Tuesday, May 17, 2022


‘Doctor Strange 2’ keeps hold on top spot in 2nd weekend

DOCTOR Strange in the Multiverse of Madness stayed on top of the box-office charts during its second weekend in theaters, earning an additional $61 million from North American theaters, according to studio estimates Sunday. With $688 million in global grosses, it’s already one of the highest grossing films of the pandemic and the second biggest of 2022. But…

Why some health-care practitioners are prescribing food to their patients

Araneta City opens Binibining Pilipinas 2022 activities with Grand Santacruzan


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Envisioning healthy, delectable dining for Filipinos

Healthy food need not be boring nor bland. This is the idea that young entrepreneur John Michael Hilton presents to Filipinos with his food and beverage company, Visum Ventures Inc. Named after the Greek word for vision, the company offers the market new and exciting ways of looking at…
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You wonder why young people are voting again?

Editor’s Note: This story came out in The Conversation in October 2017, months after the United Kingdom general election. Nonetheless, it remains relevant given the recent trends in several countries, including the Philippines, where tomorrow’s elections have received renewed vigor among…
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Kick-start your online clothing resale gig

With the recent rise of resale apps like Depop and Poshmark, the idea of selling old clothes online is becoming more fashionable. Many people have turned clothing resale into a lucrative side gig or even a full-time job, gaining thousands of followers and making dozens of sales per week. The…



Envoys & Expats



Targeting schools, Russia bombs the future

NATO leader condemns ‘brutality’ in Ukraine

Japan celebrates cherry blossoms despite pandemic

After Russian forces pull back, a shattered town breathes

Moscow accused of forcibly removing civilians to Russia

US admiral says China fully militarized South China Sea isles

Putin appears at big rally as troops press attack in Ukraine

American gunmakers help Ukrainians fight back against Putin

Liberal US cities change course, now clearing homeless camps