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Lokal Lokal

The culture of Mindanao is slowly fading, in some Filipinos – especially in this generation. They do not see how important the culture of Mindanao is in general; it defines who we are as Mindanaoans – This is our heritage. Native People face not only poverty, but also vanishing cultures. ...

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A Dad Like No Other

Many dads struggle to have it all, in balancing work and family. It is so important to know the role of being a father  in a child’s life. Fathers are capable in taking care and disciplining their children. Like Alain Adeva, a working dad, he experienced so many struggles in ...

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ALL UNLIMITED

We, Filipinos loved to eat buffets and anything UNLIMITED.  So the UrbanLife Team decided to compile a shortlist of restaurants who offer unlimited food deals that suits your budget, but not limited to. Bring your food buddies and ready your stomachs because we’re giving you the list of some of the ...

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MimaiScribbles

Hi! My name is Maia and you’re going to be journeying with me every Friday here at Urban Life. I’m going to talk about a lot of things that, hopefully, many of you can relate with: relationships, likes and dislikes, movies and TV shows, theater, books, music, fashion, technology, fears ...

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Mindanao Gold Star Daily columnist lands on top New York blogs list

A multi-awarded blogger from Mindanao, Philippines has landed on the number 6 spot in a coveted “Top New York Blogs To Follow” list.   Maria Irene Sabana Aserios of Mindanaoan.com​, who also has a weekly column dubbed “Mindanaoan Meets World” on Gold Star Daily, Mindanao’s largest newspaper, was declared among The ...

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Atenio Launches First Fire And Magis Gala

Words by Stephen Pedroza Photos by Cobbie Karagdag, Caryl Be Trabadillo, and Michael Angelo Estillore As dusk gathered on the 25th of May, more than 500 men and women exuding a fine esprit de corps began to flock at The Grand Caprice, the venue for the first-ever Xavier Ateneo Fire & ...

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Dire Husi Artreach

At the start of summer break 2018, Dire Husi lead by Ms. Sharon Mae Casiño spearheaded an art workshop for kids whose parents are member of Tingog sa Kasanag (TISAKA) an organization that focuses on women and children who are survivors or at risk of prostitution, trafficking, and abuse. 51 ...

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For All the Dads

Father’s Day is a perfect opportunity to thank the hard-working dads for woring hard and providing for the family.  Any man can be a Father but it takes someone special to be a Dad! The UL Team has rounded up the Top 3 ways on just how to go about ...

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