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Soloist with soul

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NOEL Cabangon recalls his struggling days as a newbie singer, enduring numerous rejections. ARNOLD ALMACEN

Since my good friend Noel Cabangon missed my nth debut bash, he sent me tickets to his concert. “Pambawi sa absence ko,” he said. How sweet.

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Memories of martial rule

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How can I forget the time martial law was declared in 1972? It fell on the day before my birthday. Such timing!   I was just a kid and could not fully grasp what was going on. I just felt so bad that none of my playmates were allowed to attend my birthday party.   […]

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Promoting Pinoy music, musicians

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LOLITA Carbon will perform in the show. photo by blacktie project

For hip-hop artist Abra, there’s no better way to promote the music scene than simply going up the stage and performing as many local original compositions as he can. The coming Pinoy Music Festival (PMF), he said, would be a good platform for him and other artists to do exactly that.

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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 weigh in on sex video scandals

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As one of my fave quotes goes: “Work like you don’t need money. Love like you’ve never been hurt before. Dance like nobody’s watching. And live like it’s heaven on earth.”

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