By Anne A. Jambora
The resilience of the Visayan people in the face of one calamity after the other will be highlighted in the 29th Negros Trade Fair starting today, Sept. 24, till the 28th at the Glorietta Activity Center in Ayala, Makati City. The fair, one of the longest trade fairs in the country, is aptly titled “Smiles […]
Ladies Who LunchBy Thelma Sioson San Juan
Our household has one story from a devastated DaanBantayan in northern Cebu, the hometown of our kasambahay. Last month, she went home there to be with her five-year-old son and elderly mother.
By Pam Pastor
When the rain showed no signs of stopping, Jenni Epperson, mom of two, celebrity stylist, author and award-winning lifestyle blogger went to her kitchen and started to cook.
By Angela V. Ignacio
We were right to be apprehensive at the start. Looking at the sea of cautiously expectant faces, one could tell that thoughts of the ongoing calamity weighed heavily on everyone’s minds.
Thank goodness for Facebook, which has alerted people to every little irregularity, anomaly and failure in taste that publicity-hungry politicos are guilty of. Latest, very distasteful case in point: calamity campaigning.