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"Hindi totoo iyong comedy = time + tragedy. Comedy is never pain."
 
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"I don’t think anyone can duplicate the life that I went through."
 
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Wisdom and damn good advice from one of the country’s legends of rock-n-roll.
 
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"My advice for all prospective chefs: Eat everywhere, try everything."
 
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With her adult film years behind her, Sasha Grey talks about growing up Catholic, coming into her own at a very young age, and pursuing new passions: acting, writing, and music.
 
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Motoring journalist James Deakin talks to us about cars, causes, and Coke Zero.
 
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"I still have faith in cinema."
 
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"Hecklers and haters became a part of your life when you realize you’re actually doing something worth doing. I’m coming into this with risks, I know that and it’s not going to end up unanimously positive." Plus a few more revelations from Carlos Celdran.
 
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71, singer-songwriter, businessman, and face of Christmas
 
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In Baguio, the National artist Ben Cabrera shares with us the benefits of being a painter, a bonsai enthusiast and a tai-chi practitioner.
 
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“The first time I ran I felt insecure.” No longer a rookie, Frank Drilon imparts lessons from years on the campaign trail.
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