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Claudine Lanzona

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Claudine Lanzona is completely herself. She may occasionally write for beer via claudinelanzona@gmail.com. She is also regularly described by The New Yorker and Time magazine as, “Out of free articles this month.” Claudine was a former Staff Writer at GRID.

In a country crazed by milk tea, local tea master Renee Sebastian is on the hunt for a tea culture we can truly call our own.
In a country that endures a constant and oppressive humidity, a proper iced dessert is salvation. Enter the halo-halo, supreme leader of Filipino desserts.
Despite the immovable forces of commercial beer, the craft brewers are still here. GRID takes the Ford Everest on a trip up north to La Union, down to the bottom of a beer mug.
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Baguio City was the first in the country to reopen its doors to travelers. Months later, the locals still lean on each other for support, as they never know how long those doors will stay open.
Dave de Vera has been working with indigenous communities for over 30 years; and he vividly remembers his role in the landmark legal victory that gave the Tagbanwa of Coron their home back, from ridge to reef.
Nine years since they first made the big move away from the city, we talk to Kiddo and Amy Cosio about what keeps them in La Union after all this time.

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In a country crazed by milk tea, local tea master Renee Sebastian is on the hunt for a tea culture we can truly call our own.

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