TO THE beat of pumping pop music, Martivo’s name appears on the screen, dressed up in rainbow shades and leopard prints. In glittery pink shorts, a coat with a pink bow, and rainbow-printed socks, Martivo steps out on the runway. Martivo isn’t a model. He’s not here to play; he’s here to fight, and he wins. He’s out, loud, and proud — and he can beat you up.
AMIT PALEY, 37, is head of the Trevor Project, a charity that focuses on at-risk LGBTQ youth. This year the group was one of the five grand marshals for New York’s Pride March, which celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising in addition to welcoming WorldPride to America for the first time.
PHOENIX Petroleum Philippines, Inc. is asking the consent of the holders of its P1.375-billion fixed rate notes to adopt certain amendments to the trust agreement between the company and China Banking Corp., it told the stock exchange on Tuesday.
AUSTRALIA executed its first back-to-back interest-rate cuts in seven years and left the door open for additional easing as policy makers attempt to support a slowing economy and try to rekindle dormant inflation.
PHINMA Energy Corp. and its unit Phinma Petroleum and Geothermal, Inc. (PPGI) have named new directors to take over the seats vacated by their previous owners in line with the takeover by Ayala-led AC Energy, Inc. of the listed energy companies.
FOUR performers from Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Malaysia, in collaboration with dramaturg Julia Hesse from Germany and director Leandro Kees from Argentina, will perform a creative and contemporary take about empathy and antipathy facing cultural differences through a non-verbal theater and dance performance, entitled The Strangers, on July 8 and 9, 6 p.m., at the Black box Theatre, School of Design and Arts, De La Salle College of Saint Benilde, Malate, Manila.