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Palmyra, Syria, “Bride of the Desert”

Palmyra, Syria, “Bride of the Desert”

Gem and Lita

We toured Syria, home to world’s oldest civilizations dating back to 6,600 BC, for three days in an October autumn a few years before the country under President Bashar al-Assad was embroiled in the

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Why Starting a Band in Winnipeg Is Not That Difficult

Why Starting a Band in Winnipeg Is Not That Difficult

aLfie vera meLLa

Sa Pilipinas e napakahirap magtayo ng isang banda dahil ang mahal ng mga instrumento at ang hirap ding makahanap ng practice studios. Kung meron man e siguradong mahal din ang renta rito. In Winnipeg,

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Bigotry Begins at Home

Bigotry Begins at Home

aLfie vera meLLa

Maraming mga magulang na hindi napapansin na marami sa mga itinuturo nila sa kanilang mga anak sa pang-araw-araw na buhay ay malaki ang nagiging epekto sa pagiging mapanghusga ng mga ito. Different parents have

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A question of parentage

A question of parentage

Perry Diaz

Little did Grace Poe realize that two years after she entered politics, she’d be joining an elite league of politicians: the presidentiables. And whether she’s willing to run for the nation’s top job, there

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Angelica Panganiban rebuffs breakup rumors

Angelica Panganiban rebuffs breakup rumors

Actress Angelica Panganiban denies her the reported separation with her boyfriend John Lloyd Cruz. The denial is an offshoot of Ricky Lo’s “Funfare” column in the “Philippine Star” where he wrote that the couple

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Daniel Padilla waxes nostalgic in MoA concert

Daniel Padilla waxes nostalgic in MoA concert

DJ, as Daniel Padilla is called by his adoring fans, performed hits from another era in his concert “Most Wanted,” held at SM MoA Arena on Saturday night. Padilla dished out standards such as

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Megan Young invests time in art lessons

Megan Young invests time in art lessons

Former Miss World Megan Young has enrolled herself in calligraphy classes, a form of art lettering using different tools. Megan said she has a special liking for the arts since she was young. The

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Winnipeg Hosts Group of Death at Women’s World Cup

Winnipeg Hosts Group of Death at Women’s World Cup

There were flags flying, faces painted, bands playing, and thousands of fans from all over the world gathered at the Investor’s Group Field to watch group stage action of the Women’s World Cup. Winnipeg

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UPAA-MB hosts Filipino Breakfast Fundraiser

UPAA-MB hosts Filipino Breakfast Fundraiser

Two hundred fifty people attended the breakfast fundraiser organized by the University of the Philippines Alumni and Associates in Manitoba (UPAA-MB), Inc. on June 6 at Canton Buffet. A total of $1655 was raised

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Senator Enverga pays tribute to Philippine Heritage Band to celebrate 117th Philippine Independence Day

Senator Enverga pays tribute to Philippine Heritage Band to celebrate 117th Philippine Independence Day

The Honourable Tobias C. Enverga Jr., Ontario Senator, paid tribute to the Philippine Heritage Band and its 35th anniversary in the Senate of Canada. His speech in the Senate Chamber followed the 3rd annual

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