By Anne A. Jambora
The resilience of the Visayan people in the face of one calamity after the other will be highlighted in the 29th Negros Trade Fair starting today, Sept. 24, till the 28th at the Glorietta Activity Center in Ayala, Makati City. The fair, one of the longest trade fairs in the country, is aptly titled “Smiles […]
By Pam Pastor
‘I know the only reason you’ve been staying is so your kids wouldn’t have to say they come from a broken home. But a broken home is better than seeing you fight all the time. If you can’t stand it anymore, leave,” I told my mother one day. I was only 12 years old […]
By Marge C. Enriquez
At 60 years old, business leader Peter Coyiuto is more than fit. He can hoist himself up for six pull-ups on the chin bar, swim several laps of the difficult butterfly stroke, and pump 150 lbs of iron on the bench press.
By Richard Cepeda Go
Not too long ago, we were young. Remember those times, when a day seemed much longer than 24 hours?
By Lito B. Zulueta
The second and last part of the “Rurouni Kenshin” sequel will open this week in the Philippines, and by the time it will have ended its run, it may be safe to say that the samurai movie as a global cinema genre will have been restored. “The Legend Ends” just won’t have its way.