February 24, 2020
Postwar Ramona Apartments in Manila demolished
‘Crash Landing on You’ has descended into our hearts
I get P1,000 monthly allowance from city gov’t of Manila—this is how I spend it
Wearing face masks, people go makeup free, change style
Kendall Jenner headlines London Fashion Week’s Burberry show
Nico and Solenn, for real
10 makeup settings sprays, 10 different ways
Main takeaways from London Fashion Week
When skincare meets makeup: Introducing the BYS Cosmetics Full Coverage line
New Banksy artwork vandalised
London’s ‘chewing gum man’ fuses art with recycling
WATCH: The new Bawal Clan drop directed by Mark Nicdao
‘Pasko sa Palacio’ highlights an old-fashioned way of celebrating Christmas
Smart inspires aspiring content creators nationwide with “Smart Play: Vlogger Camp”
A cooking competition that aims to make recipes and stories to life-long legacies
He, she, they: Americans and the choice of gender pronoun
How Habi makes a difference in the lives of Filipino weavers
UAAP Season 82 medals made of bullet shells from Marawi siege
Mark Bautista on love: ‘She has to be understanding of my situation, that I’m bisexual’
Mark Bautista has played a diverse range of characters onstage from a love-struck college kid in 9 Works Theatrical’s “Eto Na! Musikal nAPO!”…
Why you fell for ‘Crash Landing on You’
So whom [sic] do we contact to nominate #HyunBin for @people Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive? #CrashLandingOnYou” This was tweeted by a socialite mom…
John Grisham takes a stand with his 34th novel
John Grisham has done some amazing things. The lawyer-turned-writer has over 300 million copies of his books in print, has nine movies to…
Weldon and Epperson: A deeper way of seeing
“To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower Hold Infinity in the palm of your…
Fashionable feathers: Italian designer’s life in plumes
PICTURES BY MIGUEL MEDINA. by Céline CORNU Feathers have adorned the most glamorous fashionistas throughout history, from Marie Antoinette to Lady Gaga, and…
Byline: Vergel O. Santos
Tribute to a special retiree—Justice Antonio Carpio
The author gave these remarks at a thanksgiving dinner given by the Asian Institute of Journalism and Communications in honor...
Lessons in very advanced tennis
I intend to hit 80 still doing singles.
Health and Wellness
No mere matter of language
Some say it’s all political trick, something planned, part of some strategy, and they point to his poll numbers to make the point that the coarseness of his language is part of his mass appeal. But, given the depth of his disorder, it’s difficult to imagine him able to say or do anything thoughtfully.
Rustico E. Otico, a living standard
Sept. 1, 1966. I sit there scared, feeling like some fraud about to be revealed. I have taken my place along one of the two rows of desks joined end-to-end to form an H, whose brace is formed by two desks joined at their outer sides. The formation is perfect, both symbolically and functionally, for what it represents—the hub of the newspaper operation.
A hot shirt for Christmas
I just got a hot shirt in my Christmas post. It was sent from the United States by a brother...
The notorious Boy Espedido
One single letter, a “d” occurring in the first of two instances, instead of an “n,” saves Boy Espedido from an association with notoriety.
Roger Federer and me: Mocking human standards
Roger Federer is one of those masterworks of nature that defy explanation. It may be possible—but, again, only by very subjective and very general approximation—to describe him and what he is able to do in human terms, in the context, say, of certain sciences, like geometry, physics and physiology. And I’d like to do that, if only to affirm to myself—and console myself, too—that he somehow belongs in my species and also that he might not mind my being a bit familiar by calling him Roger.
A senior’s lament
Dying is no big deal. The least of us will manage it. Living is the trick.” That’s a eulogistic remark I love not just for its felicity, but for its infinite range of applicability. It’s by Red Smith, an absolute favorite of mine, too, and I cite it here for my own case.
Memories of a tropical spring
MONUMENTO—that’s where the story of my hometown begins and ends for me. It was the true north of my own commuter compass, the point from which I sallied forth abroad—to college, to work, to fancied destinations—and to which I referred back on my homecoming.
Mother’s Day warning
All these months we’ve had more Duterte days than others. It’s all in the aberrant nature of the subject.
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