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Reset: Remember our duty to nature
A WELL-KNOWN and one of the most sought-after local photographers Jay Amarante recently shared to me his latest project dubbed “Reset: Remember our duty to nature.”Reset is a 2021 digital body calendar of Amarante’s 12 art photography masterpieces featuring ...
From 28 days ago
Save a life, adopt a dog
TO ALL dog lovers who are not lucky to have one or still have room for yet another pup, perhaps adoption would not be such a bad idea.There is no better time like the present if you are thinking about ...
From 77 days ago
Feliciano spouses: Averting disaster in Bacolod Covid war
IT TOOK two months for Bacolod City to finally flatten the curve of coronavirus infections, thanks to the power couple -Retired General Mel Feliciano and his wife Mia Feliciano.In mid-August 2020, the city experienced a sudden spike of Covid-19 local ...
From 84 days ago
Aguilar: Then and now of Bacolod’s Covid war
THE quarantine downgrade in Bacolod City recently is a very welcomed thing. In the urban poor community where I’m presently immersed, more and more breadwinners are back in their work as establishments start to reopen. The atmosphere in my little ...
From 96 days ago
Aguilar: Constitutional reform please
HOW our government structure was designed in our Constitution was actually pretty good. For one, our fundamental rights were clearly secured. But sadly, the same structure can no longer address the present plight of the people. We don't have to ...
From 112 days ago
Aguilar: SSB: 12 years and getting stronger
TODAY marks the 12th year anniversary of SunStar Bacolod. With the huge disruption of the pandemic in our daily operation, we are celebrating this milestone without fanfare. As of this writing, we are on skeletal force and 70 percent of ...
From 137 days ago
Aguilar: Policemen are not terrorists
YESTERDAY afternoon, during the "Sunday Lockdown," a patrol car was seen heading towards our street in a purok in Barangay Bata. At the sight of the law enforcer's vehicle a voice was heard shouting "pulis!" and in less than ...
From 140 days ago
Aguilar: On the much criticized 'timeout weekend'
THE conflicting stand between the local government units here in Negros Occidental and the national Inter-Agency Task Force (NIATF) on the "weekend timeout" initiated by the Capitol magnified the classic issues on the devolution of power. There seems to be ...
From 146 days ago
Aguilar: Clean water: A right, not a privilege
THE United Nations, through a resolution back in 2010, explicitly recognized that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realization of all human rights, thus, access to clean water is a human right itself. As such, all governments ...
From 172 days ago
Aguilar: Not necessarily jumping into the fire
ONE need not look at the conditions of the poor people in the city to know how difficult it is to survive this pandemic. It has been quite obvious even among the rich how the economy halted and how social ...
From 199 days ago