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This Week In Cinemas – August 23, 2017

Haunted dolls, sharks, and emojis take over the movie houses after a week of Filipino cinema

‘BioShock’ Proves How Video Games Can be Legitimate Art

10 years after its release, the Ayn Rand-inspired shooter shows us how video games can be as intelligent and philosophical as literature and film.

#ArtPH: lighting Twitter on fire with art

Rogue’s art staff handpicks 12 of the best homegrown illustrators and designers sharing their work through social media.

The Rogue Recap: August 11-17

Flashback Friday: Nazis, bird flu, and your lapsed interest in video games.

One of these local music acts will be your next favorite

Or, the five local music acts whose gigs and records you should be checking out

The Final Hours of Jesse Robredo

On the afternoon of August 18, 2012, then DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo wanted nothing more than to be with family in Naga. But fate had...

Works in Progress: Three artists show us the messiness of the creative process

The latest exhibits at Artery Art Space let us peek into the messiness, frustration, and eventual catharsis of the act of creation.

Frank Callaghan: What Happens Before the Camera Clicks

In his latest show opening at Silverlens Gallery tonight, the fine art photographer follows the rhythm of light