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A Family Affair
"I have to work late tonight. My favorite TV show is on right now. I have band practice. I'm too exhausted to cook..."
These are but few of the excuses we hear from family members (ourselves included) come dinnertime. In this day and age, gathering as a family at the dinner table is quite hard to accomplish, some would even say impossible. This is especially true of families with children aged 12 and up and with both parents working full-time. Each family member is involved in his or her own activities that time spent with the family is reduced to just a few hours a week.
Here lies the importance of the family dinner--making up for lost quality time. According to an article on the value of sharing meals by Gayle Peterson, "Sharing family dinners sets the stage for us to value our family relationships, rather than take them for granted..." Read more >>
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| Dancin' the Night Away
by Anna Teresa Tetangco
Where have all the party people gone on Friday and Saturday nights? Of course, to places where all they do are dance, drink and dance again all night long. For only a couple of hundred bucks, these party goers can already have hours of fun not just with friends but also with people they do not even know who are just partying like they do. Dance clubs have been haven for people who have been tired and exhausted from the week that has just passed. Aside from being a sanctuary for dancing, it is also a great place to meet new people. Kultýre went on an expedition to find three of the most famed dance clubs in the metropolis on Saturday nights. Read more >>
Night Out With Drinks |
by Zeri Yulo
The very first time I had a taste of alcohol was when I was two or three. Being a curious little kid, I wanted to find out what my dad was drinking. So without being fully aware, I got to drink my first beer, which my dad said I enjoyed. (I wouldnít be saying that now.) My second time came in high school. I thought my cousinís drink was some kind of strawberry drink but only to find out after a big gulp that it was spiked. Drinking alcohol is basically an acquired taste. Read more >>
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