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Vice Ganda Reveals How He Saved Up Money During His Early Days

"Yumaman ako kasi nagsipag naman din ako. Nagtrabaho ako."
When we talk about today's most lustrous showbiz personalities, Vice Ganda's name definitely rises to the top. The 45-year-old has graced almost every stage and screen, selling out movie theaters and putting a smile on millions of Filipinos daily. It may be
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This 22-Year-Old Music Lover Will Make You Fall Back in Love With Vinyl Records

Gab Saulog, through his online vinyl record store Acetate Music, is here to bridge the past and present through music
Sour by Olivia Rodrigo, Happier Than Ever by Billie Eilish, and Gaucho by Steely Dan are quite the mixed bag of records. The latter sticks out as a more vintage title compared to the two 2021 releases, but these are what came
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Here's How Ann Li Went From PBB Star to International Fashion Entrepreneur

In case you didn’t know, Ann Louie Li is also a photographer, influencer, fashion blogger, actress, model and was part of Forbes’ 30 under 30 in 2017!
We first got introduced to Ann Li way back in 2010, when she rose to fame on Pinoy Big Brother as the other half of the loveteam JamLi, with James Reid. You'll still find some clips of her time on the reality
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Here’s How These BFFs Launched A Minimalist Brand That Showcases Filipino Textiles

Mica, Marina, and Maia founded Aruga Studio. They offer the prettiest handmade dresses, polos, and crop tops!
Sustainability and timelessness have rightfully become the standard. When we shop, we look for clothes that can be styled up or down for different events, transcend trends, and are of excellent quality—it's always a win when we find garments we know will
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Ateneo's 2019 Valedictorian Has a Tear-Jerking Essay on Success

"I was raised in poverty—there was never enough food on our table, my parents were not always regular employees, and as students, my sister and I had childhoods filled with promissory notes for delayed tuition fee payments."
Ateneo de Manila University's valedictorian for 2019 just wrote an inspiring essay on hardwork and generosity, and it's a thought-provoking piece that everyone should read.Graduating as a cum laude for B.A. Management Economics, Reycel Hyacenth Bendaña also happens to be the President