Filipino-made music is alive and well—and a hundred local acts are waiting to be heard at the Pinoy Music Festival 2019
A round table discussion with the trailblazing musician, artist and theater actress as they get candid about women’s empowerment
A first look at the launch of Careless Music Manila's fresh new entertainment platform, Island City
This year’s Pista Ng Pelikulang Pilipino has a lineup of 10 films. But let’s just say that we’re not going to see all of them this PPP 2019 season
And for making that exhausting ending something we can all endure
Defend Negros is an invitation to be part of something bigger, to stake a claim, to stand your ground. So are you in or out?
Randy Ribay’s Patron Saints Of Nothing is eye-opening. If you think you’re woke, you’re sorely mistaken.
Is Marvel Phase Four gonna knock our socks off? Or nah. The premiere of Avengers: Endgame marked the culmination (and end) of Marvel Phase Three. It was bittersweet to see Tony Stark, Steve Rogers and Thor relinquish the seats they had
Let’s talk day 2 of All Of The Noise 2019 Music festivals have been all the rage recently—from Coachella to Wanderland and the failure that was the Fyre Festival. It’s a good deal for anyone that has an ear out for
Makoto Shinkai, the director of Kimi no Na wa (Your Name), makes another breathtaking animation in the form of Tenki no Ko (Weathering With You)
Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is an ode to all the good, gruesome and potential of the late 60s
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We know you’ve been thinking about that IV of Spades member Music binds people—that’s practically a fact of life. How else can you explain tearing up at your favorite band’s concert or turning to a specific song when the day’s going
In that women are taking command of their bodies to reclaim their power