If you thought IT trailer wasn’t scary, then check out this new one!
Will Taylor Swift and Adele appear on the new upcoming Foo Fighters album?
Angelina Jolie is diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy – condition that makes her face droop
The Zulueta Bridge - oldest and shortest stone bridge in Cebu City
This historic significance of the San Nicolas Church near Pasil
Give in to the enticing waters of Toledo’s Manguyakuya Falls
These colorful rainbow trees can be found in the Philippines!
Visit Ozamiz: A Gem of Spectacle and Splendor
Crisis in the Gulf Region: U.A.E., Bahrain, & Saudi Arabia against Qatar
Look at Katy Perry’s 11million peso diamond choker!
See-through lace shorts for men are a new trend?
Washday Wednesday Wears
Since we’re in Southeast Asia, why don’t we try some snake wine!
You can never go wrong with Chinese-style shrimp!
Century egg will definitely ‘egg-cite’ your eyes
This bionic lens will give you 3 times better vision than 20/20
You can now buy a mini-laser gun to shoot and burn targets!
Why China’s “innovative” transit elevated bus failed
Jay Z’s new album serves as a heartfelt apology to Beyoncé
What Katy Perry taught us in her 4-day livestream
Another headtrip video by the inimitable Bjork
Yesterday, it was reported that six gambling machines were confiscated during a raid by the Talisay City police at a shanty in Sitio Riverside, Brgy. Tanke, Talisay City. SPO4 Frederick Larrobis said the police received information on the illegal gambling activities in the barangay and raided the place, causing the gamblers to flee.
Mayor Tomas Osmeña has dangled an initial cash reward worth P20,000 to anyone who can provide information to the whereabouts of a 13-year-old girl who recently accused a Cebu-based lawyer-broadcaster of raping her. Osmeña’s announcement came after the girl’s parents visited his office and asked for help to find their child who has been missing for five days.
Yesterday, Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos has apologized to the House for claiming that former President Benigno Aquino III bribed at least 100 million pesos to lawmakers to bar her from attending a House probe into her alleged misuse of funds. Marcos admitted that she made the allegation against the Liberal Party and its chairman emeritus out of 'mere suspicion'.