In past years, I had always gone to the Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) on a weekday. This time, someone dared me to get the “full MIBF experience” by attending on a weekend.
A New York City museum is offering visitors a chance to sit on a golden throne, but only in private.
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Auction of rare 19th-century ‘Letras y Figuras’ album; F. Sionil José Young Writers Award now accepting entries
Highlight of Salcedo Auctions’ “The Well Appointed Life” auction on Sept 17, 2 p.m., at the Penthouse of 8 Rockwell is an extremely rare set of 12 watercolors by the 19th-century Philippine artist José Honorato Lozano.
The consumer mindset of “see now, buy now, wear now” will continue to fuel the way retailers deliver the goods, such that fashion entrepreneurs like Charlie Chanaratsopon are looking into new ways on how they could speed up the supply chain. The founder and chief executive of the American accessories brand Charming Charlie says customers’ […]
Alexandra Cousteau was seven when her grandfather, France’s diving legend Jacques Cousteau, taught her to dive. Bonding time was spent literally under the sea pretending she was a mermaid princess while he was the steward king of their underwater universe. It wasn’t surprising, therefore, to see Cousteau, now 42, married with two children, become the […]
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American researchers have created a low-cost textile made of a plastic base that could cool the body when woven into clothing.
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