Punchline

Your Sunday PUNCH at 64! By Ermin Garcia Jr.   GUYS, your Sunday PUNCH, the only surviving senior citizen in the field of community journalism in Region 1, is again a year older at 64! And still Pangasinan’s News Leader! To those not familiar with the long history of The PUNCH, here’s a short trivia: […]

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G Spot

The song I heard By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   LATELY, as I spent more time in the garden, I am able to sense more things. At a far distance, someone is playing an instrumental song I have heard before but could not remember where. I struggled to remember what it was, but what I remember […]

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Andromeda’s Vortex

“Well Done” By Farah G. Decano   THE speech of Supreme Court Associate Justice Marvic Leonen delivered during the virtual oathtaking of the 2019 bar passers circulated extensively over different social media platforms. With carefully chosen powerful words, his discourse was an audacious mirroring of present realities that encapsulated his fearless views. “Very well said,” […]

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Sports Eye

NBA games to resume amid COVID-19 contagion By Jesus A. Garcia Jr.   PHILIPPINE’S professional basketball league PBA is still off, but the U.S. version, NBA, is definitely resuming its remaining games on July 31. This was the latest concession of NBA’s Board of Governors amid threat of COVID-19 contagion that derailed the league since […]

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Random Thoughts

Issues about back riders By Leonardo Micua  THE announcement of Secretary Eduardo Año that beginning July 10 (Friday), motorcycle drivers can have their wives, live-in partners, or even their girlfriends or boyfriends, living under the same roof, as back riders elated many Filipinos no end. Some said it is long overdue and should have been […]

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Punchline

Finally, a community project in Dagupan? By Ermin Garcia Jr.   THE Brian Lim administration is finally set to initiate its first community project in the city since it took over from the Belen Fernandez administration last year. For what? Make a guess but allow me to help with some clues: Everyone in the city […]

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G Spot

Salagubang Helicopters By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo WE finally met for the first time after the lockdown at Matzzip Korean Restaurant beside what used to be Mr. Park’s Bread And Cake, which closed like most of the small cafes at Timog Avenue. Not only are most restaurants closed at Timog, but also along Mother Ignacia Avenue. […]

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