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Dulaang UP presents “Ang Huling Lagda ni Apolinario Mabini”

As the nation commemorates this year the 150th birth anniversary of hero and revolutionary Apolinario Mabini, Dulaang UP will be doing a play that chronicles the final days of the man dubbed […]


education / entertainment / philippines

Dulaang UP presents Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure”

Dulaang UP (DUP), the official performing group for theater of the University of the Philippines, will kick off its 39th theatrical season later this month with “Measure for Measure.” It is an adaptation […]


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Dulaang UP presents ‘Ang Nawalang Kapatid’ by Floy Quintos

Dulaang UP (DUP), the official performing group for theater of the University of the Philippines, will close its 38th theatrical season this coming February with Ang Nawalang Kapatid (ANK), a musical based on The Mahabharata, […]


Writer and historian Bob Couttie dies at 70

British writer and historian Robert Donald “Bob” Couttie has passed away in his adopted hometown of Balangiga, Eastern Samar last September 21 after a lingering illness. He was 70. A former actor […]


#WalangPasok – Shortened work day in gov’t offices on September 27 2021

Employees in the government sector will have a shortened work day on September 27, Monday, as the country celebrates the “Kainang Pamilya Mahalaga Day.” According to Memorandum Circular #90 signed by Executive […]


Examining the five-year demolition job against Leni Robredo – #BotongPinoy2022

With just two weeks left before the deadline for the filing of candidacies for the 2022 national and local elections, Vice President Leni Robredo remains undecided about running for president. Her indecisiveness […]


Analyzing Toni Gonzaga’s interview with Bongbong Marcos

Celebrity talk show host and actress Toni Gonzaga is getting flak for her recent interview with former Senator and defeated vice presidential candidate Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. for her web show “Toni […]


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