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CORY MAGIC AND THE 1988 POLLS

CORY MAGIC AND THE 1988 POLLS

Max Sangil

Last week, there was an almost muted celebration of the so-called EDSA revolution. Let’s look back not on the gathering of the people on that kilometer stretch of the highway but what happened when

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Teachers aren’t gunslingers

Teachers aren’t gunslingers

Perry Diaz

If President Donald Trump had his way, teachers would be required to carry guns in school. Yes, just like the Wild West where just about everybody carried a gun. No license required. No “Second

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Jerusalem, “The City of Peace” (Part III)

Jerusalem, “The City of Peace” (Part III)

Gem and Lita

Outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem is the so-called the “New City” of Jerusalem. With more than 800,000 people it is home to historically important religious sites, vistas and tourist attractions

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Music Is for Anyone who Wants to Listen to It

Music Is for Anyone who Wants to Listen to It

aLfie vera meLLa

An acquaintance that he developed a sense of ownership for all the songs that he fell in love with during his youth, to the point that when such songs started to become commercialized or

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Way Out

Way Out

Tony and Letty Antonio

Our grand daughter, while in London last year, decided to take the underground train to her destination. So she paid her fare and descended into the depths of London to catch her train. But

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Ano’ng Masasabi Mo?

Ano’ng Masasabi Mo?

Levy Abad

Like Horror, Suspense Thriller movies are usually a hit with adults and even young ones who are in for some kind of puzzling and riveting mysteries. This penchant surely originates from the human tendency

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Red River Ice Tactics

Red River Ice Tactics

Eric Labaupa

by Jeremy Santos Pouncing on a rare break in the deep freeze conditions this winter, FAAM members Alan Ali, Eric Labaupa, and myself decided to hit the frozen Red River for a quick hitter

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House attempts to regulate school field trips

House attempts to regulate school field trips

To ensure the safety of students during off-campus activities, the House of Representatives is now finalizing a proposal that will regulate school field trips. In a joint hearing, the committees on basic education and

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PH bet is first-ever Miss Multinational crown

PH bet is first-ever Miss Multinational crown

The first winner of the Miss Multinational pageant is a Filipina. Sophia Senoron was crowned as the first winner of the Miss Multinational pageant Monday night in New Delhi, India. The good news was

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Kris Aquino reaches out to Paolo Duterte’s rant

Kris Aquino reaches out to Paolo Duterte’s rant

Kris Aquino peacefully reaches out to Paolo Duterte in reply to the latter’s tirade against the EDSA People Power Revolution and to the actress herself. The presidential son posted on his Facebook account last

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