Arts & Cultue

Arts & Cultue

How watching movies can help students relieve stress

Students often go through the most stress, especially in their formative years. A lot of energy goes into multitasking and making sure one is nourished and healthy during this whole process. From high school students to Ph.D. Students, students have difficulty relieving stress. They take on a large number of responsibilities, the classes are inclusive, […]

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Dama Scout unveils new single “pineapple eyes”

Dama Scout has shared a new single, “Pineapple Eyes,” the latest show from the upcoming art rock trio LP. Jin Woo Lai (Come with me). Check out the visual of her, created by the band themselves, below. “‘Pineapple eyes’ are a beloved finger food halved piled high on a plate of frustration,” Dama Scout said […]

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Dutch publisher remembers discredited book about Anne Frank’s betrayal

A view of Anne Frank’s house in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, October 4, 2017. (Reuters), FILE PHOTO AMSTERDAM – A Dutch publisher investigating a cold, discredited case into the betrayal of teenage Jewish diarist Anne Frank said on Tuesday it was recalling the book after a report critical of its findings. Experts have widely rejected Canadian […]

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Poetry Today, Art Tomorrow: Filipino salon owner uses his own hair to create selfies

Filipino artist and sailor Jeston Garcia works on a portrait of Rihanna made of human hair in San Juan, Philippines, March 10, 2022. Photo taken March 10, 2022. Reuters Manila, Philippines – Every few months when Jesston Garcia takes his electric hair clipper to his head, he not only cuts his hair, but also collects […]

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Delicious doesn’t have to be expensive – Tempo – The Nation’s Fastest Growing Newspaper

Every foodie would love to see Imee Marcos’ upcoming Vlog showcasing the most delicious Pinoy dishes she’s discovered on her many travels around the country. From the tastiest snacks to one-of-a-kind drinks to the familiar everyday desserts, the indefatigable Senator has explored just about every dish and sampled nearly every imaginable dish from Luzon, Visayas, […]

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Asian countries to get a glimpse of antiques

MANILA, Philippines – The beauty of the Antique will finally be spotlighted with a documentary that has been carried in Asia by Discovery Channel, in an effort to get a slice of the Aklan and Iloilo-dominated foreign tourism pie in the Panay region. “Antique: Where the Mountains Meet the Sea,” a 10-minute documentary about the […]

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‘I don’t see what the problem is’: Nicolas Cage talks about Marvel movies

Nicolas Cage has, in the past, found himself in the right place at the wrong time – no more so than in superhero movies. Decades before they dominated the box office, Cage was tapped to play Superman in a Tim Burton adaptation called Superman’s life, in which Cage depicts Man of Steel as a lonely […]

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Zola Jesus announces her new album “Arkhon” and publishes the video for a new song “Lost”

Zola Jesus announced her sixth full album, Archon. Follow 2017 chains It is scheduled for release on May 20 via Sacred Bones. The single “Lost”, sampled by a Slovenian folk choir, came out today along with a music video directed by Mu Tunç and filmed on location in the Cappadocia region of Turkey. Check it […]

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Uphill and Forward for the food and beverage industry

There has certainly been progress in our response to the pandemic and the resilient Filipino appears to be slowly recovering. Stronger, braver and ready to serve! The emergence of new dining establishments in Rockwell alone left me at a loss as to what I wanted to try first. Custom curated ramen, Spanish pintxos, and specialty […]

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Pride, Panache, and Irony in Cyrano

*** Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for the movie cyrano And the play on which it is based. *** Something missing from Joe Wright’s lavish musical Cyrano. No, I’m not talking about the nose. Edmond Rostand Cyrano de Bergerac1 It’s my favorite play, so you can believe I watched this remake like a hawk, […]

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