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The five types of people you’ll meet at a Coldplay concert Culture Entertainment Music 

The five types of people you’ll meet at a Coldplay concert

The MOA Concert Grounds Pasay City turned into something beautiful. Packed with around 35,000 people gathering for a much-awaited event, it was literally such a heavenly view as it was, for a night, a concert grounds full of stars for the Coldplay: A Head Full of Dreams Tour in Manila. Written by Sarah Galos The whooping number of the crowd was admission-wise separated into 6 segments—VIP, Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Gen Ad. But for us, here’s how we saw it: Having a romantic candlelit date (with approx. 35,000 other…

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Julius Babao is a streetwear hobbyist on days off Culture Fashion Life and Style Viral 

Julius Babao is a streetwear hobbyist on days off

I know what you’re thinking: ABS-CBN senior correspondent Julius Babao and streetwear don’t belong in the same sentence. On casual weekends, Babao fills in as DJ for Kapamilya’s radio arm DZMM. And as far as casual goes, who knew that aside from looking dapper on nightly news, Babao is a hypebeast with a deep affinity for Supreme merch: Of course, it got everybody talking, primarily Babao’s fellow hypebeasts. Some are impressed to the point of fascination, while a handful can’t help but let their elitist douchery flag fly: In an…

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5 Reasons why a Hip-Hop dance class is perfect for kids this summer Culture Life and Style 

5 Reasons why a Hip-Hop dance class is perfect for kids this summer

Summer — the season all kids look forward to! Toss out those alarm clocks and look forward to the sun, the sun, and lots of good fun! Although the months of April and May provide that much-needed break from lessons, quizzes and homework, they usually equate to two months of lazy days. Because kids resort to gadgets and TV, the result becomes inactive bodies. Parents have to literally drag kids away from those screens to get them on their feet. Now families don’t have to let this happen this summer…

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5 Unique Gimmicks for you and your bae this Valentines Culture Life and Style 

5 Unique Gimmicks for you and your bae this Valentines

Beyond the usual dinner, gift-giving, and all the other mainstream cliché that comes along with it, Valentine’s Day should be more about spending quality time with your partner. Loving and happy relationships can do without all those because the company of their beloved is more than enough to make for a celebration. So, as a testament to your love and to spice things up,  maybe going against the mould will add the much-needed heat and fervor to the relationship this Valentine’s!   Take a hike For Valentine’s Day, why not…

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Things that you can never avoid during Filipino Christmas Reunions Culture Life and Style 

Things that you can never avoid during Filipino Christmas Reunions

Family reunions are a must when Christmas and New Year come closer. Families gather together in one house during Christmas and catch up on each other’s happenings for the past year. However, there are certain things about Christmas Reunions that make us rethink our attendance – and if we do attend we can never avoid some scenarios no matter how hard we try. Here are some of the reunion things you can never avoid.   That one Tita who’s always “Aba. Tumataba ka”   No, Tita. You don’t need to…

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Simbang Gabi and the people you celebrate it with Culture Life and Style 

Simbang Gabi and the people you celebrate it with

Simbang Gabi officially begins tonight – which means that we are getting closer and closer to Christmas! Yipee! Simbang Gabi or Misa de Gallo is the nine-day mass “countdown” until Christmas Eve or December 24th. Filipinos are known to be the best in attendance for the Simbang Gabi – the church is flooded with various kinds of people, from students to senior citizens to couples and a whole lot more. Here are some of our fellow church goers we spot during Misa de Gallo. Can you catch them all in…

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Here Are Ten Christmas Songs For The Sawi Culture Music 

Here Are Ten Christmas Songs For The Sawi

The holidays won’t be the same without these Christmas songs. Whenever the ‘ber‘ months come around, the radio never fails to play songs that give us the Christmas feels. We listen to them everywhere (or should I say, follow us)– at the malls, at work, or at home. We listen to Jose Mari Chan’s classic Christmas anthems, and to what children unfailingly sing when caroling. But aside from those songs, we listen to songs that make us remember the one that got away or someone very dear, who couldn’t be…

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How Filipinos Out-Christmas Everyone Else Culture 

How Filipinos Out-Christmas Everyone Else

Everyone just wants to contribute to the Christmas Spirit, but nobody does it better than Filipinos. Every year, Christmas season is celebrated in many different ways, but one thing remains the same: Filipinos will do nothing less than bongga to make sure that everybody knew that Santa Claus is coming to town.   Early Christmas Some people mark the beginning of Christmas season with the weather. For Filipinos, the beginning of Christmas is as early as the last weeks of August. They need that much time to prepare. However, Jose Mari…

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What if Andres Bonifacio was alive in the age of social media? Culture Viral 

What if Andres Bonifacio was alive in the age of social media?

Every 30th of November, the Philippines commemorates the birth of “The Great Plebian” Andres Bonifacio, the Father of the Filipino Revolution. It was Andres Bonifacio who founded the secret society “Katipunan” on July 7, 1892 – after Jose Rizal’s banishment during the Spanish regime. In today’s free Philippines, it has become a trend for this generation to come up with fun short fics inspired by our colorful history through #RP612Fic In celebrating Andres Bonifacio’s birthday, we have gathered the best RP posts to keep you smiling for this holiday.  …

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IT’S HERE: This year’s Metro Manila Film Fest entries Culture Entertainment Movies and TV 

IT’S HERE: This year’s Metro Manila Film Fest entries

The Metro Manila Film Fest selection committee, headed by University of the Philippines professor Nick Tiongson announced the eight full length movies and eight short films on Friday, November 18. Notably missing from the entries are Vic Sotto and Vice Ganda, even films starring famous love teams James Reid and Nadine Lustre (JaDine), Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla (KathNiel), Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil (LizQuen), and Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza (Aldub). The MMFF’s executive committee wants a “thorough reform” of the selection process. The new rules dictate that choices for…

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