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An example to our presidentiables: A man like Mujica
WITH elections just a few months shy, our days and nights are greeted with barrage of bashing here, praising there for the presidential candidates. We look at the presidentiables and what they say and have done do not translate to ...
From 1373 days ago
FORTY years ago, 54 giggly and awkward young ladies graduated high school from St. Scholastica’s Academy in Bacolod City and were launched into the world. First stop for most was college, then pursued careers, created businesses, established relationships, got married, ...
From 1378 days ago
A pilgrimage to 4 holy doors
THIRTEEN cousins with Fr. Paolo OCD went on a pilgrimage to four Holy Doors in Bacolod City. We started with Immaculate Concepcion Parish at Villamonte, where Fr. Paolo started with the blessing of the pilgrims. He expounded on what a ...
From 1380 days ago
‘May reklamo ka?’
ONGOING at the Negros Museum until March 2 is the exhibit of Wayne Forte. Wayne was born in Manila in 1950, studied in University of California in Santa Barbara and Irvine. Wayne lives with his wife, Valeria and their children ...
From 1385 days ago
Zonta District 17 Area 3 conference
RECENTLY, I got to sit in to the Zonta Conference of District 17 Area 3 because my best friend from Grade 7, Dandy Santos Gomez was the resource speaker. Dandy is the District Chairman for Service and Vice Chairman for ...
From 1394 days ago
Year of the red fire monkey
GOING down Lacson Street and the area around Gatuslao, we see lanterns adorning the skies. It is a festive mood because we are celebrating Chinese New Year. According to the Chinese calendar, 2016 is the 4713th Chinese Year. It is ...
From 1399 days ago
Which goddess are you?
A FEW years ago, I attended a seminar of my cousin “Dido,” Dr. Ma. Teresa Gustilo Villasor who specializes in Neurological Sciences and Clinical Psychology. Dido is a Jungian and part of the seminar was about Carl Jung’s different archetypes ...
From 1401 days ago
History of Sto. Niño Festivals
JANUARY is the feast of the Santo Niño. It is the most recognizable religious image in the Philippines because it is the oldest one in the archipelago dating back to 1521. In every Catholic home, office, chapel, carinderia, tiangge, even ...
From 1408 days ago
Grandma’s in Eque’s 4th birthday
UNLESS invited, as a rule, I seldom attend my apo’s children’s parties. However, for Eque’s 4th birthday, this is my second year in succession because Lola Liza insists. To the delight of both sets of grandparents, Eque who resides in ...
From 1413 days ago
Palmas del Mar celebrates 20th anniversary
DON Antonio Alunan Lizares, a former governor of Negros Occidental, was a holy and virtuous man. Together with his wife Doña Carmen Rodriguez, they brought up their children with an emphasis on moral values. They had strong church ties and ...
From 1416 days ago