January 18, 2020
‘My 11-year-old daughter was home alone in Tagaytay when Taal Volcano acted up’
Fashion designer Patricia Santos apologizes for client’s unfinished wedding dress
Jokoy stretches MOA Arena show, looks forward to Waterfront Cebu date
Filipinos’ love of artisanal crafts continues in 2020
Pop-up shops are the way to go
Sustainability is the new luxury
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
Indonesia’s ‘mosque hunters’ count them up one at a time
Remembering John Baldessari, the most important artist of the’60s
‘Pre-school Picasso’ shakes up German art world
‘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
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…
Race to save animals on Australia’s fire-ravaged ‘Galapagos’
Kangaroo Island, Australia | AFP | Thursday 1/16/2020 – 16:36 UTC+8 By: Holly Robertson On an island famed as Australia’s “Galapagos” for…
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…
Volunteer-run grocery revives rural French village
Sauxillanges, France | AFP | Wednesday 1/15/2020 – 11:56 UTC+8 By: Céline Castella Like so many villages tucked in the folds of…
Fashionistas grit their teeth and take the bus in strike-hit Paris
Paris men’s fashion week began Tuesday with the French capital in a grip of a 41-day transport strike that has already led to…
Questions about Santa reach record number
A record number of calls from children (and some adults) swamped a US Air Force base as Santa Claus completed a whirlwind journey around the globe—the callers wanted to know everything from Saint Nick’s age to how reindeer fly.
Finding Santa Claus again, after 20 years
In a few days it would be Christmas and I believe that the occasion is really for children and the child within us.
UK town decides Santa Claus role in parade only for men
The town of Newton Aycliffe in the United Kingdom and its Great Aycliffe Town Council voted to reserve the role...
Ought there be a Santa Claus?
My generation wasn’t into Santa. But we didn’t really feel his loss. He’d have been a harder tale for our parents to weave in the tropics; his wooly red outfit alone would have been ridiculous.
US astronauts help track Santa’s delivery route
For decades, the Canadian and American defense agency NORAD has provided updates on Santa Claus’s international gift delivery route, but this...
WATCH: Santa’s sleigh tips over, suspends him in the air
Santa Claus' sleigh for "A Christmas Fantasy Parade" held at Disneyland Park tipped over, leaving him hanging in his harness.
Santa Claus can still go ho-ho-ho in Bangsamoro
Santa Claus can go ho-ho-ho even in Bangsamoro. You can have a pig in the backyard, and eat it, too. Christians can eat lechon there. Or raise pigs. No problem. The assurance comes from Ghazali Jaafar, vice chair for political affairs of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) that has signed a preliminary agreement to end the Muslim insurgency in Mindanao by establishing a new autonomous region there, to be called Bangsamoro.
Santa’s Little Helpers Go Online
We seem headed on a collision course with Christmas, given the speed and frenzy of its arrival this year. If you’re one of those über organized people who do their holiday shopping in August and are done by September, we both hate and envy you.
Sunday Inquirer Magazine
Yes, there is a Santa Claus
When is the right time to tell children the truth about Santa Claus? For my own children, the telling was provoked by a question from a daughter—an innocent question that elicited a guilty, if untimely, confession from a parent whose own enthusiasm for the whole charade had been on the wane.
Kids stop believing in Santa at age 8, says study
Most have stopped believing in Old St Nick by the age of eight, according to the first international academic "Santa survey".
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