CHRISTINA ALPAD, TMT

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In this digital age where netizens—the frequent users of the Internet—can easily voice out their opinions by tapping away at their keyboards, questioning anyone’s decision can be made instantaneously. Likewise, the challenged party’s defense. The President’s sister Kris Aquino fell into this exchange in the last few days in relation…

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While Makati’s population balloons from an estimated 530,000 to four million during the day due to the workforce, thousands more troop to the country’s Central Business District every Christmas season to enjoy the city’s endless shopping destinations, food havens, and multi-faceted attractions. But with the now-infamous Metro Manila traffic, just…

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A few years ago, Coach—a New York City-established design house of modern luxury accessories and lifestyle collection—was very visible in the Philippine market, with branches in major shopping malls such as Glorietta and Rockwell Powerplant. These boutiques suddenly closed down without warning a few years ago, leaving its patrons to…

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Korean “cooks” who make veggies fly with their pounding sticks and dancing knives showed off their stuff for the first time in Manila on Tuesday night, with the premiere of Cookin’ Nanta at The Theater Solaire Resorts and Casino. From here on, it is scheduled for a limited nightly run…

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Unknown to many, veteran actress Amalia Fuentes had suffered an ischemic stroke in October while she was on vacation in South Korea. Her grandchildren recently confirmed the 75-year-old’s ordeal and appealed for prayers. Through a statement they sent to ABS-CBN News, Alyanna, Alfonso and Alisa Martinez—daughter of actor Albert Martinez…

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Jesus Vicente Magsaysay, or simply JV to his friends, is perhaps the most low-key among the members of his famous political family. His grand uncle, Ramon Magsaysay, was the seventh president of the Philippines and known as the People’s President; while his father, Vicente Magsaysay, was former governor of Zambales.…

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Amid the controversy that shook her onscreen tandem with Enrique Gil, young actress Liza Soberano remains one of the most in-demand endorsers in show business today. Proof to that is her new endorsement with Mega Global Corporation’s new Mega Tuna. At her press launch, John Paolo Calona, Mega Tuna’s brand…

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Are Filipino Catholics ready to embrace it? Death. Mortality. Demise. At least once a year, as the living remember and honor their dearly departed, they are also reminded that somewhere down this road called life is a final pit stop. Depending on one’s beliefs and status in life, among other…

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CCP opens unique festival for oral literature Orature is coined by Ugundan linguist Pio Zirimu from the phrase oral literature with the aim to put the spoken words at par with—and not inferior to—the written words. In the Philippines, multi-awarded writer, performer and educator Vim Nadera is taking orature a…

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