November 22, 2019
‘Get some rest, Dad. We will look at the financial statements for you’
Heritage alarm raised over sale of two Manila landmarks
5 Things Every Girl with Low Self-Esteem Needs to Hear
DTI creates Marahuyo, a luxe Filipino fashion brand for global buyers
This jewelry designer is also an architect
Bringing freshness to the classics
Martine Cajucom’s daily makeup essentials — that aren’t Sunnies Face
The acne solutions you haven’t thought about
How Asia Pacific is leading global beauty ‘Prejuvenation’ trend
First Impressions: ‘The Crown’ season 3
Protest graffiti fills Beirut’s posh downtown
Havana at 500: a city in four portraits
Join Santa & his elves at SM City Fairview’s Christmas Headquarters
Make unforgettable family moments this Christmas at SM Malls
SM kicks off Christmas nationwide with #SparklingSMallidays
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
Lovi Poe’s on-the-road fitness routine
If you’re eating right and sticking to your regular gym schedule, a trip abroad can throw you a bit off the pace. No…
TV prequel to Polanski’s ‘Chinatown’ in works
New York, United States | AFP | Tuesday 11/20/2019 – 04:28 UTC+8 The Oscar-winning writer of Roman Polanski’s “Chinatown” is working on…
Bringing freshness to the classics
I always go back to the classics. We all do, though we’re not conscious of it. That’s why they’re called classics. Classic…
‘Let it go’: Kristen Bell gets Hollywood star, jokes about mugging
Los Angeles, United States | AFP | Tuesday 11/20/2019 – 06:29 UTC+8 “Frozen” actress Kristen Bell was honored Tuesday with a star…
Early Mozart minuets sell for 372,500 euros at Paris auction
Paris, France | AFP | Monday 11/19/2019 – 02:46 UTC+8 An original score of two minuets composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when…
George Sison, raconteur, seeker of ‘the God within’
Inquirer Lifestyle columnist George Sison, who died March 6 of leukemia, embraced life so much that he pursued many interests.
And so it is—friends remember George Sison
Rene Puno had a bad feeling that afternoon in early March. He sent a welfare-check text to his good friend George Sison, who had been ill. Puno hadn’t heard from him for some time.
George Sison didn’t bid us goodbye
That was our incredulously mournful reaction as we learned of the sudden deaths of dear friends, one after the other, in just over a month: Cesar Gaupo, then James Reyes—two from fashion design in a little over a month; our own columnist George Sison, about two weeks ago; gallery founder Didi Dee; and just this week, Cathy Nazareno, whose inspiring life and battle with cancer Lifestyle wrote about last Christmas.
Glenda Barretto: The word ‘problem’ was not in George’s vocabulary
In George Sison’s inner circle of friends was restaurateur Glenda Barretto.
How to love yourself: Leave unhappy relationships
Your mantra for the week: “I am letting go of worn-out things and relationships, making space for greater good in...
Has anybody heard of the wild flower ‘puki-reyna’?
Your mantra for the week: “Every relationship, including with myself, is a love lesson.”
At last, I will get paid for being a martial law detainee
Your mantra for the week: “What matters most is that I love myself… and others.”
Why laughter is truly the best medicine
Your mantra for the week: “I am laughing myself to perfect health.” Did you know that children laugh at least...
Miss Universe forecast: My Magic 12
Your mantra for the week: “When I hear of someone’s success, I rejoice for them knowing I am next.”
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