By Alex Y. Vergara
IHOP may be known for its world-famous American-style pancakes, but the US-based restaurant chain has plenty to offer diners, including a range of hearty omelets, sandwiches and appetizers, which convinced restaurateur Archie Rodriguez to bring the brand to the Philippines.
By Alex Y. Vergara
Some of Archie Rodriguez’s biggest critics every time he brings in a US-based restaurant chain to the Philippines are his close friends and family, including his stylish designer-wife Bea Valdes and their three kids.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines announces the staging of the Virgin Labfest, a festival of new plays (untried, untested,unpublished and unstaged) by emerging and well-known playwrights to be held from June 27 to July 18, 2012 at the CCP Tanghalang Huseng Batute with 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. shows. Virgin Labfest is a project of the CCP in cooperation with the Writer’s Bloc, Inc. and Tanghalang Pilipino.
MANILA, Philippines – The sudden boom of business process outsourcing (BPO) industry in the country gave rise to the development of cyber parks in Metro Manila. The Philippines is a favorite destination among foreign companies, especially in PEZA-declared areas, because of the attractive tax incentives given to them by the government. As BPO companies start [...]
Purely PersonalBy Josephine Darang
The Diocese of Imus opens its Jubilee Year on Nov. 24-25, marking the declaration of the whole province of Cavite as an independent diocese from its mother diocese, the Archdiocese of Manila, on Nov. 25, l96l by Pope John XXIII, by virtue of the Apostolic Constitution “Christi Fidelium.”
By Ed Tamayo
“A death in the family is a highly stressful time, when its members must not only deal with intense feelings but also with the practical necessities of both wake and interment,” says Antonio “Tonyboy” Quiogue Jr., director of mortuary operations of recently merged Nacional Memorial Homes and Heritage Park Mortuary under the ownership of Rosehills Memorial Management Phils., Inc.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
Here comes again that boy who didn’t want to grow up—Peter Pan—darker and more rebellious this time, backed up by an imported, hi-tech flying machine which threatens to sweep through the heavens. His whimsical story has been retold in a new London production—“Peter Pan—A Musical Adventure”—by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, and the late Willis [...]