Mothers and fathers have different roles in society. Yes, we could always bend those “rules,” but in general, all humans have succumbed to what society has catechized in us, or what we should become. While a few parents might have bits of eccentricities, many fathers pride themselves as teachers, giving valuable lessons and advice. Some of them do so unconsciously, but all these lessons are … Continue reading Movie fathers that taught us valuable lessons in life
Verizon Media and Yahoo!, in cooperation with GEANCO Foundation has officially launched STOR14S, a podcast that features short stories for children narrated by some of the world’s renowned actors. This campaign was established to help raise money for Africa with their fight against coronavirus. “STOR14S” will feature GEANCO ambassadors Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange), Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom), Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years A Slave), Thandie Newton (Westworld), and David Oyelowo (Selma), Russel … Continue reading Catch some of your favorite actors as they narrate short stories for children in STOR14S
While many of us are affected by the current COVID-19 pandemic, there are people who are suffering more. Aside from poverty, many of our brothers and sisters are displaced–or what we call refugees. A study from the University of Birmingham shows that many forced migrants and refugees are afraid of seeking medication because they might get deported. Apart from that, they are currently living in … Continue reading Choose Art | Give Light to Refugees online art auction supports refugees affected by COVID-19
Alanis Morrissette’s Ironic is one of the hit songs during the 90s, and it’s in fact, the most popular one from the alternative pop princess. It’s been many years since I have learned what exactly “irony” was (after watching Reality Bites) and the song’s Irony has bugged me for years. I am finally able to write about it now after I was reminded of it … Continue reading Everything that’s not Ironic in Alanis Morissette’s hit song and the contrast of it
Guest Post by Jim Morada, originally written on January 30, 2020 Warcraft 3 is one of the greatest and influential RTS (Real-time Strategy) games of all time that spawned DotA (Defense of the Ancients), League of Legends) and World of Warcraft which are all now a billion-dollar industry dominating the gaming space. 17 years after Warcraft III was released, Blizzard announced in 2018 at Blizzcon … Continue reading Warcraft 3: Reforged Review: Our goldmine has collapsed!
Happy Mother’s Day! This is one of the very few worldly celebrations that is worthy of being sensationalized. Most mothers have done their part and perhaps their best in raising their children, and what better way to thank them than celebrating their love for a day in a year (or maybe even more)? Whether our mothers have been a positive, negative, or indifferent instrument in … Continue reading My Top 10 most favorite tribute songs for mom
Top pop stars Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber are joining in the array of singers, actors, musicians, and personalities who are stepping up in the current pandemic’s scare and uncertainties. Aside from bringing their fans an update on their current situation, both singers also released their single “Stuck with you” via Youtube to support a good cause. The music video’s online income via the video-streaming … Continue reading Watch Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s “Stuck with U” music video
May the fourth be with you! In celebration of one of the most geeky-ish and ever-so-loyal fandom, we are converging cool items for the Star Wars Fanatics in your life, or if it’s you yourself. Maybe you can look forward to buying them after the quarantine, or if your country is still running imports. These would definitely make a Star Wars fan’s dreams come true, … Continue reading These toys and essentials would make an ultimate Star Wars fan’s fantasies come true.
I chanced upon a video of R&B singer Brandy singing along spontaneously to D’Angelo’s Untitled (How does it feel) while I was browsing my Twitter feed. I have caught myself being in the same situation a thousand times. Now it occurred to me that it is this year that the sexy track would celebrate its 20th anniversary, as well as D’Angelo’s seminal album, Voodoo. Untitled (How … Continue reading Everyone is still caught up with D’Angelo’s “Untitled” after 20 years except the Philippines
You heard it right. the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is offering 8 visual art courses online for free from April 25 to anyone who has an internet connection. That’s apart from all the unlimited learnings you can get from their official website. These 8 classes feature history, introduction–a plethora of modern art ideas perfect to discuss during your next date or to finally mirror … Continue reading Calling all art enthusiasts, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is offering 8 online classes for free