By Rito P. Asilo
“Don’t quit your day job.” We often hear this unsolicited advice when actors decide to pursue politics. In the United States, Ronald Reagan, Clint Eastwood, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sonny Bono and wrestler Jesse Ventura held important public posts at some point in their careers—as did Jerry Springer, who became Cincinnati’s scandal-plagued mayor 14 years before he began hosting his controversial talk show in 1991.
By Jocelyn R. Uy
Actor Aga Muhlach on Monday said nothing could keep him from running for a congressional seat after the Commission on Elections (Comelec) junked a petition seeking his disqualification from the May 13 elections for supposedly dropping his Filipino citizenship.
By Cynthia D. Balana
Several lawmakers expressed, on Wednesday, their sympathy to the family of “Comedy King” Dolphy and filed a resolution paying tribute to the man who had brought smiles and laughter to millions of Filipnos for more than six decades.
By Marinel R. Cruz
Aga Muhlach said his wife, Charlene Gonzales, has given him the go-ahead to enter the political arena in 2013.
About 70 Christian youths in the Philippines have chanted “Stop the Lady Gaga concerts” at a rally calling for the singer’s shows in Manila next week to be cancelled.
By Maila Ager
MANILA, Philippines–A group of young leaders known as the “Lousy Boys” of Congress will share center stage with two of the country’s performing bands next week in a dance-and-musical benefit concert for a veteran journalist now battling cancer. The concert dubbed as “On the Beat” will be held on August 10 at the Celebrity Sports [...]