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Saturday, 17 November 2018

Opinion

Beachin’

A place is as vibrant as its people and so whenever you can, mingle with the locals. Talk to them. There seems to be so...

There’s a secret

I remember the first time I went to Wooden Horse. The steakhouse in Molito is kitsch with a capital ‘k,’ with figures of cowboys...

REVIEW | ‘A Simple Favor’

Hilarious version of ‘Gone Girl’. Director Paul Feig, known for female-driven comedies such as Bridesmaids, Spy and The Heat, has a way with women. A...

Turning two

Diners looking for Pinoy comfort food will also be happy to find lots of classic Filipino favorites on the desserts menu. Two years ago, on...

No muss, no fuss dressing

When a woman comes of a certain age, she takes a long look at her wardrobe, and starts paring it down—or at least, that’s...

An underwhelming meal at Vietnamese outlet Propaganda

When Propaganda opened not too long ago, there was sufficient hype around the restaurant. It is often this way for franchises that are imported...

Christmas in September

Crackling pork bagnet, paella Valenciana, spicy shrimp gamberetti and classic Caesar Salad were served and they were big hits. In the Philippines, Christmas starts when...

Charo: Live your ‘authentic’ self

Have you ever wondered how Charo Santos-Concio manages to sound like one’s favorite aunt, “soothing” whatever ails the heart while reading some of the...

Sparking joy vs obliterating history

In the senator’s old home office, which we used as my study (seldom used) and my husband’s dark room (never used), the damage (and...