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Sunday, 19 August 2018

Lifestyle

Seven products dads didn’t know they needed

Your pop has always been there for you, so it’s important to recognize all his hard work, and what better way to do it...

Terno cool

Early this year, beauty queen Maxine Medina was criticized when she wrongly attributed the invention of the terno to former First Lady Imelda Marcos....

Piña-seda exhibit opens at the historic Real Fabrica de Tapices in...

The Philippine Embassy in Madrid and the Real Fabrica de Tapices, through the efforts of the National Museum of the Philippines, the Office of...

Xiaolongkan’s broth might be one of the spiciest things in Manila

Food is incredibly personal, so as this column moves along, it is inevitable that I reveal more and more of myself to the reader....

Culture in every bite

Young restaurateur shares his top picks for Singaporean cuisine It was Singaporean cuisine that ignited renowned young chef Nicco Santos’ simmering, lifelong passion. It was...

Eight travel essentials

Vacation mode is on: you’ve booked a flight, finalized your itinerary, and reserved a room at your favorite hotel. Now that you’re all set,...

Travel guide app showcases best of Davao Region

Tourists planning a trip to the Davao region now have a tool that can give them more in-depth information about the region’s destinations, culture...

Breakfast matters

Your day is only as good as your breakfast. Most Filipinos aren’t always able to hit their energy requirement for the day, with one...

Bantayog Festival upholds Camarines Norte’s rich roots

The Bantayog Festival continuous to relive the rich history of Camarines Norte while celebrating the province’s abundant and glorious blessings. The festival, on its 14th...