The Sunday Times Magazine

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San Juan, La Union has become one of the best surfing destinations in the country. Already, it has established its own local surfing community, called the La Union Surfers Club (LUSC). And as surfing becomes an increasingly popular sport, La Union’s local and surfing community must also protect the environment.…

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How refreshing to have lunch over good conversations, especially about economics. Don’t get me wrong. I do not mean “guns or butter” or “supply and demand” like what we learned from Mareng Winnie in Economics 11. I mean simple economics driven by generosity. On my third encounter with Chef Myke…

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How young, a teenaged fiction writer has gotten her generation to read books again Once there was a girl, who at the age of 13 began writing stories on anything she could get her hands on. Be it in spiral notebooks or on school pad papers, she was always eager…

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Why is Denny’s book such a hit? Let her fans give the answer: “I prefer light stories like this, not heavy drama. I wouldn’t want to be stressed and depressed over a story when I’m already stressed at work.”— Rutchelle, 27, working mom, 27 “My classmates who do not read…

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Local version of Europe’s magazine of royalties will not flaunt wealthy lifestyles but celebrate family values and personal triumphs It was the day after the Million People March in Luneta, when thousands of Filipinos made known their outrage over the plunder of the nation’s money to fund the extravagant lifestyles…

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To showcase the legacy of three of the country’s most distinguished families today, Lifestyle Asia magazine and Ayala Land Premier staged a one-night exhibit at the Ayala Museum, Makati City on Friday. Entitled Luminous: Legacy in the Limelight, the exhibit presented priceless keepsakes—from family paintings, to vintage cars, to works…

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Avida Land’s three-day “Project Homepossible: Be Indie-fied” will have its final run today at the New Glorietta Activity Center, the Ayala Land Inc. for young professionals who are looking to invest in a home and achieve “true personal independence.” Project Homepossible is an opportunity for interested homebuyers and curious onlookers…

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THE Andrea O. Veneracion International Choral Festival, Manila 2013 held its closing ceremonies on August 10 with the announcement of winners in the Chamber Choir, Folk Music and Vocal Ensemble categories. The event was made possible with the support of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, the US…

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OPM icon Ely Buendia will sing in a one-night-only benefit concert on September 20 at 8 p.m. Audiences will experience the hitmaker upclose and personal in Philippine Educational Theater Association’s (PETA) intimate 400-seater black box theater. The man whose music defined a generation enjoys continuing success throughout his almost 20…

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The Technological University of the Philippines conducted the “Art Jewelry Entrepreneurship” from July 26 to 31. In collaboration with the National Commission Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and St. Gabriel Workshop, the event was part of the Technology and Nutrition Week of the College of Industrial Technology. Thirty-seven Apparel and…

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