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Media men, celebs to give cancer-stricken kids a V-Day treat

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CLIFF RICHARD at Araneta Coliseum

On Valentine’s Day Thursday, civic-minded celebrities, including media men, will spend time to cheer up cancer-stricken children at the Tahan-Tahanan facility of  East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC) in Quezon City.   The special program is part of the second year anniversary celebration of Tahan-Tahanan—a halfway home for pediatric cancer patients from 0 to 20 years [...]

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Makisig Morales: I did this for St. Pedro Calungsod

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MAKISIG Morales as the Filipino saint in a musical recently staged at Meralco Theater

Former child actor Makisig Morales, now 15 years old, had his first taste of musical theater when he portrayed the role of Saint Pedro Calungsod in a recent musical play staged at the Meralco Theater. Makisig said he felt deeply honored and happy to play the lead role in “Teen St. Pedro, the Musical”—a stage [...]

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Grandsons wear Dolphy tattoos as tribute

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Three sons of the late actor Freddie Quizon, Dolphy's son to his first long-time partner, Gracita Dominguez, have Dolphy-faced tattoos on their arms and shoulders to show their support to the country's Comedy King. In photo Rowell, John Christian, Nicollo Paulo Quizon. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Three grandsons of the late comedy king Dolphy are paying him a lifelong tribute by having his image tattooed on their arms.

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Vandolph: I want to be like my dad

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VANDOLPH   Inquirer photo

Vandolph Quizon, Dolphy’s son with actress Alma Moreno, does not mince words about his dad. The heir-apparent to the King of Philippine comedy said: “Almost all the good qualities of one person are in my dad. I respect him so much. I want to be like him … He was my model. He was everything [...]

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Life’s still a continuing learning process for Ate Vi

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Batangas Governor Vilma Santos. INQUIRER FILE  PHOTO

Batangas Gov. Vilma Santos Recto is not ashamed that she only finished high school, although she never stops learning. “Hindi ako tumitigil sa sariling pag-aaral (I never stop educating myself),” she said. “Habang tuloy-tuloy ako sa mga karanasan ko sa buhay ay natututo ako (I learn as I go through my experiences in life).” Ate [...]

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