Vol. 30 No. 07 Archives - Filipino Journal

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New Albums to Check Out This Year (part 1)

New Albums to Check Out This Year (part 1)

aLfie vera meLLa

It’s only the first quarter of 2016 but the list of newly released albums to check out is already long. Here are just some of them. David Bowie – Blackstar “Look up here, I’m

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Can Digong pull off an upset?

Can Digong pull off an upset?

Perry Diaz

Not only can a presidential candidate with a shoestring budget win but when he also promises to stamp out corruption, he would be the butt of jokes. He’d be called a nuisance candidate or

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Falcon Lake Ice Derby

Falcon Lake Ice Derby

Eric Labaupa

Just when I was about to put all of my winter gear away and start dusting off the beach wear, old man winter let us know that he isn’t done quite yet. There was

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PH among countries with most underweight people

PH among countries with most underweight people

A study of the School of Public Health at the Imperial College London and published in The Lancet revealed that the Philippines ranked ninth in terms of underweight men (3.6 million) and eighth in

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Pacquiao attacked by unknown person in resto parking lot

Pacquiao attacked by unknown person in resto parking lot

Manny Pacquiao was attacked by an unidentified man in a parking lot in Kabuki restaurant in Los Angeles. The Filipino boxing champion was unhurt according to sportswriter Gerry Ramos of SPIN.ph said in his

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Marikina public school first to avail of dengue vaccine

Marikina public school first to avail of dengue vaccine

Over 200 Grade 4 students at Parang Elementary School in Marikina City availed themselves of the world’s first dengue vaccine under the Department of Health’s school-based immunization program on Monday. About a million children

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Charges filed against Kidapawan protesters

Charges filed against Kidapawan protesters

The Cotabato police filed on April 4, 2016 several complaints against 43 protesters from the towns of Arakan, Antipas, President Roxas, and Magpet, all in North Cotabato who were arrested during the clearing operations

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Young Pinay advances to grand finals of ‘Spain’s Got Talent’

Young Pinay advances to grand finals of ‘Spain’s Got Talent’

Filipina singer Dianne Kaye Jacob Ico is advancing to the grand finals of Spain’s Got Talent. The 14-year old girl received praises and compliments from judges Jorge Javier Vázquez, Edurne and Eva Hache, and

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Tom Jones apologizes for show cancellation

Tom Jones apologizes for show cancellation

British legendary singer Tom Jones expressed his apologies to Filipino fans for the cancellation of his Manila concert on Saturday, April 2 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. His management said the cancellation was due

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Sarah Geronimo lefts coaching job in kids’ edition

Sarah Geronimo lefts coaching job in kids’ edition

Singer-actress Sarah Geronimo will not be around to mentor kids for the upcoming 3rd season of The Voice Kids Philippines. Sarah said she wants to return to ASAP and concentrate on her growth as

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