The future is digital

IN THE next 10 years, it is projected that consumers will prioritize technology dependence, hold new concepts of identity, and demand real experiences.

Style (06/14/21)

DISCOUNTS of up to 40% on select items are being offered in Tesoros’ Independence Day Sale which runs until June 15.

Of mythical creatures, magic, and horror stories

BUDJETTE Tan and Kajo Baldisimo were busy working mostly overtime in the advertising industry in 2005. It was also the time when Mr. Baldisimo pitched to Mr. Tan via text message the idea of creating a 20-page monthly comic book with him.

Who are the supernatural creatures today?

AFTER days of hyping up the Trese animated series’ Netflix premiere through viral videos which purport to show vandalism of billboards and street advertising by creatures of the night, the story of young detective Alexandra Trese and her clash with denizens of Philippine mythology is being released today.

Friends

MARILOU Diaz-Abaya’s Moral (1982) bends stereotypes right from the start, beginning where most comedies and love stories end: with a marriage.

A Minute With: The Queen Bees cast on age and role of older women

NEW YORK — Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn plays a reluctant new arrival at a retirement home in comedy Queen Bees, where she comes face to face with a gang of “mean girls.”

Stuff to do (06/11/21)

AS an Independence Day treat, the Earthday Jam team will be streaming the musical Lapu Lapu, the Neo Classic Ethno Rock Opera on YouTube on June 12 for 24 hours, for free.

Grab uses AI, ease to entice new partners to its Merchant app

GRAB is introducing new measures through the Grab Merchant app to make it more enticing for business owners to join their platform.

How to change the world by eating

WE often wonder if the small things we do create any impact for something as large as our planet, if our individual choices really matter so much. World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Philippines thinks those choices can change the world, and it starts with one of the most basic human activities: eating.

Chocolate-covered cicadas a hit in Maryland

BETHESDA, Md. —  Some might cringe, but at one Maryland chocolate shop, 17-year-old insects are flying off the shelves.

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