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Ate Vi’s motherly touch

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I’ve seen Ate Vi (Vilma Santos) in action during her film shoots as the Star for All Seasons. But it was my first time to see her do what she does best as governor of Batangas last Saturday, at the grand finals of “Voices, Songs and Rhythms (VSR) Year 3.” Held at the Batangas City Sports Coliseum, VSR was the culminating event of the Ala Eh Festival. (VSR also stands for Vilma Santos-Recto.)

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Bigger, better prospects for Vilma

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Don’t look now, but the “eternally youthful” Vilma Santos, truly “The Star for All Seasons (and Reasons),” has just turned 60! The fact that she looks a full decade younger is of great comfort to everybody’s Ate Vi, but even more psychically rewarding must be her grateful realization that, at an age when some “seniors” [...]

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Vilma Santos stars in her first indie–as a bit player

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SANTOS IN “EKSTRA.” “I’m still an artist who’s raring for a good challenge!”

“Crowd din ako dati, pero look at me now,” Vilma Santos proudly discloses to other bit players in the trailer of “Ekstra” that swiftly went viral shortly after it was posted on YouTube on June 6. It’s only been about two weeks since, but the one minute and 48 second trailer has already been viewed almost 80,000 times on the video-sharing website.

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Eddie “Manoy” Garcia, Vilma “Ate Vi” Santos still in fighting form

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Since we all have an Oscars “hangover,” allow me to feature two of our own movie icons who could very well vie for an Oscar, given a chance: Vilma Santos and Eddie Garcia.

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Ate Vi: Politics dirtier than show biz

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Gov. VILMA Santos: “I learned how to stomach the system.”

What better way to start another busy year in show biz than by going all the way to Batangas to interview Ate Vi (Gov. Vilma Santos)? She always makes the trip worth your while.

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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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