It took 42 years before another Filipina was crowned Miss Universe. It was, however, not the length of time that was thought-provoking, but the way the Philippines won the crown. American television host and actorcomedian Broderick “Steve” Harvey, who hosted the pageant, fi rst announced
Even before US President Barack Obama took notice of the Filipino inventor of SALt lamp, Aisa Mijeno, she has been making waves in the social entrepreneurship scene. Aisa who hails from Batangas is an engineering instructor at the De La Salle University-Lipa with her brother
While Dior fragrances, makeup and skincare have enjoyed over 30 successful years in the Philippines, the luxury brand has nally decided to set up its standalone boutique—the rst agship in the country—at the newly transformed SM Makati.
In 2013, Manila saw a very
Delight the taste buds and luxuriate in the refreshing coolness of Pen Pals Polka and Halo-Halo
Harana. When the temperature is soaring in the high 30’s, the two ultimate coolers offered at The Peninsula Manila are extremely welcome indulgences.
Pen Pals Polka has 11 scoops of ice
Top chef, Sau del Rosario has traveled the world and anywhere he went, he would find ways to introduce Pinoy cuisine. During his cooking demo at The Maya Kitchen’s Culinary Elite Series,
Chef Sau admitted that it was not easy, it was always a struggle but
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Nice Day co ee is now the o cial co ee of the biggest basketball association in the country, the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). e big guys of the court can now enjoy an unlimited supply of an impressive co ee innovation.
“Mangan, tana.” is a warm invitation which means, “Let’s eat.” in Pampango. And Chef Claude Tayag is arguably, one of the best ambassadors of the province. He is a renowned sculptor, book author, newspaper columnist and chef.
In a cooking demo at The Maya Kitchen, he
By Emilia Sibal
Various film festivals have been taking the Metro by storm in recent years and organizers are proving to be unstoppable at creating fresh ideas to stir things up in the festival scene. Meeting success on its festival debut last year, “Reelive the