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The women of Hermes Alegre

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ALEGRE. Draws his strength and stability from his family and birthplace.

Women dominate his paintings—in various incarnations and moods, both dressed and undressed. They are the embodiment of the eternal, the ethereal Filipina.

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Group exhibit

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“HAPPINESS” by Nacion

Born in Aklan in 1981, Francisco Tejada Nacion Jr. has been drawing since age 4. He pursued art studies even while he was completing a degree in Computer Engineering at the University of Baguio. Later, he joined the workshops of Fernando Sena and the Saturday Group of artists.

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Alay-Lakad’ on Sept. 7

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FROM LEFT: Ronald Jabal, Bong Osorio and Rochelle Hilario

The Alay-Lakad Para Sa Kabataan celebrates its 42nd anniversary with a walkathon at the Quirino Grandstand in Luneta on Sept. 7. Frank Evaristo, president of the Alay-Lakad Foundation, announced that this year’s theme is “Lakad Para sa Kinabukasan.”

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Gastronomic treats

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SOME of Rastro’s delicious dishes.

Rastro is inspired by El Rastro de Madrid, the biggest open-air flea market in Spain. It’s a place for yuppies with a Bohemian lifestyle and offers Spanish cuisine like paella, lengua, jamon, callos and salpicao.

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‘Yabang Pinoy’

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JOSON. “We need to inspire, encourage and support Filipino products.”

Maricris Sarino-Joson has a background in marketing management, with degrees from De La Salle University, University of California Berkeley and SDA Bocconi University in Italy.

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