Clever architecture at its finest
We saw a floating Mitsubishi Xpander make rounds on social media over the past few weeks after the onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses. Now, there's another similar ingenious creation that's starting to gain traction in cyberspace: this floating garage in Marikina
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The past few weeks have been difficult for many Filipinos. We've had to endure a series of typhoons ravaging through these parts, and it has left thousands upon thousands of homes in shambles. The last storm to pass through our country,
Are any of these establishments near you?
Heads up, guys: Typhoon Tisoy is currently battering the Philippines, bringing strong winds, heavy rains, and the threat of flood to several parts of the country.If, unfortunately, you reside in a flood-prone area and woke up this morning surprised by
No surge fare here, folks
You've got to give it to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). While most of us are hunkered down, safe and warm inside our homes, MMDA personnel are out there ready to rescue victims of typhoon Ompong.These dudes have it
Who's next?
A third mall chain has announced it will be adjusting its parking fees to help the public amidst typhoon Ompong's onslaught.Ayala Malls is waiving its overnight parking fees today, September 14, 2018. It's just a day, but
Stay safe out there
Another mall chain has announced changes to its parking fees in anticipation of typhoon Ompong. Robinsons Malls has released a list of locations that will provide free parking in case of heavy flooding in their areas."We care about your safety. We
Good move, guys
Unless you've been on a social media diet the past few days, you'll know that the country is bracing for another typhoon--potentially the strongest one to hit us in 2018. Ompong is already within the Philippine area
It's good to be prepared
As we type this, the skies over Metro Manila have already become dark, and the MMDA has already begun preparing for a potentially catastrophic weather event.According to the latest bulletin from PAGASA, Typhoon Mangkhut--which is packing 140kph maximum sustained winds
It's about protecting your pride and joy
You've probably heard about car enthusiasts doing almost insane things just to show love for their prized possession. From the routine wax with a bit of OC-ness, to things like taking care of the vehicle more than their wife or
Seeking $20M in damages
German carmaker Mercedes-Benz is no longer amused that the Philippines keeps calling catastrophic typhoons "Chedeng," which is what the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (aka PAGASA) is locally calling typhoon Maysak. The super typhoon is expected to make landfall
Like this man from Northern Samar
It has only been a little over a year since super typhoon Yolanda battered the country (particularly Tacloban), so images of lost lives and severely damaged cars are still fresh in our memory. And now we're bracing for yet another super
Another tale of submerged cars
It began raining Thursday night. It never stopped, pouring steadily until Friday. By the time tropical storm Mario had relented in Metro Manila, floodwaters were waist-deep and cars were submerged. Some say the floods this weekend were worse in some areas
Quick recovery from mega typhoon
Yesterday, we shared with you 25 photos from our readers, showing the aftermath of typhoon Glenda. One of them was a photo of Honda Cars Alabang. The photo showed the dealership's ripped-off canopy lying right outside the showroom. (The photo
Best to stay off the road
There's a reason our government issues warnings whenever a strong typhoon is approaching, and that's to encourage us to stay inside the safety of our homes. Because when you venture outside your house while a violent storm is wreaking havoc
See what these men did
As you know, a strong typhoon called Glenda passed through Metro Manila this morning. She was so vicious she effortlessly uprooted and toppled trees--including this big one in Magallanes in Makati City. These photos were taken by readers and friends who (
A lot of trees falling on cars
The storm has passed--hopefully--and we have to thank the high heavens that Typhoon Glenda wasn't as bad as many had feared it to be. Fortunately, the tempest moved fast, and everything had gone back to normal (including the resumption
We launch a new column by one of our lensmen
It's not often we encounter life-defining moments. They may come as decisions that are bound to transform the way we see the world and the way the world sees us. They may even be pivotal instances when we leave everything
Heart-rending images of the once-bustling city
TACLOBAN CITY--Taxi driver Chicoy showed up two minutes late, all apologetic but eager to work. I\'d found him the day before near the ports, waiting for passengers but not having much luck until I knocked on his window and asked
You want a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle?
The disaster wrought by Typhoon Yolanda has brought about numerous Good Samaritans in different forms. One such individual is reportedly donating a muscle car to raise funds for the relief efforts.From what we\'ve gathered, the car owner imported a 1970
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