Eight (and a half) episodes, and we’re already signing out! But before that, we turn to the one question that has no definite answer, but was one that we still tried to answer in this episode because we can’t help but be stubborn debaters: specifically, just what exactly is an Ilonggo? Is there still such
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Yes, we’re now officially exposing our bias for rock music in this week’s episode (while, more depressingly, also outing ourselves as “old”). But then again, how could we not? There were so many good bands back then that Iloilo City was practically Rakista Country during the heydays of rap-metal and emo. For the gen x-ers
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Hey, we’re not saying FM radio is dead now. But you have to admit it’s slowly losing its relevance to—ahem—“millennials” like us (and yes, your panel are still in that age range, mind you). So, what better way to ask ourselves why this is happening now—and if even there’s some way to fix it—than by
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Facebook’s getting really noisy these days, right? We’re sure we’re not the only ones who’ve noticed about the toxicity of misinformation trawling our feeds these days. So, the PIE crew is doing the only responsible thing it can do: by acting like your parents and giving you tips on why you need to post responsibly.
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As of this posting, PechaKucha Night Iloilo Vol. 2: Inspire will happen right this weekend! And if you still haven’t brushed up on this year’s presenters’ lineup (which you could start knowing more about HERE), then we’re giving you the next best thing: we’ve got Mr. Eric Divinagracia of USA Little Theater fame—and also one
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So you think Iloilo City’s “liberated” now, yes? If you think so, then we’re offering you this scenario: if a man or woman who’s twenty years your senior starts wooing you, what would your initial reaction be? Flattered? Disgusted? It’s complicated? Well, let’s see if we can un-complicate this issue, Ilonggo-style, with this week’s PIE.
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Tourism is arguably one of the driving factors for the economic success of Iloilo City. Of course, recent news suggest that while local developments are welcome here, many Ilonggos are afraid that the beaches of Iloilo, among other things, are in risk of being transformed into the next Boracay. Presumably, there is a way to
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Everyone who’s ever lived or gone through Iloilo City knows that the place just oozes food, and nothing proves it more than its hidden street food culture. Really, if there’s any evidence that Ilonggos are foodies by nature, all you have to do is to go outside and make a beeline for the nearest inasalan.
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Welcome to the first episode of PIE! And we’ll start off with a question that perhaps bothered anyone who has ever lived or visited Iloilo City before: why is Iloilo called the ‘City of Love’? This episode doesn’t promise to have definite answers (SPOILER ALERT: it really doesn’t), but it DOES have lively discussions! Check
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First of all, thank you for still keeping up with Project Iloilo. Daw mahibi man kami samtang guinasulat ini namon, but it IS true: if no one’s still reading, listening, or watching our stuff, then how else can we even justify the presence of the website itself? Of course, we’ll be the first to tell
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