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For a convenient but no less excellent coffee fix.
For a lot of folks, coffee is life—and while purists will insist on taking their brew black, there are also times that we hanker for the extra creamy lift that you get with a splash of milk. And for convenience’s sake, nothing
Confused? Here's what you need to know.
Metro Manila and neighboring provinces Bulacan, Laguna, Cavite, and Rizal will remain under general community quarantine or GCQ "with restrictions" until June 15. The ever-changing quarantines at times cause confusion with the need for Malacañang to issue additional guidelines.*This story originally appeared
These spots are as chill as can be.
What is it about minimalist cafes, anyway? Maybe it’s the fact that they’re a serene escape from our stressful everyday lives; maybe it’s just that they’re totally picturesque and make for great content for our Instagram feed. Or maybe it's just the
It will last for a period of six months.
Last Tuesday night, March 17, President Rodrigo Duterte declared a state of calamity in the Philippines to control the rapid spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country. As of this writing, the Philippines has a total of 187 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 14 deaths
You have to see the startling lack of traffic.
March 15 was the first day of the Metro Manila-wide community quarantine imposed by the government. Its aim is to prevent the further spread of COVID-19, but government also admitted that it would only be successful if everyone would cooperate.The following photos
A strict curfew will be imposed to halt the spread of COVID-19.
Today, Malacañang issued a memorandum on strict guidelines for the implementation of Community Quarantine in Metro Manila. The said rules will be effective starting tomorrow, March 15, until April 14, 2020.Here’s a breakdown of the guidelines:As per the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority
Domestic travel will be suspended to and from the metro.
The government has raised COVID-19’s alert level to code red sublevel 2. And for those of you who need some clarification on what this means, let’s clear things up a bit. Here’s how this will affect Metro Manila based on what we know from
Want a change in scenery but not willing to drive far?
Long weekends are an excuse to pack your bags and escape your creeping deadlines, but with only a couple days of rest, there isn’t enough time to go on a beach trip or fly abroad. Don’t worry though, because you can find
Hyve celebrates its first birthday with overflowing drinks, sick beats, and a fun, stylish crowd.
One of Manila’s hottest clubs, Hyve, just celebrated its first anniversary last night with overflowing drinks, lots of sparklers, sick beats, and a fun stylish crowd! Filled to the brim with their regulars and friends, the energy was totally over the roof,