This Sunday, take the train and rock for human rights. Since 2005, the volunteer artists of Rock Ed Philippines have been coming together for “Rock the Riles,” an annual celebration of human rights held every Sunday closest to International Human Rights Day (Dec. 10). They turn different MRT stations into playgrounds of sorts— […]
By Compiled by Pam Pastor; Cheche Moral and Alex Vergara
My traffic ordeal seems to be every day; the unpredictable now is predictable—there is ALWAYS traffic on Edsa.
By Cathy Yamsuan
Was it a flashchoir? A choirmob? Whatever anyone calls it, a group of tween to teenage singers brought relief and nostalgia to harried commuters jostling for tickets at the Cubao station of the Metro Rail Transit (MRT), when the youngsters suddenly serenaded them with Christmas carols during morning rush hour last week.
By Julliane Love de Jesus
Everyday ride for train commuters was made colorful by Tang Philippines as its “Ang Kulay ng Pasko” campaign kicked off with a “Karoling Flashmob” this Wednesday morning.
By Lito Zulueta
For the national crime wave to stop. Filipinos may have gotten used to crime and violence that not many seem to have noticed there’s a crime wave sweeping the nation for some time now.