Si Doctor Li at Ang Nakakoronang Virus is a story written by Francesca Cavallo (New York Bestselling Author or Good Night Stories of Rebel Girls) about 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic, originally posted on her website.
Before applying and taking the examination for a Student-Driver’s Permit, one has to attend a 15-Hour Theoretical Driving Seminar. This applies to those getting a New Student’s Permit and renewing Expired Student’s Permit with LTO.
Sewer Rant is opening its platform to any aspiring writers and bloggers out there who are willing to share their talent with the world.
Following the release of debut single “Just Got Home” and “Araw at Buwan”, Denice Lao has yet another pleasant surprise in store for all of us. Her new song, “Breathe” is out now on Spotify.
2021 may still be a full year away, but the National Quintessential Committee (NQC) headed by Dr. Rene Escalante, Chairperson of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines and Vice-Chairperson of NQC has held a number of activities to commemorate this important milestone in our Philippine history.
To culminate an incredible 2019 for Ilog Pasig, Taga-Alog invited us to the ASUL Grand Concert, celebrating the success of their many projects for the promotion and rehabilitation of the river with a night of Original Pilipino Music (OPM).
akbay Baybay is an experiential tour along the cities where Ilog Pasig flows. It aims to promote our cultural identity and also educate Filipinos of the historical significance of their own cities in a fun and engaging manner.
To celebrate the release of her debut single “Just Got Home”, singer/songwriter Denice Lao invited us to her “Denice Just Got Home” Music Launch last October 9, 2019 held in Jess and Pat’s in Maginhawa, Quezon City.
Twenty-eight aspiring Filipino Songwriters were picked out of more than a hundred applicants who submitted original songs for this year’s Taga-Alog 2019 Tampisawit Mini Songwriting Bootcamp by PhilPop, Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCAA).
Instead of having a wild night out again with my friends for my bday, I just decided to march with my LGBTQ+ brothers and sisters.