Punchline

First legacy for Lim administration? By Ermin Garcia Jr. THE opening of the spanking transport terminal on De Venecia Highway will go a long way at decongesting worsening vehicular traffic in Dagupan City. That the heavy vehicular congestion is going to happen is a no brainer. Every year, more families will be buying new cars […]

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G Spot

The key By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo YESTERDAY, half of my day was spent looking for my keys. They are a bunch of keys that unlocks all doors relevant to me, including a room in our old house in Pozorrubio. My memory tells me, I normally put it inside my bag after opening the room, or […]

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Sports Eye

Will Pacman win? By Jesus A. Garcia Jr. A WEEK from now and the much-awaited World Boxing Association (WBA) welterweight unification title showdown between our boxing icon Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and American Keith Thurman will definitely push through on July 21 (PH time) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Surprisingly, odds makers who prematurely picked Thurman to […]

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Punchline

Firmly committed at 63 and beyond! By Ermin Garcia Jr. THIS month, your SUNDAY PUNCH marks its 63rd year of publishing, without any interruption since 1956. The PUNCH continued publishing even when terror struck us and founder-editor Ermin E. Garcia, was shot and murdered in our office in 1966, during the dark days when press […]

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