Fun in Nutrition

Posted On August 14, 2010

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What better way for kids to learn healthy habits than through fun and creative activities? (Read More)

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Scene Stealers

Posted On August 14, 2010

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Review by Gladys Renee B. Calubiran, 11, Holy Spirit School

Running away isn’t always a good idea for children when dealing with problems on their parents, relatives or guardians. Well, that is what the brothers, Prosper and Bo, do when their aunt and uncle force them to separate paths. (Read More)

Cats-tounding!

Posted On August 14, 2010

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Review by Sary Valenzuela, 14

Lea Salonga as Grizabella

I’ve never really been a “cat person”. Being allergic to them all my life, I’ve always thought cats to be dangerous, troublesome, and scary because of their extremely sharp claws. Well, that was until I watched “Cats, Now and Forever” at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP). “Cats” is a multi-awarded theatre musical which boasts of being the second longest running show in Broadway history. After it first opened in West End, London in 1981 and then in Broadway a year later, it instantly gained worldwide recognition as one of the best musicals ever staged. Since then, “Cats” has won the hearts of thousands of people around the globe, moving them with great songs, awesome choreography, and unbelievable acrobatics. (Read More)

Feat for the ‘little’ people

Posted On August 7, 2010

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Text by Julius P. Vicente

The famous showdown of David and Goliath is one of the greatest stories ever depicted in the bible and maybe, one of the greatest stories ever told. David, after all, was the hero of the “little” people, who in his “smallness” managed to defeat the big and mighty Goliath with only a slingshot. His triumph proves that nothing is “too big” if you have faith in God and a little cunning. No wonder, it is still being told until today. (Read More)

Echoes from the North

Posted On August 7, 2010

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By Bryan B. Garcia

The book “Song of the Ifugao” is Trisha’s life story. (Photo by Pinggot Zulueta)

No one is “too young” to make a difference in the world. Just look at Trisha Kitong, who at 10 years old, is already almost single-handedly preserving the Ifugao tradition of chanting hudhud. Trisha currently holds the record for the most number of chants in the Philippines. (Read More)

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