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Luis M. Taruc, The Huk Supremo

Luis M. Taruc, The Huk Supremo

Max Sangil

Ka Luis M. Taruc was a tailor before the Second World War. He was born in San Luis in Pampanga and spent his growing years there. In the thirties, people acknowledged it as the

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Video Killed the Radio Star? Not Really

Video Killed the Radio Star? Not Really

aLfie vera meLLa

(On the Significance of Music Videos) In the Internet age, YouTube is perhaps the biggest source of music videos. Whenever a music fan wants to check out a new song by her favorite artists

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Corruption at BOC

Corruption at BOC

Perry Diaz

Well, what else is new? Ever since I can remember, the Bureau of Customs is a place where corruption is the rule rather than the exception. It’s a culture that was introduced by the

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Why?  Seeing God in our pain

Why? Seeing God in our pain

Tony and Letty Antonio

From childhood, we want things our way. “I don’t want vegetables; I want ice cream! “Why do I have to take a nap?” Do I have to stay in the backyard? As we get

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Manitoba Master Angler Program

Manitoba Master Angler Program

Eric Labaupa

If you have ever gone fishing in this province or know anyone who has, you have most likely heard of the term ‘Master Angler’. These two words spell out the quintessential achievement for many

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SWS say more Filipinos expect better lives in next 12 months

SWS say more Filipinos expect better lives in next 12 months

The latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey published by the newspaper BusinessWorld says more Filipinos believe they will have better lives in the next 12 months. A total of 1,200 respondents participated in the

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Standhardinger to suit up with Hong Kong in ABL

Standhardinger to suit up with Hong Kong in ABL

Gilas Pilipinas’ big man Christian Standhardinger is set to join Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions in the coming ASEAN Basketball League season. The news was announced by sports agency YouFirst on its Twitter account

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LTFRB defends ruling on Uber suspension

LTFRB defends ruling on Uber suspension

The Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory Body (LTFRB) defended its decision to suspend Uber operations despite criticisms from the public. The transport regulatory body also issued a stern warning to Uber not to use

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Bill filed requiring public officials to ride public transport

Bill filed requiring public officials to ride public transport

A bill has been filed in Congress seeking to require government officials to ride public transport at least once a month during weekday rush hour. House Bill 6195 authored by assistant minority leader and

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Randy Santiago’s son passes away

Randy Santiago’s son passes away

The 24-year old son of singer-actor Randy Santiago passed away on Sunday, August 13. The sad news was confirmed by the singer-actor’s brother, Reily to ABS-CBN News. Ryan was reportedly hospitalized due to a

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