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Press freedom wears black in media ralliesJournalist Malou Mangahas speaks during the Black Friday rally on Tomas Morato,
Inquirier.net / Posted 3 days ago
Journalist Malou Mangahas speaks during the Black Friday rally on Tomas Morato, Quezon City, along with Rappler chief executive officer Maria Ressa (left). – Photo by Lyn Rillon Journalists, members of campus publications, media workers, and... Read more
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Pitoy Moreno’s passing marks the end of an erapicture in the coffee-table book he authored, “Kasalan,” published in 1990. Pi
Inquirier.net / Posted 4 days ago
picture in the coffee-table book he authored, “Kasalan,” published in 1990. Pitoy Moreno died Jan. 15, 2018, after a long stay in the hospital. He was 89. Yet that number of years couldn’t even begin to indicate how much he had done in life—a... Read more
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P700K cocaine, ecstasy seized in 2 drug bustsQuezon City Police District Chief Supt. Guillermo Eleazar shows plastic sachets
Inquirier.net / Posted 10 days ago
Quezon City Police District Chief Supt. Guillermo Eleazar shows plastic sachets containing kush, a more potent type of marijuana, seized from two other drug suspects.—PHOTO BY JHESSET O. ENANO An estimated P700,000 worth of cocaine, ecstasy and... Read more
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Philly.com
How Craig LaBan reviewed Philly's restaurants in 2017Philadelphia’s best chefs turned back time in 2017, embracing some old favorite
Philly.com / Posted 28 days ago
Philadelphia’s best chefs turned back time in 2017, embracing some old favorites, with nods to tradition, and then making them relevant again. That’s how Joey Baldino turned a century-old private Italian hideaway called the Palizzi Social Club into... Read more
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Inquirier.net
A fairytale wedding, and a scandal between an estranged coupleA centenarian tattoo artist, a fairytale wedding in Paris, a scandal between an
Inquirier.net / Posted 30 days ago
A centenarian tattoo artist, a fairytale wedding in Paris, a scandal between an election official and his socialite wife, and a levitating statue were some of the events that kept Pinoys staying longer in coffee shops for more gossip. Outrage ruled... Read more

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