Get a chance to go wine tasting with Jennifer Lawrence!
Haunted dolls scare up the top spot at the Box Office weekend
The families of the Ariana Grande Concert bombing will each receive P16 million
What does The Cube at SM Seaside City Cebu symbolize for?
The largest collection of Jose Rizal memorabilia (outside Luzon) is here in Cebu
The Zulueta Bridge - oldest and shortest stone bridge in Cebu City
Who has been to the majestic Asik-Asik Falls in Mindanao?
This rock forest can immediately cut your skin
Check out this creepy abandoned San Zhi UFO Resort
The bizarre origin behind the Japanese ponytail fashion trend for men
Why women stopped wearing the Crinoline (hoop skirt) centuries ago
Look at Katy Perry’s 11million peso diamond choker!
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
21-year old Alexander Lumapak was arrested yesterday after he allegedly stole at least P400,000 from the St. Joseph the Patriarch Parish in Mabolo. Lumapak, who was a scholar working in the church, denied the allegations and said another church employee took the money. Police recovered a brand new motorcycle, flat screen TV, sofa bed, kitchen utensils and other new personal things from Lumapak when he was arrested. A robbery case will now be charged against the 21-year old.
Tomorrow. the Mandaue City Council will be initiating a disaster preparedness simulation involving an after-explosion scenery with the use of an improvised explosive. The simulation exercise, to be held at the Session Hall, will involve city employees and even some councilors who will act as injured persons, complete with fake blood.
Audusti Miguel, the assistant jail warden of the CPDRD was accused of threatening several blue guards with a gun last month. Yesterday, Miguel said the allegations against him were fabricated. Miguel said these events were “fictitious” and that the complainants are only getting back at him after he filed a report accusing them of stealing some supplies intended for the inmates in the provincial jail.
1955, Elvis Presley released what would become his first No.1 hit, 'I Forgot to Remember to Forget / Mystery Train'. It hit the top of the country charts several months later and stayed there for 5 weeks.