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Mangubat is recognized for her noteworthy efforts to steer and maintain an independent and professional community press in Cebu. Mangubat, publisher and acting editor-in-chief of Cebu Daily News, is the third community journalist to receive the
Search Guest Column "The greatest challenge in American politics and government is that liberals lie better than conservatives tell the truth." -- Newt Gringich I swear I cannot understand all the shock and dismay in the media about the president's
Design Video Video In the studio around the back and up the stairs, he makes his art work often obsessed with technology and pop culture. Off the living room, in the nook with the huge window overlooking the creek, he two-finger-types his books...
September 2, 2013 Track review of "Of The Facts (for Marshall McLuhan)" Each of these three extended pieces is dedicated to great twentieth century innovators who specialize in distinct disciplines. Led by Chicago outside jazz luminary Ken Vandermark,
Search Guest Column The victims of the holocaust will, no doubt, be happy to learn how compassionate and humane were the Nazis running the death camps. Not to mention the inmates of Prison S-21 in Phnom Penh, where over fifteen thousand Cambodian men,
Despite its heat and humidity, August isn't cruel like April, but it taps deeper into melancholy. The days grow shorter, sunlight becomes less intense and shadows lengthen, shading the edges of experience...I'm sitting on a park bench in Woods Hole,
Story Consider the role of cellphones, instant messaging and the larger Internet in the Occupy movement and the Arab Spring. What began as tools of command and control in the hands of the military and the business world became the means of organizing
A few months ago I was asked to put together a presentation about the future of social. As would be expected, I was pretty overwhelmed with the topic and turned it over and over in my head trying to figure out the best way to approach the question.
Patsy Pehleman The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Apr. 10 2013, 12:01 AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Apr. 10 2013, 12:01 AM EDT Philosopher, journalist, teacher, original thinker. Born Sept. 4, 1946, in Nottingham, England, died Oct. 29, 2012,
But what if scientific developments are prefigured by artists, who elucidate new concepts and manners of expressing space, light and time which capture the essence of radical new approaches to theoretical physics years before they actually occur?...