Pauline Miranda

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3 unique bar concepts for your night out in QC

Whether you’re drinking alone or with company, these bars serve up cool vibes and cocktails

‘Walang Aray’ is a comedic, modern reimagination of the zarzuela

Based on Severino Reyes’ “Walang Sugat,” the new PETA production takes our culture and history for an updated musical spin

dulaang up the reconciliation dinner
Is it safe to talk politics again at family gatherings? ‘The Reconciliation Dinner’ shows us what that’s like

There’s a lot to digest here, especially with how we deal with politics

charcuterie board with local meats and cheeses
This charcuterie board of local meats and cheeses will be the star of your holiday spread

With all the varieties of longganisa, cheese, jams, and biscuits, each local charcuterie board is sure to be uniquely your own

we will rock you musical in manila
‘We Will Rock You’ is an electrifying spectacle for music fans

The international touring production’s rallying cry is for us to get off the internet and just enjoy good ol’ rock and roll

Good to share: Flavorful vegetarian moussaka all types of eaters can enjoy

In true Greek fashion, this dish is best served as a treat to your guests

Tarot for self-care is a thing. Here’s how it can help your mental health

This often misunderstood mystical tool is a great way to analyze your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. No magic or clairvoyance necessary—just an open mind

‘Anak Datu’ is a brave telling of the crucial stories of Muslim Mindanao

Tanghalang Pilipino weaves myth, memory, and history in this staging inspired by National Artist Abdulmari Imao

Minsan’s Dano Tingcungco reveals the surprising intimacy in bags

The journalist-designer makes use of memories, both personal and collective, to form the leather accouterments he creates. The result: bags telling of the characters of both maker and bearer

local greens salad with crispy dilis recipe
A local greens salad that’ll make both palates and farmers happy

This fun way of serving up local veggies balances sweet, tangy, salty, and spicy—with minimal cooking required