CULTURE

seven story restored prewar mansion in parañaque
Catch a glimpse of Old Manila at these restored buildings and ancestral homes

Time travel isn’t possible (yet), but we can still see the spirit of Old Manila alive and well in these restored ancestral homes and buildings

Original ‘Noli’ and ‘El Fili’ manuscripts now free to view at the Nat’l Library—with audio guides

Dr. Jose Rizal’s masterpieces are just one of the many rare books, photographs, maps, and memorabilia that are now accessible to everyone—free of charge!—including library goers with vision impairment

The MET’s latest performance has been accused of misusing the bahag

The MET’s “Alay nina Alice at Agnes” features women wearing the bahag—a garment only used by men

The PICC is now a designated National Cultural Treasure

The brutalist icon, along with four works of art within its walls have been awarded one of the most important titles in the country

5 secrets to planning the perfect vacation

Perfect is subjective, but there are elements you should consider to make your next trip go as smoothly as possible

‘The Moises Padilla Story’ has been restored in 4K and will premiere this September

Gerardo de León’s “The Moises Padilla Story” is a biopic about a provincial mayoral candidate who was tortured and murdered by a political rival

CCP is celebrating its 53rd anniversary with a free musical show

“Musikal II” will feature performances from original, hit Pinoy musicals like “Ang Huling El Bimbo,” “Dekada 70,” and many more

NCCA issues cease-and-desist order to Capitol Theater demolition

Demolition on the pre-war art deco building continued despite instructions to developers of the site to retain and preserve the Capitol Theater facade

Banning books is a bad sign for democracy

Historically speaking, banning books is a precursor to unspeakable horrors

Here are the big winners of Cinemalaya 2022

Some of the festival’s big winners are “The Baseball Player,” “Dikit,” and “Blue Room”