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Marcos’ darkest legacy continues to rub salt on the wounded county, resulting to a hard core divisiveness

Marcos’ darkest legacy continues to rub salt on the wounded county, resulting to a hard core divisiveness

Rod Cantiveros

And as a consequence, a dark shadow of doubt has been lurking on Duterte’s governance to effect countless radical changes against poverty and corruption,the two landmark legacies of Marcos military regime Street democracy has

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Building Memories through Songs

Building Memories through Songs

aLfie vera meLLa

Many people could wax nostalgia on only very old songs, citing their youthful memories as the stimuli that trigger such wistful and wishful feelings. For me, however, because I have developed keen ears for

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Where the Streets Have Their Names?

Where the Streets Have Their Names?

aLfie vera meLLa

(On the Personalities behind Popular Streets in Winnipeg) If you’ve been living in Winnipeg for a number of years now and have been driving around Downtown area especially, then you must be already familiar

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‘You cannot make a hero out of a villain’

‘You cannot make a hero out of a villain’

Perry Diaz

For twenty-one years that he was in power, the late president Ferdinand E. Marcos had it his way regardless of what people said. He ruled with an iron hand and exercised his authority like

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The Promise of Christmas

The Promise of Christmas

Tony and Letty Antonio

For many, this year’s Christmas may not be conducive for an all-out celebration. Yes, the shopping centres bravely put up festive decorations, hoping to inspire an acceptable level of buying activity. But the backdrop

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TV program to hear complaints about gov’t agencies

TV program to hear complaints about gov’t agencies

A new TV program will soon open to help the government in its fight against corruption in public offices and agencies. President Rodrigo Duterte said he is opening RP TV PTV to the public

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Palawan offers ‘museums’ of ocean life

Palawan offers ‘museums’ of ocean life

The El Nido Resorts in Palawan has been attracting luxury travelers these days due to its rare marine life, endangered species, and undeveloped natural territories that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.

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Kiefer Ravena pursues NBA dream without pay

Kiefer Ravena pursues NBA dream without pay

Former Ateneo star and UAAP MVP Kiefer Ravena sets aside PBA stint and pursues his dream to play in the NBA. While his Gilas cadet teammates have all made their debuts in the PBA,

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Veteran actress Lolita Rodriguez dies at 81

Veteran actress Lolita Rodriguez dies at 81

At the age of 81, veteran actress and Filipino-American Lolita Rodriguez died on Monday, November 28, in California. Lolita died after suffering a stroke two months ago. In a Facebook post, her relative Eduardo

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PH bet proclaimed after two days as 3rd runner-up in Miss Globe 2016

PH bet proclaimed after two days as 3rd runner-up in Miss Globe 2016

Two days after she finished in the top 10 of Miss Globe 2016 finals in Tirana Albania, Miss Philippines Nichole Manalo placed third runner-up. According to the pageant organizers, the host forgot to announce

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