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Did you know: Apolinario Mabini’s 150th birth anniversary

Today, July 23, is the 150th birth anniversary of hero and patriot Apolinario Mabini. Born in 1864, he is known as the “Brains of the Revolution” and “Sublime Paralytic.” Mabini was a member of La Liga Filipina and a trusted adviser of Emilio Aguinaldo. He died of cholera on May 13, 1903, at the age of 38.–Marielle Medina, Inquirer Research

Posted: July 23rd, 2014 in Headlines,Metro | Read More »

Mabini still sounds painfully familiar

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REDUCED BY HISTORY The simplistic accolades “Sublime Paralytic” and “Brains of the Revolution” do not do justice to his life and legacy.

Apolinario Mabini (1864-1903) has been reduced by textbook history into two simplistic titles: “Sublime Paralytic” and “Brains of the Revolution.”

Posted: July 23rd, 2014 in Editors' Picks,Headlines,Nation | Read More »

Intramuros cocheros: Hooves, history and hope for a fare hike

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A TOUR around the Spanish-era enclave is not complete without taking the “kalesa.” ARNOLD ALMACEN

Two vans full of Japanese tourists stopped at the steps of the Manila Cathedral. Within seconds, at least five coachmen, who were earlier looking for customers to take on leisurely rides at nearby Plaza de Roma, approached the new arrivals—only to be politely turned down.

Posted: July 20th, 2014 in Headlines,Metro | Read More »

Did you know: Gil Montilla

Gil Montilla, the first National Assembly speaker, died on July 20, 1946. Born on Sept. 11, 1876, he served as National Assembly speaker from 1935 to 1938. He also served as president of the Nacionalista Party.–Marielle Medina, Inquirer Research

Posted: July 18th, 2014 in Headlines,Metro | Read More »

Dr. Pio Valenzuela’s home needs saving in city named in his honor

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Dr. Pio Valenzuela has a place of honor at the city museum

The city that bears his name commemorates his 145th birth anniversary Friday, but the house of Dr. Pio Valenzuela remains in a state of neglect. Yes, it is still standing, but it looks far from being a historic shrine that the Valenzuela City government hopes it to be.

Posted: July 11th, 2014 in Headlines,Latest News Stories,Metro,Metro | Read More »

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