Christian San Jose

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You can still have a good time at Key Coffee even if you don’t drink coffee

Go to the modernized kissaten for the hand-drip coffee, stay for the brain chemistry-altering appetizers

At Kodawari’s IRL gyudon shop, the bowls are king(-sized) and the veg plates divine

There’s more to the IG-famous gyudon shop than its Japanese party trays: New chicken, salmon, and steak bowls, small plates with big flavors, merch, prints by local artists, and an immersive toilet experience

Oscars-nominated ‘Aftersun’ and Cannes Grand Prix winner ‘Close’ are coming to PH cinemas

The Film Development Council of the Philippines announced that it has acquired the Charlotte Wells-directed film along with three other critically-acclaimed titles from Belgium, Austria, and Cambodia

This art initiative aims to trace Tinipak River rocks before Kaliwa Dam drowns them

Nomad Projects, a community-based artistic research and educational initiative, is racing against the destructive and disruptive construction to preserve a memory of an indigenous landscape

Ito Kish Cafe doesn’t want to be an ephemeral TikTok discovery

Thanks to the video-sharing app, the new cafe became a destination for the internet crowd always on the prowl to discover new places—the last thing the furniture designer wanted it to be

Photographer Rob Frogoso is happy to be *in* Art Fair Philippines

Manifesting works! After years of going to Art Fair as a spectator, photographer Rob Frogoso finally has a work on display

DJ-approved songs for every kind of Valentine’s Day

We asked seven DJs to share their unconventional VDay tunes, from the unconventionally romantic to the subversive

Finding paradise as a Filipino artist living a thousand miles away from home

Augustine Paredes’ body of art explores queer desires along with the migrant experience in places where they are forbidden or simply overlooked

The unending humanity of Geloy Concepcion photographs

He is a photographer, confidant, and keeper of internet strangers’ dreams, desires, and pains that social media would rather not show you

rabbits raised in cage for food
This Year of the Rabbit, would you eat, well, rabbit?

They’re lean, protein-packed, and surprisingly climate-friendly but they’re also too cute to eat