By Ferdi Trinidad
Sad but true: Most Filipinos do not seem to have a profound sense of history. Those who do, tend to be more knowledgeable about the distant, rather than the recent, past. The so-called martial law babies, for instance, might be more familiar with the martyrdom of Jose Rizal than of Ninoy Aquino.
By Raoul J. Chee Kee
Alexander Dreymon may not yet be a household name, but for fans of the the series “American Horror Story: Coven” on US cable channel FX, he is known as the lone hunk in last season’s bitch fest. For five episodes he played the clueless boy next door with theater actor Patti Lupone as mother, and a coven of witches as neighbors.
And So It IsBy George Sison
Today is the day you cross over. It means you will move from the outer to the inner, from the mass mind to the God mind, from the senses to the Spirit within, from the limited to the limitless.
My Chair RocksBy Conchita C. Razon
We just celebrated the 70th anniversary of the historical landing in Leyte. Has it been that long? Unlike with more recent headline events, there are not too many people I can ask, “Where were you when it happened?”
Not Quite ThereBy Chit Roces-Santos
I’m a survivor. The closest I’ve been in harm’s way was in a fire next door, the concrete wall between us providing no sense of security. It marked the first time for me to take a risk, in violation of a basic rule of survival dad taught me: Never, ever volunteer.