By Marge C. Enriquez
Entrepreneur and engineer Felipe F. Cruz, the founder of FF Cruz & Co. Inc., will be remembered for his vision, hard work, honesty and generosity of spirit as much as his achievements in constructing major interchanges, ports and bridges in the country.
By Anne A. Jambora
For Kevin Tan, one of the Philippines’ most eligible bachelors and eldest son of self-made billionaire Andrew Tan, to pop the big question, she must be quite a catch.
By Thelma Sioson San Juan
Tokyo had a distinctive way of welcoming spring when we were there last month. The drizzle was slightly heavy and the gusts of wind were strong enough to almost upturn the umbrella we were using, albeit in a futile manner, in Omotesando.
Tessa!By Tessa Prieto-Valdes
It’s amazing how a single location can have multiple grand launches with big international stars and the hottest local show-biz celebrities around, and all this can happen on the same day.
Emily’s PostBy Emily A. Marcelo
I am 55 years old and my husband is 52. We’ve been married 35 years. I accidentally found an e-mail he sent to his sister in the US asking her to track down his childhood sweetheart.
By Marge C. Enriquez
Besides her striking beauty, Katrina Razon has people falling under the spell of her music. Stepping out of the shadow of her father, billionaire businessman Enrique Razon, she has emerged as a full-fledged musician—first as a disc jockey working on the turntable, and later as a remixer of music and a composer.
Not Quite ThereBy Chit Roces-Santos
“Chit,” pleads a familiar voice, “where can I get an annulment?” It is an overseas call from Celia, a friend from way back. “I should not have married him! I should have listened to my mother!”
Roots and WingsBy Cathy Babao-Guballa
A separation or an annulment process is never easy—for the person going through it, and for all the family members affected by it. No matter how progressive we have become, there’s still a lot of stigma attached to it, more so in Philippine society.
My Chair RocksBy Conchita C. Razon
Who was it that ‘walked on,’ stayed briefly and left an indelible mark in your heart? When I was a little girl, I spent much time in rehearsal halls and backstage at the Metropolitan Theater with my mother. I could hum the overture of “La Boheme” and whistle the violin parts for “La Traviata.”
By Fr. Tito Caluag
“The Schack,” a novel by William Paul Young which became the No. 1 fiction on the New York Times’ bestsellers list from June 2008 to early 2010, narrates a profound experience in Mackenzie “Mack” Allen Phillips’ life.
By Pocholo Concepcion
Chic-Boy, the popular roast chicken and pork restaurant chain, is the last place one would expect to feature live music. But for the past few years, its Timog Avenue branch in Quezon City has been enjoying full-house crowds—who not only feast on lechon manok and liempo, but also watch its star performer, Cathy Go.