EVERY time I drive by the SRP, my eyes are drawn to the ocean. It’s the only place in the city where I can see a wide expanse of the sea. Most times, I feel miserably landlocked by the mass of concrete structures snaking through the city.
A MAYOR ordering the closure of an establishment does not usually attract attention beyond the discussion of the basis and the repercussions. In the case of Rico’s Lechon, however, something interesting has been added to the brew.
AANGAT Tayo Rep. Neil Abayon has filed a bill which, if enacted into law, would force government officials, including lawmakers and Cabinet members, to use public transport during rush hour at least once a month.