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  Feb 26, 2024

When Do We Stop Weeping?

Sob-inducing: Lea Salonga singing Bayan Ko

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  Feb 21, 2024

Marcos Jr. Can Thank Duterte and EDSA’s Failed Promises for Family’s Restoration

The EDSA story must be retold plainly, without embellishment and the near religious reverence accorded to personalities.

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  Jan 24, 2024

Beyond the Basic Checklist: Uncommon Advice for Selecting an Ad Agency

When choosing an ad agency, opt for more than a fling; seek a committed partner who can champion your vision, a relationship that extends beyond mere transactions.

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  Jan 10, 2024

How I Taught Advertising and the Syllabus for It

"I wanted her to know that a copywriter who does not know the world of the masses, the daily grind, their dreams and aches, the smoothness of the handrails of a jeepney, is a copywriter with an incapacitating disability.”

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  Sep 27, 2023

Legit Bulaga: TVJ Gets its Groove Back

"Watching E.A.T. on TV5 is to witness how three men, institutions in Philippine pop culture, have created a universe that can withstand the worst of attacks"

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  Aug 29, 2023

How Long Will You Live?

The average life span of a cockroach is one year. But, a cockroach does not know this. It does not scurry into safety at the sight of a giant shoe looming overhead, waiting for the perfect moment to squash it to extinction.

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  Jan 17, 2024

Malaya’s Reporters: Pounding the Beat In Dangerous Times

To practice real, independent journalism under a repressive regime was also an act of resistance.

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  Jan 05, 2024

Poetry 2023

Our Brew is the "only website that publishes good poetry in our neck of the internet", so said a poet, so here's a selection of last year's offering.

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  Feb 22, 2024

Granddaughters

Three-term Poet Laureate Joy Harjo celebrates the body and the dynamic force of nature.

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  Jan 26, 2024

Taga

The poet is an OFW based in Bangkok.

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  Jan 23, 2024

Oteyza's Cañao

By Marne Kilates

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  Jan 18, 2024

First Snow

Watching the snow, seated beside the poet, is a cat he does not own

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  Jan 09, 2024

Traveling with Guitar

The poet is a singer. Here’s a road poem about traveling with her guitar.

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  Jan 03, 2024

New Bathing Suit

A poem about hope, of everyday survival — a woman's defiance against breast cancer.

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  Dec 28, 2023

The Bliss of Old Socks

When smart and business-like yields to comfort and well-worn.

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  Dec 24, 2023

Moment

By Carol L. Gloor

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  Oct 11, 2023

Anxiety Can Often Be a Drag on Creativity, Upending the Trope of the Tortured Artist

Anxiety is a roadblock, not an instigator of creativity

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  Sep 07, 2023

Want to 'Feel Something' When You Look at Art? Try These 6 Tips

Viewing art can have a profound impact on our psyche. Studies have shown that it can lower stress.

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  Feb 25, 2024

All About Cholesterol

Statins have been a lifesaving tool: They cut risk of heart attack and stroke by up to 50 percent for the more than 200 million people globally who take the medications. Yet even statin takers still get heart disease, and some still die.

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  Feb 23, 2024

Breastfeeding Benefits Mothers as Much as Babies, but Public Health Messaging Often Only Tells Half of the Story

One significant benefit of breastfeeding not widely known by the public is its ability to lower the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. SIDS, sometimes referred to as “crib death,” is the unexplained death of a baby.

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  Aug 16, 2022

The Mountain that Grew

The Latest from Krip Yuson: An illustrated allegory for young adults and above.

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  Jun 16, 2022

Living in Times of Unrest: Bart Pasion and the Philippine Revolution

Ambag ang libro ni E.C. Tadem sa pagtutuwid at paghahayag sa salimuot ng kasaysayan ng ating lipunan.

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  Apr 28, 2023

Politics for Dummies

Our choice of leaders is informed by our political sophistication - or our lack of it. And oftentimes, we get it wrong.

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  Apr 20, 2023

The Power Fist

Tiger Woods did it. Novak Djokovic does it. Olympians do it. What’s with this phenomenon called fist pumping - an almost obscene gesture not unlike someone giving you the finger?

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  Feb 24, 2023

Booksale, Converted Vans and UK (Ukay-Ukay)

The Ukay-ukay is the premier hand-me-down - UK for short. The name itself is nothing to crow about - in fact it’s degrading and undeserving of the high regard that the Salvation Army puts on it.

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  Oct 27, 2021

She Said What?!

She Said What?!

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  Feb 16, 2024

Why Dogs Roll on Their Backs

It is quite common among dogs and serves various purposes, ranging from alleviating an itch to expressing an invitation to play.

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  Feb 08, 2024

Upholding Compassion: Advocating for the Care of Philippine Prison Strays

CARA Welfare Philippines has initiated a poignant petition titled “Advocate for Care of Philippine Prison Strays Instead of Ban,” addressing a recent proposal in the Philippines to prohibit cats and dogs from prisons.

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  Nov 27, 2021

'Island Life'

A Christmas Ritual in this Poor Country

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  Jun 27, 2021

Thus Said the Lourd

Thus Said the Lourd

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  Jun 19, 2021

Ayoko Na Sa 'Yo

Ayoko Na Sa 'Yo

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  Jun 17, 2021

From the Hand and Heart of Robert Alejandro

From the Hand and Heart of Robert Alejandro

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