Nag-abiso ang Manila Electric Company (Meralco) na pansamantalang mawawalan ng kuryente ang ilang lugar sa Caloocan City, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna at Quezon province ngayong linggo: CALOOCAN CITY - Bahagi ng Vanguard St. mula San Vicente Ferrer St. hanggang at kasama ang Pechayan at Susano Sts. sa PHHC Camarin Area D Subd.; at Purok 5 sa Bgy. Camarin. DAHILAN: Pagpalit ng mga poste at line reconductoring works sa iba-ibang lugar sa Bgy. Camarin, Caloocan City. BULACAN (SAN JOSE DEL MONTE CITY) - Bahagi ng Villa Muzon Subd. sa Bgy. Muzon. DAHILAN: Line reconductoring works at pag-install ng karagdagang lightning protection devices sa loob ng Villa Muzon Subd., Bgy. Muzon, San Jose Del Monte City, Bulacan. CAVITE (DASMARIÑAS CITY, IMUS, GEN. TRIAS, AT SILANG) - Bahagi ng Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Highway mula The Sisters of Mary Girlstown Biga Campus hanggnag at kasama ang Eurotiles, The Sisters of Mary Boystown Adlas Campus, Ginga Farm and Cord Chemicals; BLISS Compound at Baguio … [Read more...] about News #WalangKuryente: Power interruption sa Luzon sa Pebrero 4-10
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By Bruce DeMara Data Enterprise Reporter Thu., Oct. 4, 2018 Let the Corpses Tan Starring Elina Lowensohn and Stephane Ferrara. Co-written and directed by Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani. 92 minutes. Opens Friday at TIFF Bell Lightbox. STC Set in a secluded mountain retreat amidst some ruins, Let the Corpses Tan soon becomes a crowded affair. A cluttered one at that, in the hands of filmmakers Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani, who bring an excess of visual style and imagery to a story that might have been better served by greater loyalty to narrative coherence. Article Continued Below Still, it’s easy to see why some cineastes are going to enjoy this unconventional heist tale, full of violence, double crosses and good old-fashioned karmic justice, based on a 1970s French pulp fiction novel. The artistic Madame Luce (Elina Lowensohn) gets her kicks painting, smoking cigars and enjoying a life of leisure with some dear friends when a bloodthirsty … [Read more...] about Let the Corpes Tan a wild visual ride
We’ve been told that positive thinking creates miracles. But wait, there’s more! The classic advice is for us to spend a great deal of time visualizing in our mind whatever it is that we wish for while paying little or no attention to the obstacles and limitations. There are even books promising that we can get what we desire by simply using the law of attraction. No effort required. The book "Rethinking Positive Thinking" by psychology professor Gabrielle Oettinger offers an opposite point of view, but perhaps a more effective method. To dream or to do? In numerous experiments, Dr. Oettinger and her team proved that the more people engaged in “positive fantasies”, the less success they had in real life. She wrote, “In the face of a big challenge or chore, people often fantasize about how it feels to have achieved it. In the moment, the fantasy feels good, and it also feels relaxing —so much that we don’t take action.” She noted that many … [Read more...] about News OPINION: What’s so much better than positive thinking?
MANILA -- What do National Artists H.R. Ocampo, Cesar F. Legaspi, Vicente S. Manansala, Arturo R. Luz, Ang Kiukok, Jose T. Joya, Benedicto “BenCab” Cabrera, Federico Aguilar Alcuaz, Carlos “Botong” Francisco, F. Sionil Jose, and Cirilo F. Bautista have in common? They were either founding leaders of or major players in the growth of The Saturday Group of Artists or simply the Saturday Group, the country’s premier artists’ group. Joining them through the group’s historied 50 years are 247 accomplished artists and art lovers, led by founder Alfredo “Ding” Roces and core members Tiny Nuyda, Eduardo Castrillo, Manuel Baldemor, Juvenal Sansó, Mauro Malang Santos, and Rodolfo Paras-Perez. Their enduring bond of friendship is honored in a commemorative exhibition called “Saturday Group Gold: Celebrating 50 Years in Art”, which gathers 112 artworks from past and present members, at the 440-square-meter Bulwagang Juan Luna … [Read more...] about News 100+ artworks relive 50 years of Saturday Group