GivingBy Edward Gerlock
THE day was February 18, 1976, and Crispulo Migriño was among the 70 passengers on a bus bound for Mindanao. Suddenly the bus was strafed with bullets coming from both sides of the road. Bandits! Migriño dove for the floor and lay there, thinking: “I have to survive; I have a young family to take […]
So what do you do if you get a text message warning of an impending explosion from a planted bomb? Worse, what if you receive a suspicious package from an unknown sender?
Ex LibrisBy Ruel S. De Vera
EVERYTHING about Nikki Alfar is big. She’s physically tall, brassy and loud. She smokes a lot. Her voice booms. Her spoken sentences are rigged with exclamations, profanities and laughter.
By Margaux Salcedo
I still remember how I was invited to join the team. I got a phone call back in 2006 from Alya Honasan, SIM’s editor in chief at the time. I still remember the Nokia handset I was holding. The Magazine was being re-launched with Leica Carpo as publisher, she explained, and would I be interested to write about food. I jumped at the opportunity and immediately said yes.
SOUND AFFECTSBy Eric S. Caruncho
SOME bands are born with the blues, some achieve the blues, and some have the blues thrust upon them.