A Makati City street beckons to art lovers this weekend. The city government is closing a lane of Nicanor Garcia Street (formerly known as Reposo) for an art fair dubbed “Sining Kalikasan sa Reposo,” which will run this Saturday and Sunday as part of the celebrations for Makati’s 343rd foundation anniversary.
By Atty. Gloria Estenzo Ramos
Being green means committing to a lifestyle that has limited impact on our vanishing resources and life’s elements in an already degraded planet Earth. For a growing number, especially the Generation Y, there is heightened awareness of the need to do our share in protecting the environment.
By Julie S. Alipala
You wouldn’t miss him in a rally of the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA). In a crowd teeming with colored shirts and thundering with ear-splitting campaign jingles, Rodolfo “Rudy” Bayot stands out in his bare feet, looking like he needs alms.
By Philip C. Tubeza
Will you give up your favorite teleserye (soap opera) to observe Lent?
By DJ Yap
Imagine a bird-watching expedition to Mt. Hamiguitan in Davao Oriental. The highlight of the trip: a rare opportunity to see the Philippine eagle in the wild.
By Yolanda Sotelo
Lola Narcisa Balmonte is turning 100 years old in October and she will celebrate her birthday doing what she loves to do—sing.
Some of the busiest wedding venues here are floating.
A Dutch man died of a heart attack at a sex party after he apparently took a mix of recreational drugs and Viagra, a popular Dutch daily reported on Monday.
By Julie M. Aurelio
On this busy Quezon City street, the gray concrete landscape suddenly offers a refreshing stretch of green that somehow hides the urban blight behind.
Crowned heads of Europe and ordinary citizens gathered Saturday for Luxembourg’s biggest royal event in decades to see heir-to-the-throne Prince Guillaume wed Belgian countess Stephanie de Lannoy.
By Raymund Fernandez
The newspaper featured “15 minutes eternal” the Andy Warhol exhibition current in Singapore and running until October 31. He is famous for the saying, “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.”
By Aissa dela Cruz
NEW YORK City is the most unlikely place for me to meet up with classmate friends from University of the Philippines in Diliman. I have my Kitchen Stories to be thankful for, a PDF copy of which I share through email with a few of them. And this opened the door to a great reunion. Rosario “Sari” Valenzuela and Priscilla Bautista Perez are both nutritionists who are still working in the Big Apple.
New Zealand lawmakers have cast a first vote in favor of a gay marriage law that was given impetus by President Barack Obama’s public support of the issue.