latest from Baguio Opinion
BY EXPERIENCE, farmers know that major outbreaks of pests and diseases are infrequent.
The question is when these outbreaks occur do the farmers and stakeholders know what to do? Otherwise, the farmers lose their crop.Read more
AT THE plane bound for Davao City to attend the National Information Convention, I was seated beside a pretty young mother with a crying baby of about 8 to 9 months old on her lap.Read more
(In the after-glow of the annual Baguio Flower Festival, we recall a piece celebrating what remains of the city’s blooms that is struggling to restore its image as the “Flower Garden City” of the Philippines.Read more
THIS week, we must digress. Instead of heading off to consult Arlene Nang, we must speak of another table, this one in a restaurant called “Green Smoothie” on Session Road, at which I have a late, late lunch with friends late last week.Read more