Arts and Culture

Facebook challenges YouTube with licensed music videos

  SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) — Facebook on Friday added licensed music videos to the social network in the US, challenging YouTube for the attention of online audiences. Facebook said users will be able to “come together” around official music videos, …

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Hawaii’s largest museum reopens with new outdoor features while enforcing safety during COVID-19 pandemic

By Alfred Acenas EBC Hawaii Bureau HONOLULU (Eagle News) – Complying with the latest mandates by the State Government and the City-County of Honolulu, the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum reopened its doors on Friday, June 19, after being closed since …

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Gaithersburg outdoor garden library invites productivity along with some imagination

  GAITHERSBURG, MD (Ealge News) — This Gaithersburg community garden library, by the looks and feel of it, is suitable for meetings and plannings while the kids are busy playing in the playground. Cicero’s quote was adapted from a letter …

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#EBCphotography: Commemorating Independence Day with Philippine National Flower

    (Eagle News) — In honor of Philippine Independence Day, celebrated June12,  EBC spotlights the Philippine National Flower called Sampaguita (Jasminum Sambac).. Sampaguita is a species of jasmine that is native and cultivated across South East Asia. The flower …

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Hawaii’s annual Filipino Food Week goes online amid COVID-19 concerns

    By Alfred Acenas EBC Hawaii Bureau HONOLULU (Eagle News) – With the onset of the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the Philippine Consulate General Honolulu has decided to hold off the restaurant version of Filipino Food Week and …

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Events to tribute 75th anniversary of end of World War II postponed till September

  By Alfred Acenas EBC Hawaii Bureau PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (Eagle News) – The year 2020 marks the 75th Commemoration of the End of World War II. America’s involvement in this global conflict began with the December 7, 1941 attack …

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Remember the Alamo

  By Emilio Valerio EBC New York Bureau SAN ANTONIO (Eagle News) — The Alamo, a national park in San Antonio, Texas, is one of the most visited sites in the state. Now designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage …

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American Samoa tries to repeat history in the current fight against COVID-19

  By Alfred Acenas EBC Hawaii Bureau with reports from Arianne Torres,  EBC American Samoa Bureau HONOLULU, HAWAII (Eagle News) – As the Territory of American Samoa maintains a streak of zero deaths to the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) by …

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Philippine actor Richard Quan receives special recognition during EBC Films “Make it Reel” workshop

  By Alfred Acenas EBC Hawaii Bureau QUEZON CITY, Philippines (Eagle News) – Veteran Philippine actor Richard Quan made a surprise appearance on day 2 of the filmmaker workshop “Make it Reel” sponsored by EBC Films and held at the …

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New York honors veterans on 100th anniversary of Armistice Day

    By Emil Valerio EBC New York Bureau NEW YORK (Eagle News) — Monday, November 11, 2019 marks the 100th year anniversary of Armistice Day. “The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918.” — …

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The Mudd House is most visited historic site in Charles County

    By Chay Masagca EBC Washington D.C. Bureau WALDORF, MD (Eagle News) — A two-story  mid-19th century Victorian white farmhouse that sits in Waldorf seems like nothing out of the ordinary, yet it continues to draw visitors from all over to …

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How ‘Heidi’ conquered Japan, sparking an anime revolution

by Nathalie OLOF-ORS ZURICH, Switzerland (AFP) — Heidi and Super Mario may not seem to have much in common but anime and video game aficionados will detect the signature style of Japanese character designer Yoichi Kotabe in both. Far from …

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