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Rizal’s May 11 Chicago visit and other related jubilees

by May 7, 2008 » Add more comments.
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PINOY Insider By Mariano “Anong” Santos PINOY Publisher and Editor-in-chief As noted in our cover this issue, it is the 30th year of the celebration of Asian Pacific Heritage Month this May. PINOY Newsmagazine is sponsoring along with various community organizations a “Conversation On Race” on Wednesday, May 14, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., at […] Read more »

Rizal Pen & Ink Drawing by Glen Bautista

by April 25, 2008 » Add the first comment.
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The Rizal Monument pen and ink drawing is composed of the National Hero’s thirty-nine (39) poems and one song, “A Orillas del Pasig”, translation into English by my late friend, Alfredo Veloso.

Rizal the traveler

by April 11, 2008 » Add the first comment.
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By Ambeth Ocampo via Inquirer PARIS, France—Despite the wintry cold and occasional drizzle, the French like to speak their mind publicly. What we thought to be a parade on our first day out turned out to be a demonstration for Ingrid Betancourt, a French citizen who was kidnapped and has been held captive in Colombia […] Read more »

Rizal landmarks in Iloilo City

by April 9, 2008 » Add the first comment.
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By Henry Funtecha – There are lots of ways in which Dr. Jose P. Rizal, the Philippines’ foremost national hero, is being honored. His monuments are almost everywhere, and provinces, towns, barangays, streets, parks, schools, banks, and other institutions are named after him. In Iloilo City, Rizal Street, considered one of the longest and busiest […] Read more »

The Marvelous Adventures of the Amazing Dr. Rizal

by April 4, 2008 » Add the first comment.

What if Rizal didn’t die in 1896, because he drank Christ’s Blood from the San Greal. And what if Rizal was then able to manipulate Philippine History into what we read in the books. What if he became immortal. Fiction. Sure! But that’s the premise of a still to be released book from the talented […] Read more »

The Musical Sino Ka Ba, Rizal

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PRODUCTION / LIBRETTO Nonoy Gallardo RESEARCHERS Aurora Quadra / Miralyn Gamba LYRICS / MUSIC Gary Granada FEMALE VOICES: Bayang Barrios / Lani Misalucha MALE VOICES: Noel Cabangon / Gary Granada AUDIO ENGINEER Benjie Sengson PRODUCER Angie Quadra (Listen to the Music)

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