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  Sep 09, 2021

The 50 Richest Filipinos, According to Forbes

In the midst of a crippling pandemic, the combined income of the richest Filipinos rose by 30 per cent

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  Sep 08, 2021

Unemployment Rises in June Survey

Some 13.5 million Filipinos were jobless last June, higher by 1.3 million from the results of the May survey

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  Sep 11, 2021

Osama bin Laden Killed Them, George W. Bush Dishonored Them

Today, America pays tribute to the 2,974 who died in Osama bin Laden’s attacks on September 11, 2001.

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  Aug 15, 2021

From Tiny Bubbles to Big Lockdown

But being poor is no excuse for incompetence and inefficiency. We have thrown away gains we’ve achieved last year through poor thinking and poor planning

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  Sep 14, 2021

Sadvertising

WARNING: This article will have you sniveling and bawling alternately.

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  Sep 20, 2021

NDAs Violate Transparency and Accountability

THE non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) shrouding the purchase of COVID-19 vaccines could constitute dubious schemes

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  Sep 09, 2021

Dear DOH, Fund Cancer Patients.

"Why in God’s holy name did you exclude a specific and separate allocation in your proposed budget for cancer?"

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  Aug 04, 2021

Tubbataha: the Philippine Gem of Biodiversity

“Close your eyes and imagine this. You are looking into an unfathomable endless blue sea.”

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  Jul 29, 2021

Neil Doloricon Nationalist, Artist, Filipino

Neil was an intensely self-aware artist. Musing on a student paper on the process of art making, he asked, “Can art be subjective and objective at the same time? This is really a philosophical and scientific question”

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  Sep 21, 2021

We Must Beg the Body to Wake Up, Oh, So Slowly

"Always remember that the legs are laggards in surfacing from the opium of pillows".

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  Sep 21, 2021

Daluyong ng Langit*

By Marne L. Kilates

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  Sep 16, 2021

Embracing Figures

Embracing Figures

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  Sep 05, 2021

This is How We Make Commercials

"News of a military coup whispered through thick, sound-proof doors."

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  Sep 02, 2021

A Guide To Reading Poems Out Loud

"Poetry predates written languages - it was always read out loud."

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  Aug 30, 2021

Bigornia/Kilates

Dalawang piling tula ni Mike L. Bigornia, isinalin sa Inggles ni Marne Kilates

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  Aug 30, 2021

"What Will Your Verse Be?"

"When we commit poems to memory, we create a rich mental resource that lets us summon compelling, evocative, finely-crafted language at exactly the moment when it is most relevant to our emotional lives."

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  Aug 23, 2021

How Much Can We Grieve?

How Much Can We Grieve?

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  Sep 12, 2021

Songs from the Trenches

“Humanidad," Dong Abay’s most cohesive work since the 90s, is finally out on vinyl

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  Sep 16, 2021

Wilwayco's Way

"Designed to be viewed while listening to Bach and contemplating the Gospel of Luke (1:46 -55) in which Mary speaks the Magnificat."

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  Aug 15, 2021

Virgina Moreno, Preternatural Poet-priestess of Philippine Art, 98

JUST right after the halfway mark of the ghost month (for the Chinese and everyone else), we’re continuing to slide into sorrow as the pandemic brings more bad news.

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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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  Sep 23, 2021

Ma, Moon Luk!

Ma, Moon Luk!

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  Sep 11, 2021

Two-In-One Service

Two-In-One Service

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  Sep 10, 2021

Head Space Needed

Head Space Needed

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  Aug 29, 2021

Retirement Goals

Retirement Goals

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  Sep 23, 2021

Tips to Keep One’s House Free of Cat Stink

Bothered by the strong cat smell in the house? The smell of cat poop in the air “violates” your nostrils and is irritating some members of the family?

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  Sep 21, 2021

Important Vitamins for Senior Dogs

Many dog are now asking vets what supplements they can give to their dogs, specially their senior pets.

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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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  Jun 12, 2021

Malaya?

Malaya?

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