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Wet and Dry Market
Posted by The Administrator on February 7, 2010 Slideshow

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Reply willie
11:35 PM on February 27, 2010 
Who are your dates? The one who bought the peanut and cokes.
Reply nd
1:25 AM on February 18, 2010 
Will, that's where Lisa and I watched " To Sir with Love" It reminds me the song "From Both Sides Now"
Reply willie
11:45 PM on February 17, 2010 
US is memorable. That is where I watch "To Sir with Love and also the controversial ."Up the Downstair Case".
Reply willie
11:41 PM on February 17, 2010 
Paradise was my hang out every other Sunday afternoons when the movie showing changes, together with the sakadas and their families who arrive around 10am
by the truckloads. They watch the show over and over until their ride come to pick them up around 6pm.
Reply The Administrator
10:09 AM on February 15, 2010 
Labrador theater was razed down by a fire after showing the ominous film, "Roberta." It's not rebuilt. Instead Jollibee was put up in its site. Then the US theater was forced to close shop for business expansion in its place. The Edelco or Paradise theater which exists till now, but it doesn't have any movie to be shown. Instead it serves as a bodega or storage of merchandise.
Reply willie
11:46 PM on February 13, 2010 
Si Lando ang bana ni Cristine. Senior siya sa aton so most likely hindi ninyo matandaan.
Of the 3 sinihan, which one is the last one to close?
Reply gil
9:49 PM on February 12, 2010 
J o e m a r says...
Maagyan pakadto sa ila ni Christine Layson? Sin-o gali ang bana ni Christine, si Ruben or Ronie?

Indi ni maagyan pakado sa balay ni Christine pero lapit lang sa ila. Kun maatubang ka sa former US theater sa tuo ni nayon. Si Ronie ang bana ni Christine. Magulang pa ni Ruben.
Reply Gil
6:08 AM on February 8, 2010 
This place before was the filling gasoline station of New Uy Sian, where the father of Mercedita Sia, our schoolmate was working. Just across this place was the dilapidated US theater, where "bomba" movies were feasted by the "manyakis"