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Press Release: Official Statement of SkyscraperCity Bacolod Regarding Controversial Statements About Certain “Unnamed” Media Entities

Official Statement We address our plight to the responsible citizens of Bacolod. We are Skyscrapercity Bacolod, a group of like-minded Negrenses residing both in our beloved Negros Island and overseas who share the same passion: to promote Bacolod Ci...
by República Negrénse on Apr 9, 2013

Press Release: Official Statement of SkyScrapercity Bacolod Regarding Controversial Statements About Certain “Unnamed” Media Entities

Official Statement We address our plight to the responsible citizens of Bacolod. We are Skyscrapercity Bacolod, a group of like-minded Negrenses residing both in our beloved Negros Island and overseas who share the same passion: to promote Bacolod Ci...
by República Negrénse on Apr 9, 2013

Healthy Starts With Delicious at Sugarleaf

Growing up in Negros Island, currently the undisputed Organic Bowl of Asia, and having good friends involved in the organic and sustainable food movement, I have a preference to organic food. A chef once exclaimed that running organic food restaurant...
by República Negrénse on Mar 13, 2013

Cocina Juan: Latino Flavors of Maginhawa

When one talks of a place where visual art, good food and young hippy crowds mix harmoniously, no doubt that would be the small village street that has now gained fame bigger, and longer, than itself – Maginhawa Street. Spanning three residential v...
by República Negrénse on Mar 13, 2013

Healthy Starts With Delicious at Sugarleaf

Growing up in Negros Island, currently the undisputed Organic Bowl of Asia, and having good friends involved in the organic and sustainable food movement, I have a preference to organic food. A chef once exclaimed that running organic food restaurant...
by República Negrénse on Mar 13, 2013

Cocina Juan: Latino Flavors of Maginhawa

When one talks of a place where visual art, good food and young hippy crowds mix harmoniously, no doubt that would be the small village street that has now gained fame bigger, and longer, than itself – Maginhawa Street. Spanning three residential v...
by República Negrénse on Mar 13, 2013

Healthy Starts With Delicious at Sugarleaf

Growing up in Negros Island, currently the undisputed Organic Bowl of Asia, and having good friends involved in the organic and sustainable food movement, I have a preference to organic food. A chef once exclaimed that running organic food restaurant...
by República Negrénse on Mar 13, 2013

Cocina Juan: Latino Flavors of Maginhawa

When one talks of a place where visual art, good food and young hippy crowds mix harmoniously, no doubt that would be the small village street that has now gained fame bigger, and longer, than itself – Maginhawa Street. Spanning three residential v...
by República Negrénse on Mar 13, 2013

Wheatberry: A Cozy Events Venue In QC

Planning a small event soon in a cool and cozy place? Comfort is key especially in this hot summer weather and the best place to be is where there’s cool fresh air. In the secluded corner of Scout Tuason, just near the busy Tomas Morato is Whea...
by República Negrénse on Mar 2, 2013

Wheatberry: A Cozy Events Venue In QC

Planning a small event soon in a cool and cozy place? Comfort is key especially in this hot summer weather and the best place to be is where there’s cool fresh air. In the secluded corner of Scout Tuason, just near the busy Tomas Morato is Whea...
by República Negrénse on Mar 2, 2013

Healthy Pastries For ‘Everyday Mom’ and Kids This Valentine’s

Everyone has a kid in us that jumps out of excitement when we encounter classic kids’ favorites like a cookie or pastries. Nowadays though, even the sweet-toothed are shying away from sweets because of health concerns. Is there a way for us to...
by República Negrénse on Feb 7, 2013

Spice Up Your Life With 8 Spices Thai

Among the foreign cuisines I have savored, Thai cuisine takes a special place in my palate. Having been raised to love spicy food, a maxim in my family pervades my choice of food, “the spicier, the better.” Thai restaurants are easy to fi...
by República Negrénse on Feb 5, 2013

Paris Delice: A Trip To Paris In Makati

Travelling takes one across distant places but it is said that savoring food can take one even to unreached places on Earth. As I was taking a course on the French language back in the university, my dream was fly to France, traverse its rich histori...
by República Negrénse on Feb 4, 2013

Let Your Palate Run Wild With Wildflour

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day but oftentimes, the most neglected. Late night overtimes and the early morning rush hour traffic can make us forget to take a bite. If you find yourself in Bonifacio Global City before work, drop by Wil...
by República Negrénse on Feb 2, 2013

Feel The Old Negros at Buglas Coffee Bar

Filipinos are known for their passion for food and it is said that we eat a minimum of five times a day. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, few “official” snack times like the obligatory merienda, and a few munches in between. Nowhere is this pass...
by República Negrénse on Jan 27, 2013

Lunch Fit For The Executive at Chops Chicago Steakhouse

What does Makati and Chicago have in common? They are both financial centers, cosmopolitan and their charming residents both have a taste for fine food like juicy steaks. It is but fitting that a tribute to Chicago’s finest steaks can be found...
by República Negrénse on Jan 22, 2013

Fight For Resumption of Bacolod to Incheon Flights Heating Up

Last December 2012, Bacolod City Administrator Atty. John N. Orola, Jr. announced the planned resumption of international flights from Seoul, South Korea. This is in response to the improvements of the key golfing facilities in Bacolod City, citing c...
by República Negrénse on Jan 8, 2013

Enjoy Health With A Shabu-Shabu Pot at Typhoon Restaurant

Year 2012 is over and a few days past since the start of New Year. Make it a New Year’s Resolution by eating healthy. Give your body a break and eat something like a hotpot of shabu-shabu. In this cold, rainy weather, we recommend that you try...
by República Negrénse on Jan 1, 2013

Break the Norms, Go for Unusual Mixes

As you may have notice loyal readers, I have not updated this blog that much. Your blogger here now works in an advertising firm, writing industry news. That takes a lot of work, creativity and energy from your truly but its an emotionally-rewarding...
by República Negrénse on Oct 5, 2012

Merci Contributes to Negros Tourism with Tourist Bus Launch

Merci Pasalubong, the largest pasalubong retail chain in Negros Island and one of the largest in the Philippines, gives back to the Island’s tourism industry as they will launch their latest contribution – Merci (tourist) Bus. Tour groups wis...
by República Negrénse on Oct 1, 2012


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