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Get to meet award-winning writers, embrace your inner fashionista, and have an early trick or treat this weekend.
Go out and enjoy Maginhawa Street’s delicious fare or relax and watch Cinemalaya, Spanish, and Korean movies this weekend.
Lisa Macuja celebrates 50 with a ballet concert, the life of Apolinario Mabini re-imagined, and a pet blessing for your furry kids.
Watch the final run of ‘Noli Me Tangere: The Opera,’ shop for the best Ilonggo products, gaze at skin art. Oh, and John Legend is in town.
A fellowship dinner and medical mission mark its founding anniversary celebration.
It’s a busy weekend filled with auctions, ballet, musical plays, an anime event, and a book fair. .
The international ice cream brand promises to delight pastry and ice cream lovers with its new edition ice cream cakes.
The latest trends and tips on parenting, education, personal finance, and relationships, to name a few will be featured in this unique yearly fair.
Watch world-renowned magician David Blaine or ‘Noli Me Tangere: The Opera’ this weekend.
Here’s why we’re crying for the Mandarin.
Philippines attempts to set world record for the ice bucket challenge, Eastwood City turns into a Willy Wonka factory, and Chinese mid-Autumn festival.
Don’t just sit on the couch and watch this new show. Click on its social media sites to interact with its hosts, er, “social media artists. “
Before the busy ‘ber’ months come in, lighten up you weekend with film festivals, an arts and crafts fair, and mall sales.
Show some pride by shopping for Philippine-made items and watching an all-Filipno ballet this weekend.
Say hooray to today’s merienda break with this new crispy chicken sandwich meal spiced up with flavored fries.