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Teatro Tomasino presents “Kasaray Duma” this May 2018

Teatro Tomasino, the official theater group of the University of Santo Tomas (UST), will have “Kasaray Duma: Mga Supling ng Sigwa” as its last offering for its 40th theatrical season.  Penned by Palanca Award-winning writer Eljay Castro Deldoc, “Kasaray Duma” features the story of a proud island tribe threatened to be torn

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REVIEW – Have you tried Zoom Courier?

Filipinos can now have another company to choose from in case they need to avail of a courier service for their personal and business needs. For two years now, Zoom Courier has been steadfastly positioning itself as one of the best courier companies in the

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PRESS START | FurryPinas 2018 set for May 19 to 20

This coming May, the Philippines will be having its first-ever public furry convention titled “FurryPinas 2018.” It will be held at the SMX Convention Center Function Room 1 this May 19 to 20. The highly-anticipated event will be headlined by two popular figures within the

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Three essential body-building tips

When you work out in any of the best gyms around the Philippines, there always is a plethora of goals for you to accomplish. Whether it be losing weight or building muscle, there’s no argument that working out will put you one step closer to

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Four Tips on Buying Your Baby’s Toys

There are tons buying tips for baby toys, but what matters most are the basics when buying their playthings. Time will come and their interest will differ, their eyes will flicker as they set their sights on a set of toys, and playing with a rattle

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Tritosroda Theater Productions presents “Kalasag”

Tritosroda Theater Productions, a theater company founded by industry veterans Juan Carlo Tarobal and Diane Kristine Bautista, will have its first-ever production this November titled “Kalasag: Koleksyon ng mga Nakabiting Tinig sa Saliw ng Oyayi.”  As the title suggests, “Kalasag” is a collection of eight short theater