My first social event: Buying farmers’ fresh produce
How do you live in a bubble?
Netizens lambast Alfred Vargas for ‘playing safe’ in ABS-CBN franchise renewal voting
Kiana V on depression, anxiety: ‘Open up, let your loved ones love you’
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Miss Earth to go virtual in November
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July 12, 2020
Vice Ganda set to conquer digital world via own network?
Agot Isidro claps back at bashers: Insensitivity is not like accountability
‘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
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…
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…
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…
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)…
How to lighten dark elbows, knees caused by floor workouts
There are many factors that cause dark skin. One that stands out is friction. Many women leaning and kneeling on the workout…
Kamayan: How to enjoy food the Filipino way
“The Dinner” is a film by Safeguard Philippines that brought together celebrities from different industries, Boy Abunda, AiAi delas Alas,...
Stars celebrated 1st anniversary of Greenfield District’s Sunset Fair with a Celebrity Christmas Bazaar
The stars have aligned to make the first anniversary of Greenfield District’s Sunset Fair a truly memorable affair. Sunset Fair...
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Family, friends–and all things Pinoy
Life is indeed a continuous celebration that should be enjoyed with contentment. My life has been filled with overflowing blessings, including celebrating my hubby Dennis and my 23rd wedding anniversary yesterday, June 24. We are spending a relatively quiet weekend in Tali Beach, with just family and a few close friends we’ve gotten to know over the decades.
All kinds of hotdogs, ‘tinapa’ Caesar salad, 40-clove boneless chicken
There are dozens of restaurants opening these days. There is a wide range of concepts— European, American, Asian— and I’ve noticed a lot of Pinoy concepts, too.
A subjective analysis of buffet spreads in the city
Eat-all-you-can deals are such a hit, they’re all over the country.
Be Pinoy, enjoy!
PINOY is what Filipinos call each other. It’s an abbreviated term of endearment—you’re Pinoy from Pilipino, just like you’re Tisoy from mestizo, or Chinoy from Chinese-Filipino.
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Pinoy Yale grad a YouTube sensation
After US President Barack Obama’s, the US Olympic Swimming Team’s and even Cookie Monster’s renditions, does anybody seriously want to hear one more cover of “Call Me Maybe”?
Time to pitch in and lend a hand–even if the Pinoy is waterproof
Water has once again showed its mighty force, and we have felt its wrath over the past weeks. It’s a good thing the Pinoy is waterproof and can weather any storm.
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The Filipino always goes the extra mile
I enjoy flying, especially since, for many years now, I have been blessed to get free business-class tickets. The silence inside and the quiet hum of the engines give me time to pull myself together.
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