More articles about: Metro Manila

 
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She's part of a rare breed of dedicated restaurant pastry chefs in the metro, and her future's looking pretty sweet.
Modern French restaurant Metronome has quickly become one of the city’s favorite dining spots with its fabulous menu by the Miko Calo-led team. Those who have tried the food will not contest its sophistication, and surely, they’ll also be surprised to discover ...
 
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It's the fourth attempt to restore the Grand Dame of Manila.
The Manila Metropolitan Theater (a.k.a. the Met), despite its age, continues to stand tall amid traffic jams, pollution, and noise in Plaza Lawton. But of course, we all know what's behind the pink-colored façade—a decrepit building. Finally, after stalled operations for its ...
 
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From its initial agribusiness to its current diverse portfolio, these are some of the corporation’s milestones across 185 years.
Ayala Corporation is one of the oldest and largest conglomerates in the Philippines. It marks its 185th anniversary this year.What was initially a distillery business has grown into a mammoth corporation with a diverse portfolio that covers interests such as real estate, ...
 
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Take a peek at the possible designs for this new airport!
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport may have lost its crowning title of 'world's worst airport' in 2013 (thankfully) but the reputation has stuck. Overcrowding, flight delays, and shoddy infrastructure have all contributed to the logistical nightmare that is Metro Manila's main airway.To ...
 
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San Miguel Corporation president Ramon Ang remembers his roots and gives back to his hometown.
“Batang Tondo ako eh... kumita na tayo ng konti so ibinabalik ko naman dito sa lugar kung saan ako nanggaling, which is Manila and Tondo,” said Ang in a report by ABS-CBN. (“I grew up in Tondo… We earned a little, so it’s about right to ...
 
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You can’t miss out on one of the country’s longest-running trade fairs.
The Negros Trade Fair, organized by the Association of Negros Producers (ANP), will be celebrating its 34th year of putting the spotlight on Negrense cultural products—from a mouthwatering array of delicacies, crafted finds, to artisanal furniture. One of the country’s longest-running trade ...
 
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"In the same way that Narcissus’ portrait was made, this is me remembering who I am.”
With over 20 years of experience in the industry, artist and photographer Wawi Navarroza has had her fair share of ups and downs. From receiving grants and awards, to losing all her works and contracting a deadly disease, each experience shaped her ...
 
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We clarified some of the biggest misconceptions about owning a franchise business in the Philippines.
It’s the ultimate dream of many Filipinos to own a franchise business in the Philippines. How many hopefuls have fantasized about winning the lottery, then purchasing a franchise of Jollibee, easily the most popular restaurant in the country? We’ve all wanted its supposed perks: ...
 
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Shakespeare fans will have to wait to enjoy the grand productions of these classic tales.
UPDATED (9/13/19): This month, two of Shakespeare's classic stories were slated to be staged by the U.K.-based company, Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre. A staging of A Midsummer Night's Dream and Macbeth were supposed to charm Manila audiences at the Theatre at Solaire this ...
 
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This just gave us the perfect reason to dine out this weekend.
Filipinos are doing a good job with steak. A recent survey by Big 7 Travel has included five Philippine-based steakhouses as part of its 50 Best Steaks in Asia list. With its big portions and traditional service, I'm Angus makes the cut at 47th place, while French ...
 
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Here’s a look into the strong, influential current that is sustainable fashion.
Last year was touted as the “year of sustainability,” but looking back at all the recent developments in 2019 thus far, the relevance of sustainable movements in business has definitely solidified. Just last August 24 at the G7 Summit in Biarritz, fashion ...
 
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Make this your new Sunday habit.
Back in the day—specifically from the 1800s to the 1900s, Calle de Escolta in Manila was the place to be. It would have given today's BGC and Makati a run for their money with all the luxury stores, jewelry and watch shops, restaurants, and theaters ...
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