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Boy bands dominated the music scene in the late 1990s and early 2000s with the likes of Boyz II Men, NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, Westlife and New Kids on the Block. In the last few years, the genre has seen incredible resurgence for this generation with One Direction, The Vamps, 5…

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This last week marked both the birth and the passing of legendary vanguard David Bowie, born January 8, 1947 and died January 10, 2016. During his lifetime, Bowie made a great impact on culture as a musician, artist, fashion icon, and so much more. To celebrate the life of one…

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Hailed for her role as a mother battling with Alzheimer’s disease in the top-rated ABS-CBN afternoon series “The Greatest Love” in 2017, veteran actress Sylvia Sanchez quickly became showbizlandia’s favorite mother role pick in successive TV programs. As 2018 begins, she takes her expertise to the big screen but in…

JOSE 'PITOY' MORENO, 87

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Celebrated fashion designer Jose “Pitoy” Moreno, one of the earliest advocates of the Maria Clara, died on Monday at the age of 87. His grandson Paul Jason Cruz first confirmed the news with GMA Network’s prime time newscast “24 Oras” later that day without giving further details on the cause…

FRANK LLOYD MAMARIL

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He is only 33 years old but Communication Arts graduate Frank Lloyd Mamaril has already directed some of the top OPM artists in concert and music videos in the most memorable way. If you watched Lani Misalucha’s “Love Catcher” concert in 2016 at Resorts World Manila and enjoyed it, the…

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Twenty-five years after his death, the world continues to be fascinated by the story of Pablo Escobar. On Netflix you can find both the Columbian production, “El Patrón del Mal” and “Narcos” seasons one and two. Elsewhere there’s “Killing Pablo,” “King of Coke,” “The Terror of Columbia,” “The Two Escobars”…

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Actor Yul Servo recalled that at age 19, seasoned director Maryo delos Reyes told him he looked like a rat. Delos Reyes’ exact words were “mukha kang daga” when Servo’s uncle presented him to the moviemaker. He was a college student back then taking up BS Criminology, and rather than…

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PLUS: Controversial actress can’t get over failed romance Tomorrow, January 17, marks the first death anniversary of actress-turned-producer Donna Villa of Golden Lions Films. Vignettes distinctly remembers the afternoon when—on the radio program we co-anchor—we received a news report about Tita Donna’s death. In a huff, we had to confirm…

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After the success of “Forevermore” in 2015, Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil were paired anew in “Dolce Amore” aired early last year. Besides garnering positive reviews, the show was a trending topic on social media for many reasons—the stars’ portrayal of their character, the picturesque setting in Italy and the…

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