OMG! Boracay to be Closed for Six Months Starting April 26

President Rodrigo Duterte has approved the recommendation of the inter-agency task force to close Boracay for six months effective April 26. The decision was announced during the meeting of Cabinet officials at Malacañang Palace on Wednesday (April 4).
The recommendation was given by the task force composed of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), the Department of Tourism (DOT), and the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).

LOOK: Katy Perry’s Witness Tour in Manila Made Teenage Dreams Come True

Rewind to 2012, I remember sitting in a cinema with popcorn in hand waiting for the start of an autobiographical documentary concert film about Katy Perry. Since then, I dreamed that one day, I’ll get to watch her perform live. I didn’t know when, I didn’t know how, but what I knew was that I NEEDED to make that dream happen one way or another.

10 Lines from the New Jadine Movie that Got Too Real

Words by: Giorgia Ocampo Danga
Graphics by: Jillian Bueno
*Warning: May contain spoilers*
Blockbuster sales don’t lie. And what it says is that Filipinos are the biggest fans of kilig, feel-good romantic comedies!

Six Tex-Mex Dishes to Get Your Mouth Watering at Benjamin Tacos + Quesadilla

The province of Pampanga is a culinary melting pot of good food. It is home to some of the country’s best chefs and where the ultimate Pinoy favorite, sisig, originated. But you probably wouldn’t expect to discover good Tex-Mex food there as well, but hey, we did.
We stumbled upon Benjamin Tacos + Quesadilla in Pampanga and found ourselves in a delightful place with delicious Tex-Mex dishes to match!

[IN PHOTOS] Dinner In The Sky Takes Fine Dining to a Whole New Level

Kuala Lumpur skyline at night
The thrilling culinary experience has finally landed in the Philippines! Dinner in the Sky has chosen Solaire Resort and Casino as their venue partner, which is exactly fitting for this unique experience.

Do Tattoos Make You Uncomfortable?

I have four tattoos. Small ones. And in this generation, that’s not really shocking and it definitely isn’t newsworthy. In fact, it hardly even counts as anything. See, I am surrounded by tattoo-clad people everyday. Most of my friends have tattoos. Heck, even my pole dancing teacher is full of tattoos – from arm sleeves to big tattoos on her legs – and she looks absolutely stunning! In today’s day and age, tattoos have become a form of art and self-expression – something to show people your personality at first glance without having to say a word.

Kape’t Pelikula

Sometimes, the best discussions on films happen over a cup of coffee.
UP Cinema Arts Society (UP CAST) brings you Kape’t Pelikula, an annual film seminar, happening this April 14, 2018.

147 Purple Years: The 2018 Faculty of Pharmacy Week

by Clyde Cledera, UST Faculty of Pharmacy

            I was there when Kean Cipriano held Callalily’s flag, waving around before he made it like a cape. It felt like a victory; it felt like greatness when the band chose to play “Magbalik” as its final act of the night whilst the crowd sang their hearts out and felt the moment.

Men, This is What We Feel When We Get Catcalled

Written by Jesh Orquina
Being a woman in this society comes with a couple of issues and catcalling is just one of them. When catcalling is mentioned, people usually picture a man whistling at a woman walking down the street. Although this is the typical scenario, we want you to understand that there is so much more to it than just that.


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