The whole world celebrates Cinco de Mayo. Except most of Mexico

If you’re going out for Cinco de Mayo, you should *at least* know why you’re celebrating in the first place

‘Breakups and Breakdowns’ is a love letter to rom coms

On its fifth run and latest version, the musical comedy has cracked the code to the elusive light and fluffy romantic comedy

Museya Kafé by Margarita Forés is one more reason to go to Ayala Museum

Complete your museum day out with delicious fare at the newly opened museum cafe

Bluerep’s ‘Zsazsa Zaturnnah’ had high goals only the cast could reach

The dynamic mix of veteran and student actors headlined by Kim Molina and Phi Palmos more than make up for what the world-building and design lack

‘Hamilton’ is coming to Manila, and we don’t think we can say no to this

The multi-award winning historical rap musical featuring one of America’s founding fathers is *finally* making its way to Asia

Watching ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ sweep the Oscars made me cry

The whole white world was on their feet when “Everything Everywhere All At Once” won at the Oscars—but that’s just the cherry on top

Old gods meet contemporary dance in Ballet Philippines’ ‘Diyosa’

Ballet Philippines latest production “Diyosa” is a five-act ballet that juxtaposes a modern, imagined universe with the gods of old

Bad Cafe’s barista sim game will keep you awake—caffeine optional

From tamping down grounds to frothing milk, Bad Cafe’s barista simulator game makes your barista dreams come true

You can stream ‘Leonor Will Never Die’ and ‘Respeto’ very, very soon

After both international and local success, these films will finally be available to stream from the comfort of our own homes

Ang pao 101: A guide to our favorite red envelope

Everyone knows what an ang pao is, but not a lot of people know the legend that elevated it to the symbolic status it holds today