Monthly Archives: November 2016

What are Your Favorite PanahonTV Reporters Reading?

  “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.”   Such were the words of George Raymond Richard Martin, an American…

Facing the Giants

Walking the same streets where some of our nation’s artistic giants left their footprints on is definitely an enriching experience. Angono, a first class municipality in the province of Rizal,…

A Week of Global Disasters

Disasters strike like thieves in the night, unpredictable and dangerous. In a span of six days, they’ve wreaked havoc in different parts of the world, including the Philippines.   Sinkhole…

Know Zika Now

Zika, the mosquito-borne virus captured international attention in early 2015 when an outbreak hit Brazil, where almost 7,000 cases were reported. Since then, researchers have been linking the virus to…

This week’s supermoon, the biggest since 1948

  A vey rare supermoon will appear in the skies this Monday, November 14, 2016.   The term “supermoon” coined by astrologer Richard Nolle in 1979 is a new or…

Anatomy of a Typhoon

Each generation has its share of mind-blowing disasters. For our generation, one of the worst devastations ever to hit our country was caused by Typhoon Yolanda. Today, we remember the…

Hope Shines in Yolanda-Hit Areas

Recovery is still taking place in Yolanda-battered areas, and is expected to be completed in 2017. But how far have we really gone three years after the catastrophe?   It’s…