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Christian San Jose

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This La Union vegetarian carinderia is having a P299 eat-all-you-can buffet this long weekend

Plant-based vacationers, add this buffet to your LU long weekend plans

A binatog elote recipe to revive our Indigenous street food culture

Inspired by Mexico City’s vibrant street food scene, food heritage advocate Lao Castillo hopes to rekindle interest in uniquely Filipino snacks among local vendors

Beauty Gonzalez’s excavated gold jewelry gets flak for possibly desecrating burial graves

The actress wore gold neck piece and earrings made of excavated eye and mouth covers, which she said came from places like Butuan and Surigao

If people don’t read anymore, then why does this Makati bookshop exist?

For starters, to make local publishing equitable for authors and because younger people are actually buying more books than ever, from TikTok at that

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Not PH: Where are the stock videos used in the ‘Love the Philippines’ campaign actually from?

No, it’s not Banawe Rice Terraces or Paoay Sand Dunes. It’s somewhere else in the world. The supposed clips of local destinations in the DOT video was actually from Storyblocks, a rapid video creation platform

‘90s Kabaklaan is a time capsule for Filipino diaspora, plus more tea you probably didn’t know

The page has more celebrity tea than Instagram can handle, from ’90s drama to post-2022 election unfollowing kerfuffle. Plus, the whole deal about its admin being anon

Watch Bernal’s ‘Manila By Night’ for free, plus more Filipino and foreign films at this Pride film fest

Ishmael Bernal’s masterpiece will be screened at Cinematheque Centres in Manila, Davao, Iloilo, Nabunturan, and Negros on June 26 as part of FDCP’s “PeliKULAYa” showcase

Manila ravers’ ice cream of choice tops this turon a la mode

Celeste Lapida of Este’s ice cream shares another way to enjoy their bestseller mantecado with a Filipino merienda favorite

Climate journalist Whitney Bauck wants you to know it’s not the end of the world

“Yes, things are bad but we are making real moves.” The Antipolo-raised freelance journalist on correcting negativity bias in climate reporting and countering climate nihilism

Photographer Miguel Tarrosa on capturing cinematic Taiwan and having the best time doing it

It took Tarrosa three trips to finesse an itinerary that veers away from the usual but is just as breathtaking from any angle