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Will Guv Pogi fight for Pangasinenses?

By | Punchline

By Ermin Garcia Jr.   PANGASINENSES can already look forward to the promised New Normal life – doing everything with everyone like they used to except for one thing – to keep observing health protocols! Well, actually not everything. While all provincial governments in the region are able to allow…

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Will Guv Pogi fight for Pangasinenses?

By November 29, 2021Punchline

Metaphors

By | G Spot

By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   THE role of stories in the evolution of human societies had been a subject of voluminous study. Among the writers who had expounded on this subject is historian Yuval Noah Harari whose work focuses on how civilizations are shaped by their stories and “how these…

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Metaphors

By November 29, 2021G Spot

Radical love

By | Andromeda's Vortex

By Atty. Farah Decano    “MAS radikal ang magmahal.” Netizens shared this statement of Presidential contender, Leni Robredo, several times through their social media accounts.  While it is not yet her official slogan for the campaign, such unusual assertion captured the imagination of the Filipinos – for how, indeed, can…

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Radical love

By November 29, 2021Andromeda's Vortex

PH national sports in limbo, again

By | Sports Eye

BY Jesus A. Garcia Jr. ANOTHER depressing national sports issue surfaced again last week. It’s about our national pole vault standout and Asian record holder EJ Obiena. Obiena who is being accused by the Philippine Amateur Track and Field Association (PATAFA) where he’s affiliated with. PATAFA initially alleged 2020 Tokyo…

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PH national sports in limbo, again

By November 29, 2021Sports Eye

A Thanksgiving Toast

By | Entre'acte

By Rex Catubig   FOR some time in the past, I didn’t know I was on a most wanted list. “Artlets Most Wanted” was the title of a group email that announced I had been found. Artlets is the acronym of our college in UST–the College of Arts and Letters,…

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A Thanksgiving Toast

By November 29, 2021Entre'acte

KARITELA BY THE CHRISTMAS BRIDGE

By | Top Stories

KARITELA BY THE CHRISTMAS BRIDGE –  Residents and visitors take joy rides on board Dagupan’s white colored  “karitelas”  that pass through the Quintos Christmas Bridge nightly. For many years, it was the “King of the Road” until the jeepney and tricycle pushed it out as the main means of transport around the city. (Punchphoto by…

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KARITELA BY THE CHRISTMAS BRIDGE

By November 29, 2021Top Stories