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SOUND AFFECTSBy Eric S. Caruncho
With an appropriately rabbinical beard and yarmulke or Jewish skullcap in place of his trademark black beret, you are hard put to recognize Mike Hanopol, one-third of the legendary Juan de la Cruz Band and author of such Pinoy rock classics as “Laki sa Layaw” and “Buhay Musikero.”
By Joel B. Ferrer
On my way to court in Quezon City, I got a text message from my client, Architect Joel Viray. I represent him in a collection case worth P1,600,000. The case has been pending for 10 years. I was supposed to cross-examine the defendant for that morning’s hearing. Instead, without any reservation from the contending parties, they agreed on a settlement—to donate to the victims of Supertyphoon “Yolanda.”
In the Association of Disabled People (Adpi) office in Jaro, Iloilo, a young woman in a wheelchair carefully paints a greeting card made of recycled paper.
Cover StoryBy Sara Isabelle Pacia
Fortunately for food-obsessed Filipinos, Marvin Jay Cuyugan Agustin grew up in a rather compact family home.
By Monette Quiogue
What do you need to cook something uniquely delicious? You need the right ingredients, the cooking skills, patience and a little bit of love. That’s also what it takes to become a talented chef, something that Angelo Velante knows all too well.
By Jodee A. Agoncillo
There’s a tall, secured gate that separates them from the rest. They all wear yellow shirts and jeans that tell outsiders that they’re not your usual kaffe klatsch group. The uniform also helps the guards pick them out in case they try to blend in with the slew of visitors in the compound.
By Pennie Azarcon-dela Cruz
1. Chef Ed Bugia, Pino Restaurant, Pipino Vegetarian Food by Pino, BRGR: The Burger Project, Brgy. Bagnet, Bulalo Boy, Pi Breakfast & Pies and Daily Squeeze
By C.H. Pardo
If you’re not familiar with Jingle Magazine, then you’re probably under 40. For at least two generations, this publication served as a virtual music bible for young people who wanted to learn to play the guitar, check out the lyrics of their favorite songs before Karaoke made that possible, and on the side, moon the martial law regime with the cheeky jokes and cartoons of its wise-ass staff.
CyberMaxBy Tatin Yang
Jokes and memes on food photography have bloomed on social media, with netizens gibing that people’s food rituals have changed: from praying before meals, they now take photos of their food and post them on Facebook. The practice has spawned gags on local TV, a Tumblr, Pictures of Asians Taking Pictures of Food (http://picsofaznstakingpicsoffood.tumblr.com/), etc. Indeed, with smartphone cameras and artfully presented plates, it doesn’t take a Math genius to put two and two together.
MenuBy Margaux Salcedo
The five-star chef Anton Gusteau in the movie “Ratatouille” authored the book “Anyone Can Cook,” which inspired many an aspiring chef, including Remy, a rat.
Ex LibrisBy Ruel S. De Vera
In the beginning, it was all about the flour. The year was 1958, and Liberty Flour Mills, Inc. had just started business. But immediately, it sought ways to expand its lucrative wholesale market and was soon packing its flour in smaller, more accessible retail sizes.