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Moral acquitted of pilferage charge (update)

The court has recently decided that the person who is charged of loathing our national library has been found not guilty. The researcher a certain Mr. Bayhon who is still at large is the only person who has been convicted of pilferage in this decade long marathon court battle – with a 7 to 10 […]

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Living History

BROWSER Living History By Regina Layug Philippine Daily Inquirer First Posted 02:29am (Mla time) 04/06/2008 MANILA, Philippines – What was the encounter at the “Battle of Pinaglabanan?” all about? What happened at Tirad Pass? Who was the combat award recipient after whom Boni Serrano Ave. in Quezon City is named? For many young Filipinos today, […]

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the Pan de Manila Concept

I’m not sure if they can rival the popular fast food chains and cake stores but this franchise has been building its stores everywhere. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a big fan of their line of products ( they have all kinds of spreads, sardinas, monay…) they have been very quality conscious […]

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Historia

It was in St. Peregrine

I have long been coming to St. Peregrine steps striving to be the good Catholic my Nanay wanted me to be. Though I still visit the churches I frequent when I was a child together with my mother I now consider St. Peregrine as my regular spiritual home. Here I contemplate on my troubles, pray […]

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Books from NHI

I recently grabbed books about Apolinario Mabini at the National Historical Institute in Kalaw, Manila. The ‘brains of the revolution’ is one of my least read historical figure, I decided that I should learn more if I intend to understand his role in our history. The place is under renovation. Very friendly people. I found […]

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