Panaderya Toyo’s Richie Manapat reveals the secret to pan de sesamo packed with flavor — and you’ll never bother with store-bought again.
New and restored Filipino and foreign films, a classic play that remains socially relevant, the works of female graphic designers, and a night at the museum for Halloween.
Fresh statice flowers bloomed freely at the Olive Launch, an open house for the Ayala Land Premier development.
Give back with a fair dedicated to sustainable living, then treat yourself with a couple of film festivals and a jukebox-musical favorite.
A guide to keeping up with Manila’s cultural scene.
From jewelry and accessories to restaurants and events, we shine a spotlight on one new thing that catches our attention each week.
The rest of the month has no shortage of inspiration for the whole family, from exhibits and literature to music and theater.
Tonyboy de Leon, co-owner of the jazz bar 78-45-33, tells The Edition who to listen to for a proper introduction to the beloved musical genre.
Archivist, a fine art collections management firm, provides counsel and handles logistics every step of the way for private collectors, from authentication and acquisition to restoration and documentation.
Photography is accessible and familiar—but what makes it exciting is its ability to resonate like no other.