NEWS

This is what the South Commuter Railway Project will look like

The modern suburban railway line is expected to reduce travel time from Metro Manila to Calamba, Laguna to just over an hour

Yep, your favorite grocery item has shrunk. Blame it on inflation

You’re not imagining it. It’s called shrinkflation

Can we still save Cojuangco Building’s status as an important cultural property?

ICYMI: PLDT, the owner of the 15-story building in Makati, petitioned NCCA to remove Cojuangco Building as an important cultural property. We have until June 7 to oppose this—believe it or not—via email

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‘I have flu-like symptoms. Can I still vote on May 9?’ and other COVID-19 and election questions

ICYMI: Comelec says COVID-19 patients in isolation facilities and those who are under quarantine won’t be allowed to vote. But what about voters who are exhibiting symptoms but have not yet been confirmed to have COVID?

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Follow these steps when you vote on May 9

Remember to vote safe and to vote for the future of *all* Filipinos

Filipino resto Kasama gets a Michelin star

The Michelin Guide lauds Kasama for an “ambitious, clever, and distinct” dining experience

traffic congestion at EDSA
Is MMDA sure about daylight saving time as a proposed traffic solution?

To remedy the heavy traffic under Alert Level 1, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority said one of the recommendations they received is for the government to adopt daylight saving time

MRT train
Thank god, MRT trains now have new aircons. Rides are free till May 30, too

Starting March 28, passengers can avail of the free ride following the successful completion of the rail line’s rehabilitation

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This trick will stop spam texts once and for all. But there’s a catch

First, don’t click on any links. Second, don’t reply. The third step needs a bit of explaining

a hand holding a woven basahan mat
Basahan makers in Payatas hope their P15 mats get same recognition, value as American design

Reacting to the viral Vogue feature of woven creations reminiscent of a basahan, mat makers are actually happy that people recognize their designs. But they also hope it will lead to bigger margins and possible government support