Philippine Ballet Theatre: Kalayaan on Pointe

Philippine Ballet Theatre: Kalayaan on Pointe

Philippine Ballet Theatre’s San Francisco debut will be held on Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

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Filipino Restaurant Week

Filipino Restaurant Week

Savor the Best of Philippine Cuisine
May 13-26, 2019
Maryland | Massachusetts | New Jersey | New York | Pennsylvania | Virginia | Washington DC 

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Asian Pacific American Media Coalition Issues Report Cards To The TV Networks On Their Inclusion Of Asian Americans

Asian Pacific American Media Coalition Issues Report Cards To The TV Networks On Their Inclusion Of Asian Americans

ABC matches its historic high from last year, while Fox gets an "F"

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121st Philippine Independence Day Gala Dinner and Concert

121st Philippine Independence Day Gala Dinner and Concert

June 14, 2019, 6 pm at the International Mark Hopkins, San Francisco. Featuring “The Nightingales” and the Sincerity Girls Ensemble

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Presidio Picnic’s Eighth Season

Presidio Picnic’s Eighth Season

Multi-cultural community celebration unveils new mobile food creators and cultural dance groups at San Francisco’s Presidio National Park

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Daluyan

Daluyan

FRIDAY/SATURDAY, MAY 3 & 4, @ Bindlestiff Studio, 185 - 6th Street, San Francisco

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Poetry Power

Poetry Power

A literary reading featuring local voices showing the transformative power of poetry. Hawaii State Library, May 4, 2019, 1:30 pm-4:40 pm

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Little-known facts about vote-buying

Little-known facts about vote-buying

In a democracy such as ours, it’s truly important for institutional checks and balances to work. An overly powerful executive branch without sufficient checks from the judiciary or the legislature (most especially the Senate, which has traditionally been perceived to be more independent than the House of Representatives) will facilitate the shift to authoritarian rule.

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