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Skate parks expected in Cainta and Cebu after skateboarding gold in...

Fans of streets sports in the Philippines are excited about plans to build a skate park in Cainta, Rizal. Cainta City Mayor Kit Nieto posted...

Killing of DOTA player Joshua Laxamana in ‘police shootout’ sparks outcry

Human rights groups and advocates are crying out against the fatal shooting of 17-year old Joshua Laxamana, who was shot during an alleged shootout...

Fans of hit cartoon series ‘Adventure Time’ bid farewell after series...

Cartoon fans and kids at heart are bidding farewell to Cartoon Network series' Adventure Time, which won acclaim for its groundbreaking animation, intricate world-building...

Gone too soon: Table tennis heroine Ian Lariba succumbs to leukemia...

The Philippines' sports community woke up to news of the passing of Olympic table tennis player Ian Lariba, whose masterful career inspired athletes to...

Margielyn Didal’s gold medal is a wakeup call to recognize skateboarding...

Skateboarder Margielyn Didal's gold medal in the 2018 Asian Games has given the overlooked sport of skateboarding some much-deserved attention. The 19-year old Didal scored...

Not my tempo: Students, sports fans beat up UAAP’s new drum...

Fans of the member schools of the University Athletics Association of the Philippines are rallying against a new league rule cutting down the number...
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The TNT boys story: From individual singers to perfect ‘Bang Bang’...

The Tawag ng Tanghalan boys’ rendition of the pop song “Bang Bang” earned praises online for being a near-perfect rendition of the performance by...

Children’s rights group: ‘Virgin Marie’ film mocks efforts to protect children...

Children's rights group Save the Children Philippines has spoken out about the short film "Virgin Marie" saying it is not in the best interests of...

Why former SEA games gold medal cyclist Marella Salamat chose school...

Former SEA Games cycling gold medalist Marella Salamat has already announced that she is not joining the 18th Asian Games Media outfits initially reported over...

Why students’ bags were burned in Bicol school and what laws,...

A private educational institution in Bicol is under fire for burning students' possessions because they violated a "no-bag" policy implemented during an event. The school...