More articles about: nostalgia

 
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Jolo Revilla, Angelica Alita host welcome dinner for wedding guests.
Showbiz personalities come and go.Some are fortunate enough to steal the spotlight and stay in the industry, while others only bask in the limelight for a time before slowly fading away.Then there are the stars who dominate the scene enough to leave ...
 
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Remember these chocolates from the sari-sari store?
For a lot of kids who grew up in the '80s and early '90s, Serg's chocolates from the sari-sari store were part of a very happy childhood. The chocolate bars, which had a recognizable pinstripe wrapper, were a favorite among Pinoy children when local chocolate brands ...
 
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This wasn't the first time athletes had trouble with accommodations
It's odd to think about all the complaints regarding the upcoming 2019 Southeast Asian Games, especially because it's not the first time that the country hosted the prestigious sporting event. Prior to this year, the Philippines hosted it three other times. You'd ...
 
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The theme park that just burned down was a holiday destination for many Filipino families.
For some reason, my family likes going to amusement parks. It started during the days of Fiesta Carnival  in Cubao, with my mama patiently waiting on the ground for my brother and I to finish our carousel ride, waving back dutifully each ...
 
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Dennis Gorecho once celebrated his birthday with Buddy Zabala over ice cream and an old movie.
Most fans of the Eraserheads know that its members attended the University of the Philippines in Diliman. It was there that Ely Buendia, Raymund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala, and Marcus Adoro got their start, eventually becoming one of the most influential musical artists in ...
 
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The fate of one of the first big shopping malls in the metro is uncertain.
Harrison Plaza is considered by many to be a cultural icon that defined their childhood. Occupying 75,000 square meters of space, it was one of the first big shopping malls in Metro Manila. Harrison Plaza officially opened in 1976, a time when ...
 
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Does this video take you back?
There’s always that one relative who never tires of going on and on about how much nicer things were back in their day. To him or her, ‘back in my day’ applies to everything: music, television, politics, and of course, driving.Thing is, ...
 
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How many legends can you spot?
On his Facebook page, Rico Blanco has posted a rare photo of OPM legends from 1996. “How many legends can you spot in this gem of a photo?” asks the singer-songwriter.Although the uploaded image is a bit blurry, fans still managed to ...
 
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All-white sharkskin suits, luxury cars, and a grand mansion.
From what life was like in the glory days of Intramuros to photos from when the Philippines was called the "Paris of the East," details from the past have always been a source of fascination for many. With our track record of keeping history, however, photos ...
 
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The restaurant industry is a game of survival. Take it from these 11 chains that continue to thrive today.
Many of us know that Toho in Binondo is the oldest restaurant in the Philippines. With a history that took root in 1888 (Rizal was allegedly a customer) and a revamp in the 1980s after the original burned down, Toho is a ...
 
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People loathed it so much they started hoarding cans of classic Coke. Now it's getting a limited release.
Thanks to a marketing campaign with the Netflix series Stranger Things,the 1985 drink New Coke is coming back this week. But when New Coke was first released in 1985, it "spawned consumer angst the likes of which no business has ever seen," according ...
 
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Behind the names Tokyo Tom, Taro Sakuro, and the Great Kabooki is a Filipino with the heart of a champion.
Wrestling has always had a worldwide audience, ever since the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) was founded in 1948 as a governing body for professional wrestling. Based in America, the NWA began promoting brawling matches on television back in the early 1950s. By ...
 
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The beat and the bustle of Philippine business began here!
You think of the present-day Pasig River and its surrounding areas as a not-so pleasant sight when you happen to be sitting in traffic along EDSA (which is probably every day). But there was once a time when the river was filled with ...
 
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A glimpse of Quezon City from the past.
Way before Maginhawa or Teachers Village became your go-to hangout, Quezon City already had C.O.D. and Cubao, alongside other memorable landmarks. Have you ever stopped to think what was in this busy city before it had MRT stations and commercial buildings? Straddling the northeastern side of ...
 
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The fascinating history of how cars arrived in the Philippines.
An index of affluence for Filipino in the days of the American rule was the possession of an automobile. To this day, having a car—next to owning a house—continues to top the list of goals of every working Pinoy. The car industry ...
 
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Back when Manila was called “Paris of the East.”
Many Asian cities have been called “Paris of the East” but none more so than Manila. Also called the “Pearl of the Orient” because of the country’s collection of islands that resembled precious stones, Manila was the envy of neighboring Asian countries ...
 
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There's more to know about this homegrown heroine.
Superhero movies and comics have now become cool. The interest in the realm of superheroes and supervillains has grown, but sadly, our own local comic book heroes have been tragically overshadowed. So it’s high time we showed our Amazing Warrior Maiden, “Ang Kamangha-Manghang Dilag,” Darna, some ...
 
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They don't make beverages like these vintage soft drinks anymore.
In the 50s, 60s, and 70s, one of the best ways to cool off was to go to your nearest sari-sari store and pick up a five- or 10-centavo bottle of your favorite soft drink. There was Sunta, if you wanted an ...
 
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A fan and former jock reminisces about NU107, once the country’s loudest and proudest radio station
I was 15 on an ordinary December day in 1987 when I started exploring other genres of music. Upon a friend’s advice, I took a radical right turn on the FM dial and chanced upon a nascent rock station broadcasting at 107.5 ...
 
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There was something called Analgina
What’s in a brand name? A brand name defines and differentiates a product from its competitors in the eyes of the customer. So important are brand names that they can make or break a product—an urban legend has it that a car ...
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