G Spot

Typhoon Hanna By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo TYPHOON Hanna was predicted to bring “moderate to heavy monsoon rain” in Metro Manila. This fact however, did not alter our plans to meet at a salad bar somewhere in Alabang, a place where, according to Connie de Perio, “the salad is to die for”. In the middle of […]

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Feelings

Gone to colours! (Conclusion) By Jing Villamil AMONG the children of the subdivision who learned the basics of acrylic or oil on canvas from the artist-in-residence were these high school kids who were primarily sent to fetch their younger siblings home to lunch, dinner, or a nap. Eventually, the teeners stayed a little longer, intrigued […]

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The streets where we live By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo I am walking through the streets today, in the rain. After transacting with Bank of Commerce Philcoa Branch, I start to walk on Masaya Street. The street is busy moving people. It has become the station for tricycles to and from the three villages (UP Village, […]

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