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Imelda And The Savior: Big Fights Afoot In The Art World

​Today I want to share with my readers a couple of stories I’ve been following in the art trade over the last few months:

The first involves former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos – she of the shoe closet of all shoe closets – and the art collection which she amassed with her late husband, President Ferdinand Marcos. 503 more words

Art

The Marcos Burial: Duterte fulfilled his promise to the family, Noynoy screwed them

PAST presidents made deals with the Marcos family in varying degrees. The family’s ultimate goal: to restore full recognition of his legacy. And in those different deals and circumstances these leaders approved the Marcos requests, in great measure for their own political protection since they recognized that Marcos forces were still something to contend with. 928 more words

Quelle Obscénité!!! #MarcosNotAHero

I rarely post political opinions on the blog.  But when I saw this article in the London Evening Standard whilst on the train last night I had to express my feelings.  532 more words

Opinions

Don't Buy New Shoes: Let 3-D Printers Make Them

No more need to try on shoes and make decisions about which ones you like. Not to mention testing them for comfort and how they look on your foot, or with your desired fashion look. 342 more words

Technology

EDSA People Power Revolution

Brief History

The footsteps came at break of light. Agapito “Butz” Aquino reckoned that just twenty people answered his call to gather and march to Camp Aguinaldo, where they would take a stand against the Marcos Dictatorship. 467 more words

Blog

First Lady Imelda Marcos Revitalized Struggling Marikina Shoe Industry

In the 1970’s, First Lady Imelda Marcos spent taxpayer money on thousands of pairs of shoes in an attempt to revitalize the struggling Marikina Shoe Industry. 9 more words

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