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‘Red’: Beyond fixing life and love

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Jericho Rosales on the set of “Red”. Photo from Jericho Rosales Official Facebook account

Love has no other color but red. This is what the actor Jericho Rosales’ character proves as he stars in a crime-romance movie “Red,” an official entry to the recently-concluded 2014 Cinema One Originals Film Festival.

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Humor, music keep them on top of their game

LEGENDS (from left) Rico J. Puno, Hajji Alejandro, Marco Sison, Rey Valera. Jokes have always been an important component of their shows here and abroad.

It’s a given: Loyal fans of Rico J. Puno, Hajji Alejandro, Marco Sison and Rey Valera flock to the quartet’s shows for a generous dose of OPM hits. But more than the music, the four men agree, what keeps the crowd glued to their seats is what goes on between the numbers—riotous banter with a dash of self-deprecation.

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Angelina Jolie says ready to give up acting—report

Angelina Jolie, who directed and produced the film "Unbroken," poses for a photo after a press conference following the movie’s world premiere in Sydney, Australia, Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014. AP

Hollywood A-lister Angelina Jolie says she plans to give up acting after a “few more” films and switch her focus to directing.

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Ruben Blades tangos his way to Latin Grammys

Panama's salsa singer Ruben Blades. AP

Ruben Blades says he never imagined his CD “Tangos” would be nominated for a Latin Grammy.

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What I’ve learned from coaching on ‘The Voice’

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BOWLED over by a contestant during the Blind Auditions, author scoots over to fellow coach Sarah Geronimo’s seat to share the excitement. She refers to Sarah as bunso, or youngest, in the panel and finds her progress as a mentor “most inspiring.”

One late night as my husband and I drove home from a recent gig, we got into discussing how the past two years have been such a wonderful turning point in my career. Everything just seemed to fit.

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