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Showbiz & sports, plus politics

    BOWLER – Yes, all three – showbiz, sports, and politics – mix. Let’s start with Senate President Tito Sotto, more popularly called Tito Sen. Many people may not know it, but Tito Sen is a champion bowler. Of course, he’s former comedian on TV and the big screen and co-host of Joey de […]

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Hard copy vs digital version

    MARKET – When the second edition of the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Encyclopedia of Philippine Arts was being discussed only a digital version was planned. A hard copy or print version was not considered as CCP management felt there was no market for it. But the editors of the CCP Encyclopedia of […]

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Shido Roxas: ‘Latebloomer’

    AT 28 – Shido Roxas may well be called “latebloomer” in showbiz. At 28, it’s only now that he’s taking his showbiz career seriously. Shido’s introduced in Joel Lamangan’s “Rainbow’s Sunset,” an entry to the Metro Manila Film Festival. He plays the young Eddie Garcia along with Max Collins as the young Gloria […]

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‘Bahaghari’ is forever

    BAHAGHARI’ – Must congratulate the people behind “Bahaghari,” the CD showcasing traditional Filipino folk songs. With no less than new National Artist Ryan Cayabyab and our very own international star Lea Salonga collaborating on “Bahaghari.” The album is a production of Curve Entertainment headed by Narciso Chan and GLP Music. If you ask […]

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The girl in orange, the ‘magnetic’ actor

    COLOR OF LOVE – Red or at times pink are the colors associated with love. Not anymore, at least in “The Girl in the Orange Dress,” an entry to the Metro Manila Film Festival. Jessy Mendiola is the mysterious girl in orange and Jericho Rosales the “magnetic” actor. Echo is a superstar and […]

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Millennial-speak

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Millennial-speak

      WHATEVER’ – Let’s listen how young people or millennials speak. Often heard in conver­sation is “whatever.” Now what does it really mean? In the preface of her book “Whatever,” Carmen Guerrero Nakpil says: “The title, ‘What­ever,’ is a reference to the millennial way of ending an argument. It used to mean ‘anything’ […]

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