Listen To Your Instincts

By: Francis Lloyd Ramos Sauza Photos by: Jiggy Aquino Cruz YOU CAN’T please everyone. The only thing you can really focus on is living your life. If someone doesn’t like what you do, just remember it’s not personal and keep expressing yourself the way you want to. Just take it from the 32 year-old Marvel Comics vlogger […]

Achieve your #Hairgoals with Watsons!

“Beware of her fair hair, for she excels. All women in the magic of her locks; And when she winds them round a young man’s neck, she will never set him free again.” –Johann Wolfgang von Goethe WHETHER it’s hair color, styling, or simply the way it blows in the wind, a woman’s hair is […]

Redress Design Award 2018 finalists announced

FOLLOWING a worldwide search for sustainable fashion design talent, 11 finalists have been announced for the Redress Design Award 2018.Representing 11 different regions including Hong Kong, India and the UK, the designers embody a growing movement to bring textile waste back into fashion and take the circular economy mainstream. Organized by environmental NGO, Redress, the […]

Cebu utility makes bills payments more convenient

CEBU CITY – Customers of the Visayan Electric Company (VECO) can now practically pay their bills anywhere in the country with close to 8,000 third party agent (TPA) partner establishments to date. VECO now has a total of 7,820 TPA affiliates nationwide, further strengthening the Cebu-based utility’s bid to make it more convenient for customers […]

5 unique museums in the PHL check out

MUSEUMS, despite its boring reputation, can be great venues to spend an entire afternoon; the trick is to find ones that pique your interests or feature displays and artifacts that you can touch and interact. In honor of May being the National Heritage Month, allow us to list a few unconventional museums found all over […]

Better Your Best

By: Ancel Marie B. Mondia MICHAEL Angelo Dejando, 20, of Oton, Iloilo, who is one of the 2018 Elite Circle of Five awardees of The Outstanding Students of Iloilo Awards (TOSIA), has established his purpose and is prepared to carry it out. When he began his journey at West Visayas State University College of Education, he […]

Nobleza’s art and architecture

By: Ancel Marie B. Mondia FRANK Alexi Nobleza, 41, of La Paz, Iloilo City, is back in the Iloilo art scene after two decades of focusing on architecture. Nobleza describes his art as a continuous learning process. He discovered his talent when he was in college where he joined school contests and local art competitions. He […]

You Are Beautifully and Wonderfully Made

By: Francis Lloyd Sauza Photos by: Sig Aldeen EACH and every one of us is on this earth for a reason. No two people are alike—that is what makes each and every one of us so magnificent and special. It’s human nature to judge ourselves, to judge others, and when we’re feeling insecure we start comparing ourselves […]

Carve and Create

By: Ancel Marie B. Mondia Tyrone Dave Espinosa, who comes from a clan of wood carvers, describes his art as a form of surreal expressionism that depicts brutality signified by piercings and chains, a negative appearance which holds a positive significance. Raised in Bago City, Negros Occidental, he is the eldest of the five children of […]

A Farmer and his farm school

By: Ancel Marie B. Mondia Ereberto Jucaban, the 2017 Regional Gawad Saka Outstanding Integrated Farmer of Western Visayas, continues to train farmers on rice-based integrated farming system at the Pagsanga-an Farm School established in 2013 and located at Barangay Pagsanga-an, Pavia, Iloilo. As one of the learning sites of the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center VI, […]


INVEST, INVEST, INVEST Mayor seeks investments in land, buildings By: Maricyn A. De los Santos IF THE Duterte administration has its “Build, Build, Build” mantra, Mayor Jose Espinosa III has created one for Iloilo City – “Invest, Invest, Invest.” “I am asking businessmen to invest in Iloilo City. If President Digong (Duterte) says, ‘Build Build Build’, […]