The Learning Child is a Catholic school with a long-serving history of 45 years in education. We are committed to ensuring the total development of each child–an individual who always lives towards his fullest potential.
At TLC, we believe that every individual has the ability to create for himself a rich and meaningful life, if one possesses a solid sense of self-esteem. We aim to provide our students with that foundation through Cura Personalis (personal care and concern), made possible through small classes, qualified and committed teachers, and a strong values formation program.
TLC’s physical environment has a feel of home, in consonance with carrying out its message of providing a second home for the children. It is equipped with air-conditioned classrooms, a beautiful park for playing and learning, and quality facilities for a maximum learning experience supplemented by professional and caring faculty and staff.
TLC is also home to MAGIS Creative Spaces Center, a one stop shop of services for the whole family – Enrichment Education and Creative Services.
For more information about the school, please visit The Learning Child School Facebook Page.
The school is located at 111 Cordillera St. Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa
Call them now: 809-2640 / 850 – 3852 / 850 -4852
0917 885 1381
“Home Time Fitness provides one on one personalized training at the convenience of your own home. We can be at your doorstep and ready to train as early as 6am. No equipment needed as we provide that too. We offer boxing, cardio circuit training, Plyometrics and core and body strengthening. For more information, visit hometimefitness.com or call us at (0920) 966 5516/(0998) 959 5214.
Filipinos’ propensity to hoard and hold on to objects for sentimental reasons, even in the often cramped space of urban condo living, has been a boon to the self-storage business of Macky and Carlo Coronel.
The brothers, who set up their company, Safehouse Self-Storage and Moving, in 2010, are local pioneers in this business that’s quite popular in countries like the US.
Self-storage essentially means renting a secure space for the safekeeping of one’s belongings that can’t be accommodated in one’s living or work space. It’s a personal warehouse.
The demand for self-storage has increased exponentially in the last couple of years, such that the Coronels had to multiply the number of their storage units. When they started, they had only 16 units available.
As Filipinos become more familiar with the concept, the brothers get more inquiries from corporate clients, says Macky, 30, though their occupancy is composed of 60 percent individuals and 40 percent corporate.
“Security is a major concern for first-time clients,” says Carlo, 26. “We assure them that we have security guards in the facility 24/7, as well as CCTV cameras in all access points. Each client has his or her own padlock, and they’re given an access card when they sign the contract. Without it, you can’t get in.”
Clients are required to sign a logbook when they come to the facility in Taguig, about 10-15 minutes from Bonifacio Global City. The company also conducts random checks of items and boxes being brought to the facility. “We want to make sure they’re not illegal, like drugs or firearms,” says Carlo.
Most of their individual clients have been storing furniture. “Say, they’re renovating their home,” says Carlo. “We have yuppies and upstart entrepreneurs who store their inventory.”
Some international airlines with small satellite offices here have units for their office equipment. (Soon, the company will integrate records management in its services.) Other clients include restaurants and salons.
Safehouse now offers climate-controlled units for sensitive objects like paintings and leather goods. One corporate client stores gaming console software and accessories.
While Safehouse has standard-size units with rates starting from P1,500/month, the company now also offers customized units depending on the client’s needs. (Call 4781985, 6222181, 9660956, 0917-8157233 or 0917-7147233; or visit www.safehouse.com.ph.)
“Our core family business is real estate,” says Macky, referring to Panorama Development, a build-and-sell developer that also leases warehouses. (Dad Edgar Coronel is former president of Cinderella Marketing Corp.) “If the client’s need is below 500 sq m, Safehouse takes care of it.”
Given the demand, other companies have also set up similar facilities, according to the brothers. “Self-storage is an easy concept to copy, but ours is highly personalized service. Our staff cascades it straight to us,” says Carlo.
“If you ask for an estimate or proposal, we can send you one within the hour, or the next day the latest,” says Macky. “We’re really the first to offer this kind of service. The existing ones before had a different concept.”
Competitors, the brothers say, pack stored items in lift vans, not in individual units like Safehouse. “When you have to access your items, you pay a fee to open the lift vans, which is inconvenient. With us, you can come and go anytime, add more items anytime as long as they still fit in your unit. In others, you add an item and you pay an additional fee,” says Carlo. Safehouse, however, charges a fee for after-hours access.
“We see a huge potential in this business,” says Macky, who adds there are plans to build similar facilities in Quezon City and Makati. “There’s a continuous demand, so we also construct continuously.”
A unique service of the Coronels is the packing service, charged per cubic meter, coupled with trucking service. “We require items to be packed a certain way, or we ask them to get an insurance,” says Carlo. Safehouse conducts pest control quarterly “so clients don’t have to worry” about vermin getting into their stored items.
Being real-estate developers themselves, the Coronels are all too familiar with the dilemma of urban dwellers: Every square feet of condos is sold off as living space, with little or no provision for storage.
A cultural trait has also been a windfall for the brothers. “Filipinos don’t want to throw things away. We’re hoarders. And that’s our market,” says Macky. “The condo units are getting smaller and smaller. The better for us.”
Muzette of Le Heim is a full service singing and music instruments lesson provider. The center was established in 1999, since then, the center has committed to nurturing young talents south of Manila and honing their skills.
What set us apart from other centers is our professional faculty and goal oriented programs. Our teachers are music graduates from prestigious music colleges in the country (and abroad). Our students have fun but are well motivated in their music studies. Most of our students are soloists, accompanists and part of the orchestras/bands in their schools. We are also known for our concert recitals which we do twice in a year.
We are an International school. We have Filipinos, American, Europeans and Asian students. In Muzette we consider each one a part of the Muzette family, we invite to be a part of us!
This summer we are offering the following:
ü LEVEL UP YOUR PERFORMANCE…MAKE AWESOME MUSIC!
- Piano, Voice, Drums, Guitar, Violin, Cello, Flute Trumpet, Clarinet & Saxophone
ü SUMMER WORKSHOPS: LEARN FROM THE MASTERS
- ARTISTA ACTING AND IMPROVISATIONS WORKSHOPS (kids to Adults) with Direk Rodel Mercado Coach of Sophie Albert (TV 5; Anika Gonzales of Star magic and Abel Estanislao GMA 7);
- DISCOVER SECRETS OF PROFESSIONAL DUBBERS with Voice Master Pocholo Gonzales
- MODELING with Direk Kneil Harley guru of fashion show pageantry.
- HIPHOP, STREETDANCE Energize with Denjo Mitch of Backboyz
- BAND CLINIC!
Visit their website at
Apache Burgers & Ribs is the brainchild of four buddies who like having backyard barbecues with friends over
a couple of drinks and some friendly conversation. The idea to come up with a restaurant came up
and Apache Burgers & Ribs was born. It took a year of experimenting on different ingredients and suppliers, Apache’s food have gone through a transition period from the very first food tasting, to opening a shop and opening
another one in a much better and accessible location. The idea is to offer good food, which you’d usually spend an
arm and a leg on in other restaurants, at reasonable prices. The customers would feel right at home with the easy and mom & pop shop feel of the place. Slowly, the boys have been adding improvements to serve their guests better, standardizing their meals, internet connectivity and soon, a delivery service.
The word have been steadily growing. More and more people have been dining lately. The first impression was that
the place looks expensive which of course, the exact opposite. Their motto…“Good food, priced just right.” Apache burgers & Ribs have been busy since they re-opened at their new home at 278 Aguirre Ave. It’s a stones throw from Tides so you might want to grab a bite before going on an all-night drinking binge. Do they serve alcoholic beverages? Yes, they do. To primarily compliment the grilled goodies they offer, especially the really spicy food variants.
If you live in the south, not too busy and somewhat have a large appetite, do give Apache Burgers & Ribs a try! The burgers are not oversized but they definitely compensate with the weight. Their ribs are really tender, the slips off the bone kind, the wings-will definitely make you flap for more. Oh, they also bake their own burger buns, how cool is that?!
For inquiries, you may send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
* article format is like a poem since Apache’s roster of food is pure poetry on plates… (-Ed)