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Wingless angels

Wingless angels

  GIVE until it hurts, was St. Mother Teresa’s advice. There’s another way, give because it gives your heart a lift. Most people give anonymously, but we also need to see famous people like Derek Ram­say and Piolo Pascual doing their share to inspire others by helping, donating, putting their shoulder to the wheel, bayanihan […]

Bible-like

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Bible-like

  SUPER-PRRD has a solution to Taal’s tempestuous temper tantrums. He’ll show the volcano how tough he can be, by eating the ashes as they fall and pissing into the lake. A myth in the making! The eruptions – the volcano’s – are no longer merely phreatic or even magmatic, because it looks like war […]

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Masks, markers

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Masks, markers

  BEEN there, done that. As a creature of two centuries, that’s my take on having been a witness to nature’s awfully spectacular shows of her wrath. Last Sunday’s surprise eruption of Taal volcano – alert level 4 within six hours, with an ash column rising 100 meters high, resulting in ashfalls reaching Manila 90 […]

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Diplomatic coup

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Diplomatic coup

  MRS. Jae Kim, wife of US Ambassador Sung Kim, has fond memories of the Philippines to take home when her husband winds up his tour of duty. “Christ­mas is really special here,” she said over dinner days before 2020 kicked in. Hosted by Lin Bildner at Bagu­io Country Club – activities that weekend included […]

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Baguio, future tense

  SOME lucky people are planning an extended vacation in Baguio as the temperature is expected to drop further from the 11.4 C recorded last Saturday. The cool climate is for everyone, but sooner than later, the city will no longer be able to accommodate everyone unless they go up by foot or on their […]

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Sylvia, Ninez

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Sylvia, Ninez

  A YEAR of widows, 2019, as I’ve noted. Now I should add that two female colleagues didn’t make it to the feast of the Three Kings yesterday. Sylvia Mayuga wrote “30” on the last day of 2019. Ninez Cacho Olivares’ last column in the Daily Tribune was dated Jan. 3, 2020, the same day […]

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