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Biggest Filipino American book festival opens free to public in San Francisco

The Filipino American International Book Festival (FAIBF) is back for its 6th edition this October weekend, open for free to the public hosted by the San Francisco Public Library at 100 Larkin Street in San Francisco, California.

Team Philippines bags 266 medals, honors in U.S. Performing Arts Olympics

Team Philippines has bagged 266 medals and awards at the 25th Annual World Championships of Performing Arts (WCOPA), this year's Talent Olympics for performers and entertainers held in Anaheim, California, U.S.A.

LOOK: Filipino American community leaders honored in California monument

Filipino-American community leaders from the past and in the present are named in the new Fil-Am Friendship monument unveiled in Glendale, California.

LOOK: Historic Filipinotown Eastern Gateway now installed in Los Angeles

The Historic Filipinotown Eastern Gateway has been installed in Los Angeles to honor the contributions of the Filipino community ahead of the celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May.

Melissa Ramoso makes history as 1st Filipino female mayor of California’s City of Artesia

Filipino American community leader Melissa Ramoso has made history as the first Filipino female mayor of California's City of Artesia, one of Los Angeles County's Gateway Cities.

Filipino American Dr. Rick DeLeon awarded California’s Plessner for rural service

Filipino American Dr. Recto "Rick" DeLeon has been awarded the California Medical Association's (CMA) most prestigious honor, the Frederick K.M. Plessner Memorial Award for his service to the rural community of indigents.

Filipino student John Estrada wins International Science Fair in U.S.

Filipino sophomore student John Benedict Estrada from Fresno, California, U.S.A., has won the grand prize at the 2021 Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (Regeneron ISEF) for his computer program that can accurately predict drought stress in plants.

Filipino American artist H.E.R. dedicates 1st Oscar to Black and Filipino girls

Filipino-American artist H.E.R. has won her first Oscar for Best Original Song with “Fight For You” from the film “Judas and the Black Messiah” at the 93rd Academy Awards in Hollywood and dedicated her win to Black and Filipino girls.

Filipino musicians James Reid, Manila Grey spotted on Universal Studios billboard

Filipino actor-singer James Reid revealed to fans that his song with Filipino-Canadian group Manila Grey, "Backhouse Ballin'", has been featured in a digital billboard in Universal Studios in Los Angeles, California.

Letty Lopez-Viado is 1st Filipino-Mexican American mayor in West Covina, LA

Letty Lopez-Viado has been elected as the Mayor of West Covina City, Los Angeles (LA) County, California, the first-ever Councilwoman of Filipino-Mexican-American descent to hold the post.

Bea Cruz’s Filipiniana-inspired clothing bags top awards in San Diego Fashion Week

Filipino designer Bea Cruz has bagged two major awards at the international Fashion Week San Diego (FWSD) runway in California held virtually this year amid the Covid 19 pandemic.

1st California public school named after Fil-Am teacher Flora Arca Mata opens

The first California public school named after Filipino-American teacher Flora Arca Mata is now open.
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