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Even as some fashion forward designers have started to “casualize” menswear by skipping the ever-present belt loops on trousers, men are still advised by style gurus to “buckle up” if their jeans, khakis or slacks still have these loops. Whether at casual gatherings or in business-related events, men must aspire…

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Millennials, particularly the AlDub Nation fandom, may have to know what happened to the stars their parents supported if to make sense of Mendoza’s declaration. An example is the Nora Aunor-Vilma Santos-Christopher de Leon screen saga. Aunor and de Leon got married after their team up in “Banaue” and produced…

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Deliberations on the first package of the Duterte administration’s tax reform bill – dubbed the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (Train) Bill – are on the final stretch, with representatives of the two houses of Congress locked in bicameral conference committee meetings to hammer out a final version for…

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The Philippine Blu Girls made good their promise of making their country proud in the 11th Asian Women’s Softball Championship in Taichung City, Taiwan as the Filipina squad took on three powerhouse teams in one day, beating world No.9 Chinese Taipei, 5-3, and world No.6 China in a thrilling come-from-behind…

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Unless the local aces stand and deliver, a China-Taiwan duel looms when the $80,000 ICTSI Philippine Ladies Masters is fired off on Thursday at The Country Club in Laguna. Forty-five of the leading China LPGA campaigners, headed by Malaysian Michelle Koh, Thai Ploychompoo Wirairungrueng and Rebecca Tsai of Chinese Taipei,…

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NATIONAL University turned back University of Santo Tomas, 25-17, 25-19, 25-20 for a rare girls’ four-peat in the UAAP Season 80 high school volleyball tournament on Tuesday at the Filoil Flying V Center. The Bullpups were in the zone, pouncing the Junior Tigresses with their solid attacking and sharp serves…

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