Months of being stuck at home make us think of other things to do than work and binge-watching series. Step up your quarantine game by attending these free webinars this week. Strategies on Online Cl
Social media plays a pivotal role in our daily life so it’s only fitting that we make sure our time online is spent well. These networking sites help people get information they want and need, fast
We do know how important navigation app Waze had been very helpful especially for the direction-challenged motorist. Building its own community way before the pandemic happened, Wazers can report or
As the days drag on due to the pandemic, a silver lining seems to be appearing amidst the proverbial gray sky as entrepreneurs continue to figure out what the now normal will be like for their busine
The digitalization of Gateway Gallery continues as it launches a mobile app that will provide an interactive and more accessible art experience to the public. The Gateway Gallery mobile app, t
It is only fitting that a book about an artist, who dedicated his life to the world of wood carving, is published to highlight the man who carved his way to being a master of his chosen craft through
As Metro Manila gradually opens up under the general community quarantine and life begins under the new normal, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) welcomes back visitors to its outdoor spac
John Frank Sabado’s latest exhibit “Distinction” can be viewed at the BenCab Museum’s Gallery Indigo, in Tuba, Benguet, or online through the museum’s Facebook page from 30 May to 2 August.
Ennio Morricone, one of the world’s best-known and most prolific film composers, died in Rome on Monday. Morricone, who was 91, died in hospital where he was being treated for a fractured femur fol
BAGUIO CITY– Liquor lovers here are rejoicing after Mayor Benjamin Magalong has signed the executive order (EO) lifting the temporary liquor ban in the city. An electronic copy of EO Number 106 ser
The Manila Hotel (TMH) on Friday, 3 July, a day before its founding anniversary, opened its doors to valued guests with the rebirth of the famed Café Ilang-Ilang, the Lobby Lounge and the Delicatess
Much has been said about how the Internet has been changing the way people consume news lately, and much has been done, within two years, to improve how Daily Tribune’s following experiences its co
Returning to normal, whether it is tagged as “new” or not, will take time, especially with fears still rife about catching the virus outside of one’s home. Yet it is also true that many are rar
Hemming its 20th year this 2020, the Daily Tribune celebrated the milestone with glitz and glamour through KaTRIBUng Sinulid —- a virtual fashion show in partnership with De La Salle-College of Sa
Top tourist destinations in Palawan will soon be welcoming back the public, according to the Department of Tourism (DoT) and local government officials. DoT Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat disclose
Revolutionizing the beauty community, global beauty brand L’Oreal headstarts the campaign for a more beautiful future with its 2030 sustainable targets. In launching the said program, L’Oreal CEO
Two years, according to the economic authority of the Philippines, is the length of time that any business must hurdle for it to compete on fair footing in the market. Those who make it beyond five y
The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) continues to explore measures to promote arts and tourism in Clark amidst the pandemic — this time, by launching its first-ever “State of the Art” onlin
As restaurants now open their doors to welcome back dine-in customers, mallgoers at The Podium can try out the mall’s new dining spaces at the Roof Deck Garden on the sixth level and Atrium East on
With this very unique situation we are in comes the onset of what we call “the new normal” or, in other words, doing things that will require little to no contact with the outside world. This mig
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