By Raoul J. Chee Kee
Valentine’s Day may be corny and contrived, but it has certainly not stopped the more business-minded among us from cashing in on the proceedings. One need only look at the restaurants and hotels that have turned all shades of scarlet in the past few weeks.
By Marge C. Enriquez
A student from Subic who was bullied in school for being half-African-American; an engineering student who was an illegitimate child; and a Communication Arts major from Ateneo are vying to win a new talent contest.
By Erica Paredes
Very rarely does the word “light” aptly describe the traditionally butter-laden and creamy fare one usually expects of French cuisine, so I was a bit thrown off, in a good way, with The Peninsula Manila’s visiting chef Patrice Martineau’s menu.