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Soft soy bean curd with caramelized sugar and pearl tapioca. Reading this sound like a dish from a 5-star hotel’s menu. This is however not the most expensive snack that you will find in the Philippines and in Baguio City in particular. This is Taho a 10 pesos usually sold in the morning. Taho In […]

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Just yesterday, the Vatican announced via Vatican Radio that Pope Francis has appointed a new Bishop for the diocese of Baguio City. Msgr. Victor B. Bendico, was appointed pastoral governance of the city’s diocese after the Vatican’s acceptance of the resignation of Monsignor Carlito Cenzon CICM. Msgr, Bendico came from the Archdiocese of Capiz, and was parish priest of […]

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One minute it’s sunny, the next, it’s raining cats and dogs. That’s how unpredictable the weather of Baguio City recently is. So when you decide to catch up with friends, it’s safer to opt for a place that will warm you up and keep you dry, at the same time you get to have quality […]

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Last week was for the cafe lovers, this week is the meat lovers’ turn! In no particular order, here’s a list we compiled for the protein lovers who want their dose of juicy meat! Content Summary Moe’s Outrageous Resto and DeliDaddy Chief Steaks and ShakesCantoCookout by Size MattersRed RustikzThe Outlook Steak and GrillRoadhouse Barn RestaurantSizzling […]

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Whether it’s to catch up with friends, to have a meeting with colleagues and clients, or to have some alone time with a book, cafes are budget-friendly options, especially for students, to lounge around and relax with a cup of coffee, tea, and/or good food. Because of its weather and people’s love for coffee and tea, […]

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Taking a sentimental journey into the past by tracing spots where images were captured by departed loved ones can be exciting and revealing. One can find answers to question and get to learn unheralded bits and pieces of history. Laine Strutton, a former US Peace Corps volunteer with a-PhD degree in Law & Society from […]

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McDonald’s Session was known as THE meeting place of Baguio peeps. Why wouldn’t it be? It was located at the the center of Session Road, and it was the most strategic place to meet with friends, do your assignment, have a “budget” date, or chat with friends – with good and affordable munch to last […]

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The opening ceremony for Baguio City’s 107th Charter Anniversary was launched last Monday, August 22, 2016, at the Baguio City Hall Grounds. The Baguio Charter Day schedule of events, as prepared by the City Tourism’s Office, presents various activities for the people of Baguio, ranging from sports and skills tournaments, parades, to exhibits and the […]

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Interkultur, a world-renowned organization who aims to bring people together in peaceful competitions,  names Saint Louis University’s Glee Club as one of the top choirs in the world as of August 2016. 

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  The Japanese Film Festival, also known as EIGASAI, comes to the city of pine-sifted sunshine Baguio City for the first time to showcase a variety of cinematic glee with drama, anime, mystery, feature, and romance films. 2016 is a special year for the Philippines’ and Japan’s friendship, marking its 60th year of diplomatic relations […]

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