A Year of Contrasts and Transitions

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Top Stories of 2004 A Year of Contrasts and Transitions The past was scrutinized and the future considered; longstanding cultural icons rose and fell as new ones entered the scene. As these headlines attest, 2004 was […]

Wielding His Own Magic

December 31, 2005 Sanghaya 0

Eugene Castillo Wielding His Own Magic By Jenny B. Orillos Eugene Frederick Castillo brings a fresh sound to the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO) as the new musical director and principal conductor at the beginning of […]

An Architect and the Megastar

December 31, 2005 Sanghaya 0

TOYM Awardees An Architect and the Megastar By Reinerio Alba The country’s “megastar” Sharon Cuneta, representing the movie industry, and architect and graphic designer Gerald Lico led the 2004 recipients of The Outstanding Young Men […]

The Architect Raises the Roof

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Francisco T. Mañosa The Architect Raises the Roof By Jenny B. Orillos Creating his designs through a mix of indigenous materials, traditional forms and current technological trends, Architect Francisco “Bobby” T. Mañosa brings Filipino architecture […]

Manila’s Finest

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Nick Joaquin Manila’s Finest By Rachel Anne Calabia Nick Joaquin is considered to be the best Filipino writer in English of the 20th century. He seemed to be an immovable fixture in the Philippine arts […]

The Unfinished Symphony

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Jose Maceda The Unfinished Symphony By Rachel Anne Calabia Jose Maceda embarked on his career as a composer, musicologist and performer as an 18-year old with a music diploma from the Academy of Music of […]

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