Sports Eye

Singapore sports heroes By Jesus A. Garcia Jr.   UNLIKE my first and third visit to Singapore which were both related to sports activities (2010 Youth Olympic Games and 2015 SEA Games), my fourth trip to the beautiful and booming city-state Singapore last June 2-6 was like my second, for pleasure and respite journey. While […]

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Punchline

How to survive Dutertespeak By Ermin Garcia Jr. HERE’S a friendly and brotherly advice to Duterte’s loyal supporters who are constantly perplexed, baffled and embarrassed by their idol’s off-the-cuff statements coming out of left field, and to his yellow loyal haters who are constantly frothing in the mouth, their blood pressures shooting up to 190/ […]

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G Spot

People of the lake By Virginia J. Pasalo MARAWI’S old name “Dansalan” is derived from “dansal”, a destination point or a meeting place. It also means arrival or coming. That was how places were named in the past, much like Pangasinan (where salt is made) and Dagupan (meeting place). Dansalan was officially created on 24 […]

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The North Vista

Agew Na Dagupan by @SiRVis   A travel journal that will give you a pleasant view of people, places, food, culture, history and events from a refreshing perspective ____________________________________________________________ JUNE 20 is the 70th Agew na Dagupan and a “Platinum” celebration is in store for the city’s commemoration of its cityhood. Several activities are lined […]

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Punchline

Prayerful man By Ermin Garcia Jr. LAST week, TV, newspapers and internet showed a picture of the newly appointed Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano kneeling on both knees while a prayer was being read during at the DFA’s Monday flag ceremony. And just as I was afraid of, the reaction from some, particularly his detractors, […]

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