Between Deadlines: Looking for Tintoy

Between Deadlines, a behind-the-scenes column written by contributing reporters and correspondents, ran in the Inquirer from 1986 to 1991. It was revived last month, and now comes out every Saturday, on the second page of the Inquirer’s Op-Ed section. I edit the column in its reincarnated format and work with the contributors; some time ago it occurred to me that linking to their work might not be such a bad idea.

The first column came out on July 28: It features Fe Zamora on the search for Jonas Burgos; Dona Pazzibugan on Gringo Honasan’s "delayed reaction"; Norman Bordadora on Ronnie Zamora’s chutzpah; Abigail Ho on the mass exodus at the Department of Energy; and Allison Lopez on Fred Lim’s cellphone preferences (hint: he has none).

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