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At a time when societies are as divisive as they are now perhaps what we need more than ever are people like President Manuel Quezon to put their empathy to action.
“Could I have done more?”Manuel Quezon, second President of the Philippines and the first of the Commonwealth, asks this question of his wife, Aurora, as they view a 1944 newsreel on the atrocities of the Nazi regime. The American cameras don’t hold ...
 
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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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This little kiosk grew into an actual business in just one year.
Desperate times often bring good fortune. In the case of Ohayo Maki x Sushi Bar, owners Miko Cayetano, Jorge Mendez, and Richard Legada, it came when they depleted their savings.Cayetano initially struck gold as a stockbroker, but his newfound wealth went as quickly ...
 
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Because the chicken is just that good
The Pollo a la Brasa is back and we can now all rejoice.Mantaro, the little Peruvian gem that serves authentic Peruvian chicken, is back—and this time, at a bigger place and with a longer menu. Located along Scout Rallos, the newly rebooted Mantaro ...
 
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North vs. Center vs South: Where do you hang out? What's your mall attire? Are you having the most fun?
Welcome to the Truly Rich Districts of Metro Manila, with Makati being the central business and residential district, and everything outside labelled “the north” or “the south.” Your golden address defines your Truly Rich personality. Where do you live? ...
 
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They restored an Art Deco-style mansion designed by National Artist for Architecture Pablo S. Antonio Sr.
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bataan is known for transporting their guests to the 18th century with its collection of Spanish colonial-era houses, relocated from various provinces in the Philippines. Now, the Acuzar family is bringing their flair for restoring heritage homes ...
 
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Chef Chester Delos Velas is cooking world class dishes at the Penthouse of Hotel Rembrandt.
The effort to attract passersby with faded tarpaulins offering happy hours and room rate deals ironically help Hotel Rembrandt blend in the background. You could call it a Quezon City institution if only it hasn't become such a blink-and-you'll-miss-it establishment. However, recent developments ...
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