Stand up for Stockton

AROUND TOWN By Rey Andres The residents of Stockton City in San Joaquin Valley did not like that for the second year, the city has been named by Forbes magazine again as “America’s most miserable” and they are mad as hell and are fighting back. The city of...

The drawbacks of fame and fortune in boxing

AROUND TOWN By Rey Andres New boxing sensation Nonito Donaire is set to follow the footsteps of Philippine boxing hero, Manny Pacquiao when he chalked up victory number 26 with a clean knockout punch on 2:25 minutes of the 2nd fight with Mexican Fernando Montiel in Las Vegas last...

Web tech has made the world a real stage

By Rey Andres The world indeed has become an open stage just like The Truman Show in the late 90’s where the life of an insurance salesman portrayed by Jim Carrey was shown entirely on TV.
The more organized television networks many times are beaten to their fields where...

People Power Revolution in the Philippines and Egypt

By Rey Andres The will of the people mattered and won in the Philippines and Egypt 25 years apart. The Philippines’ People Power Revolution also known as the EDSA Revolution in 1986 marked the restoration of a country beset by problems from years of neglect and apathy. The...

Resources abound for the business-minded

By Rey Andres The year 2010 proved to be a challenging one for a lot of people as they see little light at the end of the tunnel.While there are claims that the economy has improved somewhat, still figures do not measure up in the job sector. Unemployment has diminished a bit...

Pasko sa ‘Pinas: The longest and merriest in the Christian world

By Rey Andres THE Philippines comes alive in the months of “ber” which signals a long national celebration unparalleled in the Christian world. The celebration fever affects more than 80 per cent of Filipinos whose piety dates back to the time when the Spaniards...