (Crystal Beach, Zambales) (ends April 6) 5 - Close-Up Forever Summer 2014 (Globe Circuit Event Grounds)...
  • arts-culture Visual METaphor
    “ In art, the hand can never execute anything higher than the heart can imagine.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson It seemed like an unassuming edifice in Manila, but it turned out to be a slice...