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‘New creative industry’

    PROBINSYANA’ – Imee Marcos says she’s been a “probinsyana” for too long (Ilocos Norte governor). Which she loves. But then it was about time she reconnected with her friends from the city. After all, she’s also a “Manileña.” Showbiz friends remember Imee best as the producer of two film classics, “Himala” and “Oro […]

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Journey to love

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Journey to love

    JUST A THOUGHT: Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy. – Anne Frank * * * JOURNEY TO LOVE: Veteran of two marriages tells me: It’s not enough that you fall in love. What seals a relationship is how you and your partner maneuver the journey towards nurturing […]

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Nasty, bitchy H’wood

    GOING H’WOOD – Highspeed is once again going Hollywood…meaning nasty and bitchy, courtesy of Boze Hadleigh’s “Hollywood Babble On.” “I was on television, and somebody asked me what did I think of Jacqueline Susann. I said, ‘She looks like a truck driver in drag.’ She was watching the show, and she fell out […]

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Repeat, repeat

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Repeat, repeat

          ONCE MORE – “Repetitious,” and “redundant”… some names are. Let’s recall them… once more with feeling. Repeat, repeat. CHIN-CHIN Gutierrez – Whatever happened to the beautiful and fine actress? Some say she’s entered the convent. Other say she’s only active in church activities. AU-AU Pijuan or Sevilla or Salve – […]

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O’Hara classic ‘revisited’

    KRIS’ BEST – Days back, Highspeed noted that one of the Urian best films of the ‘90s was the Mario O’Hara classic “The Fatima Buen Story,” produced by Regal’s Mother Lily Monteverde. By coincidence, Cinema One aired “Fatima Buen” and on second viewing it became even better…more powerful and engrossing and meaningful. And […]

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From infidelity to deadly love

Yes, GMA rules the so-called afternoon primetime with its realistic and timely line-up of soaps. After the high-rating “ Ika-6 na Utos,” which tackled infidelity, comes “Ika-5 Utos,” which focuses on deadly love.

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