Editorial

Red Tide kills tourism THE news from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) that the coastal barangays of Alaminos City, Bani, Bolinao, Anda and Sual are finally free is a welcome news. But this recurring news of these towns being red tide-affected and then being free of it is damaging enough to our […]

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G Spot

A scented reminder By Virginia J. Pasalo THE dawn smells of sampaguita. I smell it even when I imagine it. My childhood is full of sampaguita stories. They remind me of my colorful childhood. I remember Auntie Intay who woke me up early at dawn to pick the flowers along the old highway and put […]

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Sports Eye

No miracle happened this time By Jesus A. Garcia Jr.   WHEN the then defending champions Golden State Warriors took a commanding 3-1 lead over arch-foe Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals last year, basketball pundits  predicted a two-in-row championship win for the Warriors. The fearless forecast then was no team in NBA history ever […]

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The North Vista

Beng-beng, Pigar-Pigar and Imbaliktad by @SiRVis   A travel journal that will give you a pleasant view of people, places, food, culture, history and events from a refreshing perspective ____________________________________________________________ EACH dish has a story… Eating outside a public market stall in Mangaldan led me to a delicious meal and a local cuisine history lesson […]

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