January 23, 2020
Why you should check out Intramuros now
How to handle the JaDine breakup blues
18th-century drawings show fury of Taal
Fashion legend Jean-Paul Gaultier bows out in style
Filipinos’ love of artisanal crafts continues in 2020
Pop-up shops are the way to go
Moist Diane offers the highest quality ingredients for a smooth and healthy hair
Holiday glam ideas from Pia Wurtzbach, Maris Racal, and Maine Mendoza
Shopping List: What you need to rule 2020 and where to find them
Fellini’s birthplace Rimini marks centenary of maestro’s birth
Indonesia’s ‘mosque hunters’ count them up one at a time
Remembering John Baldessari, the most important artist of the’60s
‘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
How US artist Judy Chicago rocked Paris fashion aged 80
Paris, France | AFP | Monday 1/21/2020 – 04:00 UTC+8 By: Fiachra Gibbons American artist Judy Chicago had a glint in her…
Breaking down Harry and Meghan’s bid for ‘financial independence’
Following their newly-forged agreement with Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and Meghan hope their departure from the royal family will give them “financial…
The best-dressed guests at Dior’s Haute Couture show
Just like that, it’s Couture Fashion Week again! As we ogle at the creations on models sauntering down the runway, we also can’t…
Sustainability is the new luxury
I often tell friends and colleagues that I’m trying my best to live a bit more sustainably. I’m far from perfect, but…
Indian bakers make world’s ‘longest’ cake
Thrissur, India | AFP | Thursday 1/16/2020 – 09:05 UTC+8 It was a record-baking effort. Hundreds of bakers and chefs in southern…
3 Presidents attend Mon Tulfo’s party
Your mantra for the week: “God cannot forgive but I can.”
Why it’s okay not to ‘Move on’
Growing up, I knew of the atrocities committed during the martial law era, but I didn’t really think about them...
To Be You
Finally, the millennials are with us
News headlines spoil my day. They make my coffee bitter. Hard as I try to not have them ruin my disposition, it is truly difficult to keep my emotions in check.
‘Anyare’?: Why millennials are out on the streets–suddenly
The message came around midnight Nov. 19 on Facebook: “People are tired. We need food and water.”
Child abuse or making a stand?
The Nov. 18 student-led protests against the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos’ burial at Libingan ng mga Bayani went viral on...
To Be You
How to exhume your loved ones from Libingan ng mga Bayani
Your mantra for the week: “God is in action in all areas of my life now.”
Laugh, don’t cry
Two days in November will go down in history as shockers: Nov. 8, when the Supreme Court of the Philippines, voting 9-5, dismissed petitions to stop President Rodrigo Duterte’s order to bury the remains of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos at Libingan ng Mga Bayani; and Nov. 9, when Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton to become the 45th president of the United States.
Mourning the morning after
Scottsdale, Arizona—God’s timing is impeccable. He also has a great sense of humor.
Where is the rage?
Indeed, where is the rage?”
Why we refuse to move on
The stories of the martial rule have started to decay—unlike the preserved body of its perpetuator—in many of the minds of the Filipino people.
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