Do-It-Yourself itinerary to Mt. Batolusong

  There are a lot of things that Tanay in Rizal Province has to offer – from food to good people to nature’s gift. But one thing that would make you go back to this laid back town is its mountains. Big portion of Tanay is actually part of Sierra Madre, the longest mountain range … Continue reading

[VIRAL] Photo of a girl in ‘fragile’ tape, shows harassment on the rise

Have you ever imagined yourself covered with a packaging tape? In public? Oppressed with movement because of tape ? For Nikki Melchor, she had already imagined it and her imagination came to life. This is because a photo of her of which she is covered with packaging tape printed with word, ‘fragile’ and her mouth … Continue reading

Q and A with Cinemalaya Short B Film Directors

You already knew the things that inspired the directors of films in Cinemalaya Short A. Read this question and answer post, this time from the Cinemalaya Short B directors. Below are the non-verbatim questions from the audience, and the answers of the directors as understood by the writer of this post (since he has no … Continue reading

In photos: HOLI FESTIVAL 2015

Last Sunday, March 01, people of different nationalities converged for the 3rd year celebration of India’s very own Holi Festival or the Festival of Colors held at SM Mall of Asia. The festival was organized by the Asia Society Foundation together with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce Philippines, Embassy of India and other … Continue reading

In case you missed it: All school performances in the UAAP Streetdance Competition 2015

The UAAP Streetdance Competition was backed again this 2015 after a year of rest in the competition. The UP Streetdance Club defended its championship title. UP is followed by the Ateneo and Lasalle as second and third, respectively. Below are the Youtube videos of the performances of all UAAP member schools in the recently concluded … Continue reading

Papers posted in AS that many UP Diliman students missed for not taking the midyear term

You, how would you answer them?

Perks of Being a Jesse M. Robredo Ambassador

“For this country to succeed, we need to make heroes out of the ordinary people. We need to make heroes out of ourselves.”  – Mayor /Secretary Jesse M. Robredo  Speakers and facilitators were kept on saying that out of 300 plus applicants of the Jesse M. Robredo Youth Leaders’ Camp, only 40 were able to … Continue reading

3 reasons why I do not offer my seat to woman passengers in MRT

I first rode the MRT 5 years ago and nothing had changed. There are still everyday rushing passengers, crowded train compartments and technical failures on the part of the MRT system maintenance. These things will always be a part of MRT’s operation if the government continues to not do anything. Well, another case to be … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of Dinagat Island Rep. Arlene “Kaka” Bag-ao

It is said that you will never know someone unless you, yourself, get involved in that someone’s life. This is especially true among your acquaintances, your friends, your celebrity idols, your favorite writers, your crushes and the like. But do ever try imagine interviewing a politician whom people usually don’t know about and create many … Continue reading

  • Recommended Foreign Films

    C.O.G. starring Jonathan Groff

  • The Words starring Bradley Cooper

  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower starring Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and Ezra Miller

  • Stranger than Fiction starring Will Ferrel

  • Recommended Local Films

    Ang Nawawala starring Dominic and Felix Roco

  • Liars starring Alessandra de Rossi

  • Babagwa (The Spider's Lair) starring Alex Medina

  • Recommended Foreign Novels

    The Spectacular Now by Tim Tharp

  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

  • Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

  • Recommended Local Novels

    El Filibusterismo ni Jose Rizal

  • Dekada '70 ni Lualhati Bautista

  • MacArthur ni Bob Ong

SAOIRSE

forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit

The wANNEderess

Saving myself from the world one adventure at a time

Love, Abi

Writings from a mom who juggles spending time with her kids and work. This is about the where, what, when and how of what she and her kids love doing.

Random Escapades

Let's just say that this blog contains random thoughts by that random girl.

Home of Lost Words

I may have aphasia, but writing is my formidable voice.

Im ashamed to die until i have won some victory for humanity.(Horace Mann)

Domenic Garisto/havau22.com / IF YOU CAN'T BE THE POET, BE THE POEM (David Carradine) LIFE IS NOT A REHERSAL,SO LIVE IT.

Mel's Musings and Marvels

Musings Inspired by my Maker and Master Himself

Stargazer ☆

Thoughts are stars fathomed into constellations.

the punctuation marks

Questions (?). Intense Emotions (!). Narratives. (.) MULTIFACETED LIFE.

CAPS BULLETIN

Thoughts of a Government Employee.

The Eng'g student struggles to write

Le Misstache

Travel and Movie Blog by Shayne Zalameda

PsycheGee

(not) the totality of me