April 1, 2020
China’s ‘success’ in stopping pandemic a ‘sheer fabrication,’ says US China expert
Immunity booster vs COVID-19: Turmeric-ginger-garlic tea
Quarantined with cheating wife
Filipino designers’ PPE pattern is 1st ‘medically reviewed’ protective suit design
This Austrian jeweler is Se-ri’s choice
Millennials prefer reusable wedding dresses — report
A Legacy of beauty
Aryanna Epperson’s 10 must-have summer products
What’s the most important relationship you need before your 30s?
Artists Talk: The short and sweet poetry of Lui Alcazaren’s collage art
Art Basel postpones 2020 edition over virus
Need a fun activity to keep your kids busy? Solenn Heussaff and other artists have got some for you!
Pronti, Partenza, Via!
‘Pasko sa Palacio’ highlights an old-fashioned way of celebrating Christmas
Smart inspires aspiring content creators nationwide with “Smart Play: Vlogger Camp”
From retail to relief
Spotify says isolation ups interest in ‘chill’ music
Moscow deserted after shops close to stop coronavirus
Upskill yourself during self-isolation with classes led by industry experts
As the world fights the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, numerous companies have also found ways to help communities during this period of anxiety…
‘Megxit’: Harry and Meghan formally quit royal life
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan formally step down as senior members of the British royal family on Tuesday, as they start a…
WATCH: Give those TikTok videos a rest and watch the real deal thanks to Dua Lipa herself
TikTok videos have, no doubt, taken over our Instagram feed. With celebrities lip-syncing and dancing to the tune of Dua Lipa‘s ‘Don’t…
How Dr. Joven Cuanang found ‘room at the inn’ for exhausted front-liners
Troubled by the news that some front-line health workers were being shunned by fearful neighbors and even turned out by their landlords, instead…
There are light moments, too, like about hazmats, body curves
Dr. Peachy Rosales-Natividad, like most doctors, is scared. But what motivates her to go to University of Santo Tomas (UST) Hospital to battle…
Young actors tell kids why reading is important
“Reading cultivates the imagination.” The words came from a young actor, Miguel Valdez, who joined the Inquirer’s Read...
Arts and Books
Find purpose, be grateful on life’s journey
Stories of new beginnings and finding one’s purpose marked the first session of Inquirer Read-Along for this year on Saturday morning at the newspaper's office in Makati.
Arts and Books
Inquirer and Ayala tell the Filipino story of ‘coming home’
Deeply rooted in the hearts and minds of every 4 out 5 adult Filipinos is their ultimate dream: to...
Healthy holiday surprises from Medicard
It was 9 p.m., and the sixth and 10th floors of Aeon Center in Alabang were bustling with activity. Employees of Personiv were streaming in, clocking in for the night shift. Some were already at their desks working.
Happy 33rd birthday, PDI!
Our paper celebrates a milestone today. Thirty-three years. Imagine that! No one, probably not even its founders, thought it would survive so long.
Scenes from Take Four, sort of
I’ve accumulated quite a few experiences with Inquirer, because I was employed by this newspaper—and quit— thrice. The first time, I lasted just a day, after my article was turned on its head by a now deceased desk editor in 1991.
Lifestyle’s ‘hugot for hope’
To mark the 33rd founding anniversary of Inquirer, the Lifestyle staff goes into our inner selves, confident that in there we will find our own individual and very personal rays of hope and share these with you, dear reader.33rd founding anniversary of Inquirer,
Inquirer Lifestyle’s Best Desserts partners with Honestbee to take care of your sweet cravings
MANILA, Philippines – Craving for a cake, maybe a pastry or anything sweet, but you’re in the middle of something...
Best Desserts Teaser
Be brave amid adversities, kids told at 8th Inquirer Read-Along Festival
With courage and unity, we can prevail amid trying times and persecution.
Arts and Books
Kids told: Stand up to bullies, protect the environment
Stories of courage and strength were featured in the afternoon session of the first day of the Inquirer Read-Along Festival on Friday at the Inquirer main office.
Arts and Books
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