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The Sona 2015 red carpet: The old made new again

By Ma. Cristina C. Arayata / Philippines News Agency It was that time of the year again when legislators, their wives and other government officials walked the red carpet to listen to President Benigno Aquino III’s State of the Nation Address (Sona)—his last—last Monday. Who do you think was the most fashionable?

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Writers group behind Virgin Labfest holds play-reading sessions

The Writer’s Bloc, an independent group of emerging and established playwrights headed by acclaimed dramatist Rody Vera, is inviting interested parties to attend its regular reading sessions of new plays every other Sunday afternoon, starting August 9.

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ERH offers Executive Meal for busy businessmen

Looking for the ideal, hassle-free option for your lunch break or luncheon meeting? Eastwood Richmonde Hotel’s (ERH) The Lounge offers that to you. Keeping the needs of busy business people in mind, The Lounge’s Executive Meal was created to be uncomplicated, delectable, satisfying and worth your money.

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A fresh look urged for Hemingway’s ‘Green Hills of Africa’

By Hillel Italie / The Associated Press New York—Eighty years after the release of Green Hills of Africa, the son and grandson of Ernest Hemingway are urging a fresh look at a work critics have often set aside. 

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Palawan government earmarks P2.07B for tourism development

By Azer N. Parrocha / Philippines News Agency The provincial government of Palawan has earmarked about P2.07 billion for tourism development this year, a Department of Tourism (DOT) official said recently.

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Anya Resort & Residences redefines the Tagaytay retreat

Retreats, whether personal or corporate, have always been a key reason for vacationing in Tagaytay City, Cavite province. Its cool air and greenery allow people to relax and shed the worries of city living. Anya Resort & Residences, an up-and-coming residential resort, aims to redefine the Tagaytay retreat experience through its location and ambiance.

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Richmonde Hotel Ortigas showers guests with culinary treats

The rainy season is here again, but there’s no need to let it get you down. You can spice up cold and dreary days with a load of thrilling delights from Richmonde Hotel Ortigas.

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Preparing perfect pies (Last part)

Pies, no matter how rustic they may be, are slowly coming back to the mainstream nowadays. Years ago, one would find it hard to find pies in bake- shops, and even on the product list of in-demand home bakers. Thanks to the “farm-to-table” concept that’s sprouting all over the metropolis, bakeshops and home bakers are now putting pies on their …

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Don’t twist that Oreo: Cookie gets skinny, ‘sophisticated’

By Candice Choi / The Associated Press New York—Oreos are getting a skinny new look, and its maker says the new cookie is a “sophisticated” snack for grown-ups that isn’t meant to be twisted or dunked.

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Wine ice cream, maple water: Five foods of the future?

New York—Chips made out of broccoli, chickpeas and kale. Wine-spiked ice cream. Popcorn that didn’t quite fulfill its destiny.

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