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January 17, 2020

The industry of Frankie Pangilinan

She's outspoken, she's a writer, and she sings -- but most of all, she's only ever been herself.
January 3, 2020

The sobering reality of singlehood

For the first time in forever, I feel like I'm ready to commit.
November 9, 2019

Modern-day gayuma for modern-day singles

Be mutuals with your unrequited love thanks to these technology-driven potions.
August 30, 2019

The stars of ‘Love Alarm’ discuss the many ways we profess our love

Even with technology that shows your true feelings, it's still up to you to make it all happen.
August 28, 2019

‘Love Alarm’ director Lee Na Jeong dishes on the possibility of a season two

Were you betrayed by that cliffhanger ending too?
August 2, 2019

We can’t stop reading these Twitter-based social seryes

We read 20 of them so you don't have you. (But you might want to anyway.)
August 1, 2019

Honor Roll: ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ teaches us that true love means knowing when it’s time to let go

Can Direk Cathy please also direct my love life?
May 1, 2019

What ever happened to Precious Hearts Romances?

There’s more to these books than raunchy romance and covers models that look an awful lot like Hollywood celebrities.
April 27, 2019

Stay true to yourself: A Q&A with Laura Marano and Odiseas Georgiadis of ‘The Perfect Date’

“The minute that we start worrying about who you’re supposed to be is the minute you stop being who you’re meant to be.”