The Sunday Times Magazine

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New Australian routes launched In its continued promise to bring Filipinos from all over the world closer to home, while boosting the country’s tourism, Philippine Airlines opened new direct routes to Australia on June 1. Known as the “Land Down Under,” Australia is apparently home to around 300,000 Filipinos, and…

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A great dining experience usually necessitates a number of things. A unique restaurant, a great chef, delectable gourmet dishes and the perfect ambiance. But what if you didn’t know exactly where you were going, who you’re having dinner with, or what kind of dishes will be served? You wouldn’t even…

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The nation mourns the passing of National Artist for film and broadcast arts Eddie Sinco Romero. At the age of 88, the eminent film director, producer and writer left us at 9 p.m. on May 28, a great bereavement, but he left us a priceless body of works that will…

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The Cultural Center of the Philippines will pay tribute to the late National Artist for Film Eddie Romero in a necrological ceremony on today at 9 a.m. at the CCP Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (Main Theater). Interment will be at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Romero passed away on May 28,…

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Bookworm. That is the usual impression about a writer. Of course, what would someone write if he has nothing in his mind in the first place? Writing is a bit of a hobby but also liberation, expression and sometimes to impression. It is a concoction of the writer’s life, his…

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Remembering How You Made Love to Me 1905H – The plates are all set, dinner is ready. (Whenever I feel all alone, I look at the bookshelf in my room and think about how strained those wooden planks may be as they carried all the sweat and all the souls…

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Fifteen finalists for the Saguitarius Mines Inc. (SMI) Regional Art Competition (SRAC) were selected at SM City General Santos recently. The finalists were selected among 222 young artists from 74 public and private high schools across Regions XI and XII. This year’s finalists are Louie Vic Loquino and Clark Marvin…

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Summer is over and the rains have started, so we begin our indoor activities. For June, Haribon’s Membership Division will once again hold the Biodiversity Conservation (BC) Learning Sessions, running for third year in a row. Learning Sessions are held on the last Saturdays of each month starting on June…

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Dozens of high-wattage, high bay lights illuminate indoor arenas such as basketball venues while high-intensity floodlights provide the glow in outdoor sports such as football pitches. At Bonifacio Gobal City on Saturday, it was more than 3,000 Energizer headlights that lit up the street as athletes, health buffs and running…