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This tropical industrial cafe in Bohol is a dream remote work location

Common Crew in Panglao is not just a cafe; it’s a coworking, exhibition, and social enterprise space, too

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First look at the newly opened Officine Universelle Buly at Greenbelt 3

The historied French perfumer’s first Philippine store in Makati is bathed in celadon, antique woodwork, and exotic woods Versailles parquet

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Ayala Museum and library reopen soon for your indoor bookish date

The Ayala Museum and the Filipinas Heritage Library have new looks and you can sneak a peek on Dec. 4.

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

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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

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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

UP Diliman’s Academic Oval reopens to the public. Here’s what you need to know

The university’s open space welcomes joggers, walkers, runners, and the general public regardless of age and vaccination status back this week

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You can swim at the dolomite beach by 2022 if DENR’s plans push through

For your reference, the coliform level at the beach is currently at 22,000 MPN/100 mL. Here’s DENR’s plan to reduce it to a safe 100 MPN/100 mL

Are UP Diliman’s streetlights too bright that they’re disrupting campus wildlife?

Members of the UP community are concerned about the intensity of the streetlights along the Oval, saying it may be causing light pollution that could disrupt local biodiversity

This free virtual Halloween tour explores Manila heritage sites’ ‘dark side’

Ever wondered why Manila City Hall is shaped like a coffin? This is just one of the things you’ll learn about in WanderManila’s “One Night in Manila” on Oct. 30