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Good things come to those who risk it
/ from 16 days ago
A LARGE percentage of young people start their careers, after graduating from college, working in companies and not starting their own businesses.Many think they have to work first in order to earn the money they need. The thought of opening any kind of business only comes in later in life, ...
Eid’l Fitr memories
/ from 30 days ago
COLLEGE classmates Amerah Manalocon and Sittie Khansa, both Meranaws, used to spend Eid’l Fitr similarly. Eid’l Fitr is an important celebration for Muslims, marking the end of the month-long fast during Ramadan. Muslims celebrate Eid by saying prayers, giving money to the poor, sending Eid greetings and feasting with their ...
A house fit for a hobbit
Jo Ann Sablad
/ from 37 days ago
IT’S amazing what a person's imagination and determination can do. With sufficient material, you can do incredible things like writing over a hundred thousand-word novel, producing films of epic-proportions or even creating things straight out of a movie.With these things in his possession, nothing stopped Benjamin Torregosa Maputi Jr. from ...
Lumad soil painters: Soil as medium and theme
/ from 44 days ago
ARTISTS all have their unique preferences when it comes to their media or the materials used to create art.For this group of Lumad artists from Bukidnon, the preferred medium is something close to their hearts.“Soil painting,” they call it, and the use of bare earth best illustrates the themes of ...
Kagay-anon fashion designer creates own wedding gown, suit
/ from 51 days ago
WEDDING season is upon us. For brides, finding the perfect wedding gown can be stressful, but not for fashion designer Angela Soriano who knew just what she wanted the moment she said yes to her now-husband.Specializing in luxury bridal fashion, the 35-year-old designer finally tied the knot last May 8, ...
'We lost our home, but we still fast:' Ramadhan for the IDPs of Marawi
Riz P. Sunio
/ from 56 days ago
FOR Asnorah Omar and Evan Lee Biaco, internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Marawi, fasting is still obligatory -- even if they have been chased away from their hometown and have lost their houses because of the siege on May 23 last year.Asnorah and Evan Lee were able to graduate this ...
Foreign policeman with a heart of gold
/ from 58 days ago
FOR Thomas Kellenberger, it was in a way inevitable that he would find himself in Cagayan de Oro.The Bern, Switzerland ex-policeman lived in the same building where the Philippine Embassy had its offices. Kellenberger had a friend in the embassy who was from Cagayan de Oro who, as most Filipinos ...
Make no mom feel alone
Jo Ann Sablad
/ from 65 days ago
IT'S never been easy to be a mom, especially for first timers. As they say, motherhood is the most wonderful, albeit exhausting experience in a woman's life.Holding a baby with careful yet loving hands; nights with little or no sleep as you attend to your baby; breastfeeding--all these and a ...
Femme fatale: 'Oro's beauty queen cop
/ from 72 days ago
WHO says policewomen can't be beautiful?In a job dominated by men, beauty pageants for cops may be the last thing people expect. But that is exactly what Police Officer 2 (PO2) May Shell Oro signed up for when she joined Miss PNP Ganda Pulis 2018 held at the police headquarters ...
Wabe: Defying the doctor’s diagnosis
Hannah Victoria Wabe
/ from 75 days ago
ON ADORACION “Doding” Mariscal’s 79th birthday bash last May 1, the celebrant struggled to get her birthday wishes out of her mouth because the entire left side of her body lost muscle control, with her face and lips even drooping, due to a past brain surgery. She haltingly said in ...