This week, we take you to the theater for a play on Filipino immigration, to the ocean with an underwater videographer and to a writer's personal journey towards becoming a septuagenarian.
Elaine Elinson, who did the exclusive interview for PF with novelist/playwright Jessica Hagedorn, now does a review of Gangster of Love, the play, showing at San Francisco's Magic Theater until May 11. She describes it as funny and heart-wrenching, which makes it a good one to catch -- and with a 20% discount for PF readers, why not?
PF Correspondent Rey de la Cruz profiles Robert Suntay, marine conservationist and underwater videographer, who talks about what it takes to film some awe-inspiring sights under the sea.
How does it feel to reach 70? PF Correspondent Myles A. Garcia feels it's time to do the things you didn't do in your youth.
Learn more about the US-Philippines Society from former Ambassador John F. Maisto, our Partner post this week.
We have some precious links in our In The Know collection this week:
US Military Bases Disguised as Philippine Bases are Here Again
Meet the journalism student who found out she won a Pulitzer in class
Documentary | Fake news in the Philippines: Dissecting the propaganda machine
Accident that amputated swimmer’s leg led to his Palaro 2018 journey
We go vegan again for our Happy Home Cook recipe with Richgail Enriquez's Kaldereta Stew.
For our Video of the Week, we feature the Philippines' Gourmet Gypsy Art Café, a restaurant which that specializes in ketogenic dishes and trains adults with special needs.