Four famous Japanese Rakugo artists arrived in the Philippines to bring laughter to the Filipino audience through Rakugo, an art of Japanese comic storytelling.
Artists usually encounter one of two problems when they’re in the process of making art: they either have no inspiration… or they don’t have any of their preferred supplies. This is where Art Bar in Serendra comes in. IMAGE GRABBED FROM @artbarph on Instagram Art Bar is a specialty store under National Book Store. It houses art and craft supplies from imported brands and exclusive collections the likes of which would normally require artists to have them shipped from abroad or purchased online. There’s also a Toby’s Estate on the ground floor if you ever find yourself hungry or thirsty from poring through their extensive wares. You can find Art […]
Indulge your coffee-loving self with Starbucks’ new beverages as part of their espresso layer collection. These drinks – the Tahitian Vanilla Macchiato and Valencia Orange Cocoa Cappuccino – are both infused with a new combination of flavours without straying from the delectable coffee flavor everyone knows and loves.
It is a special month for travellers and lovers out there. Cover Story: Filipino Cuisine To make this issue extra special, Primer feature some of our favourite Filipino food. Discover the rich and vast dishes of what this country has to offer. Be an expert on what to eat and where to get them by stashing this issue whenever you feel like eating Filipino food. Travel Feature: Vigan, Ilocos Sur Vigan, Ilocos Sur never fails to amaze visitors thanks to its timeless wonder. From restaurants that serve authentic Ilocandia dishes to churches that have stood the test of time, the city of Vigan will astound and amaze anyone who […]
90s music has been undoubtedly the best thing that ever happened to everyone. With the emergence of rap music, RnB, boy bands and teen pop, and alternative rock bands – it’s just filled with musical perfection. To put it simply, music of the 90s was the age of everything, including the discovery of American alternative rock band Goo Goo Dolls, who staged a one-night concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last February 11, Saturday. John Rzeznik and Robby Takac’s picturesque moment of sharing guitar solo Months ago, Filipinos went frenzy as concert promoter Random Minds Production announced the much-awaited concert of the band. As expected, thousands of the band’s patrons have flocked […]
Bands that do shows the second time around do not usually surprise fans anymore; but that exempts Yellowcard after an epic performance at SM North EDSA, Skydome, last February 10, Friday. For what seemed to be the final tour before breaking up after 20 wonderful years making music, the band did put up a massively impressive show and didn’t fail to hype up their Filipino fans during their farewell tour in Manila. All hands swaying during the “Sing For Me” performance Alternative rock band Gracenote was the front act of the night. Having escaped the Paramore-cloned tag, they did a pretty amazing job on covering Paramore’s “That’s What You Get” which […]
In celebration of the National Arts Month, Ayala Land Inc. gives you a chance to experience not only Art Fair Philippines 2017, but also an exclusive premier and an outdoor art exhibit at the Ayala Triangle Gardens. IMAGE GRABBED FROM Art Fair Philippines Facebook page On February 14, bear witness to the first full-length Asian premier of James Nares’ Street. It’s 16 hours worth of recording done by Nares himself on the streets of Manhattan from a moving car that’s squeezed into an hour of steady, continuous motion that showcases everyday life in the Big Apple. February 18 sees the Ayala Triangle Gardens coming to life with Silent Disco: an […]
Expect for a jam-packed February as back-to-back concerts in the Metro and nearby cities are about to happen. But it isn’t just concerts that are expected to be slated this love month, there’s this known Festivals in the Philippines or popularly known as Fiesta that has been one of the most celebrated events not only by Filipinos but tourists as well.