GOYO Portrays Del Pilar as a Young Man in Conflict – His Death, a Meaningless Tragedy #5SecReview

GOYO Portrays Del Pilar as a Young Man in Conflict – His Death, a Meaningless Tragedy #5SecReview

GOYO: ANG BATANG HENERAL is a visual feast and a wonderfully laid-out historical narrative anchored on the wisdom of Apolinario Mabini (Epy Quizon) and as recounted by key figures in the Filipino-American war like Gen. Jose Alejandrino (Alvin Anson), Gen.

Manila Makes History | All Set to Break The Longest TV-Marathon Viewing World Record

Manila Makes History | All Set to Break The Longest TV-Marathon Viewing World Record

MANILA will be hosting the very first History Con in Asia and an attempt to break the world record for the longest marathon TV watching! The current record was pegged at 94 hours! From August 25 to 28 at the

SININGSAYSAY | The Whole Philippine History in One Gallery

SININGSAYSAY | The Whole Philippine History in One Gallery

On the 5th Level of the newly-built extension of the Gateway Mall in Cubao, lies a hall for the arts that is currently housing 30 murals about the history of the Philippines made by some of the most prominent masters like Bencab,

Hildegarde Awards Cited TV5’s HISTORY for Outstanding Achievement in Broadcast Media

Hildegarde Awards Cited TV5’s HISTORY for Outstanding Achievement in Broadcast Media

TV5’s program History bagged the Outstanding Achievement in the Broadcast Media (Television) category in this year’s Hildegarde Awards, staged by St. Scholastica’s College (SSC) Manila’s Mass Communications Department. Now in its 8th year, Hildegarde Awards is consistent with SSC’s vision of building a gender-fair

The VIKINGS are Coming!

The VIKINGS are Coming!

If you’re a big HISTORY CHANNEL fan like I am, you might have noticed a battle axe slicing the TV screen and disrupting random commercial ads just to introduce an upcoming mini-series called VIKINGS. VIKINGS is HISTORY Channel’s most anticipated

ELI REIMER: First Teen with Down Syndrome to Conquer Mount Everest

ELI REIMER: First Teen with Down Syndrome to Conquer Mount Everest

Remember the name – ELI REIMER. In an inspiring 10 days, 17,000 feet and over 70 miles climb, this 15 year old boy from Oregon USA enters the history books as the youngest and also first person with Down Syndrome

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