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‘The Fabelmans’ kicks off Ayala Mall Cinemas’ ‘A-List Series’ this January 18

The grandeur of cinema sparks even brighter this year with Ayala Malls Cinemas’ ‘A-List Series,’ a curated gallery of the finest movies exclusively offered to its movie patrons.  It starts this January 18 featuring “The Fabelmans,” the first offering in the series and this year’s winner at the Golden Globe Awards bagging the Best Motion Picture and Best Director awards.

PBA 3×3, NCAA Finals teams in PSA Forum

THE Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) 3×3 Second Conference grand finals will be discussed in the final session of the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum for the year 2022 Tuesday at the conference hall of the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex.

Malixi in harness for Malaysian Amateur Open

RIANNE MALIXI exudes confidence as she left for Malaysia Monday armed with a game she hopes would put her in equal footing with the top and rising players in the region in the Malaysian Amateur Open which unwraps Thursday in Johor Bahru.

WATCH | The Medical City as partner in health and in sickness

What makes an ideal life partner? Some say that a partner should be kind and caring, helping you through tough times while celebrating the high moments with you. Others say that a lasting partnership is built on a foundation of open communication, trust, and respect. With a reliable partner by one’s side, one can truly live life to the fullest and face any challenge with the assurance that someone will be there to take care of them.

Binance partners with CICC to aid PHL agencies in cybercrime prosecution and blockchain forensics

Manila, Philippines – Binance, the world’s largest blockchain ecosystem, recently partnered with the Cybercrime Investigation and Coordination Center (CICC) under the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), to share its insights and experiences in preventing cybercrime using blockchain forensics with the various law enforcement agencies. 

Q&A: Amanda Gorman talks UN poem, fame, future presidency

Gorman once again graced center stage in front of world leaders. Her fame exploded after she recited her poem “The Hill We Climb” at President Joe Biden’s inauguration, which made her the youngest inaugural poet in US history. Her poem quickly topped bestsellers lists and made her one of the most in-demand poets, putting her on other big stages like the Super Bowl and in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Why Angono Is the Art Capital of the Philippines

For many Filipinos, the mere mention of Angono (pronounced “a-ngo-no” or “ang-go-no”) can conjure images of the arts. Music, painting, sculpture—this normally quiet municipality in Rizal province is renowned for them, and for producing some of the Philippines’s finest and most influential practitioners in these fields, including the National Artist and famous painter Carlos “Botong” Francisco, and the master composer and conductor, Prof. Lucio San Pedro. Their legacy lives on in many of the town’s young inhabitants, who, through their substantial efforts, continue to strengthen Angono’s reputation as the Philippines’ art capital.

Michael Flynn: From DC insider to holy warrior

An investigation by The Associated Press and the PBS series “Frontline” found that Flynn has used public appearances to energize voters, made political endorsements to build alliances and amassed a network of nonprofit groups to advance the movement. Along the way, Flynn and his companies have earned hundreds of thousands of dollars for his efforts.

Humanitarian par excellence: The legacy of Amelia J. Gordon

Every 4th of September, the Philippines celebrates the birth anniversary of one of the country’s most beloved humanitarians – Mrs. Amelia J. Gordon. Amelia, Olongapo’s first-ever female mayor, and one of only three Filipinas given the Pearl S. Buck International Woman of the Year Award joining the ranks of other prominent awardees like US female political figure Hillary Clinton, leader and policymaker Sharon P. Rockefeller, British actress and philanthropist Audrey Hepburn, Burmese diplomat and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi and first woman president of the Philippines Corazon Aquino to name a few.

Analyzing the Jeepney Phase Out and Its Pros and Cons

Traffic has always been a huge problem in the country. Several urban planners recently stressed that the government must focus on modernizing the transport system particularly in Metro Manila “because there is no solution to the traffic.” Public transportation, particularly jeepney, modernization has been a touted solution with pros and cons being heavily discussed by various stakeholders.

The rising industry of Farm Tourism in the Philippines

Agriculture and tourism play a huge role for our country, which is why farm tourism in the Philippines has begun booming. Dubbed as the country’s sunrise industry, farm tourism is a logical and refreshing new addition to the list of projects that generate additional income for Filipino farmers. It has also perfectly catered to the rising interest of many people to partake in the production of healthy food with their families.

PHL gives Thailand scare in AVC Cup for Women

THE Philippines stole one set to Southeast Asian queen Thailand before dropping a 18-25, 25-23, 20-25, 9-25, to miss the semifinals bus of the Asian Volleyball Confederation Cup for Women Saturday night before 5,200 fans at the PhilSports Arena.

Trend Micro One launches to boost cybersecurity in PH through unified platform

Businesses and organizations are on the cusp of a new digital era – finding themselves in a landscape that is rapidly shifting with technological breakthroughs, but also alarmingly plagued with cybercrime and adversaries. Data breaches, ransomware incidents, and privacy concerns are affecting companies of all sizes across industries, and with an increasingly digitally connected world, the need to enhance cyber resilience has become a main challenge for enterprises in the country.

Nutritious meals through Pinggang Pinoy

In an effort to combat malnutrition and nutrient deficiency, the Department of Science and Technology’s Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) developed a scientifically proven yet accessible way to guide Filipino families in their meals. DOST named this nutrition tool Pinggang Pinoy and it aims to help aid in the preparation of food on a per meal level. It has also slowly started to trickle down into the smaller and further communities.

The Truth About Nursing Homes in the Philippines

The future seems brighter for nursing homes in the Philippines, owing to the country’s growing populace who are in their twilight years. But the family-oriented culture of Filipinos somewhat hinders them from reaching their full potential, according to a German geriatric-care expert. Despite this, Retirement and Healthcare Coalition Executive Director Marc Daubenbuechel remains optimistic.