After the resounding success of its first leg held at the Ateneo de Manila University, Scout, the freezine for the cool kid, is once again set to hang out—this time with the young and talented crowd of De La Salle University – College of St. Benilde, on March 11, 2015 at the SDA Cafeteria as part of the Scout Campus Tour.
Inspired by the fresh and invigorating vibe of the CSB campus, Scout will treat everyone to a day of free coffee and cupcakes, exciting activities like Instax photo ops and the Writer’s Block where aspiring Scouts can submit their work to the magazine, and entertainment courtesy of CRWN, Similar Objects and BP Valenzuela. There will also be games throughout the day and prizes are up for grabs for lucky participants from our esteemed supporters such as Toms, Sonja’s Cupcakes and Instax.
Chocolate brand Villa Del Conte, Northern Living, and Southern Living greet the new year with exclusive discounts to their wide selection of authentic, first-grade cioccolatos. From January 20 to January 31, get a 40% discount on select praline flavors in the Pick and Go Pouch. Follow the voucher mechanics below:
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Villa Del Conte is available at the following locations: Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Greenbelt 5, Century City Mall, Alabang Town Center, Resorts World Manila, and Robinsons Magnolia.
This Saturday, Backyard Grill at the Park by Hinge Inquirer Publications’ Southern Living and Inquirer RED returns to Makati. This time, Backyard Grill at Park is bigger than ever, with 9 participating food partners. Held at Urdaneta Park in Urdaneta Village, Makati on December 13, this cookout for a cause encourages families and friends to come together for a fun meal before the holiday season ends. With 30 percent of the day’s profits heading directly to charity, it’s a holiday experience with a giving spirit.
Like the previous ones held in Dasmariñas Village and Ayala Alabang Village, the kids and the kids at heart will get to enjoy activity sheets and DIY pinwheel kits, as well as learn ukulele courtesy of Ukulele Philippines. Sing your hearts out as Reese and Vica and Carlo Lava serenade everyone throughout the night.
The last grilling of the year will have more concessionaires from all over the metro this time. But as always, the restaurants all have chosen charities to give back to. Satiate your sandwich cravings with Bun Appetit’s seafood buns and Pepi Cubano’s Cuban sandwiches, with sales benefitting FutKal and Ang Bandang Pinoy Co-op, respectively. Representing Kapitolyo will be Gostoso Piri Piri with its Portuguese barbecue and piri piri chicken, all for the Holy Family Church of Kapitolyo Pasig’s Social Service Ministry, as well as Locavore with its modern Filipino dishes for Samaritan’s Place.
The south’s Butamaru will serve its much talked-about ramen in support of World Vision, while Holy Carabao Holistic Farms will setup an organic juice and coffee bar for the Freunde Curative Education Initiative for the children and victims of Typhoon Yolanda in Tacloban. End the picnic with some Kalookies cookies, Bucky’s not-brownies, and Carmen’s Best Ice Cream, for the benefit of their charities Laura Vicuna Foundation, White Cross Orphanage, and Museo Pambata Foundation, Inc.
Backyard Grill at the Park is happening at the Urdaneta Park, Cruzadas St. corner Urdaneta Ave., Urdaneta Village, Makati from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. This event is made possible by Globe Tattoo Platinum, Alveo Land Corp., Avida Land, Hinge Inquirer Publications, Inquirer RED Magazine, Southern Living, and HIP Events.
Over 250 people flocked to Makiling Park to attend Hinge Inquirer Publications’ Backyard Grill at the Park. Presented by HIP magazines, luxury mag Inquirer RED and community lifestyle magazine Southern Living, the festivities opened with kid-friendly activities, punctuated by booths helmed by Manila’s most popular food purveyors.
Kids enjoyed the DIY pinwheel and activity sheets provided, while others learned the ropes of ukulele from The Ukulele Philippines Ensemble. The group also provided the much needed musical entertainment with their performance of the hit All About that Bass.
Charlie’s Grind and Grill, Roku Sushi + Ramen, Toby’s Estate, Cupcakes by Sonja, and Bun Appétit (famous for their lobster buns) fed the hungry crowd with some of their bestselling dishes and drinks. Guests dined for a cause, with all five restaurants providing 30 percent of their sales to their chosen charities, which include David Dee, a loving husband and father who was diagnosed with CNS Lymphoma and severe pneumonia; I Want to Share Foundation, a group of women with a passion to help others and a commitment to spiritual growth; Down Syndrome Association of the Philippines, a non-stock, non-profit organization that supports programs and projects concerning Down Syndrome; Move.org, an organization that aims to educate children under Habitat of Humanity; and FUTKAL, or Futbol sa Kalye, an alternative football program promoting football in the Philippines.
Carla Barretto & Meg Manzano
Carlos Cang and Rafael Cang
Cookie & Dimples La O' Balaguer and family
Connect-the-dots and maze were some of the activities provided for the kids.
Pinwheels adorned the wooden tables of Makiling Park.
The huge Backyard Grill balloon display during the event
Attendees got free ukulele tutorial courtesy of Ukulele Philippines.
Attendees got free ukulele tutorial courtesy of Ukulele Philippines.
Some of the children did the activities slumped on picnic blankets.
The balloon display was a hit with the kids.
The park was full until nighttime.
At the Grill, Southerners get to enjoy Charlie’s burgers without leaving their turf.
Japanese food aficionados dig in on the makis and sushis offered by Roku.
The next Backyard Grill will be in Urdaneta Park, Makati on December 13, 4:30-8:30 p.m.
Ukulele Philippines’ rendition of All About That Bass was a crowd pleaser.
Attendees didn’t mind drinking coffee late in the afternoon just so they can try out Toby’s Estate’s fresh brews.
Marga Espiritu & Johann Espiritu
Maricris & Patrick Joson
Marika Manglapus and son Xanti
Vernice Songco of Bungalow 300 with her daughter Nana
Bea Lucero-Lhuillier, Stephan Lhuillier, Sandy Prieto-Romualdez
Freebies were also up for grabs during the event. Dove gave samples of Dove Daily Hair Vitamins to the first 200 female guests. Globe Tattoo Platinum provided free Wi-Fi at the venue, as well as prizes to those who tried out the game Bistro Rock. Current Tattoo Platinum and Tattoo home broadband subscribers also received free grub compliments of Globe. Avida gave limited edition Swatch watches for those who took their pop quiz, while Alveo Land granted booth visitors a sneak peek of their perspective for Circuit Makati’s Solstice.
Backyard Grill at the Park is made possible in partnership with Globe Tattoo Platinum, Alveo Land, Dove, and Avida. Watch out for the third Backyard Grill at the Park this December 13 at Urdaneta Village Park, Makati. Follow @SLivingph and @inquirerRED on Instagram and Twitter for updates on the upcoming Backyard Grill at the Park.
Following the success of its first run, the Backyard Grill at the Park organized by Southern Living and Inquirer Red Magazine will once again host another cookout for a cause and this time it will be in the south!
Come to Ayala Alabang Village’s Makiling Park this Saturday, November 8, 2014 for an afternoon of glorious food, fun activities, and pleasing music. Kids and the kids-at-heart will definitely enjoy the DIY kits, activity sheets, and ukulele workshop. Chow down on Charlie’s Grind and Grill juicy burgers, wings and yummy fries, ROKU Sushi + Ramen ‘s sushi, yakitori and apple pie gyoza, and mouth-watering shrimp, crab, & lobster buns from Bun Appétit! To add to that, we have sweets from the pioneer in cupcakes here in the country, Cupcakes by Sonja. and of course artisanal coffee from Toby’s Estate. Not only will you get to savor some of the most sought-after dishes in the metro, you’ll also get to help those in need as 30% of the food sales will go to each restaurant’s chosen charity. Another attraction to watch out for is the performance by the Ukulele Philippines group.
For more details, follow Inquirer Red Magazine and Southern Living’s social media sites on Instagram and twitter at @inquirerRED and @slivingph and on Facebook, like our pages @southernlivingmagazine and @inquirerredmagazine. Backyard Grill at the Park is happening at Makiling Park, Makiling cor. Cordillera Street, Ayala Alabang Village, from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. This event is brought to you by Globe Tattoo, Alveo Land Corp, Dove, Avida Land, Hinge Inquirer Publications,, and HIP Events.
Get your gears ready for grinding as we head down south for the fifth leg of MultiSport 101 Camp. Be at the Nuvali Bike Trail in Laguna this November 8 and learn the basics of trail biking from Coach Donjie Dormitorio and Ariana Dormitorio.
A seminar in trail biking is a first in Multisport 101 Camp. Aside from the basics, participants will learn safety checks, etiquette, and tips and tricks when it comes to trail biking. Leg 5 is open to all, so make sure to swing by as early as 6:30 a.m. to register, or pre-register now at MultiSport Philippine’s official website, http://www.multisport.ph
Multisport 101 Camp is a yearly affair for everyone who wants to get into the triathlon lifestyle. The trail biking leg is the fifth and last leg of this year’s Camp. It is made possible by official sponsors Asics, Mueller, Dan’s, Specialized, GoPro, and Ford; official venue sponsors Bonifacio High Street Activity Center, Bonifacio Global City and Nuvali; and official ambulance service Lifeline Ambulance Rescue.
Cebu Living magazine steers a creative movement and a new era of publication
There’s always something exciting happening in Cebu –whether it’s an emerging talent, an industry player with a new story to tell, or a hole-in-the-wall destination waiting to be discovered. Not all of these are exposed in the newsstands, as some of Cebu’s best resources for compelling content are either overlooked or often taken for granted while the same, tired faces and banalities always get the spotlight. Cebu Living is the answer to a city starved for a sincere, distinctive and visually inspiring magazine that talks about the community in a substantial, simple and imaginative way.
The wait is over as the new issue of the magazine is flying straight off the press and into your hands with its release at Tavolata Bar and Restaurant in Mandaue City, Cebu, in a tropical safari themed party last Sept. 11. Hosted by lifestyle columnist Tessa Prieto-Valdes, the event opened with a speech from Hinge Inquirer Publications’ group publisher, Bea Ledesma. “Cebu is a city all its own: with it’s own culture and language. And we’re so honored to be able to work with Cebu’s finest, columnists and writers who understand the natural nuance of their home city,” Ledesma said. The magazine aims to give a fresh take on Cebu’s urban narrative, with people who evoke interest and have something to say, buzz worthy events, and curious stories about art, culture, fashion and food. Ledesma explained that one of the unique aspects of the magazine is that all 40+ pages capturing the extraordinary lifestyle of the Cebuanos, beautifully written and photographed, is free and delivered right on your doorsteps. Led by editor-at-large April Rama, with Jude Bacalso, the columnist for food, and Kim Maithland Smith for beauty, the magazine gives readers a recognizable voice from the perspective of Cebuanos.
Inquirer President and CEO Sandy Prieto-Romualdez also greeted the crowd saying, “Cebu is a great place to be. We are happy to bring to you a community magazine with a fresh perspective,” she said. Dedicated to capturing cultural trendsetters and industry revolutionaries, the magazine featured innovative furniture designer Vito Selma on the cover of its maiden issue, highlighting his latest works and recent venture into the culinary space. “I love how Cebu Living shows a different perspective of my city through fresh photography and content,” Selma said. “It’s really great that we have a magazine focused purely on Cebu and is easily accessible to everyone. I’m grateful for this cover feature and I would like to thank the team for making it a great first time experience.”
The event brought together Cebu’s present and future creative forces, providing a platform for both established and rising personalities. Well-known influencers in fashion, TV, and beauty, including Tweetie De Leon-Gonzalez, Alyanna Martinez, Patrice Ramos-Diaz, Isabel Roces, Divine Maithland-Smith, and Cristalle Belo gathered to attend the launch. The influencers, together with the team behind the magazine, flew in from Manila via Air Asia, while accommodations were provided by SM Seaside City Cebu. The launch was also supported by Pinkflora, B!gseed PR Company, Booze Online, Inc., and Rustan’s.
At the center of Cebu, a magazine with a new voice and refined storytelling emerges, forging a fresh point of view based on creativity and curiosity
Honest, inspiring and free. Cebu Living is a quarterly magazine under Hinge Inquirer Publications that talks about the urban narrative of Cebu. Whether it’s a beautiful fashion editorial with the most glamorous labels or a simple recipe to warm the heart, the magazine discusses the way of life from the perspective of Cebuanos, with the help of columnists well-versed in the nuances of the community. Cebu Living highlights people of substance: captains of industry, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, game changers – people who are shaping the future of Cebu today.
The first issue comes with a beautiful cover shot in a discreet location, with a personality who represents Cebu’s artistry and craftsmanship. Young and fresh-faced, columnist Kym Maithland-Smith talks about beauty, while foodie Jude Bacalso shares his new culinary discoveries. Inside are a well-curated collection of stories: insights on art, culture and a conversation with an artist seek to enrich the soul, a striking fashion editorial that defines the contemporary way of dressing, and pages about exclusive parties and events that open the doors to luxury and elusive personalities. There’s always something new to discover in this part of town, along with old, familiar traditions to revisit. New restaurants born from generations of family recipes–whether it’s an unexpected mélange of chocolate concoctions or a different take on the all-time favorite lechon–Cebu will always innovate and surprise.
Editors, influencers and the team behind the magazine will be flying to Cebu, via Air Asia and accommodated by SM Seaside City, to attend the launch on Sept. 11 at Tavolata Restaurant, Banilad, Mandaue. Good food, sparkling drinks and music will accompany the lavish celebration, with floral arrangement by Pink Flora. The event will be hosted by lifestyle columnist Tessa-Prieto Valdes.
The country’s first free publication for millennials, Scout magazine, has officially launched its website, www.scoutmag.ph, to the public. Other than giving its visitors a peek into what goes on behind the scenes for Scout’s monthly fashion editorials and cover story, it also publishes exclusive content to supplement the magazine’s Get Handsy, The Munchies and Extracurriculars sections.
Scoutmag.ph will also deliver fun and fresh multimedia content daily with exclusive videos and features, plus Cookie Crumbs, a weekly roundup of everything that’s going on in pop culture. Armed with a talented roster of student contributors called Cub Scouts, Scoutmag.ph will serve as a breeding ground for creative millennials, while being the go-to website to stay in the loop with trends in culture, art, music, film and events.
The site also features monthly contests where visitors can win freebies from Scoutmag.ph and its sponsors. For the first month, the website is giving away five movie tickets to five lucky visitors for Flicky Friday, powered by ZAP. To get your chance to win, follow the mechanics posted on this page www.scoutmag.ph/contests/.