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  • 23 September 2017
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    Travel tip from Bea Alonzo: Forget about Instagram first

    It’s safe to include “A Love to Last” star Bea Alonzo in the list of well-traveled celebrities in the country today.   The actress has visited a lot of places – whether for work or vacation – and has even gone on a spontaneous trip to Europe.    “I ...

  • 23 September 2017
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    Richard Yap breaks into tears for death of hazing victim

    Richard Yap could not hold back his tears as he mourned the death of the University of Santo Tomas (UST) law freshman who was killed in a hazing incident over the weekend. The actor shared his grief with ABS-CBN News on Tuesday, saying that he personally knew Horacio Castillo ...

  • 15 September 2017
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    Pia Wurtzbach now has 5M followers on Instagram

    In just a few months, Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach amassed another one million followers on Instagram.   The Filipino-German beauty queen marked her social media milestone on Tuesday, posting a photo of herself doing the Korean “finger heart” gesture. “Here’s to 5 million strong! Mahal ko kayo! Maraming salamat po! ...

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  • 25 September 2017
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    ‘24 Oras Weekend’ rules timeslot, beats competition

    There was a time when TV stations, like government offices, rested on weekends. In short, the news and public affairs departments were nowhere in the programming grid of the channels. It seems with the advent of specialized broadcasting and news channels on satellite and cable channels, free TV stations ...

  • 25 September 2017
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    ABS-CBN captivates more Filipinos nationwide in August

    ABS-CBN kept its lead in nationwide TV ratings in August, bringing values-oriented programs and relevant news stories to more viewers in the country. Based on data from Kantar Media, the Kapamilya network recorded an average audience share of 46 percent in both rural and urban homes, or 13 points ...

  • 23 September 2017
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    Alden Richards depicts life story of Boni Ilagan in Alaala: A Martial Law Special

    Kapuso actor Alden Richards takes on his boldest portrayal yet as he depicts the life story of Martial Law activist and award-winning screenwriter Bonifacio Ilagan in GMA Public Affairs’ Alaala: A Martial Law Special. Around 70,000 people were imprisoned; 34,000 were tortured; 3,240 were killed; and 884 disappeared involuntarily, ...

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  • 09 September 2017
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    Superb SEA Games debut for zion

    Zion Corrales Nelson 2016 BC Female Athlete of the year represented the Philippines in the 2017 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur. She performed as an elite athlete and the youngest competitor in the games at only 18 yrs old. Zion is ASIA’s 4th fastest woman in 200m and 8th ...

  • 09 September 2017
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    Martinez tries new routine, pays dearly

    Michael Martinez gambled with a new routine and paid dearly for it last Sunday when he failed in his bid for the gold medal in the men’s individual figure skating event of the 29th Southeast Asian Games at the Empire City Arena in Damansara Perdana. Billed as the top ...

  • 07 September 2017
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    Philippines hosting 2019 SEAG in Clark, Zambales, Bulacan

    The Philippines intends to hold the 30th SEA Games in Clark, Pampanga and the neighboring provinces of Bulacan and Zambales while showcasing to our Southeast Asian neighbors “the new Philippines.” Foreign Affairs Sec. Alan Peter Cayetano, designated as the 2019 SEA Games Organizing Committee chairman, bared this in an interview ...

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  • 14 September 2017
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    COBS BREAD HOSTS FUNDRAISING WEEKEND AIMS TO PROVIDE 150,000 BREAKFASTS TO CANADIAN CHILDREN THROUGH BREAKFAST PROGRAM VANCOUVER– COBS Bread is pleased to be partnering with Breakfast Club of Canada to raise funds to help feed the one in five Canadian children still at risk of going to school without ...

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    When Going to the Book Store Meant Everything

    We, the generation that was born and raised in the 1960s, grew up reading and loving books, comics, encyclopedias, magazines and other materials in print form. In school, we were required to go to the library whenever our teachers gave us assignments that needed serious research. In the library, ...

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