PROP UP: Glenn Cuevo—Behind the science of curating art and styling spaces

Art has always posed as something to be interpreted. It is a sanctuary to some, an outlet of creative freedom to others, and an enduring enigma to many. For corporate banker turned interior stylist Glenn Cuevo, the measures of art extend beyond just aesthetics and visual poetry. It is a science of balance that can… Continue reading PROP UP: Glenn Cuevo—Behind the science of curating art and styling spaces

Brothers in service

Working with family members can be trying at times, especially when it comes to public service. But for brothers Herbert and Hero Bautista, carrying on their father’s legacy serves as a guiding light for both. “Our father was our inspiration. He was the reason why we entered public service,” Hero shared. Both entered public service… Continue reading Brothers in service

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Breaking the falsehoods and fallacies on infertility

In a country where many fall for fake news and misinformation about medical science, it was refreshing to listen to real medical experts break down the myths on infertility and offer the right solutions. With over 20 media representatives listening, the online medical forum, “The Art of Getting Pregnant, Breaking the Fallacies and Falsehoods on… Continue reading Breaking the falsehoods and fallacies on infertility

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Not invisible: Fil-Am New Yorkers rally against hate crimes

Recently, a Filipino woman distributing masks to fellow passengers on the subway was suddenly attacked by two individuals screaming racial slurs at her. Meanwhile, on the Upper West Side, a Filipino stage actor was assaulted while on the way to his apartment. The Filipino American community in New York, headed by lawyer Lara Gregory, as… Continue reading Not invisible: Fil-Am New Yorkers rally against hate crimes

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Frank about mental health

It is said that the names given to us at birth are never just personal parental choices. A name is more than just what it is. It symbolizes something. Within the universal concept of fate, your name becomes a calling. Perhaps this is why Francis “Frank” Baraan is outspoken about mental health and is now becoming a… Continue reading Frank about mental health

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Values-laden childhood memories

Once upon a time, there lived a precocious, young girl on the heart-shaped island, called Marinduque, in the Philippines. She grew up in the company of her happy, nurturing family, with a tall, handsome Castilian father, Ramon Saiz Carrion, a mining engineer, who headed the iron ore mines as general superintendent, and a beautiful, caring,… Continue reading Values-laden childhood memories

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Why am I so tired?

In early 2020 B.C. (Before Covid), I used to complain of being tired after long days of making hospital rounds and seeing patients in the clinic. Then lockdown happened, and even though I was just at home, I still felt rundown, more of a psychological fatigue. The term fatigue has been used to describe a… Continue reading Why am I so tired?

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Queens of Cebu look back at crowning achievements

Some ladies of substance who have clinched Miss Cebu titles, one of the most prestigious local competitions, had larger dreams — to join the fabled national and international beauty pageants. They were eager to represent the country and see the world while pursuing various causes and advocacies. Meet four lucky and blessed Cebuana women who… Continue reading Queens of Cebu look back at crowning achievements

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