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Filipino-American TV host Jannelle So is offering Facebook Live webinars with lifestyle tips on coping with the new normal.
Meet "Elijvh", also known as Elijah Daniel Perkins, a Filipino-American artist who is bringing Pinoy culture-inspired hip-hop music to the world.
The Los Angeles City Council has voted to reappoint Filipino-Americans Jessica Caloza and Susana Reyes to continue their posts as commissioners in public boards for 5-year terms.
Darren Criss is once again championing his Filipino heritage in his new role on the Netflix drama series, "Hollywood", that premiered in May 2020.
HAPPENING: Ryan Ang’s Gatorade Bottle Challenge for basketball athletes raises funds for healthcare professionals...
Fil-Am teen basketball trainer Ryan Ang has added the Gatorade Bottle Challenge to his free online training for athletes to help raise funds for COVID-19 relief.
Filipino-American singer Francisco Martin's emotional performance of "Falling" roused the live audience and even made a judge jump for joy, earning him a spot in the Top 20 of American Idol.
American Idol judges tagged Filipino-American talent Francisco Martin of San Francisco as a winner during his audition.
Parliament House publishes Jason Tanamor’s “Vampires of Portlandia”, 1st novel with Filipino characters
Jason Tanamor releases his first novel with Filipino characters. A new novel from Jason Tanamor that features Filipino characters is among Parliament House's new book acquisitions for 2020.
Teen gymnast Jessica Rayne Tijam started the year 2020 with a bang as she nabbed four silvers from two international rhythmic gymnastics competitions in the United States - and she is poised to soar even higher.
Filipino-American teenager Jaredval Lopez Caguiat set a new weightlifting squats High School record in the state of Alaska.
A new elementary school in Stockton City will be named the Flora Arca Mata School to honor the first person of color and first Filipino-American teacher to serve in the Stockton Unified School District...
Eleven-year-old Filipino-American Charlotte Nebres has made history as the first black "Marie" in New York City Ballet's holiday staging of "The Nutcracker". The casting of Nebres, whose father hails from the Philippines, in the lead...