The Sunday Times Magazine

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Bit by Bit Company, in cooperation with the PETA Theater Center and the Cultural Center of the Philippines, proudly brings to the stage Maxie the Musicale: Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros, a coming-of-age musical about a gay teen who is torn between his love for a young cop and his…

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A NEW haven for artists and art lovers is set to open on October 23 at the SM Aura Premier, Bonifacio Global City, in Taguig, promising guests an immersive viewing experience of visual arts. With its museum-like setting, Art Elements Asian Gallery presents a diverse collection of artworks in four…

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Tell us of the boiling chocolate. The collapsed chocolate, the bone white in the naked melting. I don’t like this. Don’t believe, for a second, that we’ll fit in the cracks, in the breaking of the Basilica. Which was art, I know, the heeled and well- schooled. Am I to…

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A boat to cross a river after a bridge was Looks out from the window of his family’s House fell into a river after an earthquake One hand, not two, indicating the age of Children. View of a portion of a damaged Highway in. Do not get married until Rescuers…

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poetree- help us heal the land plant a forest sing us man songs write us poems … digital detox- no cell phone no computer be one with nature … defining poetry- imagine a rose thriving wild in the tundra … flowers bloom for the same reasons that i breathe poems…

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Annie and Bagdie Guerrero recall the homegrown food brand’s 25 delicious years In the 1990s, there were only a handful of restaurants along Katipunan Ave. in Quezon City that catered to the appetites of Ateneo de Manila, Miriam College and the University of the Philippines Diliman faculty and students, as…

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From his wheel chair, Rex Bernardo of Daet, Camarines Norte and his family was recognized as one of seven Exemplary Families at the 3rd Jollibee Family Values Awards for making a difference in other’s lives. “I feel very much blessed by the Lord,” shared Bernardo who chose to use his…

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As any student can attest to, there are times when the classroom just fails to capture the mind’s attention. Sometimes, the moment of surrendering to closing eyelids is only awaken by a shot of pure energy from the ring of the school bell. Yet the simplest and effective solution is…

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3 a.m.—Time to get up and ready for the day’s tree planting event with Technoserve Construction Co. Inc. and JGC Philippines, Inc. I took a bath and wore my Haribon shirt, pants and my trekking shoes. Checked gadgets with GPS and portable speakerphone fully charged. 4:13 a.m.—We made our way…

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FOR years, I’ve been hearing about the Haribon Foundation through different means. I’ve always wanted to join, but never quite knew how, so when I saw Haribon as one of the institutions where I can have my Junior Engagement Program (JEEP), I pounced on the opportunity to see, work in,…

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