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  Without realizing it, we made it to the last page of the month of March in the barely-touched planner you bought with only-God-knows-how-much coffee. Caught in the middle of post-midterms relief, pre-finals anxiety, and just life in general, you find yourself slowly falling into a slump a ... Read More

Monday 20 March 2017

One viral Facebook post with over 36,000 reactions was all it took for Gokain Bistro to have a swarm of hallyu-hungry customers expecting 99-peso ramyeon and unlimited kimchi waiting outside its double-door entrance. Although tucked deep within the green grounds of Taft Avenue, there’s no stopping... Read More

Friday 17 March 2017

Set in the cozy, yet compact space of Splice Restobar, “Ang Walang Katapusang Sequel” (AWKS) revolves around the stories of 6 lovers, all in strained situations which the average viewer can relate to. The piece covers a select few stages and types of love, namely beginnings, closure, and even fo... Read More

Illustrated by Jaz Yabut Original Pinoy music (OPM) will always have a special place in our hearts and on our playlists. Forget the pang-tito or pang-jeje label you, at one time or another, gave to Pinoy chart-toppers. The new kids in town are very different from how the previous generations belt... Read More

The process of creation is innate to humans, much like machines that continuously and tirelessly work. May it be in fields of art or science, people always strive to better themselves because generating new ideas and inventions is essential to keeping life interesting. But when craft turns into work... Read More

Once known as a soul revival movement, neo-soul best represents the evolution of popular music, and is the genre of those who are anything but ordinary. The love child of R&B and soul has made a name for itself with its predominant female presence, deviation from electronic influence, and re... Read More

Faded faux-brick walls, dim lights, and eerie writings made by the projectors near the stage are enough to raise the hairs of any patron who walks through the theater doors. Upon entering the venue, however, the props speak of the emotional weight that is to come once the even eerier story begins. W... Read More

February flew by just as quick as temperatures went from 20°C to below zero (at least in the upper regions of the country). March is here and we’re left to face another set of never-ending deadlines, projects, and org works. But before that, take time to rejuvenate with this 10-track rock collect... Read More

Wednesday 1 March 2017

Gestures reflect more than just mere movement; constant shifting of weight shows nervousness, covering of face depicts shyness, and even no movement may reflect fear. But when accompanied with rhythm, these gestures collectively create dance. Hence, dance is then simply not just collective moveme... Read More

Poetry found a fresh way to resurrect itself through a different platform: the new underground artform slowly but steadily making waves in the local scene called spoken word or slam poetry. The reinvented expression of poetry, which found its audience in the youth with some older folks checking it o... Read More

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