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Allan Cosio

Allan Cosio, Filipino postwar and contemporary painter, passes away at 79

The art and culture industry mourns the death Filipino postwar painter, sculptor, and theater production designer Allan Cosio who passed away on April 29, 2021 at the age 79. Born on June 20, 1941, Allan made waves in the art [...]

May 1, 2021 News
Baguio court stops cops from Red-tagging student activists

Baguio court stops cops from Red-tagging student activists

A Baguio court has prohibited the Cordillera police from posting social media commentary or putting up tarpaulins that portray four University of the Philippines Baguio students and graduates as communists and terrorists. Judge Emmanuel Cacho Rasing of the Baguio Regional [...]

March 27, 2021 News
302 quakes detected in Taal Volcano

Phivolcs: 302 quakes detected in Taal Volcano in last 24 hours

 State volcanologists said they recorded 302 volcanic earthquakes in Taal Volcano in the past 24 hours.  In its latest bulletin issued on Saturday at 8 a.m., Phivolcs said 184 of the 302 quakes were volcanic tremors that lasted between one to 12 [...]

March 27, 2021 News
Laguna Mayor Antonio Sanchez Dies

Rape-slay Convict Former Calauan, Laguna Mayor Antonio Sanchez Dies

Former Calauan, Laguna mayor and rape-slay convict Antonio Sanchez died Saturday morning in his prison cell at the New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa City, the Bureau of Corrections confirmed. Corrections spokesperson Gabriel Chaclag said Sanchez was found unresponsive in his [...]

March 27, 2021 News
200 Chinese vessels in Julian Felipe Reef

Palace sees no controversy in 200 Chinese vessels in Julian Felipe Reef

Malacañang thought there really was no controversy in the latest Chinese incursion in the West Philippine Sea where more than 200 vessels were sighted swarming the Julian Felipe Reef. Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque made the statement after President Duterte’s recent meeting with [...]

March 26, 2021 News
De Lima

De Lima: Pagtawag sa kanya ng ‘bitch’ ni Duterte, panglihis sa tunay na isyu

Binuweltahan ni Senator Leila de Lima si Pangulong Duterte sa pagtawag sa kanya nito ng ‘bitch.’ Ayon kay de Lima hindi niya mahanap na katuwiran ang tila panggigigil sa kanya ng Punong Ehekutibo, na sinabi pa na nagtataka siya at [...]

March 26, 2021 News
Marco Alcaraz naguluhan sa magkaibang resulta ng COVID test

Marco Alcaraz naguluhan sa magkaibang resulta ng COVID test

Si Marco Alcaraz ay naguluhan sa magkaibang resulta ng tatlong COVID-19 test na ginawa sa kanya kamakailan. Nagpositibo ang asawa ng beauty queen-actress na si Lara Quigaman sa kanyang swab test ngunit nag-negative naman sa saliva antigen at isa pang [...]

March 26, 2021 News
Biden

China won’t surpass U.S. as Global Leader on His Watch – Biden

U.S. President Joe Biden said he had spent “hours upon hours” with Xi Jinping when he served as vice president under former President Barack Obama and was convinced the Chinese president believed autocracy – not democracy – held the key [...]

March 26, 2021 News
Philippines detects coronavirus variant first found in country

Philippines detects coronavirus variant first found in country

 Philippine health authorities reported Saturday that they found a new coronavirus variant in the country, but said this is not a variant of concern, even if it carries two mutations which have shown to increase transmissibility and dodge some antibodies. [...]

March 13, 2021 News
Pagkakaroon ng unified curfew hours, pinagkasunduan ng Metro Manila mayors

Pagkakaroon ng unified curfew hours, pinagkasunduan ng Metro Manila mayors

Nagkasundo ang mga alkalde sa Metro Manila na magkaroon ng unified curfew hours. Bunsod ito ng patuloy na pagtaas ng kaso ng Covid-19. Ayon kay Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) chairman Benhur Abalos, ipatutupad ito mula 10:00 ng gabi hanggang [...]

March 13, 2021 News