By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
In 1951, six bishops declared that the miracles in Lipa City, Batangas—dramatized by a shower of petals (from roses said to have originated inexplicably from, of all countries, atheist Russia)— were a hoax.
By the Super staff
MONEY is one of the best ways to help the victims, but make sure you are giving cash to people and organizations you trust.
Inquirer Lifestyle “S” columnist Chit Roces-Santos, the writer behind the widely read “Not Quite There” column, recently launched her first book of essays, “Personal Space and Other Essays,” with pen-and-ink illustrations by her husband Vergel O. Santos. A compilation of her unpublished writings, as well as pieces that have appeared in PDI and in Town & Country, the book was launched last Feb. 7 at Powerbooks in Greenbelt 4, Makati, and is published by Anvil.
Before Twitter, there was Young Blood, the Philippine Daily Inquirer column that has provided a voice to generation after generation of twentysomethings who have a lot to say. The tradition thrives to this day.
Elizabeth Lolarga of the Philippine Daily Inquirer (PDI) and Ina Alleco Silverio of Bulatlat.com received the 1st Chit Estella Journalism Awards last December 7 at the UP Diliman College of Mass Communication.