Stream PETA’s ‘Under My Skin’ in commemoration of World AIDS Day

The drama based on real-life people and events will stream from Nov. 26 to 28 and Nov. 30 to Dec. 5

Smishing: What happens when you click on that ‘job offer’ text message

Don’t fall for this new text scam. Cybercrime experts have found links in said messages that involve a digital money scam

The good can get better, Pino and Pipino prove with their comeback

“You just know the food’s going to be good when you can already smell it through your face mask,” I tell my colleagues

Smishing: What happens when you click on that ‘job offer’ text message

Don’t fall for this new text scam. Cybercrime experts have found links in said messages that involve a digital money scam

The good can get better, Pino and Pipino prove with their comeback

“You just know the food’s going to be good when you can already smell it through your face mask,” I tell my colleagues

an empty street in ortigas
Pasig City closed a busy Ortigas street for half a day. This is what happened

“Open Street Sundays” is the city’s way of creating more “open public spaces” where people can walk, jog, bike, and exercise without cars

Sky rises and sunsets: Outdoor dining with stunning views

If you want to catch the sunset or enjoy the city skyline with a drink in hand, these venues are worth the visit

assorted pastry wrapped in a cloth
These pastry bundles come in cute containers that are for keeps

Perfect for holiday gift-giving or just for your personal snacking

Live events to attend in Metro Manila now that we can go out

Minimum mandatory safety protocols still in place, of course

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Don’t just throw away your face shields. Send it to this recycling service

Goodbye, face shields! But wait! Don’t just throw it anywhere

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What’s happening to Arroceros Park? It’s becoming an ‘urban forest park’

A recent visit by environmental groups revealed that the city’s beautification project involved chopping trees and putting elevated cemented platforms in Manila’s last lung

EDITOR’S PICKS

Want to go to Manila Bay dolomite beach? Here’s what you need to know

No, you can’t swim, you can’t take home dolomite sand, and face shields are optional

woldy reyes laying in the grass at fort green park in brooklyn with a baked good on a picnic cloth

The queer Filipino-American chef keeping kamayan alive—and meat-free—in New York

How chef Woldy Reyes went from questioning caldereta to championing the communal way of eating with bare hands, kamayan, in New York

Last chance: Voter reg will be extended to Oct 31

Comelec has approved the extension of voter registration from Oct. 9 to 31

a digital render of the pasig river expressway

What to know about PAREX and why critics think it will ‘harm’ Pasig River

The P95 billion road infrastructure to be financed by San Miguel Corp. has been criticized by mobility and environmentalist groups. But what is it really?

More than politicians, we need public servants in office

Politicians in the Philippine political arena are a dime a dozen. Who we need to elect are public servants

woman registers to vote in person at a government office

Delisted voter? No need to go out to reactivate. Comelec will email you

So you didn’t vote in the last two elections? Good news: You don’t have to go to Comelec in-person to reactivate your voter status. Just wait for their email

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LIST: Register to vote at these mall satellite voting centers

Registering to vote just got easier, thanks to these satellite voter’s registration mall sites

VIDEOS

5 Chinese restaurants in Banawe, QC

Along Banawe in Quezon City, there are many restaurants that are institutions in themselves, serving Chinese and Filipino diners alike for years, if not decades. But at the same time, there are newcomers that may not be as steeped in tradition but just as enjoyable if not better.