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Leaving a coliseum full of positive vibes

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GRAMMY winner Jason Mraz sings about the bright side of life and love.

It takes the agreement of all five senses to make an experience memorable. At the Smart Araneta Coliseum the night of May 14, Jason Mraz added another: a sense of community.

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We should have danced all night

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STEVEN Henry Scott as Benny Andersson

Ewa Scott of the tribute band AbbaMania introduced her group by the first names of the members of the 1970s European super band Abba. She referred to lead guitarist Ross Taberner as “Bjorn,” her husband and organist Steven Henry Scott as “Benny,” fellow female lead vocalist Nyree Burt as “Frida” and herself as “Agnetha.”

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Aerosmith still rocks

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Steven Tyler of the famed Aerosmith rock band is mobbed by reporters as he makes his way to his waiting van upon arrival from Melbourne Sunday May 5, 2013 in Manila. Aerosmith performed in front of 10,618 Manila fans at the 11,800-capacity arena, doing what made them global hard rock icons.  AP PHOTO/BULLIT MARQUEZ

They’re proud to show off the wear and tear of physical age.

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Remix generation defined in 12 hours

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AFROJACK RODEL ROTONI

What kind of music festival comes with ambulances, first-aid stations and firetrucks on standby?

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IPO, OMB to movie pirates: We’ll catch you with night vision goggles

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FROM left, “Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank” director Marlon Rivera, US Embassy economic officer Darren Dapas, OMB chair Ronnie Ricketts, MPAFPC legal counsel Joji Alonso, IPO director general Ricardo Blancaflor and PNP NCRPO Chief Supt. Gen. Christopher Laxa Arnold Almacen

Movie pirates can no longer use the darkness of movie houses as cover, top honchos of the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) and Optical Media Board (OMB) vowed.

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