Gary Granada's CDs of his Rizal and Lean were filed side by side the store's rack at UP Shopping when we bought them a couple of years ago. We just had to get them both. After Barangay Ginebra and his other light Pinoy klasiks, we wanted to know how Gary executed both meaningful lives in musical terms. Our musical ears say he did not martyr them a second time around. Lean is pure Granada (no pun intended) - libretto and music. Since we were a citizen of the Diliman Republic, we can relate to…
India de Manila, 1847
Álbum: Vistas de las islas Filipinas y trajes de sus habitantes, 1847 Título: India de Manila Autor: Lozano, José Honorato (1821-) Fecha: 1847 Tipo de Documento: Dibujos, grabados y fotografías Materia: Indios Dibujos de género Filipinas S.XIX Acuarelas Filipinas S.XIX Descripción física: 1 dibujo sobre papel amarillento acuarela SignaturA: DIB/15/84/52 Consulta el registro bibliolgráfico y el álbum completo en la Biblioteca Digital Hispánica (BDH)
Kawit Free — Brush Typeface
Kawit Free is a brush typeface that's brave enough to fight for the Philippines and its sovereignty. Named after the municipality of Kawit, Province of Cavite where the Philippine Declaration of Independence from Spain was declared.
Timeless beauty: Twelve historic photos of charming Filipinas | Philippines Lifestyle News
Since the earliest days of photography, visitors to the Philippines have been keen to capture the country's stunning landscapes, vibrant village life and, of
Premium Giclee Print: Manila Philippines - Mabuhay (Welcome) by Pacifica Island Art : 32x24in
size: 32x24in Premium Giclee Print: Manila Philippines - Mabuhay (Welcome) by Pacifica Island Art : Printed on thick, premium watercolor paper, this stunning print was made using a giclée printing process that delivers pure, rich color and remarkable detail.
A young woman buys mangoes from a grocery stall in Manila.
A young woman buys mangoes from a grocery stall in Manila. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
65. 1931, Miss Philippines of the Manila Carnival, MARIA VILLANUEVA KALAW
1931 QUEEN OF THE MANILA CARNIVAL. Maria Villanueva Kalaw will be remembered in the Carnival history as the daughter of the first Queen of the Orient of the Manila Carnival, the accomplished writer, feminist and businesswoman Pura Villanueva. Maria Kalaw y Villanueva entered the Fifth National Beauty Contest of the 1931 Manila Carnival as a first second-generation candidate who received much press attention. After all, she was the daughter of the first Carnival queen (Pura Villanueva of…