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#TravelGoals: Overview of the places on my Travel Bucket List

It has been two weeks since my friend and I began to draft each personal travel bucket list and we get to come up with an agreement that is to create write-ups in regards to the tourist destinations that we... Continue Reading →

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Brave enough? Listen to this man’s revelation about Annabelle’s history.

photo credits to the owner.    Annabelle: Creation has began hitting cinemas the past few week and just recently, a woman was caught screaming and punching herself after watching the said movie. Who knows how terrifying this movie is even... Continue Reading →

Chivalry in Love (A look back on Carlos ‘Charlie’ Ledesma and Susan Magalona story)

Before the popularity of this generation's well-known amour, it was back in the 1950s when several yet truly unspoken love stories have first emerged. Have you ever heard about the story behind Carlos Ledesma and Susan Magalona's marriage? Well, we're... Continue Reading →

Rodrigo Duterte on his second SONA as President of the Republic of Philippines

photo©totheowner. First of all, I'd like to commend President Rodrigo Duterte on his eagerness to continue his fight against crimes and drug related cases despite of several anti-campaigns who have been eyeing to stop him from its implementation and his... Continue Reading →

#HappyNationalIceCreamDay: 10 facts you probably didn’t know about ICE CREAM

photo credits to the owner. Yesterday, people have celebrated one of the most anticipated holidays in the history — National Ice cream Day. In 1984, Former President Ronald Reagan declared July as National Ice cream month and the third Sunday of it... Continue Reading →

Google Doodle: Musical celebration for Oskar Fischinger

Known for his incredible musical animation, creating over 50 short films along with his around 800 canvases, the man behind the special effect in Fritz Lang’s movie Woman in the moon in 1929 which led him to undergo various experimentation... Continue Reading →

Manchester Explosion Was Likely a Suicide Attack; Children Among the 22 Killed

    British authorities said Tuesday that the deadly explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester was likely a suicide bombing and that children were among the 22 people who were killed. At least 59 others were injured. Ian Hopkins,... Continue Reading →

5 Disturbing Documentaries on Child Abuse

  The LORD is slow to anger, abounding in love and forgiving sin and rebellion. Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation.’ Numbers 14:18... Continue Reading →

This Google Doodle Celebrates 13 Inspirational Women for International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day began in the early 1900’s when women in New York City came together to advocate for fair pay, better working conditions, and the right to vote. Now, more than 100 years later, Google is honoring the day... Continue Reading →

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