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  Dec 29, 2021

Fourth Quarter 2021 Social Weather Survey: 93% of Filipinos enter New Year with Hope

The national Social Weather Survey December 12-16, 2021, found 93% of adult Filipinos entering the New Year with hope rather than with fear.

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  Nov 24, 2021

‘Master Tactician’ Duterte Gets Schooled

President Duterte blames the camp of Marcos, Jr. and unnamed figures for allegedly manipulating his daughter. But the truth is that Duterte was simply ignored

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  Nov 18, 2021

Continuity Versus Restoration

Two competing narratives are being offered by the presidential candidates. One is continuity, and variations of it.

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  Nov 11, 2021

Guess Who’s Back

Forget about political parties. They have been irrelevant for decades. It’s the era of the power brokers

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Politically Dedo
Politically Dedo

  Nov 02, 2021

Damn Dolomite
Damn Dolomite

  Oct 25, 2021

Hoy, Isko!
Hoy, Isko!

  Oct 09, 2021



  Dec 22, 2021

How to Fight Ignorance and Fake News about Vaccines? With Humor

They believed covid vaccination would make you sterile, turn you into a monkey, change your gender or clone you.

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  Dec 19, 2021

The Value of the Outsider

When an advertising material cannot make the hair on your arm stand on end, cannot make you smile or tear up, who do you call? "The Outsider."

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  Jan 02, 2022

Is Eating Animal Meat Ok with God?

I was brought up in a family who loves all kinds of animals as you all well know by now. My husband came from a family who loves animals, too.

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  Dec 27, 2021

Bringing Back the Ghost of Marcos

“Babangon muli!” It must have been a Freudian slip that caused the communications brain trust of presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to concoct this campaign slogan.

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  Jan 07, 2022

“Thank you, Brave Heart… Thank you, dear Lord, for this most precious gift”

F. Sionil Jose, portly and tenacious elder of Philippine letters, author of more than 29 books that make an epic sweep of Philippine society, National Artist for Literature, passes on at 97.

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  Dec 27, 2021

DIY Needs or Fun With Kids? There’s a Blu-Tack Hack for that

Blu-Tack is not just for DIY repairs. There’s a lot of fun and creative stuff you can do with your kids, too

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  Jan 16, 2022

A Wedge of the World

Dog and I watch this young subversive as she jerks and breaks the rules

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  Jan 11, 2022

My Mother's Music

"Music washed into the cove of my room, my door open to a slice of light."

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  Jan 10, 2022

After Her Mother Passed

Here is an ele­gant flower of a poem. The sto­ic strength of faith, the sad­ness of loss, and the rit­u­als that we per­form to help us cope.

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  Jan 07, 2022

Sampaloc Lake Abstract, in Black & White

by Marne Kilates

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  Dec 28, 2021

Oolong

Some­times a poem achieves its beau­ty by a cer­tain fix­a­tion on a small detail that is not burdened with the need to be “impor­tant”.

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  Dec 21, 2021

Death of a Dog

A Pulitzer prize winner for poetry and America's national poet laureate in early 2000, Kooser talks about the death of his beloved dog.

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  Dec 11, 2021

Tonsure

this father you make each day, the one you became when yours got yanked away.

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  Dec 10, 2021

No Ruined Stone

When the dead return they will come to you in dream

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  Dec 15, 2021

2021: The Year of OPM on Vinyl

The friendly prices help make classic albums accessible to a wider, younger market who are just starting their OPM collection. Still, record collecting is more than just shiny new objects

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  Nov 29, 2021

Edwin Wilwayco and his Journey through Jazz

Interlude is one of Wilwaycoʼs most complex group of paintings in that the ideas expressed cover a range of themes.

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  Oct 31, 2021

The Acrylics of the Accountant

"While many all over the world wept and cowered in corners, Ason worked and was relied on, finished her masteral studies, picked up the brush and pleased others and herself."

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  Aug 22, 2021

We Survived Hand-to-hand Combat with Covid

"My father was driven around (hooked to his oxygen tank) around Metro Manila for half a day. Those of us left at home called hospitals and government channels to see if any of them could help us out. Each time we were rejected or told to wait but we knew we did not have time to spare."

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  Jun 25, 2021

Quality Survives the Quarantine

"What pandemic? We beat our highest pre-Covid sales figures with less branches open."

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  Jun 21, 2021

"Binay There, Done That"

"The rich can look after themselves. It is the poor who depend on government, and they expect government to look after their well-being."

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  Jun 04, 2021

Philippine Politics and the Marcos Technocrats

"Tadem’s analysis is important not just as history. She has made an important contribution to what, in many ways, is the beginning of the answer to this history."

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  Oct 27, 2021

She Said What?!

She Said What?!

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  Oct 06, 2021

Remember that Indonesian Guy and his Rice Cooker Wife? They’re Now Divorced

Indonesian Man Marries Rice Cooker, Divorces It 4 Days Later

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  Oct 05, 2021

In a Brawl? Never Give Up

In a Brawl? Never Give Up

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  Sep 30, 2021

You May Now Kiss the Cooker

Photos of an Indonesian man marrying a rice cooker have gone viral, catching the attention of Indonesian media.

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  Jan 19, 2022

Loving Life More (Thanks to my Pets)

I love animals. Any kind of animal. Sometimes, even the scary-looking ones and the mythical creatures in the stories that Mama read to me every night when I was still very young.

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  Jan 16, 2022

Dear Miss Kim Chiu

“Ano ang mas maingay sa gabi? Letter A, Pusang may kaharutan sa bubong…” Then you remarked, ” Nakakainis yun ‘no? Yung gusto mong sabuyan ng mainit na tubig kasi ang ingay.”

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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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