Do you know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Continue reading
Yes, we were at the last Cebu Comic Con last last weekend(we apologize for the tardiness)… and it was so much fun! Were you there, too? If the answer is “yes”, did you go as some famous fictional character… or as yourself? Continue reading
Last Thursday, a co-worker invited us to this quaint little cafe in Guadalupe called A Little Piece of Sky… because he said there was an art exhibit there he thinks I might like. And well, he wasn’t entirely wrong. Continue reading
Growing up watching animes on TV has somehow made me curious about the Japanese culture for quite a while–especially about their food. But it was only when I was already working, and able to afford it, that I was able to indulge that curiosity. Yay! Continue reading
Urban Legends are tales that are alleged to be true but have little or no supporting evidence. They are usually spread in various forms. Cebu has its own share of puzzling and often scary urban legends. Here are 11 of the most popular ones.
Personally, spicy food is both a beloved and hated epicurean experience. Why? Continue reading
You’ve probably heard of a couple of amazing rumors about Cebu over lunch or at social gatherings. Some of these rumors are so good to be true that you’re positive they will never see the light of day. But after the SRP became a reality, can we be fully certain? In recent years, exciting rumors have surfaced. Here are 15 of the most awesome of these rumors.
My beloved city has long been a culturally diverse one, especially when it comes to its epicurean fares. Continue reading
If you’re thinking that the only reason the Japanese come to the PI is to squander away their riches, then you’re wrong. Just this week, Hanging Rice discovered the answer to this question: “Aside from ‘touring,’ what else do these tourists do ?” And the answer to that is quite thrilling – they make money! Crazy, right?
Who’s ready for some good ole mind-blowing news? Are you excited? Megaworld Corp, the property developer giant you’ve probably already heard about, is bringing ‘Eastwood City’ to Cebu!
One of the advantages of having a regular job is that you get to splurge sometimes and not feel so hopelessly guilty. And a visit to this delightful food place is exactly that–a splurge. But hey, it’s certainly a worthwhile one.
Want to do something fun and worthwile this summer? Join Gualandi Volunteer Service Programme, Inc.’s Break the Silence Run: Stop Deaf Child Sexual Abuse.
And I mean that, exactly… I’m a total novice at this. :P Anyway, this was the first time I cooked this scrumptious dish by myself. Boy, was I in for a big surprise… and some amazingly humongous work! But hey, it was loads of fun! ^_^
Wyndelle Remonde held the opening of his first solo exhibit Wednesday before last at the QUBE Gallery, CAP Center. Entitled Work Space, the exhibit is a requirement for the completion of his bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines.
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