A renowned artist living in a small town in France, a former movie star, an indigenous healer and educator, an international socialite -- these are the dynamic, independent Filipino women who fill our pages this week as we continue to celebrate Women's History Month.
Ofelia Gelvezon-Tequi writes about how living in Limeuil, one of France's most beautiful small towns, has inspired her art.
Lotis Key recalls her exciting days as a rookie theater actress in Standing Room Only, the dinner theater troupe at the late, lamented Hotel Intercontinental in Makati.
Regular contributor Lisa Suguitan Melnick profiles Nati Delson, culture bearer and healer, who brings to the US her rich Kankanaey spiritual traditions.
Our publisher Mona Lisa Yuchengco tells us about her childhood classmate, "The Stunning Isabel Preysler" whose life has taken some interesting turns.
And Read Again Titchie Carandang-Tiongson's winning piece on "The Thoroughly Modern Sofia de Veyra," an early feminist who astonished Washington, D.C.
For our Happy Home Cook feature: a vegan Filipino Crab Cake Omelette perfect for Lent.
For Video of the Week, photographer John Tronco captures a dancing traffic enforcer in the Philippines and creates a video set to Michael Jackson’s “Billy Jean.”