Kara Ortiga

Kara Ortiga is a writer and the editor in chief of Supreme.
 
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Boiled pig snout. Blood sausages. A pint of craft beer brewed with Sagada oranges, clubbing to country music, and drinking with a bone hunter. Kara Ortiga visits Baguio to gorge on their local food-only to find a more interesting, outré side to the Cordilleras.
 
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In 2012, all of 124 indigenous people, fisherfolk, and farmers from Casiguran marched 370 km to Manila. The trip spanned over 17 days to protest the intrusion of an ecozone claiming their ancestral land. Five years later, we revisit this pacific town and the waters threatened by clashing views on development.
 
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So what if the fight is fake? These Pinoy wrestlers are living their best secret lives.
 
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The renowned ad man on the political powers of advertising and the resurrection of reading.
 
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Our bet for Miss Intercontinental 2017 is a Woman We Love.
 
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How a minor car accident led the author to the path of Bitcoin: what it is, why it’s revolutionary, and how it can be abused.
 
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His children are children before they're ever social media stars.
 
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Never-before-seen photos from the cover story of Esquire's August 2017 issue.
 
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What it's like to be a sales, PR, marketing associate by day, and a label-loving, sexually adventurous hedonist by night.
 
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“I’m sure kids in traditional schools have lots of one-ups over our kids,” says Kiddo. “But I noticed that mine are very comfortable with people of all ages. They respect adults, but they also seem to treat them as equals."
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