By Pocholo Concepcion
In the 1970s, contemporary music branched out into different directions, giving birth to heavy metal, funk, punk, jazz fusion and disco. These varied genres spilled over into the ’80s, many of the artists achieving major success and influencing lots of fans.
By Nikko Dizon
“Isn’t getting fit all part of our New Year’s resolutions?” Philippine National Police Director General Alan Purisima raised this question as he got into the groove early Saturday, jogging with Interior Secretary Mar Roxas around the PNP headquarters in Camp Crame at the break of dawn to jump-start a healthy year for the country’s police force.
Ladies Who LunchBy Thelma Sioson San Juan
What a pity that after the storm surge came the sabong (cockfight) between Interior Secretary Mar Roxas and Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez.
By Annelle S. Tayao
A wedding, whether intimate or as extravagant as a barangay fiesta, is always a glamorous event. Everyone is dressed up, polished, beautiful.
By Michael Lim Ubac
It took President Benigno Aquino III about four decades to confess to a company of political friends that he had a teenage “crush.” While members of Team PNoy were having lunch at a seafood restaurant by the beach in Arevalo district in Iloilo City on Thursday, the President—out of the blue—admitted that Sen. Loren Legarda had been his crush since he was 18.
Without Batting An EyelashBy Maurice Arcache
Philippine Alumni of Columbia. Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Northwestern Kellogg. Stanford, Wharton-Penn and other prestigious US universities had a très successful business forum with Transportation Secretary Mar Roxas, no less, as the guest speaker, palanggas.
There’s nothing like hard work, if you want to lose weight and stay fit. The latest poster boy for fitness is the newly appointed Transportation and Communication Secretary Mar Roxas, who’s looking trim and fit these days. He’s lost more than 50 lbs over the months. His formula: yoga and Pilates. Apparently he’s been so [...]