Butch Carungay pops his safari cherry with a trip to Makanyi Lodge in the Timbavati Private Game Reserve of South Africa, where he observed wildlife, toasted the African sunset, and made plans to return.
Jing Ramos writes about the Father of Philippine Contemporary Printmaking, Manuel Antonio Sr.
Destiny, or so it seemed, is how this massive wooden house on a hill came together. Almost by pure chance—according to the homeowners—the buying, the water sourcing, even getting their architect, all felt like a series of fortunate events. Though their original house in the city had so many advantages, there is nothing like realizing a dream home, and to this day, the homeowners and their children have no regret of moving up to the heights of Busay hills.
Right from the start of the interview, one thing is crystal clear: Audrey Zubiri takes motherhood very seriously. “I’m sorry I couldn’t make it last Saturday,” she says as she takes her seat inside the quiet café in Makati on a Monday morning. “It was my son’s birthday party. He just turned one.” We had initially asked her to have the interview at an earlier date but she politely asked if we could re-schedule it.