whatabouts

whatabouts

(ˈwɒtəˌbaʊts)
n
informal what one is doing generally; things that are occupying someone
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In the era of Sara, I'm also interested in the whereabouts and whatabouts of Ping Lacson.
The usual caveats obtain: any list of "favourite", "best', "most interesting", "most overlooked", any list at all can only ever be a fraught and freighted frozen moment, subject to any instant's revision and hedged around with whatabouts. Yesterday this might have comprised five other names; tomorrow it might comprise five other again.