February 28, 2020
Korean-American chef is ambassador of Filipino cuisine in Latin America
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Phenomenal ‘matsang,’ retro pineapple upside-down cake, and other homemade treats
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Pronti, Partenza, Via!
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Easy table napkin folding
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Bob Iger steps aside as Disney CEO, hands off to company insider
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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…
Mark Bautista talks about love
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Who says Pinoy ‘komiks’ are dead?
Last Oct. 27, the eighth Philippine Comics Convention or Komikon was held at the Bayanihan Center in Pasig. Eighth, you say? You bet! But isn’t Pinoy komiks dead? Breaking news, son: it never died!
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Celebrating a new era of Pinoy geekdom
Look at all these people. From its amazing origin in 2005, Komikon has evolved into the most important event in the Philippine comics scene. In the two-day Komikon 2016 last Nov. 19 and 20, it seemed apparent that it has evolved even further: It may just be the most important event for Pinoy geekdom, period.
Nothing grander than Komikon Grande
Komikon is about communion. It is the most important weekend on the Philippine komiks calendar—everyone has to be there; they...
My Komikon 2011 scrapbook
Komikon was a blast! I was there practically the whole day. Comic conventions used to be a hit-and-run affair for me—I’d just come in, buy a bunch of comics, and leave. But this time it was different. I went with a group I met through my website The Comics Cube (www.comicscube.com), which has helped me find other people with similar hobbies and interests.
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A bigger, busier Komikon
How important is the Komikon? Filipino comic creators slave all year to be able to get something new ready in...
The Komikon report: Madly into the mainstream
Like the dynamic opening spread of a comic book, the riot of pages, merchandise and people greets you upon stepping into the Bayanihan Center for the 2017 Komikon last Nov. 11 and 12.
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