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Pinoy furniture designer Ito Kish shows his new collection

Award-winning Filipino furniture designer Ito Kish showed "Kris TV" host Kris Aquino his newest collection during the recently held Manila FAME, the country's premier trade show and home-fashion lifestyle event.

Stackable lamps and other unique pieces at Manila FAME

"Kris TV" host Kris Aquino takes a look at some of the unique pieces offered at the recently held Manila FAME trade show and home-fashion lifestyle event.

Summer destination: Saipan Resort in Tarlac

Every summer, residents of San Jose, Tarlac work together to put rocks around a nearby river to convert it into a "resort" for kids and adults alike.

Summer workshop ideas for kids

"Umagang Kay Ganda" hosts Atom Araullo and Bianca Gonzalez take a look at some the most popular summer workshops in the country for kids.

Madonna to auction art for Afghan, Pakistani girls

NEW YORK - Pop star Madonna and Sotheby's announced Wednesday the auction of a Cubist masterpiece by French artist Fernand Leger to support an education project for girls in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Drinking, drugs more common for kids of deployed

NEW YORK - Teens and preteens with a parent deployed in the military may be more likely to binge drink or misuse prescription drugs, according to a new study.

Smokers have worse colon cancer prognosis: study

NEW YORK - Smokers are less likely to be alive and cancer-free three years after having surgery for colon cancer than people who have never smoked, according to a new study.

Pecan pie could become state pie of Texas

AUSTIN, Texas - For nearly a century, the pecan tree has been honored as the state tree of Texas. Now some state lawmakers - and some first-graders - think that pecan pie should be a state symbol as well.

Dinner with Spain's elBulli chef goes for $23,000 in Hong Kong

HONG KONG, A dinner for four with celebrated Spanish chef Ferran Adria of the award-winning elBulli restaurant sold for a cool $23,000 to an online Asian bidder on Wednesday, while a set of custom-engraved knives went for nearly $8,000.

'Suspended coffee' movement comes to PH

MANILA, Philippines – A tradition that started in Naples, Italy where customers pay in advance for a coffee meant for someone who can’t afford one has reached Philippine shores.