Martial Law Stories: The “Torture” of Playing for Miss Universe 1974

Martial Law Stories: The “Torture” of Playing for Miss Universe 1974

Find out what it was like to do a “command performance” for Imelda Marcos in the ‘70s.

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Where Are Imelda’s (the People’s) Jewels Today?

Where Are Imelda’s (the People’s) Jewels Today?

Why is the Presidential Commission on Good Government being tight-lipped about the Imelda Marcos’ ill-gotten hoard of jewelry?

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Opinion: Two Awakenings and a Funeral

Opinion: Two Awakenings and a Funeral

Sociologist and columnist Randy David asks: “How much violence against history must we commit to redeem the illusions of the dictator’s family?”

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Opinion: What Happens If Bongbong Marcos Becomes Vice President?

Opinion: What Happens If Bongbong Marcos Becomes Vice President?

Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr., the son, also rises.

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The True ‘Tail’ of the Persepolis Bash 45 Years Ago

The True ‘Tail’ of the Persepolis Bash 45 Years Ago

Imelda Marcos was in her element at the grand Pahlavi party on the 2,500th Anniversary of the Persian Empire.

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Countdown to the Revolution Part 2: The Election and its Aftermath

Countdown to the Revolution Part 2: The Election and its Aftermath

Snap presidential election, then pandemonium.

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Bongbong Tries to Explain VP Run to Mom

Bongbong Tries to Explain VP Run to Mom

The real reason Bongbong Marcos is running only for vice president.

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Here Lies Our Bittersweet Story

Here Lies Our Bittersweet Story

Review: Here Lies Love
Afraid that David Byrne’s “Here Lies Love” would glorify Imelda Marcos, the author at first refused to watch the production. And then she did.

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Go-Getter

Go-Getter

Why Sony Pictures will miss Fritz Friedman.

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The Beatles in the Philippines

The Beatles in the Philippines

It was 48 years ago today, when the Fab Four came to Manila to play.

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