In compliance with the government’s policy on a drug-free workplace, the People’s Volunteer against Illegal Drugs (PVAID), a non-government organization recognized and accredited by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) conducted a surprise drug testing to executives and employees of a Filipino-owned financial firm in Makati City.
The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) is gearing up for the opening of classes on June 3 as thousands of students are expected to go back to their schools after a two-month break.
Pasig City Mayor-elect Vico Sotto wants to remove the “quota system” of traffic enforcers in the city.
By Dom Galeon It was Tyrion Lannister, the famous imp from HBO’s hit TV series Game of Thrones, who said it: “There is nothing in the world more powerful than a good story.” And as far as stories are concerned, few fragrances have one that is as interesting and intriguing as the sixth addition to […]
It was the German’s 11th career title, worth 90,000 euros ($101,000) prize money, and first since November at the season-ending ATP Finals in London. #Tennis
By JOHN LEGASPI “We win if we let her in,” says Jeannie Javelosa, the chief visionary officer of the Gender Responsive Economic Action for the Transformation of Women, or simply called GREAT Women. It is at the core of GREAT Women to put the spotlight on local textiles. Traveling to different rural places in the […]
By JULLIE Y. DAZA Way back when. . . Movies were black and white, fantasmagical effects had yet to be born as computer generated images, and movie stars were much more proper (at least in public). A world war and three generations later, Fernando Poe, Rogelio de la Rosa, Carmen Rosales, Rudy Concepcion, Leopoldo Salcedo […]
“He’s (Kawhi Leonard) the best player in the league and we’re happy he’s in Toronto,” – Raptors President Masai Ujiri #NBA
“All these years, he has been my partner in crime, in all my negotiations and in pushing for improvements on the car. He was such a racer,” – Lewis Hamilton
By Deedee Siytangco ANGEL THOUGHTS The hardest thing about being a teacher is that it matters. The hardest thing about being a teacher is that it matters every day. —Todd Whitaker High points of the week: Good news. Congratulations to the first female valedictorian of the Philippine Military Academy, our premier military school. She is […]
By JOHN LEGASPI Apart from her charm, grace, and intellect, Catriona Gray demonstrated the essence of being a true Filipina through the styles and looks she wore during the pageant and her reign. Her style captured the hearts of many Filipinos as she proudly put local fabrics and design at the forefront of the universe, […]
The rain did not dampen the spirits of pageant fans who braved the weather and cheered for the 40 official candidates of Bb. Pilipinas 2019 pageant during the annual grand parade held at the Araneta Center in Quezon City Saturday afternoon.
While Huawei’s founder brushes aside a US ban against his company, the telecom giant’s employees have been less sanguine, confessing fears for their future in online chat rooms.
These days, a wedding is more than a union. It is chance to show your personality. An occasion to make everyone understand what the two of you are like. To tell the story of your life together by way of color and style and texture.
It is, of course, real: it’s not merely the purchase of a dream team of suppliers, but the product of successful creative collaborations with the couple. Its details tell the couple’s story, and reveal to guests who they are, individually and as a couple. It also ensconces even the casual observer in what the couple holds most dear, from memories to mementoes and treasured personal values.
Mak Tumang’s fashion journey is far from the fairytale creations he presents on the runway. Like most beginnings, Mak’s relationship with the fashion scene has taken him through loops and loops of confusion, rejection, and diversion from passion. Growing up, Mak’s interest in fashion has always been present–from eagerly watching his grandmother produce dresses and curtains at home to volunteering as designer for high school plays–one would think he’s found his calling early on.
The idea of splurging and saving at the same may seem incongruous to some people, but WE say it’s not about how much you spend but how you spend what you have that matters. Yes, you can have your dream wedding, and no, you don’t have to break the bank to do it. In this issue, WE share with you tips from some of our favorite wedding suppliers who’ll tell you when to splurge and when to save to make sure you’re really spending where it counts.
By SARA GRACE FOJAS Images by VIA MARIE CLAIRE BAROMA The sound of the waves crashing on the shore, the crystal clear blue sea, the white sand, and the calm wind under the heat of the sun—I open my eyes and I was in a paradise called Malcapuya Island. My heart is at peace. Coron […]
By VIANCA GAMBOA Mindanao is not a familiar sight to me. I would spend hours of contemplation every time I set foot here. There’s something distinctive about it that I can’t quite put into words. The first time I’ve ever been on a plane was during a trip to Singapore, so domestic flights feel just […]
Compiled by CEDIE SALIDO In history, clothes have more significant meaning. Traditional dresses and national costumes are best illustrations of this, like Japan’s kimono and our very own baro’t sayo and barong Tagalog. These pieces are more than mere clothes, but rather a significant heirloom that represents the rich culture of the respective country. Today, […]