CHRISTINA ALPAD, TMT

‘THE ONE PHILIPPINES’

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There is no denying that the world is turning in very unsettling times. Sadly, it is no longer shocking, albeit still horrific, to wake up to news of terrorism, killings, as well as natural calamities, and then having to face the day with personal challenges. Filipinos, known around the globe…

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69-year-old French fashion house takes cue from ‘70s trend for new bag collection The 1970s was a landmark decade for fashion, especially for Parisians. It marked the birth of the “anti-conformist, casual chic approach.” From the established high fashion norms of the previous decades, more comfortable sweaters, T-shirts, jeans and…

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Three years after her controversial exclusion in the Order of National Artist (ONA) Award, showbiz icon Nora Aunor leads the nominees for the highest national recognition given to Filipino individuals who have made significant contributions to the development of arts in the country. As a ruling, any artist who had…

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While fans miss seeing her acting in teleseryes, Alex Gonzaga remains just as visible these days. For besides hosting reality and variety shows for her home network ABS-CBN, the younger of the Gonzaga sisters has been a favorite product endorser for her brand of quirk. It was this same quirkiness…

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For more than 36 years, Café Ysabel—the 1912 ancestral house-cum-Filipino restaurant on the corner of P. Guevarra and Wilson streets in San Juan City—has been a popular destination among diners, not only for its distinctive menu but as a charming escape within the bustling metro. Named after her aunt Ysabel,…

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Meet 18 young theater stars from PH to play the von Trapp children Julie Andrews’ 1965 movie “The Sound of Music” continues to transcend generations with its timeless story of love and family, and most especially a beautiful musical repertoire that allows it to resonate with audiences of any age.…

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Change has come indeed to the red carpet of President Rodrigo Duterte’s second State of the National Address (SONA) on Monday, which saw female legislators, senators and lawmakers’ spouses, and other guests generally adhering to the declared dress code of “knee-length Filipiniana or business attire.” While a preview of this…

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While most ladies rely on their lipsticks to complement their OOTDs [outfit of the day] or simply match their mood, model-turned-entrepreneur Rissa Mananquil-Trillo believes that nail polish is just as powerful in doing so. “Nail polish is very much like lipstick because it instantly updates your look. With one swipe,…

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Since its inauguration in 2005, the Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival has seen a steady rise in moviegoers who opt for an alternative on the big screen. In figures, this progression translates to a 15- to 20-percent audience growth annually with 2013 as the festival’s banner year, hitting the 100,000-attendance mark.…

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