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Pauline Miranda

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3 Intramuros cafes for your mid-tour breaks

There’s much to do in the Walled City, so if you’re in need of a recharge in the form of food and drink, here are cafes you can check out

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This cafe’s ‘admin office’ serves up mean cocktails

At HereAfter, you clock out from work then clock in to happy hour

MaArte at the Pen is back with a physical fair this August

There will be a total of 94 local designers and artisan brands participating at this year’s fair

3 things worth ordering at the new Cafe Kitsune

Here are our picks from the local menu

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By the numbers: What’s inside Makati’s newest performing arts venue

The theater officially opens on July 14

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What’s the difference: NGO, non-profit, volunteer group

No, an NGO is not about forming a new government

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Where to eat in Quezon City, 2022 edition

From early morning coffee runs to authentic Spanish and Korean cuisine, Quezon City’s rich with options

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‘Itim’ had a sold-out screening at Cannes, but director Mike De Leon says he’s ‘humiliated to be a Filipino today’

“Itim” (1976) easily falls into the horror genre, with its themes of occultism. Forty-six years later, De Leon thinks it has become “more sinister” than that

Novelist Gina Apostol wins Rome Prize for Literature, to pen story on Juan Luna’s wife Paz

“Books about the Philippines on the world stage are important because the country’s history is significant world-historically and yet generally unseen,” Apostol tells the Inquirer