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  APPROXIMATELY 750 million dogs are living on their own, according to a 2016 report in The New York Times. The number could be higher today. According to the same report, there are about a billion dogs living on earth at that time. There could be so many more at present. * * * Dogs […]

Ingat sa isda

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Ingat sa isda

    DOCTORS tell us we should avoid or at least lessen consumption of pork, red meat like beef. These contain fats that give rise to cholesterol levels that are bad for the heart. Dairy products are also to be taken with caution. The fats they carry can spark high blood pressure that can cause […]

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‘Sisig’ meant salad

    WHO hasn’t heard of sisig, or hasn’t eaten one such dish? Sisig, says Wikipedia, is a Kapampangan dish made from parts of pig head and chicken liver, usually seasoned with cala­mansi, onion and chili pepper. The dish originated in Pam­panga but has now spread all over the country due to its sheer good […]

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Ano’ng sign mo?

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Ano’ng sign mo?

        HOW do you start the New Year right? Is it by collecting all things round and bright, and presenting them on your dining table? Is it by wearing clothes that have polka dots on them? Is it by serving sticky food to mark close bonds or associations? The science of astrology […]

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200-year old carol

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200-year old carol

        THE rice cake makers of Calasiao, Pangasinan made it to the Guinness World Records (GWR) creating “the largest rice cake photo mosaic.’’ The 208-sqm puto mosaic, presented on Dec. 8, 2017, is made of 300,000 different puto cakes, in various hues, prepared by 100 puto makers from the town. The mosaic […]

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Bakit Noel?

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Bakit Noel?

    ALAM nyo bang ang Christian group na Puritans ang siyang nag-ban ng selebrasyon ng Christmas sa Boston mula 1659 to 1681? According to conversationstarter­sworld, even though the ban on Christmas was lifted in 1681, Christmas didn’t become popular in Boston until the mid-19th century. Puritans also suppressed Christmas in England as well, during […]

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