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Fort Drum was napalmed in 1945. It has been abandoned since.
For over a hundred years, a lonely ghost stands as sentinel in Manila Bay, guarding against enemies long vanquished. The ghostly island was once known as El Fraile (The Friar), until it was leveled, reshaped, and named Fort Drum by the Americans after the ...
 
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There are tons of great Filipino podcasts out there.
Podcasts have become increasingly popular in recent years, and finding a good podcast isn't as hard as it used to be. Just check our list of the best podcasts of 2020 (so far). Finding a good Filipino podcast, however, is still a ...
 
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This survey took a deep dive into the Philippine startup ecosystem.
The ecosystem of startups in the Philippines has been slowly and steadily growing in the last few years, nurturing a number of standout startups, like Coin.ph and Investagrams, to name a few. In 2020, the ecosystem is now home to more than: ...
 
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Carlo Katigbak became ABS-CBN's president and CEO in 2016.
Carlo Katigbak made national headlines today when he showed up at a senate hearing regarding the franchise renewal of ABS-CBN, and apologized to President Duterte for the network’s alleged failure to air his political ads during the 2016 national elections. Many people applauded ...
 
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Because your hair needs to be cared for, too.
Like skincare, it doesn't hurt to have a selection of hair care products at the ready. Think about it: just because you have a great head of hair now, doesn't mean it will always be like that. After all, the top of ...
 
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The first three months of 1970 were a time of intense unrest and upheaval that shook the country to its very core and changed its destiny for better or worse.
It has been said that there are decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks where decades happen. For the Philippines, January to March 1970, the First Quarter Storm, was the latter.Those who were there when it happened can attest to how ...
 
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In this day and age of “low, low downpayment” schemes, is it okay to buy secondhand cars?
Secondhand cars: are they worth it? It’s the question on every car buyer’s mind and a major watercooler fodder, especially for guys. Everyone has an opinion and I love how it gets people going on this unending and ridiculous back and forth.There’s no ...
 
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From the jeweler of kings, these masterpieces are precious and dazzling, handsome and elegant.
A watch by Cartier is a must for any serious ticker collection. And while the French luxury house may be more known for creating dazzling jewelry (the kind that can compel a woman to say yes), you must know that it also ...
 
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The actor and musician shares his favorite items.
For actor-turned-musician Bret Jackson, it's all about that comfy fit. These days, he spends most of his time in the studio and that calls for an assortment of relaxed hoodies and joggers. And if we learned anything from the past decade, it's that a simple ...
 
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Time to make that New Year’s resolution come true.
Suck at money? Congrats. You’re part of the 99 percent of people in their 20s floundering when it comes to finance. Adulting is hard, and money is harder—especially when it’s your own and not your parents. My Two Cents is here to break down ...
 
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It's the new takeover trend in food.
There are many places you can go with flour, butter, and eggs. It can take you to cookies, cakes, pancakes, and, in light of more timely treats, the latest food fad to hit the world: soufflé pancakes.Soufflé pancakes are exactly how they sound: a ...
 
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His death birthed the Yamashita standard, or what many simply call command responsibility.
Tomoyuki Yamashita is a name many Filipinos, particularly older generations, know all too well. Any mention of his name is tinged with distaste if not outright disgust. Besides the war loot or treasure he and the Japanese forces allegedly hid in caves ...
 
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Where to go to make the most of the long weekend?
After the 14 years that was January 2020, it feels like it’s time for a break. With 12 long weekends in the pipeline this year (excluding still-to-be-announced holidays), it seems a crying shame to spend those long weekends on an accidental staycation at ...
 
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And five golden strategies to improve your business’ marketing strategies.
Suck at money? Congrats. You’re part of the 99 percent of people in their 20s floundering when it comes to finance. Adulting is hard, and money is harder—especially when it’s your own and not your parents. My Two Cents is here to break down ...
 
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When it comes to your wedding party, bear gifts they will actually enjoy.
Groomsmen gifts can be pretty tricky. “It’s the thought that counts,” they say, but what do you really want to convey with shot glasses, bag tags, and beer mugs? The only thing these communicate is the lack of thought put into them. Ditch ...
 
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The chocolate cake of your childhood.
Of the many variants of cake, the Black Forest is among those that get the least attention. Not a lot of dessert places in Manila offer the famed chocolate-fruit cream cake medley, much to the dismay of ‘90s kids who have come ...
 
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Valentine's Day ideas that won't end in a breakup.
Out of Valentine’s Day ideas? Here’s some life-saving content that will make her think twice about dumping your ass. The fact of the matter is, women are getting exasperated planning every single Valentine’s day for every lousy boyfriend/husband too lazy to take ...
 
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Feuding families, grisly murders, crimes of passion, and more!
The Philippines gets a bad rep for criminal cases, partly because they take ages to solve (if they get solved at all), and also because these "mysteries" are treated like tabloid sensations. Media in the '90s, in particular, had a habit of turning grisly ...
 
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Head up north for your dose of unique food finds
The Metro Manila bustle has gotten us dreaming of weekend escapes that appeal for the charm they promise: a change in scenery and routine, a relatively peaceful hours’ worth drive, and a culinary experience unlike any other. Sure, there are many getaway ...
 
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Puwera usog is actually a counter-charm to an accidental hex.
Puwera usog, tabi tabi po, and tao po are common phrases in the Philippines, each tied to a history of supernatural beliefs. The phrases are hundreds of years old, with "tao po" predating the Spanish colonization of the Philippines. For centuries, Filipinos have ...
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