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Dear Editor:

I was fortunate enough to watch the fight of Manny Pacquiao against Antonio Margarito on television last Saturday night together with other Filipino friends in Florida.

We were born in Orions, after all

When the first elements, swirling, boiling, coalesced

Moons, planets, even suns can break, after all

Nov. 22, 2010

 

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Actors of "A Walk in the Park (Love: Filipino Style)." Standing, l.-r.: Flawrhence Jaymer Capili, Julian Alexander Nakar, Jose Mayo, Rosalinda Rupel, Anthony George Tality and Michael Joshua Jaca. Seated, l.-r.: Kristina Micu, Kristine Joy Vivar, Khrystine Capili and writer/director Tino Aquino Capili.

 

In cooperation with the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs and the City Free Public Library, the Pan American Concerned Citizen’s Action League, Inc. (PACCAL), Jersey City, N.J. is staging the play “A Walk in the Park (Love: Filipino Style)” on Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010 at 2 p.m., at the Five Corners Library Auditorium, 678 Newark Avenue, Jersey City.

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Students from Dr. Yanga Colleges Inc. in Bocaue, Bulacan show “Pnoy,” a tourist robot.  (Photo by Jonjon Vicencio)

BOCAUE, Bulacan — Pnoy, the three-foot robot assembled by high school students here, took center stage in the 7th World Robot Olympiad (WRO) and helped the all-Bulakenyo junior high school Philippine robotics team bag the gold medal at the conclusion of the two-day competition held in Pasay City last weekend.

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Angelito L. David, watercolorist, is shown receiving the John T. Tierney and Eileen Tierney Award from Ann Taylor, president of the New Jersey Watercolor Society (NJWCS), for his painting entitled “Simple Living,” during the opening reception of their exhibit on Oct. 17 held at The Ridgewood Art Institute in Ridgewood, N.J.
Standing beside Ann is Donna Roettger, 1st vice president of NJWCS.

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