By Irene C. Perez
At The County Fair in The Grove by Rockwell, Pasig City, we were greeted by the sight of food trucks, but what caught our eye was a corner where creative kids sold rainbow-loom bracelets.
Cebu-CebuBy Jaime Picornell
It has been quite a season of parties, celebrations and business launchings. Or ask Kaye Sala and Cybill Gayatin whose A-List enterprise for events has had Cebu hopping from one bash to another.
By Thelma Sioson San Juan
Now that Rockwell has unveiled its high-end residential property in Cebu last Thursday, it should be interesting to see if the affluent but very cost-conscious Cebuano is finally ready to embrace condo living—stylish but condo space nonetheless. And—no less than in a spot that had been visited twice by Mother Teresa.
The Working ClassBy Rina Silayan-Go
In most gatherings, where one might find a crowd of well-dressed socialites, it is rare to see someone who leaves an imprint on your mind.
By Raoul J. Chee Kee
That Rockwell Land is one of the more successful property developers in the country today is not likely to be contested. At one point in its history, however, one of its first towers wasn’t selling as well. At the time, Rockwell Land president Nestor J. Padilla was consulting with geomancer Paul Lau, who suddenly passed away.