Monthly Archives: November 2015

ROBIN PADILLA ON THE YEAR THAT WAS

ROBIN PADILLA ON THE YEAR THAT WAS by Pablo A. Tariman In this near riotous encounter where it was hard to decipher the movie fan from the media person, Robin Padilla had no choice but to share snippets of his … Continue reading

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CARLO J. CAPARAS AFTER THE MAELSTROM

Entertainment CARLO J. CAPARAS AFTER THE MAELSTROM by Pablo A. Tariman In this noon day presscon, Carlo J. Caparas appears in a spirited mood and willing to share the transitions in his life. His wife, Donna Villa, is with him … Continue reading

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FILIPINO GETS TOP PRIZE IN JAKARTA ASEAN GUITAR TILT; FRENCH CLASSICAL GUITARIST’S RECITAL ATTRACTS BIG CROWD

The Arts FILIPINO GETS TOP PRIZE IN JAKARTA ASEAN GUITAR TILT; FRENCH CLASSICAL GUITARIST’S RECITAL ATTRACTS BIG CROWD by Pablo A. Tariman The music news of the week is that classical guitarist Aaron Aguila from the Philippines won first prize … Continue reading

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THE COMING OF AGE OF BEA ALONZO AND JOHN LLOYD CRUZ

Entertainment THE COMING OF AGE OF BEA ALONZO AND JOHN LLOYD CRUZ by Pablo A. Tariman They still look good together – Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz – but they are one in saying their teeny bopper roles are … Continue reading

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A FESTIVE NUTCRACKER DURING HORRIBLE TRAFFIC

View from the Wing A FESTIVE NUTCRACKER DURING HORRIBLE TRAFFIC by Pablo A. Tariman The Friday night victims of the APEC-induced traffic were the dance lovers watching The Nutcracker mounted by the Philippine Ballet Theater with Russian ballet master Anatoly … Continue reading

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WHEN CLASSICAL GUITAR REIGNED SUPREME

View From The Wing – Nov. 12 Judicael Perroy Recital WHEN CLASSICAL GUITAR REIGNED SUPREME by Pablo A. Tariman That was a big turnout for classical guitar when Judicael Perroy performed in a recital at the UP Abelardo Hall Thursday … Continue reading

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INTO THE WORLD OF PIANO TUNERS

Special Feature INTO THE WORLD OF PIANO TUNERS by Pablo A. Tariman “White. Like a clean piece of paper, like uncarved ivory, all is white when the story begins.”  -Daniel Mason, author, “The Piano Tuner” No one knows exactly when … Continue reading

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SARAH GERONIMO ON SINGING AND ENDORSING: ‘BE YOURSELF’

Entertainment SARAH GERONIMO ON SINGING AND ENDORSING: ‘BE YOURSELF’ by Pablo A. Tariman Actor-singer Sarah Geronimo likes to look back every time she is asked how it is being adored by millions and ensconced on the top pedestal and indeed … Continue reading

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MUCH ADO ABOUT ‘STAR WARS’

Film Notes MUCH ADO ABOUT ‘STAR WARS’ by Pablo A. Tariman If the official trailer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is of any indication, it does foretell lots of action, lots of effects and lots of digital attractions that … Continue reading

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‘ THE HORSE AND HIS BOY’ EVOLVES INTO AN ENGROSSING THEATER PIECE

Theater Notes ‘ THE HORSE AND HIS BOY’ EVOLVES INTO AN ENGROSSING THEATER PIECE by Pablo A. Tariman Watching a stage adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ “The Horse and His Boy” (one of the several in the Narnia-set fantasy novels for … Continue reading

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