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The ordinance comes weeks after a post began circulating online of a McDonald’s branch requesting students not to study in their establishment
The late Czech writer's papers are now in the hands of the Israel National Library
The library limited its hours for a month while the administration of new Mayor Edgar Labella looked for new staff to man the round-the-clock operations
The Cebu City Public Library stops its 24-hour services – an initiative of former mayor Tomas Osmeña – citing manpower shortage
People become an open book through University of the Philippines Los Baños' Human Library
A librarian has the responsibility to guide their patrons to the truth. Nowadays, such a responsibility is greatly needed.
‘Registration will have to be done in person. 40 slots are available, first come first served,’ says Mayor Tomas Osmeña
The library is also planning to offer Spanish, Mandarin, and German language classes, says reelectionist mayor Tomas Osmeña
The story of 66-year-old Hernando Guanlao captivates netizens. Here's how you can find him and help him continue his mission.
66-year-old Hernando Guanlao wants to empower people by giving them unlimited access to books
I heard a proposal that only those who finished college should run, which is stupid, because everyone should be free to run. I'd rather that all senatorial candidates bring a picture of their libraries.
Founded on August 12, 1887, the National Library of the Philippines has archived millions of pages of Philippine materials for more than 130 years now
In the long term, Mayor Tommy Osmeña promises that other rooms in the building will be repurposed to 'give students doing group work a place to talk'
(UPDATED) Quezon City's main library can accommodate 300 people and is open from Mondays to Saturdays
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An engineering student messages Mayor Tommy Osmeña on Facebook, wishing the public library remains open overnight so students won't need to hang out at fast food restaurants to study
Join us as we make sense of each issue and talk about the importance and impact of these stories: frigates deal, Sereno impeachment, a non-librarian as head of the National Library, and Russian bots
'The law is clear,' Totanes says. 'Only licensed librarians can be appointed to all government libraries. So yes, the President violated the law.'
A complaint alleges that National Library head Cesar Gilbert Adriano is not qualified for his post
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
Readers expecting to pluck tomes from most of the terraced shelves are in for a surprise – most books are in other rooms with more classic library bookshelves
Technology has made students shun libraries and do research on their gadgets instead, say the teachers. They're banking on the DOST's Starbooks learning stations to change that.
The prosecution panel also denies Solano’s motion to strike from the record his first affidavit where he lied about seeing a dead Castillo in Tondo
John Paul Solano's motion for inhibition against Judge Reynaldo Alhambra is instantly denied, but the fratman's lawyer says they will file a motion for reconsideration
Watch the midday newscast with Marguerite de Leon
The Book Stop Project aims to give everyone access to libraries and ultimately to help build an active citizenry
Anyone with internet access can now tour the Presidential Museum and Library and see its precious memorabilia on Philippine presidents
20 years ago today a world that I had lived in alone was suddenly open to others It s been wonderful Rowling tweets
The People s Center and Library used to be a cultural gem in the hometown of then First Lady Imelda Marcos Part of it is now being rented by a Japan surplus shop
As 2016 ends we in MovePH highlight the online campaigns we’ve launched and their impact on the communities that we continue to serve
Check out this list of organizations with charitable activities you can join this Christmas
Established in 2010 the Library Renewal Partnership aims to build at least 200 community libraries by 2020 and empower Filipinos to make our nation great again
Although the Philippines has a high literacy rate not all children are able to read and write depriving them of the opportunity to travel across new worlds through reading
For many this unique mobile library is their only link to books There is no traditional library nearby and stores are miles away in big cities It s a problem for villages across the sprawling Indonesian archipelago
The architecture festival “Anthology” is completely free and open to the public It will be held in Plaza de Roma and will be anchored by The Book Stop as its main stage
The US Supreme Court junks the petition of the Authors Guild saying that Google Books is covered by fair use under the copyright law
See editorial cartoons magazine covers and propaganda paintings throughout the years at the Lopez Museum and Library s Drawing the Lines exhibition
Watch Rappler’s 12PM newscast with Zak Yuson
Yaya Dub and Alden will unite with the AlDub Nation fans on October 24
In my assessment a lot of countries save for Singapore have failed in being able to provide housing for the poor which is a shame as it creates good foundation for a country says billionaire Vincent Tan
SIGABO promotes Filipino art culture and literature through the Sabayang Pagbigkas
International researchers spent years putting together a trove of documents related to the Afghan Taliban digitizing the estimated 2 to 3 million words and translating everything into English
The Children s Museum and Library Inc will teach young people what it means to be a Filipino in today s world
Books are passports to learning possibilities Help young Mindanawans achieve their potential
Tired of the usual top 40 radio fare? Music enthusiast and Jam 88 3 DJ Russ Davis gives us the lowdown on 5 local indie music acts worth checking out
Juan Felipe Herrera gets the prestigious nod from the Library of Congress
Congratulations to the latest batch of licensed librarians
A group of college students plans to build toy libraries for children living along one of the unsafest canals in Metro Manila
Bataan Legacy Historical Society’s mission is to educate the public on the historical significance of Bataan and World War II in the Philippines by presenting the war from different perspectives
What can I see myself doing 10 years from now? The answer to this question was I love reading books but it was obvious that there is no career in reading for me