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SM Supermalls holds first-ever virtual SuperKids Day

SM Supermalls and its kiddie shoppers across the countryrecently made history with the celebration of the first-ever virtualSM SuperKids Day, which was streamed on SM Supermalls’official Facebook page.On its fourth year, SuperKids Day continued the tradition ofhighlighting everything that Filipino children love at SM —shopping, eating, playing and having fun — but this time, theyenjoyed …

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Boy Abunda recalls sleeping in Luneta, selling encyclopedias before showbiz success

Before he became the Philippine entertainment industry’s “King of Talk,” Boy Abunda took on different jobs — from opening doors at restaurants, running company errands, to selling fire extinguishers and encyclopedias — just to earn money.   During the Full Tank interview with Catholic preacher Bro. Bo Sanchez on Friday, Boy looked back on his …

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James Reid meets with farmers in Nueva Ecija as DA ambassador

James Reid was spotted on Wednesday in Nueva Ecija, fulfilling his duties as the Department of Agriculture’s celebrity ambassador for food security.  The actor-singer even gave a speech, calling farmers and fisherfolk in attendance as the “backbone of this country’s economy” but whose “hard work often goes unnoticed.” James said as ambassador, he hopes his …

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LOOK: Iloilo Grade 12 student creates gown sketches with petals and leaves

This aspiring fashion designer from Iloilo uses materials found in nature to create beautiful gown sketches.  Edgian James Calapardo Florida’s hand-drawn gown sketches are fused with unconventional materials such as petals, leaves, beans and even corn kernels! He told the STAR’s LatestChika that he gathers most of his materials just outside his home. Some pieces …

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Manila’s Clock Tower goes dark to mourn death of former Mayor Alfredo Lim

Manila’s famous landmark, the City Hall Clock Tower, went dark in honor of the city’s former Mayor Alfredo Lim, who passed away on Saturday due to COVID-19. He was 90 years old. “Si dating Mayor Alfredo Lim ay sumakabilang buhay na po dala sa pagkaka-infection niya sa COVID-19. Ilang araw na po ang nakararaan, ngunit …

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Jinkee Pacquiao takes kids on a carabao ride in Sarangani

Look who’s balik-probinsya! Jinkee Pacquiao took her daughters on a carabao ride during a visit to her old hometown in Sarangani. She said the experience brought back “happy” memories of her childhood. In an Instagram post on Monday, the wife of boxing champ and Sen. Manny Pacquaio wrote that she’s grateful to God for the …

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Matteo, Sarah urge Cebuanos to ‘stay home, stay safe’ amid rise in COVID-19 cases

Cebuano actor Matteo Guidicelli and his wife Sarah Geronimo gave a special message for Cebu amid the COVID-19 crisis. Matteo started out the video message by introducing the pop star, whom he married in February, as a “brand-new Cebuana, my wife.” He then went on to tell his fellow Cebuanos that they were compelled to …

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Ping Medina to consult lawyer over Baron Geisler’s rape accusation

Ping Medina has chosen, for now, not to address the accusation Baron Geisler made against him on social media, saying that the country currently has much more important issues to deal with.  “Our country has bigger problems atm. I will give a statement after conferring with my lawyers. Thank you,” said the actor in a …

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WATCH: Filipinos in Wuhan capture moment locals chant ‘Wuhan jiayou (fight)’ amid coronavirus crisis

Overseas Filipino workers in Wuhan, China captured on video locals chanting from their room windows “Wuhan jiayou!” on Monday night in an effort to lift each other’s spirits, as the city remains in a lockdown amid the coronavirus crisis.  Jiayou is an often used Chinese phrase that can be roughly translated as “fight” or “keep …

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