Archive 2011 – 2013: Articles of Dionesio C. Grava

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  1. Los Angeles: RASING FUNDS FOR DISASTER VICTIMS “
  2. USA: Filipino Community Events
  3. Filipino pioneer in California
  4. Events in Los Angeles
  5. HAGIT: In search of an honest public official in the Philippines
  6. HAGIT: Abysmal greed and dishonesty of some Philippine solons
  7. HAGIT: Greedy Filipino businessmen, gov’t regulators trifle with the lives of passengers
  8. HAGIT: Philippine SONA: Rosy portraits even as the inside is hurting
  9. HAGIT: OUR VERY CORRUPT LEGISLATORS.
  10. USA: SOME FILAM EVENTS
  11. USA: International Women’s Day: A loud protest against violence
  12. Sabah Issue: Sino ang Panalo, Sino ang Talo? Si PNOY o Ang mga Pinoy?
  13. USA: Filipinos everywhere celebrate Calungsod canonization
  14. USA: Rep. Erin Tanada: PHL better-off now on human rights
  15. USA: Charitable Groups Mobilize, Appeal for Donations for “Pablo” Typhoon Victims
  16. USA: Bonifacio Day – Recounting the heinous execution of a hero
  17. USA: FilAm militants hold mass action in support of veterans
  18. USA: A repository of FilAm heritage at Echo Park Library
  19. Congressman Mandanas: Former close ally now a critic of P-Noy
  20. USA: Upcoming Events
  21. Halloween and All Souls Day in the U.S.
  22. USA: Our heroic ‘Manongs’ largely forgotten
  23. USA: LA schools embark on anti-obesity, healthy food program
  24. USA: Batangas Rep. Mandanas in LA for OAV, dual citizenship talks
  25. USA: FilAms celebrate heritage
  26. USA : Some FilAm Events
  27. USA: Rizal monument reinforces ties with the homeland
  28. HAGIT: Patnubay Reacts to Cyber Crime Law
  29. USA: A sense of disrespect on a Philippine official at FACLA
  30. USA: The Gomez paradox endures
  31. USA: All that jazz!
  32. USA: Big waves by Pinay militants in Hollywood rally
  33. USA: Historic Filipinotown turns 10
  34. USA: A matter of character
  35. USA: Filipinos ready for sex talk, say
  36. USA: COTIFA pioneers business advocacy for homeland
  37. USA: ‘Outstanding’ awards provides a legacy of unbelievable gall
  38. USA: Young burn victims receive treatment in LA, thank benefactors
  39. USA: SOME EVENTS IN LOS ANGELES
  40. HAGIT USA: ABS-CBN signals a return to honesty, integrity and respectability in fund-raisings
  41. USA: Filipino music, culture blossom In historic show at Hollywood Bowl
  42. USA: Mixer starts countdown to trade expo, independence fete
  43. USA: Philippine American Friendship: A comradeship forged in trials and tribulations
  44. USA: A chat with Nonito Donaire, Jr. – 19th issue of PWD
  45. USA: A historic first Fil-Am performers to shine at Hollywood Bowl
  46. USA: FIL-AM AWARDS EXPOSE
  47. USA: Conversation with Pearlie Rose S. Baluyut
  48. Health Day in Los Angeles Pictorial
  49. USA: Remembering Equity Village
  50. USA: Memorial Day in San Diego
  51. Los Angeles Filipinos celebrate Independence Day 2012
  52. Climate change: Let the debate continue
  53. USA: Memorial Day – A reminder that freedom is worth living and dying for
  54. USA: Santacruzan, a yearly observance at LA cathedral
  55. USA: Report cites both gains and alarming incidents of child abuse
  56. USA: A close look at California’s election process
  57. USA: Gigantic event at LA Convention Center to spotlight one of our own
  58. USA: Celebrating the written, spoken word
  59. LA’s Fil-Am community braces for twin Independence Day fetes
  60. USA: Filipino WWII Veterans: Are we seeing the last few of them?
  61. 80 in LA among 100 Outstanding FilAms USA
  62. USA: ‘Kayamanan’ and Rondalla Club enthrall at Getty Center’s ‘Sounds of L.A.’
  63. Michael Martinez has Achieved International Caliber in Ice Skating despite Government’s lack of support
  64. USA: LA Derby Dolls: Super heroines of Historic Filipinotown
  65. USA: Winsome hopefuls vie for Ms. Philippines USA crown
  66. USA: Saluting women and women’s causes on International Women’s Day
  67. USA: A principled worker ditched by a corrupt officialdom – Duero
  68. USA: Another chance to recapture fame and glory – FACLA
  69. Philippine sports beyond Pacman
  70. USA: In the forefront of gay-lesbian pride
  71. USA: Dismissed directors of FACLA reinstated. Nyet!
  72. USA: Pinoy community opens heart and purse to victims of “Sendong”
  73. USA: Kaiser strike has a Filipino face
  74. HAGIT Hero Danilo Pacaña on a mission to slay Lucio Tan, a taipan dragon
  75. USA: Filipino talents, others mobilize to help Sendong victims

Dionesio Grava  lives in the Los Angeles Area with his wife and two daughters. He writes for local newspaper about continuous corruption in the Philippine government.

He currently writes for Pinoy Watch Dog, one of the Filipino-American community newspapers published in California.

He also advocates preservation of Bisayan languages and started the Mga Bisaya Group in early 2011.

He is an active supporter and volunteer for Patnubay Advocacy Group and contributes stories and articles  for the group’s website.

For more information about Dionesio Grava please visit this link http://patnubay.org/?p=3188

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