By Cheche V. Moral
The table setting had that air of refinement: Casa Bugatti black-rimmed creamy white dinnerware, slender glassware by Schott Zwiesel, black-accented silver-stemmed candleholders, black napkins threaded into see-through acrylic napkin rings, silverware—all atop a chrome-legged clear glass table.
By Alex Y. Vergara
Instead of working against nature, sculptors from Quezon, Capiz, Palawan and the Ipo watershed chose to work with it, and produce rustic, one-of-a-kind art pieces made from aged driftwood.
By Raoul J. Chee Kee
While 20-percent off might be the standard in store discounts, bargain hunters lie in wait for discounts upward of 50 percent.
Mama DiariesBy Audrey Tan-Zubiri
At a recent dinner party, I had a chat with Carrie Lupoli, a US-based parenting and education consultant, about child-rearing practices and beliefs.
Without Batting An EyelashBy Maurice Arcache
RARELY do I have the time to watch television; but TV, palangga, is here to stay, so I have to ask friends, what did I miss?