Michael “Eagle” Riggs may be more popular as a comedian and TV host, but not many know that he has, against all odds, seriously taken on a new role as father and mother to a son when no one else would take the child.
Marj Pacheco’s thriving nail spa and RTW boutique businesses were the family’s bread and butter. But when the extended lockdowns due to the covid-19 pandemic forced her to close them down – in the process cutting off a significant portion of the family’s financial resources – Marj decided to shift gears and execute her “Plan B”: baking.
Speaking to NewsFeed 360, incumbent Bangsamoro Atty. General Sha Elijah Dumama-Alba shares her experience as a peace broker in Bangsamoro Region and gives her insights on the role of women in politics.
This Sulu princess thought he was an overbearing military official, and could not even stand him at first. But when tragedy struck, she began to see him in a different light – with dislike turning into friendship that eventually blossomed into love. NewsFeed 360 discovers the heartwarming story of Princess Jacel Kiram and Lt. Col. Moh Yusop Hasan.
As the Covid-19 pandemic rampages across the globe and wreaks havoc on many countries particularly the United States, a young Filipina diplomat finds the silver lining through her art.
Department of Finance Assistant Secretary Antonio Lambino is, without a doubt, destined for service. A nephew of two Jesuit priests, the former Smokey Mountain singer can scarcely remember a life experience that didn’t involve or revolve around being of service to others in some way. Throughout his life and career, he repeatedly found himself in positions where, as he puts it, “the world could make most use of me,” and for these he is forever grateful.
When God’s hand moves, there is no escaping the inevitable – something that ABS-CBN broadcast journalist Willard Cheng found out for himself.
Broadcast journalist-turned-pilot and now Air Asia public affairs manager and spokesperson Steve Dailisan had his fair share of recent losses and wins. As his life colorfully unfolds in the public eye, he inadvertently becomes a symbol of hope and perseverance amid challenging times.
NewsFeed 360 gets a rare chance of having a fun, colorful conversation with journalists Kap Maceda Aguila and Joyce Reyes Aguila, allowing readers a glimpse of their dynamics as two writers in a loving marriage.
For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a baptism of fire; a baptism into the churches of survival, resilience, and patience. It brought unprecedented times for both businesses and individuals, forcing almost everything and everyone to manage all aspects of living from a single base—home.