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This Week’s Festivals: June 10-16, 2018

June 10 to 12   Kalayaan Festival   The culmination of the celebration of the Philippine Independence Day in Cavite province, dubbed as the "Historical Capital of the Philippines." Started in 2005, the festivities include a float parade, street dancing, trade fair and beauty pageant.   June 12 to 13   Agdahanay Festival   The town of Cuartero in Capiz province celebrates its 146th town fiesta in honor of its patron saint, San Antonio de Padua. The Capiznon word "Agdahanay" means inviting and accommodating others. Events include cultural activities and street dancing.   June 12 to 20   Araw ng Cotabato   ...Keep on reading: This Week’s Festivals: June 10-16, 2018.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 9th, 2018

[OPINION] Araw ng Pinatay 2017

I live near the Manila South Cemetery. During All Saints’ Day, it’s a literal fiesta in our place.  Every November 1, out come the buntings and loud music. The sidewalks outside and inside the cemetery become a street hawker’s paradise. Nowadays it’s not only flowers, candles, and street food. They also ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 2nd, 2017

Oroquieta holds Inug-og 32nd Festival 2018

OROQUIETA CITY, Misamis Occidental, Oct. 11 (PIA)--As part of Oroquieta's fiesta celebration, the city government spearheaded the 32nd Inug-og Festival Street Dancing and Ritual Competition at Holy.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsNov 2nd, 2018

Oroquieta holds Inug-og 32nd Festival 2018

OROQUIETA CITY, Misamis Occidental, Oct. 11 (PIA)--As part of Oroquieta's fiesta celebration, the city government spearheaded the 32nd Inug-og Festival Street Dancing and Ritual Competition at Holy.....»»

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4 na magkakapatid na senior citizen, patay sa sunog sa Camiguin

CAMIGUIN – Patay ang 4 na magkakapatid na senior citizens matapos masunog ang kanilang bahay sa Barangay Poblacion, Mahinog, Camiguin Miyerkoles ng madaling-araw. Source link link: 4 na magkakapatid na senior citizen, patay sa sunog sa Camiguin.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsOct 5th, 2018
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Insane luxury experience at the Raffles Manila 😱 – Manila Video

Our last night in Manila together with Trina & Pierre spent in a beautiful restaurant atop the stunning Raffles Hotel Manila. This time we got to have a luxury fine dining experience in contrast to the amazing filipino food and the filipino street we have been eating over the past few weeks. Trina & Pierre’s… link: Insane luxury experience at the Raffles Manila 😱 – Manila Video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsSep 8th, 2018

Empleyado ng prov’l government ng Romblon huli sa marijuana

ARESTADO ang isang empleyado ng Romblon provincial go­vernment matapos mahulihan ng aabot sa halos isang kilo ng mga pinatuyong dahon ng marijuana sa kanyang bahay noong Huwebes ng madaling-araw sa Romblon, Romblon. Kinilala ang suspek na si Bryan Neil Lim, 40-anyos, residente ng Quezon St., Brgy. 3, Poblacion, Romblon, Romblon. Sa bisa ng isang search warrant na nilabas ng… link: Empleyado ng prov’l government ng Romblon huli sa marijuana.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsAug 31st, 2018

Another cop killed in motorcycle mishap

A ROOKIE police officer died after his motorcycle crashed into a street-side railing in Panitan, Capiz, Iloilo at around 8:30 p.m. of August 25, 2018. Police Officer (PO)-1 Amorlin Baruela, 33, of Barangay Poblacion Ilaya, Maayon, was driving his Kawasaki Rouser motorcycle to Roxas City when the mishap happened in front of Panitan Public Market. […] The post Another cop killed in motorcycle mishap appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsAug 26th, 2018

Cheap Eats Manila: Xing Oriental Bistro Chinese Restaurant Wilson Street San Juan – Manila Video

Cheap Eats Manila: Xing Oriental Bistro Chinese Restaurant Wilson Street San Juan. Xing Oriental Bistro is a casual dining Chinese restaurant opened on October 2017 along Wilson Street in San Juan across from Alex III and offers a fusion of regional Chinese cuisine with an events and party venue on the 2nd floor. This restaurant… link: Cheap Eats Manila: Xing Oriental Bistro Chinese Restaurant Wilson Street San Juan – Manila Video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsAug 24th, 2018
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1 bedroom Condominium For Sale in Taguig City for 6,000,000 – Web reference 112893115 – Property for sale Philippines : Property24

1 Bedroom Condo for Sale in Uptown Parksuites BGC Near Uptown Mall, Grand Hyatt Hotel, St Luke’s BGC & International Aiport Preselling 2020, No Downpayment Php15,000/Month at 0% Interest Exact Address: Uptown Bonifacio 36th Street corner 9th Avenue BGC, Fort Bonifacio Taguig Accessible thru C5, Kalayaan Road, Upper Mckinley and Lawton Avenue Uptown Parksuites is… link: 1 bedroom Condominium For Sale in Taguig City for 6,000,000 – Web reference 112893115 – Property for sale Philippines : Property24.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJul 30th, 2018
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Rape suspect nabbed

ROXAS City, Capiz – A 73-year-old retired government employee was arrested by the police morning of July 15, 2018 at Revolution Street, Brgy. Poblacion Tabuc, in Mambusao, Capiz. The Mambusao police led by SPO4 Isidro Garbosa collared arrested Felecito Potato who is facing a rape charge in Criminal Case No. C-18-1890-03 The court did not […] The post Rape suspect nabbed appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsJul 18th, 2018

Residents of flooded Marilao, Bulacan seek help in evacuation

Residents of Barangay Poblacion II of Marilao, Bulacan have sought help in evacuating as flood waters are slowly creeping toward their houses.   Residents of the barangay posted on social media photos showing San Miguel Street, where the St. Michael Church and the old municipal hall are located, deep in flood waters.   Netizen Ina Villarica wrote, "Kailangan ng help ng town namin. May subdivision sa Poblacion II na laging baha because of high tide, so yung cause ng baha ngayon saamin is yung high tide and nag overflow na yung (Marilao) river." "Doon sa ibang part ng Marilao nakapasok na ang baha sa bahay. Third day na ng baha ito," she added.  ...Keep on reading: Residents of flooded Marilao, Bulacan seek help in evacuation.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 17th, 2018

It s a dream come true -- Kapamilya actor Xian Lim on MPBL debut

Kapamilya actor Xian Lim flexed his muscles and showed off his sculpted biceps after scoring over two defenders early in the fourth quarter. Lim’s Mandaluyong squad was already ahead by a mile when he scored the last of his six points but his basket was enough to energize the crowd inside the Blue Eagle gym at the Ateneo de Manila University campus going as the El Tigre ripped apart the Pasig Pirates, 98-55, in the 2018 MPBL Datu Cup Thursday night. The hunky heartthrob cherished his debut for Mandaluyong where he played alongside hardcourt stars Ray Parks and Prince Rivero, calling it a ‘dream come true’ as it brought back his interest to play competitive basketball – the very reason why he decided to come back to the Philippines. “It’s a dream come true para sa akin,” said the 6-foot-1 Lim. “Ito ang dahilan kung bakit ako pumunta from the States to the Philippines, to play basketball for UE along with  (JR) Alabanza kaya nakakatuwa na nag-reconnect kami.” Lim was a part of University of the East’s Team B a few years back but never made it into the school’s main team in the UAAP as he shifted his career into showbiz. Basketball runs in the veins of Xian, whose father Godofredo Lim Uy played for UE in the 80’s, and he’s thankful for the opportunity.      “Napakagandang opportunity ng MPBL especially for everyone, all the Filipinos who want to play basketball to be given a chance,” he said. “Siyempre mahirap (ang level of play). Nirerespeto ko ang mga ‘to eh, napapanood ko lang ang mga ito sa TV pero sabi nga ni coach Mac (Cuan) we have to respect the game, we have to respect all the players and we have to hustle hard,” Lim added. Lim scored his first point in the first half from a split in the free throw line. Fielded back in late in third quarter, Lim uncorked a booming top of the key three-pointer over an outstretched arm of a Pasig defender. He followed it up with strong drive at the hoop off an offensive rebound, twisting in the air and finding a crease to slice through defense of Pasig’s Martin Gozum and Kojack Melegrito at the fourth. Lim celebrated his basket with some swag, much to the delight of the screaming fans. Lim logged in 15 minutes of action, pulling down six rebounds and swatting away a shot.            “Unti-unti na po (nakokondisyon). Araw-araw nagpa-practice, napapagalitan nga lagi ni coach Mac pero to become a better player naman po,” he said. Lim also liked that his basketball career made him learn the importance of discipline in time management both in hoops and in showbiz. “Sa pelikula naman po nagagawan naman ng paraan. Nagiging flexible naman sila sa schedule,” he said. “Sobra (ang nagiging disiplina ko sa schedule) dahil iba po ang disiplina ng player. Kapag sinabing seven o’clock ang practice hindi pwedeng nine o’clock dumating. It’s a whole other discipline po sa basketball.” Lim is now looking forward to Mandaluyong’s game against Marikina – a squad that parades another Kapamilya actor Gerald Anderson. “Pinag-uusapan namin yun noong isang araw ang sabi ko, ‘Bro kailan tayo maglalaro? Wala pa tayong schedule,’” said Lim. “Pero parehong kaming nangangamba kasi all the other players we’re playing with napakagaling and siyempre for me and Gerald to get playing time, si Gerald naman he’s a really good basketball player. Pero for me and him to get playing time, nilalakasan na lang po namin ang dasal namin kay Lord.”     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 5th, 2018

COMMENTARY: ‘Costumes of Kasadyaan are alienated from reality’

By Jess De Paz The PINTADOS-KASADYAAN Street Dancing just passed by. I watched to observe not only because I want to feel the festive atmosphere in line with the Fiesta celebration but also to look into the relevance of the festival as of the moment. Here are some observations from a once participant in both… link: COMMENTARY: ‘Costumes of Kasadyaan are alienated from reality’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 27th, 2018

Hot Stuff: Manila s Newest Hotspot Poblacion, Makati Pulls Of An Epic Independence Day Party!

The first RePOBLACION Ng Pilipinas happened on the eve of Araw Ng Kalayaan—and we were there to witness it!.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

Playoff disappointments make Cup parade sweeter for Capitals

By Stephen Whyno, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Nine early playoff exits paved the way for the Capitals' unexpected Stanley Cup run and made the trip down Constitution Avenue all the more satisfying to the NHL champions and their fans. Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom rode the final bus down the mile-long parade route, lifting the Cup to roaring cheers and waving to seas of red in the crowd. Five days after capturing the franchise's first title and the first of any kind by a Washington team in the major four professional sports since 1992, this was their day to soak in winning following so much disappointment. "Because we waited so long, I think it feels even better," Backstrom said. Hundreds of thousands of fans lined Constitution and filled the National Mall on Tuesday to celebrate a long journey fulfilled. One fan held up a sign reading, "Worth the Wait," but before the end of the rally, T.J. Oshie already had the crowd thinking about next season. "There's been a lot of chants," Oshie said. "There's been, "Let's Go Caps," there's been, "We Want the Cup." We've heard in the streets, "We've got the Cup." We've got a new one for you today — "Back-to-back." The serious work of getting geared up for the 2018-19 season begins in the coming days and weeks with decisions on coach Barry Trotz, defenseman John Carlson and other free agents. But for players such as Ovechkin and Backstrom who have been through eliminations at the hands of the Penguins, Rangers, Lightning, Canadiens and Flyers dating to 2008, the partying leading up to the parade isn't close to ending. "It just started," Backstrom said. Much like the Capitals did over the weekend by taking the Cup to local bars and restaurants, the parade was a chance to celebrate with a fan base that had to endure 42 seasons without a Cup. Fans congregated on the National Mall hours before the parade began, filled the steps of the National Archives and lined up 20 deep in some areas to catch a glimpse of players riding more than three dozen buses from 23rd Street to 7th. "Look at this — look at the people that's here" Ovechkin said. "We thought it was going to be crazy, but it's basically nuts. You guys are killing it." Ovechkin, Backstrom, veteran Brooks Orpik, owner Ted Leonsis and team president Dick Patrick took up the most prominent place in the parade on the last bus with the Stanley Cup. Chants of "Ovi! Ovi!" alternated with pleas of "Raise the Cup!" which Ovechkin, Backstrom and Orpik did off and on while sipping from beer bottles. Trotz threw beads from his double-decker bus, but the pending free agent coach saved potentially his most meaningful impact of the day for his speech at the rally. "I know our years of adversity has sort of came to an end," Trotz said. "We did this together and it feels so special. Love this, love the community. We're going to do it again." There's no certainty about Trotz unless he signs a new contract, but the Capitals should have much of their core intact as they try to complete the difficult task of repeating. Before rival Pittsburgh went back-to-back in 2016 and 2017, no team had done it since Detroit in 1997 and 1998. Of course, that didn't stop players from bringing it up to the delight of the crowd that stretched down the Mall almost to the Washington Monument. "I couldn't see the end of people from the stage," winger Tom Wilson said. "It's unbelievable to give back the least we could and just celebrate with them." Beyond the scripted — two high school marching bands, an F-16 flyover, Budweiser Clydesdales and past greats such as Olie Kolzig and Peter Bondra — backup goaltender Philipp Grubauer sprinted around with the D.C. flag, Oshie chugged a beer through his jersey and Ovechkin and fellow Russian Evgeny Kuznetsov dropped F-bombs on stage. Trotz invoked Martin Luther King Jr. by saying, "We had a dream, and we did it." Leonsis quoted John F. Kennedy's "Ask Not" speech. Wilson brought it back to the title by shouting, "Everybody says what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but we brought the Cup home!" By the end of the sun-soaked rally, Capitals players swayed together and sang Queen's "We Are the Champions," a song they've been belting out renditions of with varying sobriety over the past few days. "It's been a long time since we had a championship here in this city," Backstrom said. "To be able to after all these years to bring it, it's great. It's a sports city. There's not another city that deserves a championship more than D.C.".....»»

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