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SELF-DEFENSE Moalboal’s millions-strong sardine schools sustain many other types of fish, including jacks, mackerel, and tuna. To avoid predators, the tiny fish form complex, flowing shapes. (Danny Ocampo)

Swimming with sardines

By Gregg Yan When I ask people about sardines, they’re usually equated with 555, Ligo, or for the more nostalgic ones, Rose Bowl. But what…

Footprints in the sand

Footprints in the sand

Rain that pours, flooding our hearts With cold freshness, bathing glory Muddy earth beneath our feet Heavy steps along the way. Scorching witness of the…

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This Week in Arts & Culture

Visual Arts At the age of 87, Ed Uygongco is taking his formal artistic bow to the local art community with his collection of works…

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Rhapsody in Blue Glass

By Jullie Y. Daza “Rhapsody in Blue,” inspired by George Gershwin’s music, descended on the 38th annual ball of Friends for Cultural Concerns of the…

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Health and Hospitality

By Alexa H. Bacay While most travelers endeavor to keep away from hospitals while on vacation, a growing number of foreign tourists is actively seeking…

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Sometimes it pays to tell a lie

By Zac B. Sarian You don’t have to tell the truth every time because sometimes it pays to tell a lie.  For instance, a lie…