Scarevenger Hunt, the annual Halloween event for the Davao media, returns this year as a fighting game-themed adventure race.
Battle Royale 2014 will gather Davao City’s media practitioners for a morning of fun group activities inspired by fighting video games. The participants are expected to put their fierce game faces on and to come in their fighter-inspired outfits. Continue reading
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The new iPhone came out last month. With that, of course, came excited Apple cult followers, Apple bashers, wanna be tech analysts, social climbers who started scraping the bottom of their bank accounts, and indifferent people who are already happy with their mid-range Samsung or the low-end but super durable Nokia.
If you kinda love it and you feel like you want to jump on the bandwagon, let me remind you, the price tag that came with this “it” phone is a hefty one for the regular working Filipino. Here are the numbers: P33,600 for the 16GB, P38,780 for the 64GB and P43,950 for the 128GB iPhone 6. Pretty hefty, huh? Continue reading
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Since last year, rumors about our Mayor, Rody Duterte, running for president, have been going around. Several people see it as a mere publicity stunt; others were declared “overly fanatic” for endorsing him in the national office. As of this writing, there’s already a “Duterte for President” movement setting their anchors in key cities of the country. Continue reading
Breeze ActivBleach is treating mommies across the country to a day off from their laundry chores with the simultaneous nationwide event 1Laba Day happening on August 28. Moms in barangays throughout Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao are invited to head to 1Laba Day venues and let Breeze’s revolutionary ActivBleach take care of their stained clothes while they take part in exciting activities Breeze has in store for them to celebrate every mother’s hard work and love for her family.
There is no doubt that a diverse art culture is thriving in this lively city. Davao is home to different voices and mediums of creative ideas; literature, graphic arts, music, film, and other artistic initiatives.
This coming August 30, 2014, the Young Davao Writers, the youth wing of the Davao Writers Guild, will be hosting the 5th yearly poetry event, LitOrgy, as litVrgy. The 5th year, depicted as the V in litVrgy (in Roman Numeral), is a brand new experience as this is the first mass-advertised spoken word event. LitOrgy was coined from “Literary” and “Orgy”, which depicts poetry as a fluid and a kinetic experience rather that just some words on a page.
The exclusive franchise dealer of Isuzu Philippines Corporation in Davao has come a long way since it was established as Southern Motors, Inc. (SMI) in 1949 under the Yutivo and Sons Group of Companies.
My friends know me to be a big fan of Taters, the ultimate snack league and my go-to place for popcorn when watching a movie. And I will have more reasons to go fan girling over the brand as they celebrate their 20th anniversary! Continue reading
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Last week was a tough week for hardcore partygoers. As you know, a party organizer was revoked of her license. But that’s not the end, of course. There are still parties lined up for the party-hyper Dabawenyos and truly, our mayor was right, there’s no stopping the kids from partying.
However, we all know that partying, staying up late and loading on alcohol is not good for your skin. That is why we developed this list of post-party skin rejuvenation tactics to help you fake a good night’s sleep.
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When you’re in your 20s, it’s normal to feel invincible. You think you can never get sick, you think you’ll easily get out of debt, you’ll think you’re ready to live alone, quit your day job, dye your hair pink, et cetera. This is why we make a lot of flippant decisions and forgive ourselves easily. However, when you talk about money, it’s usually a different story.
Money, in our 20s, can be easily mishandled. And that’s okay. From a mere P150 a day when we were still studying, we jump to at least P300 a day when we start working. If you graduated top of your class, have a few awards or go straight to a call center company, most likely, you’ll even start with a 5-digit income. Of course, that is more than enough. That is why you will have no excuse not to save and invest. Continue reading
Today, I cooked rice without the aid of a rice cooker. It felt awesome. But let me tell you the backstory.
I know how to make the good old spaghetti, a few whip-up desserts, some fried breakfast meals, and a couple of Pinoy viands. But I never thought this day would come this soon. The day I’d gamble my dignity trying to cook rice without a rice cooker. (And afterwards telling the blogosphere about it.) Continue reading