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A Q&A with Tony Kushner on his ‘Angels in America,’ then and now

IN the late 1980s the young writer Tony Kushner began work on his second play: a theatrical epic about AIDS and homophobia, race and morality, religion and spirituality, Reaganism, love and abandonment, and much, much more.

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K Brosas has made it through many rains

I’VE always admired comedienne K Brosas. And with apologies to our idol Mariah Carey, this is the woman who made it through the rain. Literally. To say that her experience of the wrath of Typhoon Ondoy was harrowing would still seem like an understatement. The flood waters that rushed into her home reached all the way up to the attic, and she, her daughter Crystal and housemates waited in despair atop the roof for a number of days before they were rescued. She lost all her possessions—but she has bounced back from that experience.

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The world according to ‘Eat Bulaga’

IT is difficult to criticize a TV program that makes you laugh. The case of Eat Bulaga, seen six days a week at noon on GMA, is one such show. It thrives on risks. It rides on very daring, extremely absurd, and insanely ridiculous situations. It has been lambasted from all sectors for manipulating children and toying with all kinds of gender or sexual preferences. For some reasons, it has survived all this.

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