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Ladies, unite! A pop-up market by women, for women opens at SM

IN celebration of Women’s Month, beautiful treats await all women at SM! Get awesome finds while supporting female entrepreneurs with SM’s Women at Work Pop-Up Market happening until March 31 in SM Supermalls nationwide. Discover women-led brands in fashion, food, beauty, and wellness as SM Supermalls uses its platform to support women-owned micro, small and […]

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Golden Shower

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Golden Shower

BY KIM ATIENZA Aside from flowering trees like Fire Tree, Golden Shower is another popular choice to beautify gardens and roads. In fact, we also suggest it to prettify our highways. Rows of Golden Shower trees are abundant on South Luzon Expressway and also at NLEX. We certainly hope many more of our roads and […]

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Coffee’s good

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Coffee’s good

BY KIM ATIENZA Coffee is said to be healthier than what we think of it, says a study by US scientists, who claim that coffee probably contributes far more healthy antioxidants to our diet than fruits and vegetables. According to a DPA report, scientists measured the antioxidant content of more than 100 different foods, including […]

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Cancer patient becomes Calasiao ‘cop chief’

BY LIEZLE BASA INIGO CALASIAO, Pangasinan – A big salute to the Calasiao Police Station. To provide further inspiration and strength, Calasiao Police chief Lt. Col. Ferdinand de Asis obliged to the request of a 19-year-old fish ball vendor battling a colon cancer to become a policeman even for a fleeting moment. Albert Abulencia, who […]

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Salmon, malikot

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Salmon, malikot

BY KIM ATIENZA Salmon is a preferred fish in the upscale market. With its surplus of fats, it is rich in Omega 3 oil and is considered among the healthiest foods to eat. But, did you know how hard it is to catch salmon? They live in the ocean deep and are considered good, fast […]

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Good news for tourists: Baguio ditches swab test

BY ALEXANDRIA SAN JUAN Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong announced Wednesday that swab tests are no longer required in the Summer Capital unless mandated by the tourist’s accommodation establishments or public transport providers. The amended Executive Order (EO) No. 21 signed by Magalong indicates that other travel requirements have also been dropped by the local […]

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