Nothing is permanent in show biz. A Kapuso today can become a Kapamilya tomorrow then a Kapatid next month. It’s not always about the money or a question of loyalty.
The commemoration of comedy king Dolphy’s death anniversary last July 10 was solemn and simple. It was devoid of weeping and wailing. A feeling of peace pervaded. It almost felt
The night before the death anniversary of her longtime partner, Comedy King Dolphy, singer-actress Zsa Zsa Padilla couldn’t sleep. “Normally, I don’t lie down on his side of the bed,”
She was reluctant to reminisce about her time as an actress—and it was understandable. Those heady days in the limelight, once a pivotal part of Lotis Key’s life, now seem
As Pinoys prepare to commemorate the first death anniversary of King of Comedy Dolphy on July 10, I asked Epy Quizon about the family’s plans.
She’s been in the industry for over 30 years; Zsa Zsa Padilla feels she has nothing left to prove as a singer. She sees the scene constantly evolving, and what
Zsa Zsa Padilla, asked if she could fall in love again: “I’m still in mourning. For now [the idea] is really kadiri. Parang ewww! May gano’n na! Maybe it’s age,
Comedy King Dolphy’s statue was unveiled on April 16, which is also the birthday of Dolphy Jr. Present at the event were his proud children—Sally, Eric, Epy, Ronnie, Vandolph,
Controversy Season 2013 has officially begun in local show biz. Just when netizens were still shaking off the holiday hangover, Sunshine Cruz’s intriguing posts on Twitter and Instagram caused quite
Six months after the passing of Comedy King Dolphy, her longtime partner, Zsa Zsa Padilla, is still in mourning.
Glenn Katada, student: “If boxer Nonito Donaire is thinking of another career, he can always pursue singing. I watched him sing live on TV, and he more than passed muster.
Puppeeteer Wanlu, above, commissioned famous US-based craftsman Scott Land to make this Dolphy marionette. “It took months of planning and brainstorming,” Wanlu said. The special marionette was unveiled at the
I immensely enjoyed bonding with the Quizon brood at the birthday dinner of Ronnie at Sogbu (12th Avenue cor Col. Bonny Serrano, Quezon City)—the homey resto of his brother Eric.
What makes one production hit it big, and another show bites the dust of ignominy—with great alacrity? A producer once intimated to us that the difference between a hit and