100-Word Travelogue: The best chicken inasal in Bacolod

Ask most people where to eat chicken inasal and they'll point you to Aida's, one of the more famous stalls in Manokan Country. I beg

Read More | By , on October 31, 2014

Carljoe Javier, co-owner of Uno Morato
Uno Morato: The rebellious bookstore fighting for local literature (and gamer geeks)

At Uno Morato, there’s an open copy of each book — and they encourage people to read and discover new writers.

Read More | By , , on October 27, 2014

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Photo of the Week: Baguio’s Prints

Aside from the cool mountain weather, the Baguio Central Public Market is just like most markets on a Sunday morning.

Read More | By , on October 9, 2014

ProoPH UPCAT (UP Culture and Arts Tour)
Why a UP Diliman Walking Tour is worth a try — even if you’ve been there many times

ProoPH's UPCAT (UP Culture and Arts Tour) is loaded with history and little-known trivia about the Philippines' state university.

Read More | By , , on October 3, 2014

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Where to stay: MassKara for last-minute travelers (Negros Occidental)

With less than a month to go before the MassKara Festival, hotels in Bacolod City are all out of rooms.

Read More | By , , on September 26, 2014

Batangas food - a dinner organized by the Ateneo Cultural Heritage Studies
6 Things you need to know about Batangueño food

Some places get all the love. Pampanga has its celebrity chefs, Ilocos has its bagnet, and everyone goes crazy at the mention of Cebu lechon.

Read More | By , , on September 24, 2014


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