By Marina A.S. Benipayo
Nineteen years ago, my son Mark was born two months before my due date. After a month in the neo-natal care of the hospital, he was released, but only to be confined again for a week because his tiny body still couldn’t adjust to a normal environment.
By Glenna Aquino
The elevator was added only a few years ago. Since he moved into the building in 1996, Efren Ocampo had been climbing five flights of stairs to get to his apartment on the top floor. Although it was good exercise for him, it was hard when he had packages to carry up and down.
By Tats Rejante Manahan
I think that I shall never see, a poem lovely as a tree…” Joyce Kilmer’s verse could easily be attributed to Alex van Hagen, whose romanced vision with trees would take him outdoors for hours, in any season, seeing them from a perspective only a nature lover could fathom, through the limited vision of his camera’s eye.
The mood in the early 20th century was optimistic and hopeful; there was a sense of excitement and expectancy in the air, a time of anticipating a future full of promise.
By Anne A. Jambora
You may be sitting on a gold mine and not know it. In a study conducted by market research group TNS (formerly Taylor Nelson Sofres) and sponsored by online buy-and-sell website OLX Philippines, the collective Filipino household has P21 billion worth of unused but still functional items such as gadgets, home appliances, clothes, fashion accessories and cars.