2020 Q4 Features The Itinerant Travel Log

Harvey, Jane and Their Olde Carthage Farm: TWO VERY SPECIAL PEOPLE

In the course of their travels oftentimes, The Traveling Chefs meet special people. At few times however, their path comes across with very special ones. When they entered Olde Carthage Farm in Carthage, North Carolina last September, two incredibly special people touched their lives. They will cherish in their hearts its memory. While searching for […]

2020 Q4 Cityscapes Features

The Iniquities of Complacency and Mediocrity

The grade school teachers of Letran College have instilled in me the rigors of academic learning.  Whether these be the principles of diagramming in order to understand the English grammar or the speed of computing mathematical equations, Letran did not settle for mediocrity.  I had to live up to the academic expectations of this venerable […]

2020 Q4 Cityscapes Features

Church vs. Zombies: Gamevangelizing the Gaming World

When will the Church would realize video games “unfulfilled potential”? Community quarantines makes us prisoners in our own homes. So to escape boredom, we need to rethink our activities, revise our schedules to keep ourselves busy again. Keeping busy does not mean working all day long, but somehow making our work a play. For some […]

2020 Q3 Cityscapes Features

Who Am I?

Question begets answer.  But in the midst of a pandemic, it may be an exception.  Not an exception to the rule but exception to reality.  Removed from reality, I am an aberration.  I depart from the usual, normal, typical, and on to obscurity, absurdity, and I dwell headlong as a menace to society.  I am […]

2020 Q3 Editorial Features

Dear Reader

“I do believe in an everyday sort of magic –the inexplicable connectedness we sometimes experience with places, people, works of art and the like;  the eerie appropriateness of synchronicity; the whispered voice, the hidden presence, when we think we’re alone.”  ~Charles de Lint On the revival of Epistoliorum, there is one word that comes foremost […]