Last April saw our now-notorious all-fiction issue hit the stands — you know, the one where we envisioned a Philippines that could have been, with reviews of nonexistent albums, books, and restaurants, coverage of events that never happened, and features on imaginary women. (As we intended, it was pretty convincing — we still get inquiries from people who want to eat at Kagat, the aswang-themed restaurant imagined by Waya Gallardo.)
Am amused to learn that Esquire did something similar way back — with a profile of a nonexistent up-and-coming celebrity. “Forget Gwyneth — forget Mira — here’s Hollywood’s next dream girl!” declared the cover.
May 18th, 2013
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April 25th, 2013
Metro Manila, Philippines –Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) recently held the Smart Move party at [...]