CyberMaxBy Tatin Yang
Rush hour traffic in Metro Manila can be a terribly frustrating experience. Add rain, a payday weekend and mall-wide sales and you’re looking at hours of being stuck on the road. It’s a volatile combination that can leave you with a roiling case of road rage.
By Tatin Yang
Director, writer and producer Sean Ellis (“Cashback,” “The Broken”) was on holiday in Manila when an incident caught his eye. “My first week, I witnessed two armored truck drivers having an argument on the street; it ended with one of them kicking the tire in frustration, then they got in and drove off. I was wondering what they were arguing about. It was so intense I thought they were going to shoot each other,” he recalls.
By Pablo A. Tariman
Jake Macapagal, the Filipino actor who headlines the Oscar-bound UK film “Metro Manila” looks unassuming during its Philippine premiere.
By the Super staff
It’s a harsh reality—evil lurks in our streets, even our neighborhoods. To put together this special issue on personal safety, we visited the Southern Police District Headquarters and spoke to Police Supt. Jenny Tecson, chief of the Public Information Office of the SPD.
By Pablo A. Tariman
On the day Inquirer got in touch with him, John Arcilla was in New York, rushing to an appointment with a film director for a new acting assignment.
My Chair RocksBy Conchita C. Razon
It has been wet in Atlanta. Flash floods have plagued some areas and trees have fallen because the ground is soft and mushy.
By Evangeline C. Santiago
It has been reported that the Philippines has one of the highest incidences of breast cancer in Asia.
Ladies Who LunchBy Thelma Sioson San Juan
I thought the staff was sick and tired of doing the Christmas wish list. Apparently, except for one or two, they’re not. It is, as one of them chuckled—joking, get that clear—that time of the year “we can be self-serving,” and it’s “our aspiration to leave a legacy.” (Now you know why sometimes it’s good not to take them that seriously.)
By Matikas Santos
Everyone of us may know or recommend one or two favorite hole-in-the-wall restaurants that serve quite delicious food and are not part of mainstream dining.
By Pam Pastor
, Tatin Yang
We must be getting old. We’ve been finding ourselves avoiding certain restaurants because of excessive noise. To food quality, location, service and comfort, we have added sound levels to our criteria of a good restaurant.
By PJ Enriquez
With our fast-paced lifestyle these days, more and more people are looking to get away to a short yet relaxing weekend getaway. Fortunately, a two-hour drive from the Makati business district lie three property developments that cater to their needs: Ponderosa Leisure Farms, Peninsula de Punta Fuego and Terrazas de Punta Fuego. Developed by Landco [...]