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New Year, same old (and mutating) virus

How is 2022 treating you so far? Until now, it has been kind to us. We have returned to normal life this past week after 3 weeks of holidays in Germany with my in-laws. Normal being my husband works from

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Trouble in travel

As much as I would love to hop on a plane, I’m hesitant due to the multiplication of health protocols that seem to change daily. From change of departure dates to flight schedule, the length of time since your last

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Dealing socially

Waking up, I noticed having a headache. We crossed the Seine twice the day before to eat something and I was only wearing my Norwegian sweater hand knit by Synnøve, a blond nurse friend from Ålesund who’s been a reassuring

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Group art exhibit: ‘Regalo’

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO A group art exhibit of diverse Bacolod artists is currently ongoing at the DelaUno Gallery at Burgos Extension, Brgy. Estefania, Bacolod City (accross the Metro Bacolod Hospital and Medical Center) that will run until February. Titled

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My sparkle please

Oooh, la! You people must think this person is really out of hand. I mean, there you are, battered by typhoons and here I am talking about having dinner of boeuf bourguignon. Little do you know… Papá, the doctor, the

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AAB-N year-end group exhibit

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO The Art Association of Bacolod-Negros opened its annual year-end group exhibit at the Negros Museum on December 29, 2021 with Rodney Martinez and Dolly Gatuslao as guests of honor. Titled “A Season of Hope”, the exhibit

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Martinez solo art exhibit

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO A solo art exhibit titled “Martinez in Many Ways” is now ongoing at the Artfull Gallery+Cafe along Lacson-18th streets, Bacolod City featuring the creations of Bacolod artist Rodney Martinez. The body of works of Martinez, a

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‘Gugma’ exhibit

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO Various artworks of 20 Negrense artists are currently on exhibit at the Gugma Arthub and Coffee Shop at Hernaez Avenue, Brgy. Mansilingan, Bacolod City from December 21 to January 15, 2022. Titled “Gugma” or love, the

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A movable feast in Paris

So what did I do for my Christmas Eve’s dinner? Since Paris is on high alert for the dreaded pandemic as France recorded more than 100,000 new infections on Saturday – the highest number reported in the country since the

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Art for a cause

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO An art exhibit for a cause is being held by CANVAS Bacolod in partnership with Raw Art 21 and Babayi Arts group at the Ayala Malls Capitol Central, Bacolod City featuring the works of 23 artists

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Trouble in travel

As much as I would love to hop on a plane, I’m hesitant due to the multiplication of health protocols that seem to change daily. From change of departure dates to flight schedule, the length of time since your last