136 No. 17, October 22, 1990|
On the Cover: Jazz music composer and trumpet master Wynton Learson Marsalis (“The New Jazz Age”)
Oktubre 22 sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas
Noong Oktubre 22, 1820, naglabas ang kataas-taasang hukuman sa Espanya – ang Cortes – ng batas na kumikilala sa kalayaan ng pamamahayag (press freedom) sa Pilipinas. Datapuwat hindi ito sinunod ng mga prayle at ng mga opisyal na Kastila sa Pilipinas.
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GLIMPSE FROM THE PAST
Military nurse Kathreen
G. Hock of Frackville, Pennsylvania, |
on the cover of vintage Newsweek (October 22, 1945).
Personalities and celebrities born on October 22:
1886 – Maria Evangelista Carpena, singer known as the “Nightingale of the Zarzuela” – in Santa Rosa, Laguna (d. March 8, 1915).
1944 – Voltaire Tuvera Gazmin, military officer and Secretary of National Defense – in Moncada, Tarlac.
1971 – Errol “Budoy” Marabiles, musician, songwriter and television host – in Samar.
1986 – Matt Evans (full name Matthew Nicolas Evans), American-Filipino actor, dancer and television host.
1987 – Jade Hanzel Lopez, actress and model – in Tanuan City, Batangas.
Do you know that when actress-singer Cher (real name Cheryl Sarkisian) was starting her career, she used the celebrity name Cherylyn La Pierre? On the advise, however, of his talent agent, the name was shortened to “Cher,” so that it could easily be remembered. Cher rose to fame as a singer and partner of the singing duo “Bono and Cher.” As an actress, she is not as renowned, although she won an Oscar and a Golden Globe Best Actress Award. This is for her portrayal as Loretta Castorini in the film Moonstruck (1987).
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