Following the incident last September 29, 2019 during the game between the Ateneo Blue Eagles and UP Fighting Maroons, UAAP Commissioner Jensen Ilagan filed a memorandum to UP Head Coach Bo Perasol. WATCH: UP players pacify their coach who is seen angrily charging towards a referee. #UAAPSeason82 Video: Mark Demayo, ABS-CBN News pic.twitter.com/8adteyLXnx — ABS-CBN […]
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Word spread rapidly about Panda Express opening after the announcement in 2018 that Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC), one of the world’s largest and fastest growing Asian restaurant companies, would partner with Panda Restaurant Group to bring Panda Express to the Philippines. Well, get ready to hop on the food train as Panda Express is set […]
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R-16 | 2h 55 min | September 06, 2019 (Philippines) | Horror, Thriller Seeing a film with celebrities sure is exciting but what better way to seeing a horror film than by watching it with Pennywise who you know as a shape-shifting, children-eating evil monster at the luxurious Director’s Club Cinema’s newest branch at The Podium Mall. You wouldn’t know when he’ll surprise you while the jump-scare […]
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Filipino-made music lives! Once again, the BGC Arts Center with Sun Life Foundation, will celebrate Filipino-made music across genres and across generations in the Pinoy Playlist Music Festival (PPMF) 2019! Pinoy Playlist Music Festival will be held on Oct 11, 12, 13 and 18, 19 and 20. For 6 six nights in the 3 performance […]
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Words by Misha Fabian I recently chanced upon an article written by a girl who had gotten into a car accident. She wrote about how in the moments where she was suspended upside down in her car, the faces of all the people who meant the most to her flashed by quickly. Luckily, she was […]
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Words by Meldrick Tin Photos by Joshua Go Fun runs are a great cardio workout for people who want to lose weight and drop calories. In Metro Manila, a lot of fun runs are organized as great bonding experiences for families and friends alike. However, have you ever heard of a fun run where instead […]
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Adolescence is the period when teenagers must decide for a path to take them to their dreams. It is the time for them to establish independence and identity, and develop life principles as they become more responsible for their actions and decisions. This growth often starts as they gain knowledge in school and learn their […]
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‘Education’ is a buzzword, but access to a relevant and enabling education is not. Let us raise our children’s voices by enabling them BE THE CHANGE! Come with us in a day of learning, and a night of empowerment! Tara na’t maki-#Pahiraya2019 We have been told that education is the key to success and that […]
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Words by Nadine Bufi Photos by Lexi Aguila With climate strikes at full swing and cutting words by influential individuals all over the world, now is as good a time as ever to act. As a Filipino, there are many ways to lessen your carbon footprint and create a future of change. Here are 10 […]
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Words by Misha Fabian Insecurities suck. There’s no mincing words with this one. They could turn beautiful days into the absolute worst ones at the turn of a dime. It always starts with the smallest things- seeing someone else seemingly doing better and you suddenly start to zero in on the things you don’t like […]
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