Tags: Richard Gappi

By INA ALLECO R. SILVERIO
“His works as a writer, poet, thespian, singer and songwriter have remained relevant especially to the succeeding generations of UP activists in and out of the university. His bias for the poor and oppressed dates back to his campus days.”

NI RICHARD R. GAPPI Inilathala ng Bulatlat Bisperas Sabi ng Pag-asa, maulan ang sasalubunging umaga. Kaya palakang-kokak mga kwitis at labentador. Kaunti pa lang ang katagay sa basong may Emperador. Hanggang saan ang hanggahan ng langit sasagitsit ang ating mga kwitis? Bulak na nakabara ang ulap. Kung bumagsak ba agad sa lapag ang patpat, ganap…

NI RICHARD R. GAPPI Inilathala ng Bulatlat Nire-retouch ng isang production assistant ang make-up ni Mike Enriquez. Nagkulay puting-dagat sa kinakaway na mga tuwalya ng Good Morning at panyo ang Jollibee fast food at ang Plaza Miranda habang inaawit ang Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno. Nasa arko na Siya sa kanto ng Villalobos. “Buksan nyo na…

Angono, Rizal (29 kms. north of Manila) is a town famous for its rich cultural tradition. It is home to no less than two National Artists: painter Carlos “Botong” Francisco and composer Lucio San Pedro, who were cousins. There are galleries and art schools in almost every corner of Angono, and the town is home…