Male pageantry redefines traditional masculinity by celebrating all physicalities of the male nature. In doing this, the notion of toxic masculinity is unraveled and destroyed.
Behind the Manila Clock Tower Museum’s fresh coat of paint lies the scars of Manila’s gloomy and martial past. Yet it is this very characteristic that makes it the perfect venue for the city’s attempt at reviving Manileño heritage and culture. Ronald Flores, chief tourism operations officer of the Department of Tourism, Culture, and the…
With efforts to highlight Philippine literature, independent publishers relay the stories of Filipinos and change what it means to be in the publishing scene.
These art pieces go beyond vandalism and rebellion. With their striking colors, graffiti epigrams paint the plight of society for all to see.
A click of the camera, a snap of the shutter; the photographers of Luneta Park capture irreplaceable moments at the heart of Manila.
At beck and call, Metro Manila’s firefighters press on through the flames to safeguard society.
Christmas—a time of togetherness and rejoicing. In the municipality of Kawit, Cavite, there exists an artistic tradition of devotion and community.
How do archivists archive?
Filipino archivists divulge the intricacies of record preservation to protect, salvage, and immortalize historical memories.
Since their arrival on Philippine soil in 1911, the De La Salle Brothers have made their presence felt for over a century, establishing some of the nation’s top educational institutions and aiding Filipinos through their noble mission. Despite the growth that Lasallian education has had within the nation, De La Salle Philippines (DLSP) continues to…
The opportunity to teach young minds is one quite familiar to kindergarten teachers. Though fulfilling, the work entails various day-to-day dilemmas they must contend with.