Sarah Geronimo shines brighter in her Empowered Woman era

Sarah on financial literacy: “We should be knowledgeable when it comes to our money because it’s part of growth and life”

If not Erwin Romulo, who?

His works can feel far apart from each other, but what unifies them despite the distance in genres or disciplines would be that feeling of almost-loss: “If we don’t do this, no one else will”

This couple is helping preserve Filipino heritage cooking, one TikTok at a time

Beatriz Gomez and Roberto Villarcabral are the brains (and stars!) of The Lost Filipino Cookbook—a.k.a. your new favorite TikTok account

Micaela Benedicto’s art are stories and acts of remembering

The architect, artist, and musician talks about her recent move to a new studio, the stories behind her converging art practice, and how memory ties all of these narratives together

‘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

New local press Exploding Galaxies brings forgotten Filipino literary stars back to life

The press is expanding our Filipiniana shelves one thoughtfully-designed book at a time, starting with Wilfrido D. Nolledo’s postmodernist novel, “But for the Lovers”

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

The M’s Bambina Olivares shows us what goes into curation—in art and life

The former journalist and current special exhibitions consultant shows us exactly what goes into curating for The Metropolitan Museum of Manila, plus a few insights from a life well-lived

Photographer Rob Frogoso is happy to be *in* Art Fair Philippines

Manifesting works! After years of going to Art Fair as a spectator, photographer Rob Frogoso finally has a work on display

Wawi Navarroza on becoming a mother and artist: ‘As women, we can always come back to our power’

The artist and photographer talks about the experience of motherhood, transformation, and the pursuit of endless creative work