Culture

The Rogue Recap: April 28 – May 4

Rich people being rich and the Philippine government being crazy: just another day in the darkest timeline.

The Frequency Is Female

Finding inspiration, transcending expectations, and adapting to a changing world, as told by four women from the local music industry.

Dear Ciara Sotto

In which we make an unsolicited apology to a solo parent

Revisions To The NAIA Employee Handbook

Urgent changes in policy for dealing with difficult guests at the NAIA VIP Lounge

This Week In Cinemas: May 3, 2017

An eclectic mix of movies in the week following a juggernaut blockbuster.

Samurai Gourmet and The Future of Foodie Television

A Japanese show on Netflix provides an alternative to the standard TV food formula.

The Rogue Recap: April 21-27

Literal and figurative shadows continue to loom over the country and the world, but that’s okay, you have no work today.

Long Live Café Ysabel

Chef Gene Gonzalez on why he wanted to close Café Ysabel, and why it’s reopening.