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Egg-cited for your next sweet fix? Here are some local businesses to check out for freshly-baked classic (or ube) egg tarts.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will close its Makati City office for disinfection from July 9 to 12
Other pastries on this home-based bakery's menu include s'mores, madeleines, and M&M cookies!
Only Cebu City remains under enhanced community quarantine
The 7 new fruity drinks are available starting Wednesday, July 1
No virus can stop the rainbow flag from flying
You can now prepare Biggs' famous baby back ribs at home – just pop them in the oven or cook them over a grill
This is their way of honoring our new breed of heroes
Stall #4 from The Grid joins the kit craze so you can enjoy tsukemen and ramen from the comfort of your own home
More jeepney routes will be opened within the week, while UV Express units will be allowed to operate before the end of June, adds the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board
The ferry boat, donated by the RII Group of Companies, can carry 55 passengers per trip
Today x Future, a sanctuary for people from all walks of life, is the latest casualty in the aftermath of the coronavirus lockdown
President Rodrigo Duterte's decision comes as the National Capital Region remains a battleground in the country's fight against the coronavirus
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Relocated to the covered court of nearby Villamor Airbase Elementary School, the stranded passengers need personal protective equipment such as face masks
Glass shields for food stations, an order-all-you-can format – the popular buffet joint tweaks its operations as it prepares to open its doors to dine-in customers
The free 'monster upsize' is available on one day only
Single mother Michelle Silvertino stayed in a footbridge in Pasay City for several days, waiting for a bus ride to Camarines Sur
There's even a new '90s Kid Mix flavor, which combines iced gems, marshmallows, and sprinkles
Missing Ate Rica's Bacsilog? There are now 62 branches open for delivery and takeout
We label June 1 as ‘The Hunger Games: NCR, Cavite, and Cebu City Editions.’ For those returning to work, it’s like getting into a death match.
Sa gitna ng lumalalang antas ng pamumuhay sa kalunsuran dulot ng congestion at trapiko, at banta pa sa kalusugan dulot ng virus – saan lulugar ang pobreng mahirap?
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board reminds drivers, operators, and passengers to follow health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19
Can't go wrong with Japanese food! These local restaurants and home businesses are selling their sushi rolls and fresh sashimi for delivery.
Some comments say in jest that St Peter Life Plans and Chapels – more than the government – is 'taking care of us’
Metro Manila cities differ in how they are faring against the virus, leading a U.P. expert to call for continued caution amid the easing of quarantine measures
After 8 years of service, the Japanese restaurant located along Katipunan Avenue has decided to 'pause' operations beginning Thursday, May 28
'One often neglected topic, in the context of finding long-term solutions [for sustainable transport], is the importance of a local bicycle manufacturing industry'
The Metro Manila Council suggests allowing taxis and TNVS, and letting private cars go out on coding day on the condition there are at least two passengers. These are still up for approval.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority says this will ease traffic and will address concerns over reduced public transportation capacity during the pandemic
Metro Manila mayors agree to suggest loosening coronavirus lockdown measures in the National Capital Region with the aim of reviving the economy
Hello Razon's halo-halo, pancit luglug, sizzling sisig, bulalo, and more! Check out the list of reopened branches here.
'LGUs must avoid building bicycle infrastructures just for the sake of doing it. It is not enough to create bikeways by just laying down paint on the road.'
'At the end of the day, we all just want to get to our home safely and quickly.... If we treat others on the roads as enemies, we really are bound to make enemies.'
Essential workers or authorized persons outside residence are still the only ones allowed to leave and enter Metro Manila, explains Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
(2nd UPDATE) Eight regions will be placed under GCQ, while the remaining 8 will be under no quarantine measures but must follow health protocols
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Transport expert Robert Siy notes that people need to have infrastructure where they feel safe to walk and bike, given the fear of contracting coronavirus in crowded spaces
'Whether on the streets or in our homes, Pride must live on in each of us and in our solidarity within and outside the LGBTQI+ sector,' the organizer Metro Manila Pride says
If the national government decides to extend the enhanced community quarantine of Metro Manila beyond May 15, it should be at a maximum of two weeks, say the big city mayors
COVID-19 could have dire implications for the megacity’s housing crisis. With a government that's historically misfired in supplying homes to its poorest, is there any hope?
Mayors are eyeing a 15-day extension of the lockdown but the final decision rests on the national government task force
Now you can have Ippudo's bowl of ramen broth, noodles, chashu, and toppings delivered to your home from these 3 reopened branches!
The enhanced community quarantine will last until May 15 for these areas, says Malacañang
With the COVID-19 pandemic, the stakes are much, much higher. Now is not the time for the capricious, evidence-bereft brand of policymaking Duterte has grown used to and gotten away with.
Soldiers will augment the police 'to strictly implement' physical distancing and other measures during the lockdown, says Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana
The Highway Patrol Group says it will be stricter on vehicles passing through EDSA. It will confiscate the licenses of drivers who have more than 3 passengers.
(7th UPDATE) See where the cases are at the barangay level in 15 cities and the town of Pateros
For Catholics observing Lent, here are a few seafood options to consider for the Holy Week