This is a gem from our video team. Caption: It was a one in a million chance for Mang Albert to capture the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, and that moment sure did make him realize that his passion for photography was worth living for. Watch Alberto Garcia tell his story about the Mt. Pinatubo eruption … Continue reading The Mt. Pinatubo Explosion: One of TIME Magazine’s Top 100 Photos of the Century
Snoring is a repetitive loud coarse noise created when the air you inhale causes the soft tissue at the back of your throat to vibrate. It happens because of a constricted airway in the nose and mouth. It can be hard to sleep if your spouse that shares the same bed with you suffer from … Continue reading We Ask: Can Snoring Break My Marriage?
*This column originally appeared in February 2007 for Mobile Philippines Magazine under Hinge Media Inc. Column: The Prodigal Screen Protector and other Bedtime Stories I found that the best way to measure your geek factor would be to turn off all the lights in your room and see how many blinking lights are left on. … Continue reading #Throwback Column: Geek Life Unplugged: A New Year Resolution
Address: 2nd Floor Robinson’s Madison Mall Don Jesus Blvd (Alabang Hills) Madison is a new community mall that popped up right across the new Hillsborough Church after the Alabang Hills exit. It’s a boon for people from Alabang Hills, Hillsborough and BF Homes who want to experience new places to eat without having to cross … Continue reading Schmidt’s x Llucia: Serious Hotdogs and Churros
Aguirre Ave in BF Homes has garnered a reputation for being a food haven. Though not quite in Aquirre Avenue, El Grande, which runs perpendicular to BF Homes’ main road brings a similar charm of food real estate. For instance, Fat Butchick’s and Spin Cafe are some of the must-try places for any southern (or … Continue reading Spiffy’s Grove Cider Bar in El Grande, BF Homes
This piece originally appeared in the Manila Bulletin Lifestyle Section on May 1 2016. A short tribute to Luis Katigbak from his technology tech support My relationship with Luis was one that was kept mostly at arms length. That is, an arm away from the computer screen. My time with Luis was professional at most, … Continue reading Luis, I’m listening!
Wow it’s been ages since I wrote about my sojourns. Today it’s Tokyo. As a lover of all things specialty coffee, it comes as a surprise to me that in my latest trip abroad, coffee was last in my priorities. One week in Japan (spent for work) allowed me for relative freedom to explore Tokyo … Continue reading Specialty Coffee in Ginza: Cafe De L’ambre
Hello. Just a quick update. I’m blogging. Again! It’s been a long, long road since 8List back in 2012. Just this week, the team at Manila Bulletin soft-lunched MBLife, which is essentially our own agile experiment at our millennial marketing efforts. From the lighter side of Manila Bulletin, we welcome you to MB LIFE, our … Continue reading Manila Bulletin’s MBLife
This piece originally appears in full in the Lifestyle Section of The Manila Bulletin. There was nothing but excitement as the escalator took me up to the floor of Arrozeria at the Century Mall. Known for its paella and other dishes focused on rice, the venue of choice piqued my (blooming) sensitivities to expand my … Continue reading A slice of exotica: Rachaleve’s Kenyan Cuisine
In this technologically evolving world, it’s easy to forget about the technologies that got us to where we are today. Many of them aren’t obsolete in the way the floppy disc or cassette tape is. Simple inventions like the ink pen continue to be as relevant today as they were when they were first introduced. … Continue reading 3 Reasons to Try Out Handwriting Again
A Manila Bulletin Video Production Farming has been the long-standing primary livelihood for the family of Maximino Legaspi, a native here who hails from Barangay Malasin ― he breathes it day in and day out, and it runs in his veins.
Our Manila Bulletin video team was able to interview summa cum laude Tiffany Uy for our weekend video series. Check it out below.
Today on Manila Bulletin, the center-spread opens up to reveal a QR code and NFC tag that allows you to watch this video on your mobile device. Manila Bulletin presents Lupang Hinirang as sung by Gerphil Flores. Happy Independence Day!
Check out our feature on the Urban Agri Trade Show at the Rockwell Tent.
I was invited to the opening of the country’s first LEGO Certified Store at the KidZania building along BGC. Check out my piece in Manila Bulletin on the opening, with photos. It was also good to be reunited with old Internet friends Marc and Sharm Macalua all dressed up as Storm Troopers for the launch. … Continue reading LEGO Certified Store at KidZania in BGC