The Sunday Times Magazine

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National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Program Director of Philippine Cultural Education Program and former NCCA Subcomission on Cultural Dissemination head Elmar Ingles Beltran passed away on July 9. He was 49. Beltran was also the Gawad Buhay! executive director and jury coordinator of the Philippine Legitimate Stage…

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Visayan artist Anthony Fermin is currently in Manila for his 26th solo exhibit entitled Woman at Work. It will run until July 22 at the Artist Space at the Ayala Museum in Makati. His latest collection is a tribute to Filipino womenfolk and the various roles they play. Known as…

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The National Book Development Board  (NBDB) recently held its annual Little Lit Fest in Museo Pambata along Roxas Boulevard, Manila. Through the NBDB’s international networking activities in the last two years and Australian author Ken Spillman’s relentless promotional support, authors and a publisher from the Australia, the UK, and Singapore…

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Safe in the light that surrounds me. Free of the fear and the pain. —Dreamtheater Because the weight of your words is heavy on my chest, I decide to rid myself of words by leaving my body. My mouth open, I utter myself up the ceiling like words with weed…

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the gun, though it was just a demonstration, you see. Nobody claims expertise on the tricks of the trigger, not even warriors who sleep with pistols, rifles and howitzers. Mind you, even them GIs could attest that the grenade-launcher armalite they pet like a wife could stay quiet and cold,…

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In 2005, a 10-year study led by Kent Carpenter declared the Philippines as the epicenter of global marine biodiversity. It is important to take note here the use  of the word epicenter. Interestingly enough, while an epicenter primarily refers to the land source of an  earthquake, in this topic of…

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Student leaders from various Benguet universities may be busy working on their diploma yet they are also embarking on various environmental and livelihood projects designed to benefit their respective communities. Projects include the construction of trellised greenhouse, creation of environment-friendly water bottles, learning innovative ways to recycle plastic materials, livelihood…

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Haribon Foundation, along with a community of environmental advocates, is marking Day 1 of the new congress with a call on legislators and President Benigno Aquino 3rd to enact urgent proposed laws covering the management of our fast-disappearing natural resources. Among these are the National Land Use Act (NLUA), the…

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After so many  postponements,  we finally trekked to former Sen. Francis ‘Kiko’ Pangilinan’s weekend farm in Alfonso, Cavite. We talked about how we were making reports on our farm production, number of farmhands, how weather changes affect our produce, and how it is not so simple to tend to a…

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‘‘If your son would tell you, ‘I’m too young for you to die on me, please quit smoking,’ I’m sure you would be bothered, too,” acclaimed photographer Jun De Leon was quoted in an interview. Known for his excellent work ethic and his flaring temper, De Leon once had the…

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