CULTURE

Taste—yes, taste—the history of the Galleon Trade through this event

We’ve all learned about the history of the Galleon Trade, but Ayala Museum and Served Manila is taking it one step further with their edible exploration kits

From Clubhouse to Kumu: The hows and wheres of making new friends as an adult

As some of us grow older, we can find difficulty in making new friends. Here’s how you can meet new people while stuck at home

Home bar basics for cocktail-making newbies

Cocktail making is an art. It’s also a very fun hobby. Here’s what you need to have stocked at home to get started

This local zine brings art and food together for its anniversary celebration

You can find mango ketchup, pizza-inspired lasagna, and more at FAKE Zine’s online food-centric FAKE Fair 2021

These museums and heritage sites in Manila are now open to the public. Here’s how to book a visit

The National Museum complex and Intramuros reopened this weekend, just in time for Jose Rizal’s birthday celebration

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Books are up to 99% off at this year’s Big Bad Wolf online sale

If you’ve been filling the book fair-shaped void in your heart through “mine”-ing books on…

Help heritage workers get their own transportation by donating spare bike parts

Donate bike frames, forks, wheelsets, or even complete bike units to help Escuela Taller make 20 bikes for its heritage workers

What you should read, watch, and listen to according to restaurant insiders

Got some spare time? Here are a few things you should add to your food-media-to-consume list—as told by insiders like Josh Boutwood, Christine Roque, and more

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Find rest and freedom through these blank journal and postcard sets

Looking for Juan, a local souvenir shop, has released a blank journal and a postcard collection that want to help you get some *actual* rest and reflect on what it truly means to be free

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This free online lecture series unearths the City of Manila’s lesser-known histories

In commemoration of the city’s 450th founding anniversary, the Department of Tourism, Culture and Arts of Manila brings together historians for the “Araw ng Maynila” lecture series