Arts and Culture

January 10, 2018

Eleven movies to watch out for in 2018

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Thanks to critically acclaimed releases like Lady Bird, Wonder Woman, Get Out, Dunkirk and Coco, 2017 has set the bar really high for this year’s slew of movies. Here are 11 upcoming films to mark your calendars for:   Photo: Marvel Studios Black Panther (Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios) When to watch: February Director: Ryan Coogler Starring: Continue Reading


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By Isabella
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December 28, 2017

Screentime: Top five TV shows of 2017

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The growing star power, wealth of material, reach and budget of television outfits elevate what was once known as the small screen into an entertainment giant, which in some ways threatens to outshine the allure of cinema. Note: The shows in this list are presented in no particular order.   Game of Thrones HBO/Created by Continue Reading


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December 27, 2017

Screentime: Top five movies of 2017

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From female superheroes to horror franchise reboots (that usually flop), the underdogs dominated the silver screen this year. Note: The movies here are presented in no particular order. Dunkirk Warner Bros. Pictures / Christopher Nolan Nolan portrays the swirling eddies of chaos, sacrifice, heroism and cowardice of war in this immersive narrative. It’s told within Continue Reading


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December 23, 2017

Sound Advice: Top five albums of 2017

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What’s music without a little intrigue? This year’s most memorable albums stray from the usual pop tracks of yesteryears and are loaded with angst, emotions, and even Easter eggs on celebrity gossip. Note: The music here is presented in no particular order. Melodrama by Lorde Arguably the music industry’s biggest revelation of 2013, Lorde finally Continue Reading


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November 20, 2017

Review: Repertory Philippines’ Hair

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Repertory Philippines revisits a groundbreaking musical from the 1960s in a dazzling display of young talent. By Isabella Olivares In the late 1960s, a new musical by James Rado, Gerome Ragni and Galt MacDermot shook up New York City. It spoke about the hippie countercultural movement, racism, illegal drugs, spirituality and war, and it bravely Continue Reading


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October 21, 2017

Renowned pianist Cecile Licad will be returning to the Philippine stage!

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Filipina musical genius Cecile Licad will reunite with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO) for a special concert titled “Cecile Licad Chopin in the Key of C” on Oct. 27, 2017, 8:00 p.m. at the CCP Main Theater. The concert will feature Chopin’s timeless masterpieces “Concerto No. 1 in E Minor” and “Concerto No. 2 in Continue Reading


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