Experts believe that regular, mass testing for the novel coronavirus is necessary to address the COVID-19 pandemic. Doing this is seen as a way to make sure that people are safe and can help restart economies all over the world. Experts believe that if every person can be tested regularly, it would make a huge […]
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This is probably one of the most confusing pieces of information to date. According to Bill Farmer, the voice actor of Goofy, the cartoon isn’t a dog. (ALSO READ: Disney shares how to make their famous theme park snacks at home) “He is not a dog,” said the voice actor in an interview with Yahoo News. “Pluto is […]
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The Manila Electric Company (Meralco) has announced that it will now waive the PHP 47 convenience fee it has been charging customers for paying their electricity bills online amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This decision was made after the company was questioned by the Department of Energy for charging the said fee for a […]
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As the movie industry tries to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, a “new normal” may be seen in Hollywood red carpets soon. According to Elizabeth Tramontozzi, from Hollywood event planners 15|40 Productions, “Prior to what we’re going through, it was about getting a lot of attention and getting big crowds to come together and sharing […]
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According to sciencenews.org and researchers from Nature Climate Change, CO2 emissions have drastically dropped ever since quarantines and lockdowns were put into effect all over the world. Because of COVID-19, many countries have asked people to remain at home and only leave to buy essentials. Only medical workers and other frontliners have been allowed out, reducing […]
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Cake artists are becoming more and more creative, creating evolved designs and refined techniques that blow people away. With TLC having recently launched a Bakelicious month of May, the cake masterpieces are up and beyond, making us all wish we had one. Here are 5 cake artists who can make your cake dreams come true. […]
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A chocolate chip cookie can come in different forms. And just as there are many different versions out there, there are just as many recipes to create these indulgent treats. Enter Magnolia Bakery, or M Bakery for short. This bakery is famous for its classic American baked goods and desserts. Established in New York City, […]
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If we’re talking about eye-catching bright orange food, one thing that comes to mind is Ilocos empanada. This crunchy handheld pie is filled with meaty longganisa, egg, and shredded papaya. Unlike other empanadas and pies out there, Ilocos empanada is known for its bright orange color. View this post on Instagram Isa na ba to […]
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Ever wanted to train with the UP’s men’s basketball team? Now, you can with their newest weekly live workout sessions at home! Titled “Train Like A Maroon,” the workout video gives you first-hand experience of how the team prepares for their games throughout the year. “The UP Men’s Basketball invites everyone from our Team Bahay […]
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Senator Cynthia Villar clarified her comment about the middle-class receiving government aid during the pandemic. In a Senate hearing on coronavirus measures, the senator said that the middle-class shouldn’t receive government aid during the crisis, drawing negative comments from netizens. (ALSO READ: COVID-19 case lined up for cash aid in this Quezon City barangay) With this, […]
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