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DNX TECHNOLOGY | Big wave of the future

The year was 1937. The entertainment world was abuzz with the news.

AYA GAMBOA | Celebrating women leaders: First Pinay awardee for Qatar’s Women Leader Award

“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” – William Shakespeare

An officer cries: Melquiades Feliciano’s Bacolod tour of duty

When Melquiades Feliciano speaks of the fight against CoVID, someone familiar with or had been through wars, or battles, can't help but think of images of an invasion.

Sanicas: CoViD vaccine “not likely” to come out this year; 11 vaccine candidates now on Phase 3

It is less than two months to go, and the possibility of a vaccine of the novel coronavirus is not about to become a reality.

Of ghouls, and tiyanaks, and vampires and things that go bump in the night

The celebration of Halloween has been quite controversial over Christian sects, with ultra-conservatives claiming that it is rooted in devil worship (it’s not).

DNX LIFESTYLE | Enter Jazzman: Music for the soul

It’s an evocation of smoky bar lounges, of mob molls draped over pianofortes, of silk stockings and clingy black dresses and slim cigarettes and the mysterious woman in the corner where the spotlight hits her face just so to see a hint of red lipstick and pale makeup.

The need for espresso or Frank Carbon’s frank suggestions

Frank Carbon sat at the western end of the restaurant's left wing when this reporter arrived.

Pinoy Pride: The tale of three Filipinos in the First International Online Cup 2020

An old joke goes: A pedestrian sees a musician getting out of a cab and asks, “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” The artist replies, “Practice, practice, practice.”

Coca-Cola’s Balik Pinas program helps OFWs to restart back home

“I was suddenly jobless, and during a global crisis. I worried about supporting my family,” says Carlos Manzano, 43-year-old breadwinner for a family of...

Real or Faked: The Business Side of CoVid

Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome is the combined presence of Wernicke’s encephalopathy and Korsakoff syndrome, which is most commonly seen as a complication of excessive alcohol intake...

FEATURES | Anthony’s Garden: Green Paradise in the city

The novel coronavirus has brought entire economies to a halt, forcing establishments to reduce workforce, while those suddenly out of jobs -- or those simply bored out of their skulls doing nothing -- have to venture into cooking, or baking, or selling online.

FEATURES | Victorias: Building (ecologically) sustainable communities

In 2012, the United Nations held a Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro, with government and state members hammered out what they called as Sustainable Development Goals, as they come up with a political outcome document that pushes for measures to address pressing political, environmental, and political concerns.
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Bing asks IATF again: downgrade Q status to MGCQ

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - Mayor Evelio Leonardia has requested the National Inter-Agency Task Force (NIATF) to downgrade the quarantine status of the city to modified general community quarantine (MGCQ) by the month of December.

MassKara Coliseum to push through

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - The construction of the P800 million Bacolod Masskara Coliseum and Museum will push through despite delays caused by the pandemic, said Mayor Evelio Leonardia.

Seven-hour outage in areas in Bago tomorrow

Central Negros Electric Cooperative, Inc. informs its consumers that maintenance activities will be conducted tomorrow 28 November Saturday.

Battle of former World Champions who will prevail; Iron Mike or Captain Hook?

Former undisputed heavyweight world champion, Mike Tyson and former four-division world champion, Roy Jones Jr. will square off in an exhibition bout this weekend 28 November 2020 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.