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Araneta City’s J. Amado Araneta Foundation launches #ResilientPinoy

If there is one realization during the Covid-19 pandemic, it is the fact that the struggle is real—especially for businesses. There are those in the micro, small, and medium (MSM) scale industries who are not as well-resourced as those who are in large businesses. With...

Poignant moment of silence as MLS returns to action

KISSIMMEE, Florida—Nani called it beautiful and emotional. He wasn’t talking about either goal he played a part in during Orlando City’s 2-1 victory over Inter Miami on Wednesday night. Nearly 200 players took the field for an eight-minute and 46-second moment of...

Sports coverage in new normal

As US team sports prepare to resume, journalists are facing the same reckoning that their colleagues who cover politics and entertainment have encountered—coming up with new approaches despite reduced access.

“A Beautiful Mess” depicts this artist’s ECQ life

As the economy was put on lockdown, many workers were displaced from their posts at work. Even those in the academe were not spared from work suspensions and closures, leaving some private...

Creative response to heal body and spirit

For true artists, creativity doesn’t stop in quarantine. At the onset, it is a disabling situation, this pandemic and the resulting lockdowns. However, the crippling circumstance fuels artists to harness their strengths and creative juices as they...

SWIFT, SAFE AND SCENIC TRAVEL VIA CHOPPER RIDES

If you’re up for a sky-high adventure over the metropolis or nearby areas in the south, you can now go for a helicopter ride for that kind of travel experience. With the only helipad...

How Filipino painter J.Legaspi sees Maynila

Artwork images courtesy of Julius Legaspi Julius Legaspi’s roots belong to Marilao, Bulacan, but the capital city of Manila has captured his childlike wonder. “Manila is memorable for me ever since I was a child. My...

The artist who wept when Batangas turned gray

Artwork images courtesy of Lino Acasio Lino Acasio, the renowned landscape artist of Batangas, left his hometown Lemery with a heavy heart on that fateful day when the Taal volcano erupted on January 12.

How Filipino painter J.Legaspi sees Maynila

By Carla Mortel Baricaua / Artwork images courtesy of Julius Legaspi Julius Legaspi’s roots belong to Marilao, Bulacan, but the capital city of Manila has captured his childlike wonder. “Manila is...

Really Really

Another pretty nebula ocean will soon flood the Mall of Asia arena as Winner returns to conquer the stage for its Tour in Manila on January 25. The nebula is deemed to be Winner’s fandom color, a cluster of white,...

A Filipino hero’s story in a Manga

Every generation needs a retelling of history, and this is one story in history that needs to be retold just in time for Rizal Day. On June 19 last year, Jose Rizal: The Filipino...
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Araneta City’s J. Amado Araneta Foundation launches #ResilientPinoy

If there is one realization during the Covid-19 pandemic, it is the fact that the struggle is real—especially for businesses. There are those in the micro, small, and medium (MSM) scale industries who are not as well-resourced as those who are in large businesses. With...

Poignant moment of silence as MLS returns to action

KISSIMMEE, Florida—Nani called it beautiful and emotional. He wasn’t talking about either goal he played a part in during Orlando City’s 2-1 victory over Inter Miami on Wednesday night. Nearly 200 players took the field for an eight-minute and 46-second moment of...
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