GMA News and Public Affairs launches online newscast “Stand for Truth”

Beginning April 15, the most internationally-awarded broadcast news organization in the country GMA News and Public Affairs brings the future of news as it launches “Stand for Truth: powered by GMA’s Digital Video Lab”—a weeknight online newscast produced and reported by the young, for the young and headlined by Atom Araullo with Richard Heydarian and Joyce Pring. Airing from Monday to Friday at …

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Jollibee Mini Managers Camp Offers Fun Learning this Summer

For most youngsters, summer vacation is the best time to experience and learn new things, especially with friends and playmates. That is why the country’s leading fast-food chain is welcoming jollikids to its stores until May 31, 2019 for the Jollibee Kids Club (JKC) Mini Managers Camp. Kids aged 4 to 12 years old can …

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Comedy Concert Queen Aiai delas Alas to Raise Funds for Kristong Hari Church

Comedy concert queen Ms. Aiai delas Alas proves she's more than just a comedian or a host or an actress, she's also passionate about helping others especially the church. We were at the bloggers conference for her upcoming benefit concert to help finish building the Kristong Hari Church in Navotas happpening on June 24, 2019, …

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Musical Artist Jace Roque Releases Single ‘Sober,’ Shares Battle with Mental Health

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UglQHqgfFrQ "Everything’s alright cause I’m sober Though things ain’t really over Know that I can cry on your shoulder Everything is clear when you’re sober" Actor and musical artist Jace Roque have conquered his pain, sadness and anger. And the best way to do it is through music. He just released the single 'Sober,' which tackles his faith …

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