Feelings

There got to be a law! By Jing Villamil AN hour before the “reunionists” arrive for lunch, the house is smelling clean and fresh, thanks to the wide-open but screened windows, pine-scented freshener and days of vigorous, hand-numbing scouring, scrubbing, sweeping, washing, airing, arranging, re-arranging. It smells cloyingly yummy, too. The rainbow cake awaits for […]

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Feelings

Restless in the dust! By Jing Villamil TEN years and thirteen days ago, 58 men and women, 32 of whom were journalists and stringers, were massacred in Sitio Masalay, in Ampatuan, Maguindanao. Their mangled bullet-drilled bodies were buried in wide shallow graves beside their cars equally mangled. The journalists were to cover the filing of […]

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