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Monique Wilson puts her art and activism to good use

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WILSON. More acute understanding of social issues.

We rarely see Monique Wilson these days. So, we braved the rush-hour traffic last weekend to watch her perform with Leo Navarro, Ima Castro and Tanya Manalang, the “other” Kim in the 25th anniversary revival of “Miss Saigon” on the West End stage, in the theater-themed concert, “From East Coast to West End.”

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If Ninoy were in government now

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On Thursday is the 31st death anniversary of former Sen. Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. His assassination pumped life back to democracy in the country.

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Celebs’ views on ‘pork’ scam

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Since I wasn’t able to join the One Million People March, I made this little rhyme as my way of showing my support.

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Toto Villareal, MTRCB chief: I have to walk my talk

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Movie and Television Review and Classification Board Chairman Eugenio “Toto” Villareal

Movie and Television Review and Classification Board Chairman Eugenio “Toto” Villareal is certainly the busiest member of his 30-man team.

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Sheer star value no longer guarantees victory at the polls

Time was when sheer star value practically guaranteed victory for popular celebrities running for public office. Joseph Estrada, Ramon Revilla, Bong Revilla, Lito Lapid, Vilma Santos and many more stars surged to electoral success, with Estrada eventually making it all the way to the presidency before he was summarily impeached.

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