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What to do this weekend while waiting for the US election results

By Camille Santiago Published Nov 06, 2020 3:05 am

It's been over 72 hours since the polls closed in the United States for their 2020 presidential elections, but no final announcement has been made yet.

The US elections are important  for everyone around the world. And so while we wait for the news, or if you need a good break from politics, do other fun, mindless things to destress.

Here, we list down some activities you can do this weekend—from shows to binge watch, virtual tours to check out, and things to shop, we got you!

Watch true crime series

There's nothing quite like the thrill of attempting to solve a crime. We don't know about you but true crime shows are on our watchlist, such as the ones from hayu's lineup. There are over 40 true crime shows in this streaming app including Kim Kardashian-West's The Kim Kardashian-West Justice Project, Killing Versace, In Justice with Nancy Grace, Deadly Cuts, Snapped, Ice Cold Blood, and more.

True crime shows from Hayu

Play a virtual escape room

We're not over Halloween just yet! This week only, you can play virtual escape rooms such as the heart-pounding escape rooms from Breakout Manila. GOMO, the newest digital telco, is making it possible for young digital-savvy individuals to play this without having to worry about their plans and data usage. They're partnering with Breakout Manila and Shoor for this culminating activity.

You can also watch the GOMO concert on November 7, 8PM, featuring 88rising stars like producer and pop star Joji, Indonesian singer and songwriter NIKI, and South Korean singer CHUNG HA. 

To experience the Halloween-themed virtual escape rooms, sign up for free at #WeDontStop Halloween. GOMO’s #WeDontStop concert will be streaming on GOMO'S Facebook event page on November 7 exclusively for the Philippines.

Gomo Haunted Casino

Gomo #WeDontStop Concert

Start adding to cart

We are just days away from the biggest sale of the year! We know Lazada's 11.11 sale can be quite overwhelming (there's just so many good deals we don't want to miss out on!) that's why we're suggesting you to start adding to your carts now!

Plus, get this: Lazada just gave out a few trick on how you can maximize savings on the big day! How? Well, you can play LazGames to collect coins and score discounts, you can also cash-in and check-out using your Lazada Wallet to save more. Make sure also to tune in to LazLive to get updates on deals and win prizes; and follow their social media accounts to get a chance to win a shopping spree of op to P11,111! 

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Go on a virtual art exhibit

The world wide web is filled with digital art experiences—from virtual museum tours to virtual travel tours and even virtual art exhibits. Starting today until November 26, you can view ArtistSpace's first-ever virtual exhibition called CUTTING CORNERS, featuring works of nine Filipino visual artists: Floyd Absalon, Bea Aspiras, Gab Baez, Andre Baldovino, Steven Burce, Pepe Delfin, Bayani Galera, Kat Grow, and Miles Villanueva. 

On 6 November 2020, Virtual ArtistSpace presents its first virtual exhibition, CUTTING CORNERS, featuring nine Filipino...

Posted by ArtistSpace on Thursday, October 29, 2020

Listen to Super Junior’s newest single

We know it's a good day for E.L.F.s because not only is it Super Junior's 15th anniversary today, but they're also launching their newest single,  The Melody (우리에게 ) tonight at 6PM KST! Celebrate with them by listening to their new song in anticipation of their 10th full album coming out in December.

Declutter and donate

Use your spare time this weekend to clean out and fix your closets! When you're done sorting out things that you want to keep or give away, why not donate those to the victims of the Typhoon Rolly? There are many organizations doing donation drives. Check out the list here.

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