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Celebrate September 1st with these Harry Potter Special edition books Entertainment 

Celebrate September 1st with these Harry Potter Special edition books

It’s been 20 years since Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone came out. The first of September is an important date for all wizards and witches (even chosen muggles) as it is time to return to Hogwarts! To celebrate our “return to Hogwarts”, check out these new Philosopher’s Stone books with the Hogwarts houses in its cover. There are four (of course) versions of the new Philosopher’s Stone book with Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw crests in the cover. The special versions are in celebration of the 20th year since…

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A dermatologist should be your best friend. Here’s why: Beauty Life and Style 

A dermatologist should be your best friend. Here’s why:

Okay. We don’t literally mean to look for a dermatologist friend, but rather consult a dermatologist as often as your schedule permits. Our skin is just one of the many things that we should take care of in our body, as it is the most exposed organ in our body. While most of us think that we should be the ones to know what’s best for our skin, sometimes the constant games and experiments with your face (or any part of your body) may lead to uncontrollable things. Which is…

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This rolled ice cream shop melted our hearts (not our ice cream) Food Life and Style 

This rolled ice cream shop melted our hearts (not our ice cream)

Who knew that ice cream would make us feel this good? Well, ice cream has always been everyone’s best friend when it comes to comfort food. The cold and sweet sensation that melts in your mouth is enough to calm you down. But for this ice cream shop, it’s more than just feeling good. If you come to an ice cream shop in a mall in Makati City, you won’t just be greeted by a colorful kiosk and the smell of freshly rolled ice cream… You will be greeted by…

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Taylor Swift’s new single ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ is straight up shady Entertainment Music 

Taylor Swift’s new single ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ is straight up shady

“I’m sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, ‘cause she’s dead!”   Taylor Swift isn’t playing nice anymore. After drumming up the hype for her upcoming album ‘Reputation’, Swift finally dropped its first single, “Look What You Made Me Do” today. The singer-songwriter’s new release soundly fell dark and shady in all the right places, much like its promo. The lines, “The world moves on another day, another drama-drama, but not for me, not for me, all I think about is karma,” confirms the…

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ALAMIN: Uncommon Filipino words for millennials Culture Life and Style 

ALAMIN: Uncommon Filipino words for millennials

MALIGAYANG BUWAN NG WIKANG PAMBANSA! Let’s take a break on the millennial “lingo” for now and celebrate The Filipino language, where some of our own words seem unfamiliar to this generation. In celebration of ‘Buwan ng Wika’, here are a few Filipino words that you may find interesting to add to your vocabulary. (Don’t forget to swipe right for more words!) Our language also has words equivalent to words that we commonly use everyday. With the help our best friend, Merriam-Webster, here are a few: Let’s celebrate and practice our wonderful…

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5 things you need to know when you’re adulting Inspire 

5 things you need to know when you’re adulting

The work force is a legitimate jungle. A jungle waiting to be explored. Being in the work force just a month after graduation, I can say that it is indeed a jungle we all must explore eventually. If you feel lost or scared. It’s okay, we will all feel that way at one point. It’s your first time as an “adult” in the big city, ready to become a strong and independent member of the society – to be scared, or even worried, is a normal phase. After working for…

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Voila! A Whole Lot Of Extra with Cafe Voi La Food Life and Style 

Voila! A Whole Lot Of Extra with Cafe Voi La

If you’re one for things just slightly off and a bit extra, then we think Cafe Voi La in Tagaytay might just be your new haven. For justly priced food coupled with appropriate (or should I just say huge?) servings, Cafe Voi La seems like something straight out of a well-traveled 8-year old’s imagination Facing a traditional Japanese home-looking slanted on a steep road, you walk towards their entrance lit by Christmas lights hung on a wreath on the door frame, passing between two Malaysian guard dog statues; you’re greeted…

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Taylor Swift slithers back into social media with a cryptic clip Entertainment Music 

Taylor Swift slithers back into social media with a cryptic clip

Talk about extra. Yesterday’s solar eclipse was supposed to be the most eventful thing of the week, but Taylor Swift had other plans. After wiping her social media channels last Saturday, the 27-year-old singer-songwriter ended her social media blackout last night with a 10-second video of what seems to be an ominous snake. pic.twitter.com/p2DyY0e2M3 — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) August 21, 2017 Anyone who’s following the drama will know that it’s a clear reference to the spam of snake emojis Swift received last year from a very public beef with Kim…

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The pros and cons #walangpasok in the Philippines University Viral 

The pros and cons #walangpasok in the Philippines

Oh, the joy of class suspensions, especially if it came after a long weekend. Which means you can have your staycation longer than expected. via GIPHY The hashtag #walangpasok makes its way into social media whenever the weather’s grumpy, causing heavy rains and floods that hinder the way to either school or work. Most news outlets use this tag in announcing class suspensions. But, what is the advantages and disadvantages whenever #walangpasok comes along? Check out the list below!   PROS: No School via GIPHY The biggest advantage of them…

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‘Moonlight’ MV spoofs ‘Friends’ as a powerful meta-commentary Entertainment Movies and TV 

‘Moonlight’ MV spoofs ‘Friends’ as a powerful meta-commentary

Last week, Jay-Z finally dropped the music video for ‘Moonlight’ on YouTube. Originally exclusive for Tidal users, the track from his breakout album called “4:44” was experienced with a thoughtful spooFrienf of ‘ds’ — a well-loved 90s sitcom. The out-of-the-box visuals directed by Master of None’s Alan Yang quickly gained traction and mixed reactions from raving fans. African-American actors including Issa Rae, Jerrod Carmichael, Tiffany Haddish, Tessa Thompson, Lil Rey, and LaKeith Stanfield starred in the 7-minute parody of the American TV show that remains to be dominating pop culture….

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