Budj sent
around a couple of pages of his new comic Trese (with Ka-jo Baldisimo) last
month, and I thought it quite an intriguing premise. Like Lola Basyang meets
Underworld meets CSI: Miami. Visit his blog to reserve a copy (I did!), or
visit the Alamat booth at the Komikon (October 22, UP Bahay ng Alumni).


“Contemporary dance choreographers
pay tribute to women poets in celebration of the Centennial of the Feminist
Movement in the Philippines in “Ars Poetica,” an evening of dance and poetry, on
Oct. 22 and 23, 2005, 8pm at Dance Forum Space, 38 West Avenue. The program is
presented by Myra Beltran’s Dance Forum, the National Commission on Culture and
Arts, Subcommittee on Culture and the Arts, NGO-GO National Network for the
Feminist Centennial in cooperation with Air

This contemporary dance concert
features “high priestess of poetry” Virginia Moreno’s poem “Order for Masks” in
collaborative choreography by Myra Beltran, Paul Morales and Bunny

For more information: call
3733567 or visit here and here.

(and where is that blog you’ve been
swearing to write):

Sale. APC, CPCompany, Paul
Smith, Y3 & Yohji at a fraction of the price. October 18 to 28, excluding
Sunday. Y3 shoes, Puma & Marni available beginning October 20. Go to 41 Sta.
Maria Street, Barangay Kapitolyo. Cash only. No holds, no return, no

New blogs to

is our resident Naruto fanatic and digital retouching goddess, and her blog is
called Streaks
of Light.

I knew
Noelle in
college, and I have always admired her writing. She edited Fast Food
and it was her doing that my blog was featured in an Elle
Singapore article. Read Noelle’s Notes to Nowhere – you’ll be glad you