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Whether you love science, arts, or culture, you’ll surely enjoy spending time in museums as they showcase the arts, traditions, and culture of Filipinos as well some amazing inventions and displays. Essentially, you will never run out of things to learn from these places.  They’re not only educational but they’re

By Renselyn Estipular The Philippine Independence Day, also known as “Araw ng Kalayaan,” which falls on June 12, is annually celebrated by Filipinos in the Philippines and around the world.  This special event commemorates the Declaration of the Philippines’ Independence from Spain on June 12, 1898.

Photo Collage: Hendrix Vargas By Renselyn Estipular The 2016 Philippine presidential elections’ campaigning has reached fever pitch; the elections are definitely almost here. Presidentiables Jojo Binay, Digong Duterte, Grace Poe, Mar Roxas, and Miriam Defensor-Santiago continue to make their last pitches, which, for the ordinary Pinoy, make it even more

AboitizLand’s The Persimmon Studios is Cebu’s first mixed-use urban development. Its fusion of residential and commercial spaces lets you do your work, find recreation and enjoy entertainment near where you live. Further, its urban development concept creates an environment that’s self-sustainable, eco-friendly, and socially engaging. Find sanctuary without leaving the

Cebu is the oldest and the first capital city in the Philippines. It’s a first class island province that’s located in the Central Visayas region and is also its center of commerce. A primary destination among foreign visitors, Cebu has the most beautiful beaches and land recreation and tourism-related developments such

By Trisha Mendoza No plans yet for the Holy Week? Then why not revisit some of our very own Holy Week traditions in the city or out of town. Whether you are now feeling reflective or thinking of an intimate time with your family these Holy Week holidays, commemorating the

By Trisha Mendoza From a bird’s eye view, the Manila City Hall is shaped like a coffin with a cross on it. The Manila City Hall was originally designed to look like the shield of the Knights Templar, which signifies that the Philippines has been under the care and protection

By Trisha Mendoza Manila, Philippines—Makati City’s Forbes Park, Urdaneta Village, Dasmariñas Village, Bel-Air Village, San Lorenzo Village, and Magallanes Village are some of the most exclusive, most expensive gated communities or subdivisions in Metro Manila.  Any of these upscale residential communities is considered a smart investment because their land values

8 Adriatico, a multipurpose residential condominium project in Manila by Eton Properties Philippines—a company under tycoon Lucio Tan—promises a distinctive and high-class living experience. Located near Taft Avenue and Roxas Boulevard, the condo project, which boasts four towers, 42 stories high each, is one of Eton’s most iconic residential buildings.

Today is Ash Wednesday, which ushers in the 40-day Lenten Season. By Trisha Mendoza Home is the most private place where we reveal our real selves and make mistakes, where we say sorry and get second chances; it’s where we forgive and love.  It’s also at home where our families