February 24, 2020
Postwar Ramona Apartments in Manila demolished
‘Crash Landing on You’ has descended into our hearts
I get P1,000 monthly allowance from city gov’t of Manila—this is how I spend it
Wearing face masks, people go makeup free, change style
Kendall Jenner headlines London Fashion Week’s Burberry show
Nico and Solenn, for real
10 makeup settings sprays, 10 different ways
Main takeaways from London Fashion Week
When skincare meets makeup: Introducing the BYS Cosmetics Full Coverage line
New Banksy artwork vandalised
London’s ‘chewing gum man’ fuses art with recycling
WATCH: The new Bawal Clan drop directed by Mark Nicdao
‘Pasko sa Palacio’ highlights an old-fashioned way of celebrating Christmas
Smart inspires aspiring content creators nationwide with “Smart Play: Vlogger Camp”
A cooking competition that aims to make recipes and stories to life-long legacies
He, she, they: Americans and the choice of gender pronoun
How Habi makes a difference in the lives of Filipino weavers
UAAP Season 82 medals made of bullet shells from Marawi siege
Mark Bautista on love: ‘She has to be understanding of my situation, that I’m bisexual’
Mark Bautista has played a diverse range of characters onstage from a love-struck college kid in 9 Works Theatrical’s “Eto Na! Musikal nAPO!”…
Why you fell for ‘Crash Landing on You’
So whom [sic] do we contact to nominate #HyunBin for @people Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive? #CrashLandingOnYou” This was tweeted by a socialite mom…
John Grisham takes a stand with his 34th novel
John Grisham has done some amazing things. The lawyer-turned-writer has over 300 million copies of his books in print, has nine movies to…
Weldon and Epperson: A deeper way of seeing
“To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower Hold Infinity in the palm of your…
Fashionable feathers: Italian designer’s life in plumes
PICTURES BY MIGUEL MEDINA. by Céline CORNU Feathers have adorned the most glamorous fashionistas throughout history, from Marie Antoinette to Lady Gaga, and…
Source: Inquirer Southern Luzon
Albay town plans to build life-sized statue for Catriona Gray
In recognition and appreciation for bagging the country's fourth crown in the Miss Universe pageant, the local government of Catriona Elisa Magnayon Gray's hometown Oas is planning to erect a life-sized statue of her in their People's Park.
Albay chorale group bags grand prix award in South Korea
A chorale group from Ligao National High School (LNHS) in Ligao City, Albay won the grand prix award during the 2016 Busan choral festival and competition held in South Korea, besting nine other chorale groups representing various Asian countries.
Calaguas beach gleams again
A three-day cleanup drive in the town of Vinzons in Camarines Norte collected at least two tons of trash from the famous Calaguas group of islands, known for its powdery white sand beach and clear emerald waters.
Painter credits ‘Ina’ with wife’s healing
For Raul Alcomendas, his wife Josie’s recovery from the severe stroke she suffered in 2003 was a miracle bestowed on her by the image of Our Lady of Peñafrancia.
Arts and Culture
Pre-Hispanic burial ground unearthed in CamSur town
A team of archaeologists and graduate students from different universities in the United States accidentally found a pre-Hispanic burial ground amid an ongoing construction work of a multipurpose building in a former cemetery here on Monday.
Emperor to honor war dead
Every now and then, in a narrow alley named Yamashita in Los Baños town, children would cry out, “may mga Hapon!” (the Japanese are here!)
Palani Beach: Masbate’s healing paradise
It’s been there since anyone can remember, a 10-kilometer stretch of white beach in a secluded cove with a charming sunset kept secret by a range of rolling hills.
To save heritage structures, NCCA orders DPWH to stop road project in Sariaya
The National Commission for Culture and Arts ordered the Department of Public Works and Highways, on Wednesday (March 18), to stop its road project in Sariaya, Quezon, that could affect several heritage structures in the locality.
Naga café is one for broken hearts
In a coffee shop with mellow lighting and murals dominated by a huge portrait of national hero Andres Bonifacio, lawyer and street photographer Allan Reiz Macaraig picked out a heart-shaped, pink post-it from a glass window and put it on the table.
‘Gotham’ may be right here on top of Mt. Makiling
The fictional Gotham City, known in comic books as Batman’s home, could be sitting right atop majestic Mt. Makiling—home to around 30 different bat species.
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