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Ogie sings about enduring love in concert series

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ALCASID. Pays tribute to show biz widows.

In his Valentine concert series, “Samahang Walang Ka-Valentine,” at Music Museum on Feb. 13, 14 and 15, Ogie Alcasid will sing about enduring love as he pays tribute to the widows of Fernando Poe Jr., Rudy Fernandez and Dolphy.

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Tintin cohosts ‘Face to Face’ reboot

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BABAO. Open mind—and heart.

TV5’S reality show, “Face to Face,” assumes a new look as part of the network’s “Everyday All The Way” programming boost. It has been rechristened “Face The People,” and is telecast Mondays to Fridays at 4:30 p.m.

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Boots shows no signs of slowing down

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Boots Anson-Roa. FILE PHOTO

Retirement is a word that doesn’t exist in Boots Anson-Roa’s vocabulary. At sixtysomething, she remains one of the busiest actors in the biz—and shows no signs of slowing down: She holds office at Mowelfund, teaches at UP and Ateneo, and continues to act in films and television shows.

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Mark Bautista waxes dream album

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BAUTISTA. Marks his 10th year with a new album, a stage play and a concert.

Mark Bautista has gone a long way since he got on a cargo ship to try his luck on “Star For A Night.” In celebration of his 10th year in show biz, the chinky-eyed balladeer from Cagayan de Oro has been tapped to wax “The Sound of Love,” which he says is his dream album.

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Alfred Vargas breathes life into ‘Ang Supremo’

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VARGAS. Portrays Andres Bonifacio in historical drama.

Alfred Vargas, who played the Great Plebeian two years ago in Mario O’Hara’s “Ang Paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio,” believes Andres Bonifacio should be on equal footing with our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal.

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Christopher returns in family drama

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CHRISTOPHER DE LEON. Topbills “Flames of Love.”

When Christopher de Leon learned that Dina Bonnevie and Ricky Davao were in the cast of the movie, “Flames of Love,” he no longer bothered to ask what his role would be, because Dina and Ricky were part of his fond memories of “American Adobo.” The new project reunites the trio.

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Dingdong Avanzado marks silver year

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AVANZADO. Exciting duets.

Dingdong Avanzado celebrates his 25th year in the music industry with the 15-track album, “Download.”

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Ogie Alcasid marks 25th year in show biz

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ALCASID. Thankful for the blessings.

Ogie Alcasid celebrates his 25th year in show biz this month. He’s full of gratitude for the many blessings he has received. He says that the most important lesson he has learned is “not to approach failure in a negative way, because something good could come out of it.”

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Jolina Magdangal prays for happy resolutions

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MAGDANGAL. New host of “Personalan.”

“PERSONALAN, Ang Unang Hakbang” has a new host in Jolina Magdangal, who alternates with Jean Garcia. Admittedly, hosting a show that deals with its guests’ personal problems isn’t among Jolina’s priorities. But, she was assured that her episodes would tackle issues often encountered by teens.

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‘Kimmy Dora’ faces new challenges

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DOMINGO. Reprises dual role in comedy sequel.

IN 2010, Joyce Bernal and Chris Martinez’s “Kimmy Dora” reconfigured the star system when it became a big hit. It also turned Eugene Domingo, who played the twins, Kimmy and Dora, into a star.

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Laurice Guillen returns to acting

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GUILLEN. Portrays a shipping magnate in “Aryana.”

LAURICE Guillen is happy to be acting again. She’s in the cast of “Aryana,” playing a shipping magnate who’s the mother of Tonton Gutierrez.

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Exciting new journey for Sharon

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CUNETA. Her daily  show aims to inspire, encourage and entertain.

After 30 years of blockbuster movies, chart-topping albums, sold-out concerts and TV shows, Sharon Cuneta embarks on a new journey as she starts her first project for her new home, TV5, the daily talk show, “Sharon, Kasama Mo, Kapatid,” which begins airing on May 14.

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