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One Day, Five Coffeeshops: Iloilo Coffee Crawl

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Coffee is a booming industry in Iloilo right now. It’s hard to deny how many coffee shops have sprouted here during the past few years. And the good thing about it? Many of these coffee shops are locally-owned businesses. If there’s any other industry Iloilo can point at and say to investors that the province.. Read more

Amo Ini ang Tatay Ko…

Kathy Villalon

5 Ilonggo Heroes You Should Look Up On Independence Day

joseph batcagan

What Would Iloilo in the 1900s Look Like with the ‘Arellano Plan’?

joseph batcagan

The Philippines is famous for a lot of things: food, beaches, people, basically all the things one might expect from a “Choose Philippines” advertisement. One that is less-touted, however, is our propensity for poor urban planning. All things considered, Iloilo City might be better off compared to its much chaotic counterparts in Manila and other.. Read more

From Abundance to Scarcity, the ‘Uga’ Tells Iloilo’s Story

Lerie Tan

Chef Tibong Promotes Ilonggo Heritage by Getting You Hungry

joseph batcagan

Kaya FC Might be Iloilo’s Best Chance to be a Real “Football Capital”

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If you ever wondered how Iloilo became the “Football Capital of the Philippines,” you can thank Paulino Alcantara for it. He’s a Spanish-Filipino player born and raised in Barotac Nuevo, and is the only Filipino to have ever played for La Liga’s top-tier club FC Barcelona, where he scored 369 goals in 357 of the.. Read more

After Closure: An Ilonggo’s Retrospective on “Old” Boracay

Armand Tajanlangit

The Nanay Hacks You Need, as Told by an Ilongga CEO Mom

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