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Take a look back at Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin's visit with the royal family right here.
When the third installment of The Crown, the Netflix series about Queen Elizabeth's early reign, premieres later this year, it will include an episode centered around the Apollo 11 lunar landing.Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon during the summer of 1969, which ...
 
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It was created for one man in mind, its namesake, Alberto Santos-Dumont.
Bold and fearless—these are two characteristics commonly associated with the Santos de Cartier timepiece. This classic wristwatch by the luxury watchmaker honors the values that drive past and present gamechangers share today: energy, generosity, and a fierce desire to share with the ...
 
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The former first son died 20 years ago.
When John F. Kennedy Jr. tragically died in a plane crash alongside his wife Carolyn and her sister Lauren, he was one of the most recognizable people in America. His face was on the cover of magazines and he and Carolyn were regularly hounded by photographers, ...
 
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The royal looked stunning in her recycled outfit.
Ahead of her and her husband's expected trip to Balmoral Castle—a residence in the Scottish Highlands that the royals travel to at the end of the summer—Princess Eugenie stepped out for a surprise engagement. But even if her public appearance was unexpected, her outfit ...
 
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These inspiring high school graduates have aced their high school and are ready to take the next step towards a world-class education.
Interviews by Hannah Lazatin, Kit Singson, Marco Sumayao, Patti Sunio, and Alexa SyPhotographs by Joseph PascualProduced by Nicole Limos and Hannah Lazatin, assisted by Chelsa GloriaMakeup by Pam RobesHair by Nikko BruelShot on location at Pottery Barn, Central Square Mall, Bonifacio High ...
 
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No official word yet, but construction of a bridge nearby is raising eyebrows.
San Agustin Church in Intramuros has been standing for more than four centuries now—through the ravages of war and, well, urban development since 1587—to become not just the Philippines' oldest Roman Catholic Church and one of the most beautiful, but also one ...
 
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The collection is up for auction, and a private buyer could take it home for good.
Under the tutelage of legendary founder John H. Johnson, Ebony and Jet magazines were revolutionary. They published the image of Emmett Till's open casket that lit a fire under the civil rights movement, documented Martin Luther King Jr.'s funeral, and showcased cultural icons ranging from ...
 
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This week, the birds on the Thames were checked and counted.
Being the British monarch comes with more than a few perks. In addition to a vault of jewels, and getting to celebrate your birthday twice a year, Queen Elizabeth is the technical owner of all "unmarked mute swans swimming in open waters" in the ...
 
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On July 20 and 21, memorabilia from the Quezon Residence will go under the gavel in an online auction.
Mention New Manila and a genteel and refined image of the Philippines’ old rich immediately comes to mind. The area was once populated by the country's most affluent and influential who did not only run the Philippines’ major businesses but also the ...
 
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The journey of the Igorots who were put on display for the world to see.
The government had to find a way to convince the American people that they were doing a good thing with their colonization of the Philippines. Their justification? They needed to civilize the Filipino savages. It was an act of compassion on their ...
 
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The ill-fated emperor was fond of body art.
In the first episode of The Last Czars, a new docuseries about the end of the Romanov dynasty, there's a scene where the camera zeroes in on Nicholas II's arm, revealing a large tattoo.It's a quick shot, and almost leaves the viewer wondering if ...
 
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Before the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) was built, many flocked to the Manila Grand Opera House to seek classical entertainment.
The Manila Grand Opera House was the country’s most popular theater in the 1900s, built on the corner of Doroteo Jose Street and Avenida, formerly the metro’s center of entertainment. Also called ‘The Grand Opera House’, ‘Opera House’, or simply abbreviated as ...
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