How to: Make the Most Out of Your Summer Vacation
May07

How to: Make the Most Out of Your Summer Vacation

“School’s out for summer! School’s out forever!” as the song of Alice Cooper goes. But what are you going to do now? The excitement of getting out of school can quickly turn into boredom and frustration about having nothing to do. Don’t let this happen to you. There’s a world of activity out there, so go on and seize each day! Here are tips on how to make the most out of your summer vacation. Create a summer bucket list...

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EC Gas: An LPG Innovation
Jul03

EC Gas: An LPG Innovation

Normally used in our daily lives, LPG cylinders are something that most of us wouldn’t be able to cook without. But these harmless looking cylinders are not always safe—they can actually be dangerous. Known to cause horrific accidents, LPG cylinders can leak and cause severe damage to both your health and property. In the Philippines, cooking using liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) has been proven to be the most practical, widespread and...

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Online Shopping in Lucena City
Jun26

Online Shopping in Lucena City

Online Shopping 101: Things You Need to Know Online shopping also known as e-tail from “electronic retail” or e-shopping is a system of electronic trade which allows clients to directly buy merchandises or services from a seller over the Internet using social networking sites and a web browser. It has become increasingly popular over the years because people find it convenient to shop around for great bargains from the...

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Featured Lucenahin: TV/Indie Film Director Felino Tañada
Jun11

Featured Lucenahin: TV/Indie Film Director Felino Tañada

This week, join us as we sit down for an interview with Mr. Felino Tañada—a prominent Lucenahin, renowned filmmaker, and TV/Indie Film director whose latest project is Hermano Puli: Ang Kasaysayan ng Isang Bayani, a truly satisfying piece of film-making that’s hitting the theaters this June. He was also the man behind the camera for the historical films Fausta and Buenavista.     What sparked your interest in filmmaking and...

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Featured Lucenahin: Fashion Designer Rholand Z. Roxas
Jun04

Featured Lucenahin: Fashion Designer Rholand Z. Roxas

A pen. A sketchbook. A creative mind. Tons of fabric. Laces, ribbons, organzas. Beads and sequins, threads and seams. This is what a day in the life of fashion designer looks like. This week, join us as we sit down for an interview with Mr. Rholand Z. Roxas—Quezon premier fashion designer, dress-maker, entrepreneur, and founder of the Quezon Fashion Designer Association of the Philippines (QFDAP). The 65-year-old was very generous in...

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Back-to-School Tips for High School Students
Jun01

Back-to-School Tips for High School Students

Ugh. Back-to-school. The summer went by WAY too fast. It’s that time of year again—one that’s filled with excitement and more than a few jitters. Don’t just assume a great year is going to fall into your lap. You have to work to make it happen. Here are some tips to help you stay float and really thrive during the school year. Most of these may seem obvious, but you’d be surprised at the amount of people who don’t...

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Featured Lucenahin: Entrepreneur Fernan T. Enriquez
May20

Featured Lucenahin: Entrepreneur Fernan T. Enriquez

For this week’s featured Lucenahin, join us as we sit down for an interview with Mr. Fernan T. Enriquez, the man behind Lucena City’s much beloved tea drinks and franchise, Bon Appetea.   How and when did you get started in the business industry and get noticed? My best friend, Kevin Magsipoc, brought me to a Franchise Expo event wherein a lot of retail businesses and franchise opportunities were gathered together. We...

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Pasayahan sa Lucena 2015: Kasama sa Pag-usad, Kasama sa Pag-unlad
May15

Pasayahan sa Lucena 2015: Kasama sa Pag-usad, Kasama sa Pag-unlad

History of Pasayahan Pasayahan sa Lucena began on May 28, 1987 under the administration of the Officer-in-Charge Euclides Abcede, and former Bureau of Internal Revenue local office chief, Aguinaldo Abcede. Its main objective back then was to change the impression of other people that the city was infested with NPAs, and because the Pasayahan was a big success, it became an annual festival which promotes tourism in the city. Pasayahan...

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Featured Lucenahin: Entrepreneur Joseph Anthony Ronard C. Villanueva
May13

Featured Lucenahin: Entrepreneur Joseph Anthony Ronard C. Villanueva

Entrepreneurs  are the lifeblood of today’s economy. They have the power to make an impact and be nimble without all the red tape and bureaucracy that can bog down larger companies. Many of the most popular and pioneering companies are concerned not just with creating innovative products, but also with influencing society for the better. They focus on impacting the world in a positive way, even if it’s just on a small scale. This...

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Ugat Lucena 2015: A Rekindling Festivity
May02

Ugat Lucena 2015: A Rekindling Festivity

Alyssa Mae R. Tolcidas Inaugurated in 1983 by the late founder, Mr. Ronaldo Zabalerio, and Mrs. Loreta Cadavillo Galang, Ugat Lucena started as a social club which later evolved into the socio-civic organization we know today— Ang Tunay At Nag-iisang Ugat Lucena Mula 1983 (The One and Only Bonafide Ugat Lucena Since 1983). Ugat Lucena is an aggrupation of well-meaning individuals who are: natives of Lucena City; with Lucenahin Roots;...

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