Junior Gourmand: An Asian culinary workshop for kids


 
For over 20 years, Crescent Moon Cafe has been a top Antipolo destination for food and art, serving favorites such as homemade Suman at Mangga and the popular Alagao Appetizer. This time, the restaurant is opening its doors to young aspiring chefs looking to begin their culinary journey.

“I Made It!” (A hands-on summer art workshop)

Nothing beats that feeling of joy and pride after creating something by hand. This month, The Glass Bar at Crescent Moon, in partnership with WhenInManila.com, invites you to I Made It! (a hands-on summer workshop) on Saturday, April 28, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Workshop fee is P2,900, inclusive of two workshops and an Asian-inspired lunch buffet at Crescent Moon Cafe. Choose two of the following workshops.

Baking 101 and Buttercream Frosting Workshops

The smell of freshly baked goods has a way of bringing about a feeling of comfort and nostalgia. After all, who doesn’t love receiving homemade baked treats? Studies show that baking at home can help relieve stress, and is a great form of creative expression. Yet the idea of combining ingredients and using an oven can be daunting.

IMG Week: Connections


IMG Week, with a theme “Connections,” is a 4-day event happening on April 23-26, 2018 at the University of the Philippines Los Banos. The event aims to showcase the organization’s talent in the field of digital and traditional arts along with the aim to share their knowledge in the said fields of multimedia arts.

IMG Week is composed of the following events:

Design Week Philippines partners with the metros’ key creative hubs to celebrate design


With the tagline “Design Tribes,” Design Week Philippines promises a nine-day borderless creative festivity with its powerhouse team of 41 partners, 32 events in 16 venues all over the metro this April 2018.

WATCH: Eraserheads Classic ‘Ang Huling El Bimbo’ is Now a Musical

(function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = 'https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.12'; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));

SPOTTED: A Filipino film made with a budget of Php 112,000!

The entertainment industry could be hefty in terms of funding. There are also other factors to think about and consider: the actors/actresses, the supporting directors and producers, food allowance, gas, makeup, among others. These people work hand in hand to produce a fine masterpiece that would entertain and be enjoyed by its audiences.
Times then and now were definitely different in Philippine entertainment. Ronald Rios can attest to that with a “piece of history” he uploaded on his Facebook account.

READ: This literary editor’s two cents about viral meme “You’re Road”

Have you seen this meme spread around social media lately?
Screencap from KnowYourMeme.com
The story behind this actually draws from a scene from reality TV show “90 Day Fiancé“, aired on TLC Channel. The woman is named Jenny, seen conversing with her American fiancé Larry. She calls him out for not eating the meal her family prepared for him in the Philippines, calling him out “rude”. Her Filipino accent makes “rude” sound like “road”, thus, created a debate and numerous memes amongst netizens on social media criticizing and calling out her pronunciation.

Pages

Subscribe to Pilipinas Online Radio UK RSS