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Balance business, pleasure with Richmonde Hotel Ortigas’s Executive Package

When business trips are crammed with meetings, field work, and ocular inspections, Richmonde Hotel Ortigas can provide the perfect and most convenient way to unwind at the end of the day and before you settle in for the night. 

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‘Myth’ exhibit opens at CCP

THE Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) opened last Thursday artists Jippy Pascua and Dennese Victoria’s latest exhibit Myth, described as the result of “a survey of years’ worth of photographs,” at its Pasilyo Victorio Edades. 

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Ex-DOT chief: Farm tourism ‘very Filipino,’ benefits communities

A uniquely Filipino kind of tourism will benefit farms in the country that are being developed into health-and-wellness destinations, which are expected to be major domestic-tourism draws, a former tourism secretary said recently. 

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Feliix opens flagship store in Shangri-La at The Fort

Feliix, a luxurious concept store that offers state-of-the-art and high-quality lamps and light fixtures, recently opened its flagship store in Shangri-La at The Fort in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, to meet the needs of discrimating architects, interior designers, and homeowners to illuminate their houses or offices with class and style. 

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Pinoys cheer permanent free admission to National Museum

Story and photo by Alvin I. Dacanay  In a move applauded by ordinary Filipinos, the National Museum of the Philippines announced last Thursday that admission to its museums nationwide is now “permanently free of charge.” 

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Jazz up your coffee breaks with Lotus Biscoff cookies

We Filipinos love coffee, whatever the time of day. At least, that’s what Euromintor’s 2013 research tells us, which showed that we consume 1.2 kilograms of coffee per capital yearly, putting us among the top 50 coffee consumers in the world. 

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An arts and culture agenda for Duterte

On Thursday President Aquino will take his bow and exit the political stage to allow his successor Rodrigo Duterte to enter and take his place under the blinding lights that are trained on him as his audience, the Filipino people, wait for him to act. 

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SarBay Festival: Party for the planet

By Himaya Perez  Call it the Philippines’s definitive beach party. 

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Think outside the tank: Giordano launches ‘Finding Dory’ collection

Thirteen years ago we were introduced to Dory, the friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish in the extraordinary underwater world of Finding Nemo. Now the lovable character embarks on an exciting journey to reunite with her family in that movie’s much-anticipated sequel, Finding Dory.

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Hot digital lifestyle accessories make mark at Philippine Fashion Week

The renowned French designer Coco Chanel once said that fashion is not something that exists in dresses alone. The sky, the streets, ideas, ways of life, and even events all constitute fashion. If one believes that in this age of wearable technology, then even the choice of gadgets and its accessories constitute fashion. 

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