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‘Party Pilipinas’ put on probation over ‘lewd’ dance

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The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board has placed GMA-7’s “Party Pilipinas” on probation for six months over a “sexually charged” dance number, MTRCB chairman Eugenio Villareal said Friday

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Korean TV host in local show faces tax evasion raps

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Ryan Bang. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

The Bureau of Internal Revenue on Thursday filed a complaint for tax evasion against a Korean television show host. Hyun Sung Bank, also known as Ryan Bang, allegedly violated sections 254 and 255 of the National Internal Revenue Code for attempting to evade tax payments and failing to file tax returns for 2010 and 2011.

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Pasay prosecutor: Raymart, Claudine may be guilty only of slight physical injury

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Claudine Barretto, Raymart Santiago

The Pasay City Prosecutor’s Office dismissed the attempted homicide, grave coercion and oral defamation complaints filed by journalist Ramon Tulfo against celebrity couple Raymart Santiago and Claudine Barretto.

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Judy Ann Santos ordered to pay P3.418-M tax deficiency

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Actress Judy Ann Santos

Despite the dismissal of the criminal aspect of her tax evasion case, the Court of Tax Appeals ordered actress Judy Ann Santos to pay P3.418 million income tax deficiency.

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With arms wide open, Creed rocks Manila

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Creed rocks The Big Dome. Tetch Torres/INQUIRER.net

An injured leg did not stop vocalist Scott Stapp and his post-grunge band Creed from rocking Manila Sunday night.

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Creed promises another ‘Thrilla in Manila’

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Post-grunge rock band Creed poses for the media after their press conference Saturday, Nov. 11, 2012, a day before their concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. TETCH TORRES

Post-grunge band Creed is excited to rock Manila on Sunday night at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum, which vocalist Scott Stapp said was a venue with an “awesome history.”

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SC reinstates lower court’s dismissal of Sharon Cuneta’s libel case vs Bandera editors

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Sharon Cuneta

The Supreme Court reinstated the ruling of the Mandaluyong City Regional Trial Court that dismissed the libel case filed by megastar Sharon Cuneta against editor and associate editor of tabloid newspaper Bandera.

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Ramgen Bautista sister, brod-in-law cleared of murder charges

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Ramgen Bautista

The Parañaque City Prosecutor’s Office dismissed the complaints for murder and frustrated murder against a sister and a brother in-law of murdered actor Ramgen Bautista.

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Appellate court stops suspension order vs Roderick Paulate et al.

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Roderick Paulate

The Court of Appeals stopped the Office of the Ombudsman and the Department of the Interior and Local Government from implementing the suspension order against former comedian turned councilor and his colleague in connection with allegations of maintaining “ghost employees” in the payroll of the Quezon City Council.

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Dolphy ‘a quiet, thoughtful man who loved steak, chocolate cake’

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Dolphy. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO/ROMY HOMILLADA

“Comedy King” Dolphy or Rodolfo Quizon in real life was a quiet and thoughtful man who loved steak and chocolate cake, his personal nurse for three years described him.

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Theater group mourns Dolphy’s death

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The Philippine Center of the International Theater Institute joins the country in mourning the death of Rodolfo Vera “Dolphy” Quizon.

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NCCA gets nod to proceed with selection for National Artist

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The Office of the Solicitor-General gave a go signal for the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) to proceed with the selection process for the National Artist.

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