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The World Mourns as Legendary Marvel Comics’ Creator Stan Lee Dies at 95

The World Mourns as Legendary Marvel Comics’ Creator Stan Lee Dies at 95

By Sputnik News THE world-famous writer and publisher was responsible for such iconic characters as Spider-Man, X-Men, Thor, Iron Man, Black Panther and The Fantastic Four. TMZ reported, citing Stan Lee’s daughter, that the legendary co-creator of Marvel Comics has died at the age of 95. The cause of his death has not yet been reported, while TMZ said that “an ambulance rushed to Lee’s […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Cartoons, Events, News
Luke Who’s Talking #114*

Luke Who’s Talking #114*

“Lalong tataas ang presyo ng mga bilihin sa Baguio dahil bawal na ang magmura …”                 *The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines. BD Admin: You think your friends gonna like this piece? If you do, kindly share it. Thanks.

by Luke Coloco· · 0 comments · Grains of Salt
Celebrate your X-mas with us at WBF

A Retro-tastic Christmas awaits at WBF 2018

Beyond Deadlines is a media partner of this event. NOW on its 18th edition, the World Bazaar Festival (WBF), the country’s longest running annual charity bazaar is back to elevate our holiday experience like never before. That is, by inviting everyone to travel back in time to experience the simple joys and unfiltered pleasures of yuletide pasts through a “Boogie […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Business
Ampalaya Monologues to Restage Bitt3rd Anniversary Show

Ampalaya Monologues to Restage Bitt3rd Anniversary Show

AFTER the success of its anniversary show last October 27th, Ampalaya Monologues is going to restage its newest collection dubbed as “Bitt3rd.” The Ampalaya Monologues’ Bitt3rd collection is about the two kinds of people; those who drink and those who cause the urge to drink. It asks, “Which one will you be?” As the night unfolds, interconnected stories of those […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Entertainment
Alaina Housley. Photo by Napa Valley Register

Fil-Am community still in shock over last Wednesday’s mass shooting

By Abner Galino THE Filipino community in Los Angles is still in shock over last Wednesday’s mass shooting in a bar in Thousand Oaks where a Fil-American college novice was among those who died. In a phone interview, Philippine Consulate General in Los Angeles, Adel S. Cruz, expressed sadness over the death of Alaina Housley, 18, a resident of Napa […]

by Abner Galino· · 0 comments · Diaspora, News
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QC increases teachers’ rice allowance

QUEZON City Mayor Herbert M. Bautista has recently approved an ordinance increasing the rice allowance of public school personnel from PhP1,500.00 to PhP2,000.00 in recognition of their valuable services to society. City Ordinance 2754-2018, introduced by Councilor Julienne Alyson Rae V. Medalla, amends City Ordinance 2312-2014 that grants a PhP1,500.00 rice allowance per quarter for teaching and non-teaching personnel of […]

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What does our faith look like?

What does our faith look like?

WHAT does faith look like? How does faith connect to power and wealth? What part do I play as we seek to trust in God? These are some of the questions that are evoked by the Lectionary readings for this week. They challenge our alliances, our use of our resources, our care for the most vulnerable in our world, and […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Word from the East
War Scenario in the Middle East and Beyond: Part II*

War Scenario in the Middle East and Beyond: Part II*

ATTACK Iran to Open the Gate to the Eurasian Heartland A regime change or outright military invasion and occupation of Iran by the US and its Middle Eastern allies Israel, Saudi Arabia and other minor Arab countries will open the gate for US control of the Eurasian “Heartland”; the key to world domination according to Sir Halford Mackinder, considered the […]

by Victor Corpus, M.P.A.· · 0 comments · Opinions
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Adolescent mental health

Key facts One in six people are aged 10–19 years. Mental health conditions account for 16% of the global burden of disease and injury in people aged 10–19 years. Half of all mental health conditions start by 14 years of age but most cases are undetected and untreated. Globally, depression is one of the leading causes of illness and disability […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Feature Story, Health
Malaysians eyeing more investments in MIndanao

Malaysians eyeing more investments in MIndanao

By Geneia Verdejo DAVAO City – The Malaysians were exploring talks with local business groups for investments and business partnerships in Mindanao. This was learned after the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE), the national trade promotion agency of Malaysia, revealed that it has successfully concluded an exploratory mission to Davao, Mindanao from November 7 to 9. MATRADE Trade Commissioner […]

by Geneia Verdejo· · 0 comments · Business, News
NDFP condemns arrests of Vicente Ladlad and other peace consultants. Photo by redspark.nu

Mataas ni pinuno ng kilusang komunista arestado sa QC

Ni Santiago Celario DINAKIP ng pinagsanib na puwersa ng Philippine National Police at Armed Forces of the Philippines ang isang mataas na opisyal ng Communist Party of the Philippines at dalawa nitong kasama makaraang mahulihan ng matataas na kalibre ng baril sa isang bahay sa Quezon City nitong madaling araw ng Huwebes. Sa ulat ni Quezon City Police District (QCPD) […]

by Santiago Celario· · 0 comments · News
Lou Leon Guerrero, Guam's newly elected governor

Guam elects first female governor; Democratic Party back in Adelup

By Mar-Vic Cagurangan BANK executive Lou Leon Guerrero became Guam’s first female governor following Tuesday’s hotly contested race — preceded by mudslinging— that brought a Democrat back to Adelup. Based on the Guam Election Commission’s unofficial results, Leon Guerrero and her running mate Joshua Tenorio garnered 18,081 votes, or 50.70 percent of the votes cast, averting a runoff that was […]

by Mar-Vic Cagurangan· · 0 comments · News
Militarization*

Militarization*

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte admitted to the public recently that there is a militarization of government under his administration, which has been quite apparent in his choice of appointing retired military officials to posts unrelated to national security. Just lately, due to the controversy of the P11 billion worth of drugs that managed to slip into the country, he changed the […]

by Robert Roque Jr.· · 0 comments · Opinions
Filipino church vies for federal  historic monument status

Filipino church vies for federal historic monument status

By Abner Galino A RETIRED Philippine ambassador and career diplomat recently led a group of Filipino Americans in lobbying for the elevation of the Filipino Disciples Christian Church to the status of “historic cultural monument” at the US federal level. Rodolfo Dumapias joined a group of Filipino Americans at the Los Angeles City Hall last October 26 in a hearing […]

by Abner Galino· · 0 comments · Diaspora, News
QC one of the best governed city in the country this year — DILG

QC one of the best governed city in the country this year — DILG

QUEZON City Mayor Herbert Bautista receives the Seal of Good Local Governance award from Department of Interior and Local Government Undersecretary for Operation Epimaco Densing III during an awarding ceremony early this month at the Manila Hotel. The DILG conducts a yearly national validation of local government units on integrity and good performance through continuing governance reform and sustained local […]

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Unclaimed airport terminal fees to be kept until refunded to its owners — MIAA

Unclaimed airport terminal fees to be kept until refunded to its owners — MIAA

By Benjamin Lim Vergara THE unclaimed airport terminal fees of overseas Filipino workers will be remain in a trust fund and refunded to its owners once claimed. Thus pledged Manila International Airport (MIAA) General Manager Ed Monreal on Wednesday after Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello said anew that the money should be refunded to their rightful owners. “The amount is kept […]

by Benjie Vergara· · 0 comments · Business, News
Sammy Martin. Photo from Facebook.

Sammy Martin writes 30

VETERAN broadcast and print journalist Sammy Martin on Wednesday died in his home in Valenzuela City due to a lingering illness. He was 62. Martin worked for People’s Journal, ABS-CBN, Manila Times and most recently Philippine News Agency, and covered almost all major beats, from the police to Malacañang. His wake will be at Funeraria Paz, Araneta Ave. in Quezon […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Obituary
Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino President Leody de Guzman in one of the many rallies where he spoke. Image © https://www.rappler.com

Who benefits from the lack of a law on premature campaigning?*

A FEW days ago, the Commission on Elections solicited the support of netizens, who were asked to post images of premature campaigning, particularly the posting of electoral paraphernalia in public cemeteries as the Filipino people remember their dead last All Saints’ and All Souls’ Day. This appeal by the Comelec spokesperson seeks to ostracize these over-eager candidates in the absence […]

by Admin· · 1 comment · Opinions
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Houseboy na pumatay sa kanyang amo…huli sa QC

Ni Santiago Celario DINAKIP ng pulisya nitong araw ng Linggo sa Quezon City ang isang houseboy na umano ay pumatay sa kanyang amo ng sampung taon. Sinabi ni Quezon City Police District (QCPD) Director Police Chief Superintendent Joselito T Esquivel Jr. na inaresto si Donato “Bong” Dollente matapos nitong aminin na siya ang pumatay sa 55 taong gulang na si […]

by Santiago Celario· · 0 comments · News
QC Council supports healthcare for all

QC Council supports healthcare for all

THE Quezon City Council approved a resolution expressing support to Senate Bill No. 1458 or the Universal Healthcare for all Filipinos Act. City Resolution SP 7605-2018, introduced by Councilor Marivic Co-Pilar, states that the proposed measure makes it possible for every Filipino to enjoy the benefits of a universal health care where preventive, curative, and rehabilitative health services are guaranteed […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Health, News
‘Reyna ng Pergalan’*

‘Reyna ng Pergalan’*

NGAYONG mahigit isang buwan na lang at Pasko na naman ay muling namamayagpag ang maliliit na karnabal na mas kilala sa tawag na perya. Legal ang operasyon ng perya kapag nakakuha ng permit para mag-operate at nakapagbayad ng kaukulang amusement tax sa gobyerno. Nagiging ilegal lamang ang takbo ng perya kapag pinasukan ng mga bawal na sugal na tulad ng […]

by Robert Roque Jr.· · 0 comments · Opinions
Building Safety Must-Haves Available At WOSAS 2018

Building Safety Must-Haves Available At WOSAS 2018

Beyond Deadlines is a media partner of this event. DUE to overwhelming public demand, WOSAS (World of Safety and Security) and WOCEE (World of Consumer Electronics Exposition) are back again this year to provide the consumers the latest and most cutting-edge technology in the safety and security industry. The importance of safety in the workplace has been a trending topic […]

by Admin· · 0 comments · Business
Luke Who’s Talking #113*

Luke Who’s Talking #113*

“Pansamantala lang naman pala uupo ang mga militar sa Customs bakit hindi na lang mga ARTISTA ang i-puwesto in an ACTING capacity para mag enjoy pa mga tao?”                 *The opinion of this author is his/hers alone. It is not necessarily the views of Beyond Deadlines. BD Admin: You think your friends gonna […]

by Luke Coloco· · 0 comments · Grains of Salt
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ICTSI Ecuador unit lauds Guayaquil Port dredging

By Geneia Verdejo INTERNATIONAL Container Terminal Services, Inc.’s Ecuadorian subsidiary, Contecon Guayaquil SA, has lauded the decision of Guayaquil government to dredge and maintain the channel leading to the Port of Guayaquil in that South American country. The Technical Commission of the Municipality of Guayaquil awarded a 25-year concession to the Luxembourg-based Jan De Nul Group last October 5, to […]

by Geneia Verdejo· · 0 comments · Business
Benilde films compete at 6th Salamindanaw Asian Film Fest

Benilde films compete at 6th Salamindanaw Asian Film Fest

By Seymour Barros Sanchez TWO award-winning capstone projects from the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde School of Design and Arts will vie in the Philippine shorts competition of the sixth Salamindanaw Asian Film Festival this month in General Santos City, South Cotabato. Christian Rae Villanueva’s “Ang Mga Turo ng Gabi” (The Lessons of the Night) and Belle Kay Loyola’s […]

by Seymour Barros Sanchez· · 0 comments · Entertainment