What’s the tea on loose-leaf blends all over your feed?
Kathryn Bernardo and Angeline Quinto show different faces of ABS-CBN allegiance
As Vivian Velez rejoices over ABS-CBN’s fate, Isabel Rivas slams her for ‘adding insult to injury’
My first social event: Buying farmers’ fresh produce
How do you live in a bubble?
July 13, 2020
Agot Isidro claps back at bashers: Insensitivity is not like accountability
Vice Ganda set to conquer digital world via own network?
‘Go girl!’: RR Enriquez defends Janella Salvador, lambasts Raffy Tulfo on PA issue
Hermes has upper hand in lawsuit against Korean fashion label
Defy the gloomy weather and #BeColorReady with AIGLE’s Signature Collection
Salon-style hair care treatment—at home
Let Gigi Hadid’s facialist school you on the perfect DIY turmeric mask
The Icon Clinic Speaks: How to Achieve a Glowing and Youthful Face at Home
Derma Care for the New Normal
Artists Talk: Alee Garibay on tracing memory and the romance of the painter’s studio
The prodigious baking of artist Bea Belen-Ferrer
Maker’s Musings: Artist Gregory Halili on fatherhood and creativity
Unbox Happiness with Lazada’s 6.6 Bounce Back Sale
Pronti, Partenza, Via!
‘Pasko sa Palacio’ highlights an old-fashioned way of celebrating Christmas
Manila is burning: Drag queens get political and they have some things to say
Hello Kitty gets new boss after 60 years
To cut or not to cut? In US, quarantine slows everything but hair growth
I biked to work: What it’s really like
From my home to my place of work is just under 15 kilometers—not exactly a jaunt, but well within reasonable cycling range. Cruising…
The young legend of Katherine Langford in ‘Cursed’
As if drawing a magic sword unexpectedly from a stone, Katherine Langford has found herself the princess of the screen. The 24-year-old from…
Dalai Lama’s first musical album: Easy but very meaningful listening
In “Inner World,” his first musical album, Tibet’s leader, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, chants key Buddhist mantras and delivers his insights…
Junyee 1st Mindanao artist to bag Gawad CCP award
Widely acknowledged as a pioneer in installation and environmental art, Luis Enano Yee Jr., better known as Junyee, is one of 12 recipients…
Designers, entrepreneurs form PH Fashion Coalition
Fashion designers, manufacturers, retailers and others who work in the country’s fledgling fashion industry have organized themselves into the Philippine Fashion Coalition (PFC)…
Overseas Filipino Workers
Hit musical ‘Caredivas’ opens Peta’s 50th theater season
QUEZON CITY, Philippines – Philippine Educational Theater Association’s (Peta) comedy musical “Care Divas” returns to open its 50th anniversary with a whopping 50 shows from February 3 until March 19 at The Peta Theater Center.
Is it too late to mend her family?
I was an elementary school teacher when I went to work as a nanny in Switzerland. I was 25 and already had three kids. My husband couldn’t find a job and my salary was so small, we could barely afford Jollibee on weekends.
Why Abu Dhabi airport is a hit with OFWs, business travelers
ABU DHABI, UAR—Abu Dhabi international airport’s comforting conveniences make it a favored departure point among Overseas Filipino workers from United...
Filipino cooks take over world’s kitchens
If you are holidaying on a Mediterranean cruise ship, celebrating your winnings at an Asian casino or dining with the...
With many Filipinos living and/or working overseas, their relatives and friends have been victimized by scams involving packages supposedly sent...
Home and Entertaining
Feels like home
The sound of voices speaking in Tagalog catches our attention as we enter Holiday Inn in Cotai Strip Resorts Macau. “Pinoy,” says one of the bellhops, smiling at our group while helping carry our luggage.
Philippe Lhuillier: ‘I’m a different kind of diplomat’
Businessman-diplomat Philippe J. Lhuillier has a soft spot for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs). After serving 11 years in a plum post like Italy as Philippine ambassador, Portugal may seem like a letdown.
Photos & Videos
When bad ‘yayas’ happen to good people
Two weeks ago, I was stunned to read on ABS-CBN’s website about a yaya who had been named and shamed for abusing a three-month-old child.
A response to the ‘love letter to Filipinos’
A recently published “Love Letter to Filipinos” (PDI Opinion page, Feb. 18, 2013) must have lifted the spirit and filled the heart of every Filipino reader with joy—with good reason. We are a people much given to self-denigration. Heaven knows we could use a well-deserved pat on the back, almost as much as we occasionally do deserve a well-placed kick in the butt!
Hit your home runs
My nephew, Kyle Gozo, a young, classy art director, set up his own shop with a partner last year. He’s a Fil-American, the Tom Cruise kind who finished his Advertising course at Columbia University in Chicago.
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