Your Favorite Stories for 2018

The Circus Band. Front Row: Hajji Alejandro, Paco Gamboa (bass guitar)+, Rudy Lozano (lead guitar)+, Clown mascot in place of Pabs Dadivas who had not arrived yet from the U.S., Boy Katindig (multi-digital keyboards), Walter Calinawan (drums)+  Second Row: Gerry Paraiso (piano)+, Ceres Jacinto, Basil Valdez, Jacqui Magno, Tillie Moreno, Pat Castillo (Photo by Jaime Zobel)

The Circus Band. Front Row: Hajji Alejandro, Paco Gamboa (bass guitar)+, Rudy Lozano (lead guitar)+, Clown mascot in place of Pabs Dadivas who had not arrived yet from the U.S., Boy Katindig (multi-digital keyboards), Walter Calinawan (drums)+

Second Row: Gerry Paraiso (piano)+, Ceres Jacinto, Basil Valdez, Jacqui Magno, Tillie Moreno, Pat Castillo (Photo by Jaime Zobel)

Rock stars, martial law and food dominated Positively Filipino's most-read stories of 2018. In case you missed them or you want to enjoy them all over again, here's the Top 10 list:
Boy Camara singing Gethsemane in the 1985 repeat production of "Jesus Christ Superstar"

Boy Camara singing Gethsemane in the 1985 repeat production of "Jesus Christ Superstar"

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Crispy-fried, Salted Egg Fish Skin (Photo by Rene Astudillo)

Crispy-fried, Salted Egg Fish Skin (Photo by Rene Astudillo)

Sandy Daza and Rho Clemente stand outside Yanagibashi Shokudo, home of the second best meal we had in Japan according to the author. (Photo courtesy of Rho Clemente)

Sandy Daza and Rho Clemente stand outside Yanagibashi Shokudo, home of the second best meal we had in Japan according to the author. (Photo courtesy of Rho Clemente)