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Introducing MODEKA: A New Art Gallery, Creative Space, And Art Consultancy In Makati City

Joining the flourishing creative scene of the metro, Modeka Creative Space opens its doors this Saturday, December 14th at Warehouse 20A La Fuerza 1,...

This Food Park In Quezon City Has A Witty Way Of Inviting Diners

Newly-opened food park in Quezon City called Kantorini is creating noise on social media because of its hilarious way of inviting diners. Its Facebook administrator...

Dine Like An Authentic Korean In This Manila Restaurant

Whether you're a big K-drama fan, K-pop fan or just want to try Korean cuisine, say no more because we've got you covered. Located...

Visita Intramuros: Reintroducing Manila’s Tourism Belt

The Manila Hotel, in partnership with the Intramuros Administration, has pilot-tested the Visita Intramuros, a tour of the famous walled city, coinciding with the...

The Perfect Study-Cation Spots Around U-Belt

The semester break is finally over; students are finally back and will continue to face tons of paper works, exams, projects, and quizzes in...

WeWork Builds On Strong Southeast Asia Trajectory, Announces Entry To PH

WeWork—a platform for creators that provides the space, community, and services to help people make a life, not just a living—recently announced its entry...

6 Ukay-Ukay Stores In Manila Any Tipid Fashionista Will Love

Just about anybody would love to sport the latest trend, the problem is, outfits that are usually in fashion are quite expensive. Luckily, there...

Game Of Thrones And Harry Potter Fans, This Cafe Is For You

For every Harry Potter and Game Of Thrones fanatic, don't miss the chance to come across this bistro in the South—The Witches Brew Diners. ...

University Belt’s Dormina Espressia Cafe Is Made For Introverts

Cafes give you the peace and quiet needed when it's time to study or to even just hangout. But not everyone has the energy...

LOOK: An Arts And Crafts Store In Divisoria Is A Haven For The Artsy At Heart

For people who love arts and crafts but do not always have enough the budget to splurge on colored pens and stationery. So for...

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Benguet Farmers See Better Yield With New Potato Variety

Potato farmers in northern Benguet are expected to plant more of potato varieties from Canada after a bountiful harvest during their first trial.

Sen. Binay Wants More Transparency On Meralco Bills

BINAY: "While we thank Meralco for giving a refund of the amount it may have overcharged, we are still asking for more transparency on our electric bills."

Dir. Jimenez: DepEd-7 To Conduct Trial Run On New Learning Modality

JIMENEZ: "So far, DepEd in Region 7 is always on the go. There is an ongoing preparation so that we can assure that by the opening of classes on August 24, we will be able to implement the Learning Continuity Plan.”

Guv. Fernando: Over 3K Bulakenyo Students Get Financial Aid

Around 3,314 poor but deserving students in Bulacan have received financial assistance from the provincial government under its "Tulong Pang-Edukasyon para sa Kabataang Bulakenyo" program.

Sen. Go Urges Meralco To Explain Computation During ECQ In ‘Simple Terms’

Isa ka rin ba sa nakatanggap ng mas malaking Meralco bill ngayong community quarantine?

7 New Things You Can Do Using The Lazada App

From booking virtual fitness classes to shopping for cars and motorcycles!

Angono Community Embraces Creativity And Solidarity Amid Pandemic

The community of Angono has found ways to be creative during this pandemic by holding a "Pinoy Big Brother" like show for their Facebook audience!

Mayor: Geronimo: Iloilo City To Restart Economy And Protect Jobs, Businesses

Iloilo City is now working to bring its economy back to protect residents from losing their jobs and businesses.

Garma: Ilocos Norte Teachers Brace For Blended Learning

GARMA: “Our teachers are not just being prepared academically but also mentally and emotionally.”

Electric Coops Told To Tap Fiber Optics For Net Connectivity

Electric Cooperatives (EC) or distribution utilities in the Cordilleras are enjoined to shift to fiber optics to allow the internet signal to reach far-flung communities and provide for the educational needs of students.