A Jack of Many Communication Trades

A Jack of Many Communication Trades

Find out from Greg Macabenta’s memoirs what made the adman, journalist, scriptwriter, broadcaster tick.

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Watch Out World: Somewhere in the Middle, Deborah Francisco Douglas Finds Her Way Home

Watch Out World: Somewhere in the Middle, Deborah Francisco Douglas Finds Her Way Home

A Filipino American Peace Corps volunteer of mixed lineage discovers the Philippines – and herself.

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A Tree in My Ballesteros

A Tree in My Ballesteros

A towering tree serves as a living monument to a beloved hometown.

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Death of an Army

Death of an Army

What’s the death of an army like? Survey the scenes of Filipino and American defeat at the Bataan peninsula.

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The Three ‘Hills’ of Teresa Street

The Three ‘Hills’ of Teresa Street

You can take the boy out of the neighborhood, but not the neighborhood out of the boy.

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War and Forgiving

War and Forgiving

Is it possible to forgive the unforgivable, like war crimes? Find out how one Philippine president dealt with this question.

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Martial Law Stories: Who Is Marshall Law?

Martial Law Stories: Who Is Marshall Law?

Trying to leave the country, with subversive documents, and being searched at the Manila International Airport in 1972.

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Of Fireflies and Firebrands

Of Fireflies and Firebrands

Yes, there was a time when living on the corner of EDSA and Cebu Avenue in Quezon City was like being in a quiet sanctuary.

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‘A Time to Rise’: Filipino American Memoirs of Revolution

‘A Time to Rise’: Filipino American Memoirs of Revolution

An intimate look into one of the most radical organizations to emerge in Filipino American history.

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A Taste of a Spiky Memoir

A Taste of a Spiky Memoir

When a man-about-town grows into a man who is at home in the world.

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