Words by Kathlene Masilongan We all love skincare. Who doesn’t? I mean, yes, we get lazy sometimes and don’t have the energy at the end of the day to follow a thousand steps to pamper our skin, but the good news is that you don’t need to do every single step if you don’t feel […]
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Gamecon Philippines, a gaming event that all ages will surely enjoy is happening on April 6-7 2019 in at SMX Convention Center, Pasay City. Enjoy your summer as Gamecon provides variety of games from video games, arcade, console, PC, mobile games and from tabletop games to virtual reality applications. The guests can also enjoy the […]
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Kick off the summer season with a blast with Eats Sunny at Paseo! Celebrate the first Sunday of April with the best of Mercato Centrale merchants featuring outdoor barbecues, refreshing drinks, sweetest desserts, and booze. To make it extra special, we added arcades and games for Makatizens to enjoy! If you happen to live in […]
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The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) released an advisory to warn the public of temperatures possibly reaching 38 degrees Celcius in Metro Manila this April. It may even soar to 39.5 degrees Celcius in Tuguegarao City, Cagayan. They strongly advise citizens to be mindful of the heat and to stay hydrated. While 38 […]
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Have you ever wanted to visit a place so badly but know that, at the same time, you would never realistically have the budget to do so? For me, that place was always the Maldives. The island paradise has been a place to tick off in my unlikely bucket list for years — and I’m […]
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Illustrator Feanne Mauricio recently made public her struggle with United Kingdom (UK) brand Rixo for allegedly plagiarizing her artwork to use as designs for their “original hand-sketched” prints. An artwork she had initially published in October 2014 bears identical elements to a fabric print Rixo released in 2016. Feanne has since taken legal action and had […]
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Words by: Miko Insame Photos by: Ateneo Blue Repertory Ateneo Blue Repertory caps off its 27th production season with Spring Awakening, the Tony-award winning musical created by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater. In a story that revolves around sexuality, puberty, mental illness, and the divide between parent and child set against the backdrop of 1890s […]
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Words by Cathlyn Mae Botor Photos by Franchesca Nicole Collantes After four years, Lawson’s lead vocalist Andy Brown went back to the Philippines and held a one-night acoustic session at SM Skydome in SM City North EDSA last Saturday, March 30, 2019. It was back in 2015 when the pop-rock singer came here and performed […]
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Words by Kelly Punzalan Photos by Danielle Capuyon I’m sure we’re all dying to get our dose of Vitamin Sea, but trying to make plans with your barkada can be a real headache. Everybody’s just so busy these days with work, school, family affairs, and other “adulting” duties. I hope you don’t give up on finding […]
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An earlier ban an all liquids had, until very recently, been implemented by train management on Light Rail Transit Lines 1 and 2, as well as the Metro Rail Transit. This ban was previously in place due to the bombing of the Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Jolo, Sulu in late January. […]
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