Julius D. Mariveles

Julius D. Mariveles
An amateur cook who has a mean version of humba, the author has recently tried to make mole negra, the Mexican sauce he learned by watching shows of master chef Rick Bayless. A journalist since 19, he has worked in the newsrooms of radio, local papers, and Manila-based news organizations. A stroke survivor, he now serves as executive editor of DNX.

Fantastic Four lose labor case

The Fantastic Four faction of the feuding Yanson clan lost another case, this time in the labor front, after an arbitration branch of the...

Army brigade chief backs Robin

BACOLOD CITY - The commander of an Army brigade based in the island is supporting the holding of localized talks with Maoist rebels as...

F4’s four legal options

BACOLOD CITY - The "Fantastic Four" faction of the wealthy Yanson clan has four legal options following their courtroom defeat, the latest in the...

Y3 victory: Court dismisses eldest son’s group’s petition versus Yanson matriarch, youngest son

BACOLOD CITY - A regional trial court judge has dismissed the petition for injunction filed by eldest Yanson sibling Roy and his three other siblings against clan matriarch Olivia, and the youngest son, Leo Rey who has retained control of the Yanson Group of Bus Companies after a series of take overs and retake overs following the July 7 board meeting that ousted Leo Rey.

Bah, humbug or are we “Scrooging” this Christmas?

BACOLOD CITY - Millgate prices of sugar averaged at P1,480 per 50-kilo bag last September 15. "That is good enough," Frank Carbon, who heads the...

Once solid Negros public transport splinters further, ex-comrades now on either side of the line

BACOLOD CITY - There used to be an epoch when talk of an untat biyahe (Hiligaynon for transport strike) would strike fear in the...

Ceres, drivers org to continue plying routes

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - Bus giant Ceres Liner is not joining the one-day nationally-coordinated transport strike today while one transport group will continue to field public utility jeepneys in major routes here.

Ashes of time: memories of covering peace talks, war, and people on the ground

(With apologies to Wong Kar Wai) The sound of a revolutionary song Ang Masa being whistled, and the rustle of grass, and leaves against my...

Negros jeepney drivers split on Monday transport strike

BACOLOD CITY - There can be no full paralysis of public transport here despite plans for a nationally- coordinated strike Monday. Marcelo Ochia, chairperson...

Bah, humbug or are we “Scrooging” this Christmas?

BACOLOD CITY - Larry (not his real name) looks across the main dining hall of his restaurant, gets a table napkin and wipes the...
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