An astounding number of women have shared stories about the once-mighty Harvey Weinstein allegedly victimizing them.
Daily Archive: October 23, 2017
San Ricardo Vidal? Why not? On Monday night, Cebu City Rep. Raul del Mar called on Catholic Church officials to work for the canonization of the well-loved prelate.
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A 13-year old boy was killed after he was hit by an municipal-owned ambulance while he was on the way to school in Sta. Rita town, Samar province on Monday afternoon.
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Watch out Crystal Gems, a brand new face from the Homeworld is invading Beach City the world of “Steven Universe.” But don’t worry, we have all the details.
Hessonite will be the newest Homeworld Gem introduced into the “Steven Universe” lore, Cartoon Network has announced. She is set to make her…
As one theatergoer’s bliss is another theatergoer’s cornball, let’s accentuate the positive before delving into the negative of a show that reveals just how thin the line is between hokey and charming.
“Bright Star,” the eager-to-please country musical by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell that had…
President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday declared October 26 as a Special Non-working Day in the province of Cebu for the burial day of Archbishop Ricardo Cardinal Vidal.
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The bodies of at least 67 Syrian civilians, many summarily killed by the Islamic State group, have been discovered in a central town in Syria retaken from IS by government troops over the weekend, activists said Monday.
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“Kyle Secades and Jane Oineza expressed how proud they are of Ylona Garcia who successfully mounted a solo concert last October 21 at the Music Museum.”
“Though he wasn’t able to physically attend the second major concert of her onscreen partner, Bailey May made sure Ylona felt his presence by sending a sweet video message for her.”
The Philippine Daily Inquirer bagged the award for Outstanding Published Feature Article on Youth and Education in a nationally circulated publication in the 14th Lasallian Scholarum Awarding ceremony held at De La Salle University (DLSU) on Monday. The winning story, “Where Vivaldi soars above the noise of dump trucks” by Inquirer Metro reporter Jhesset Enano, was published one year ago on Oct. 23, 2016.
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