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Category: entertainmentSource: thestandard thestandardSep 23rd, 2018

Pangasinan woman wins Maningning Miclat Art Award for incredible piece

BINMALEY, Pangasinan --- Jessica Lopez, 26, spent a whole week in May patiently attaching pieces of a "bangus" (milkfish) backbone on plywood that was painted black.   Lopez was working on an art piece for the Pangasinan artists' exhibit at Art Cube Gallery in Makati City --- the first time she was featured in a Metro Manila venue after she began experimenting with fish bones as a medium in 2015.   That piece, titled "Motions of Life," landed Lopez the grand prize in the recently concluded Maningning Miclat Art Award.   She returned home to Barangay Gayaman here with a trophy by sculptor Julie Lluch Dalena, a P28,000 cash prize, a collection of Maning...Keep on reading: Pangasinan woman wins Maningning Miclat Art Award for incredible piece.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 6th, 2018

Four PH films go to the UK

Four Filipino films are headed to the United Kingdom this month.   Shireen Seno's "Nervous Translation" will have its UK premiere at the esteemed Tate Modern in London. The Cinema One movie will serve as the opening film of the art gallery's Fall 2018 Artists' Cinema program on Sept. 19.   Its website points out that Tate Modern's "cinema program is a stage for unique encounters with artists' films in all their forms." The Artists' Cinema program is "a monthly series that presents previews, premieres or unique presentations of works by emerging and established artists, followed by a discussion with the curators."   The Tate's site hails the internatio...Keep on reading: Four PH films go to the UK.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 3rd, 2018

Art and the black market

An emerging platform for contemporary artists in the Philippines to showcase their works and connect with like-minded creatives, Vetro gallery launches The Bootleg Project today to open up discussions about intellectual property and appropriation in art, design and new forms of media. Artist Adrian Emmanuel Mariñas, one of the co-founders, shared that it all started […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJun 8th, 2018

‘Night with Lea’ kicks off solo-artist performance series in Poblacion

As part of this year's Museums and Galleries Month, Fringe Manila, in partnership with the Japan Foundation Manila, recently launched 1SA (supposedly acronym for solo artist), which, according to a press preview at Pineapple Lab in Makati, is a "platform" to celebrate solo artists and present them in a "more dynamic way" to local communities. 1SA creative director Andrei Nikolai Pamintuan explained that Solo Arts Platform seeks to enable artists to convey the realities they are confronting through their chosen medium of artistic expression. "Through this project, we are working to push for the increased visibility of emerging artists, new genres and evolving traditions in conte...Keep on reading: ‘Night with Lea’ kicks off solo-artist performance series in Poblacion.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 19th, 2018

30 Teams in 30 Days: Jazz on upswing after postseason run

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com What offseason? That's a question many fans ask as the flurry of trades, free agent news and player movement seems to never stop during the summer. Since the Golden State Warriors claimed their third title in four years back on June 8 (June 9, PHL time), NBA teams have undergone a massive number of changes as they prepare for the season ahead. With the opening of training camps just around the corner, NBA.com's Shaun Powell will evaluate the state of each franchise as it sits today -- from the team with the worst regular-season record in 2017-18 to the team with the best regular-season record -- as we look at 30 teams in 30 days. * * * Today's Team: Utah Jazz 2017-18 Record: 48-34, lost in Western Conference semifinals to Houston Rockets Who's new: Grayson Allen (Draft) Who's gone: Jonas Jerebko, David Stockton The lowdown: Left woozy by the summer departure of free agent and franchise star Gordon Hayward, the Jazz gave the ball to a rookie and pulled a surprise by nearly winning 50 games and bouncing Oklahoma City Thunder from the playoffs. Their season was made more remarkable considering center Rudy Gobert played only 56 games because of knee issues. But Donovan Mitchell (20.5 points per game) was an unexpected savior and far better than anyone imagined. He won over his teammates and coach Quin Snyder quickly, then earned respect around the league for taking charge and also bailing out Utah in a number of close games, both rare for a rookie. Mitchell finished as the Kia Rookie of the Year runner-up. Snyder made good use of the rotation and found functional roles for most and the Jazz used Mitchell and defense to flourish. By the playoffs, Mitchell was arguably the best player on a floor that featured former Kia MVP Russell Westbrook and Paul George, and the Jazz entered the offseason feeling confident about the future. In 2016, the young Portland Trail Blazers made the playoffs, stunning the LA Clippers in the first round before giving the Golden State Warriors a feisty series in the semis. Encouraged by the bounce and swagger showed by an emerging club, the Blazers handed out contract extensions and … they haven’t done anything special since. In hindsight, every one of those extensions looks like a mistake. The lesson: Fool’s gold can sometimes, um, fool you. Are the Jazz headed down that path? The situations aren’t exactly the same, yet similar to a degree. Instead of going outside to make a few cosmetic changes to the rotation, Utah was mostly content to keep free agents Dante Exum and Derrick Favors, giving each contracts that were somewhat generous in a soft market that worked against most players. Exum signed for three years and a reported $33 million, or roughly the going rate for a backup point guard. But Exum’s run in Utah has been interrupted by injury and, even when healthy, his play was inconsistent. He perhaps earned the benefit of the doubt in the playoffs when he stepped in for an injured Ricky Rubio and had moments of solid play. Evidently, the Jazz feel Exum’s better days are just ahead. He’s only 23 and after investing so much time in him, Utah wasn’t ready to cut him loose. He brings great size (6-foot-6), is energetic, and point guard isn’t a Jazz strength. If nothing else, Exum gives Utah a sense of security. Favors is richer after signing a reported two-year, $36 million extension as no other team was willing to beat that price for him. The last two seasons weren’t exactly robust for Favors, who battled through injuries, sporadic play and found himself benched because of mismatches in today’s stretch-happy NBA. Favors has worked to develop more of a 3-point shot, but his lack of perimeter shooting was exploited by Houston in the playoffs. But as the case with Exum, the Jazz have years of player-development invested in Favors. As Utah’s longest-tenured player, Favors is a solid defender next to Gobert and the Jazz outscored their opponents by 7.2 points per 100 possessions with the two bigs on the floor together. And even though he’s seemingly been around Utah forever, Favors is just 27 years old. The decisions by the Jazz to maintain the status quo isn’t unusual with this franchise, which has long prided itself on stability and player development. Strangely enough, Mitchell claims to love life in the Wasatch Mountains -- something to remember when and if he ever reaches free agency (unlikely, since the Jazz will surely break the bank for him). Jazz GM Dennis Lindsey moved up to take Mitchell in the 2017 Draft and has a knack for finding talent in places where few others search. He has had a solid track record in the Draft and with the 21st pick took Allen. A year ago, the Duke shooter considered entering the draft, but got mild feedback from NBA types. Allen brings 3-point range to a team that ranked 13th in 3-pointers made and attempted last season. Unless he makes an impact right away, Allen will be in the back end of a rotation that showcases Joe Ingles for distance shooting. The trick for Utah is to match or surpass last season’s effort while catching no one by surprise this time. And the Jazz must do that with virtually the same cast as before. Veteran NBA writer Shaun Powell has worked for newspapers and other publications for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here or follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 23rd, 2018

Manila Rising EP to launch with artists from Manila at Undiscovered SF

SAN FRANCISCO - New music and live performances from Manila-based artists at the cutting edge of contemporary Filipino culture will be featured at the launch of a groundbreaking EP record,........»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsSep 13th, 2018

Patay Gutom – Artworks by Cabanalan, Elicana and Delgado

By: Martin Genodepa Photos from Gallery i Facebook page WHO would have thought that the contemptuous phrase patay gutom (literally: to die of hunger or starve to death) could be title of an exhibition? But Ilonggo artists Paul John Cabanalan, Noel Elicana, and Jason Delgado had no qualms sequestering the term for their group show at […] The post Patay Gutom – Artworks by Cabanalan, Elicana and Delgado appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsAug 27th, 2018

Manny Pacquiao is welcome to defend his WBA title under ONE Championship, says chairman

In the presence of some of the Philippines' best mixed martial artists, ONE Championship chairman and founder Chatri Sityodtong kicked off Tuesday's Reign of Kings press launch by congratulating arguably the most popular Filipino warrior, eight-division boxing world champion Manny Pacquiao.  Two weekends ago in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Pacquiao became an eleven-time world champion by stopping Argentinian Lucas Matthysse in seven rounds to become the new WBA (Regular) Welterweight World Champion.  Aside from giving Pacquiao props, Sityodtong outright invited Pacquiao to fight under the ONE Championship banner, even suggesting that the Filipino boxing legend be the on the main event of a massive ONE card in the Philppines.  "Manny, congratulations, I'm amazed by your legendary career," Sityodtong said. "Let's join hands, let's give the Filipino fans what they want, let's do an all-Filipino heroes card, a mega, mega-card, blast that to the whole world, Manny Pacquiao, please, I invite you to compete in ONE Championship."  Boxing is just the latest step that ONE Championship has taken to becoming a complete, global martial arts promotion.  In 2017, ONE put on grappling superfights as well as exhibition bouts featuring regional martial arts such as Lethwei in Myanmar and Muay Thai in Thailand.  Earlier this year, ONE went all out with their inclusion of striking-based martial arts such as Muay Thai and Kickboxing with the launch of the ONE Super Series, which has already featured some big-name strikers such as world champion Giorgio Petrosyan and Lumpinee Stadium legend Sam-A Gaiyanghadao.  "What we want to do is showcase all the combat sports, all the flavors, and hopefully we'll get multi-division champions across the different platforms to really celebrate Asia's greatest cultural treasure, martial arts." For Sityodtong, getting Pacquiao, arguably the most influential Asian combat sports icon, to compete under the ONE banner would definitely be a monumental milestone. "Me inviting Manny Pacquiao, I'm dead serious. If he says yes, let's do it. I'd love for him to defend his belt here in the Philippines, and give the Filipino fans what they want, a mega-card." The card, Sityodtong added, would feature other Pinoy combat sports heroes such as reigning ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon Vera, former ONE Lightweight World Champion Eduard Folayang, and reigning ONE Flyweight World Champion Geje Eustaquio just to name a few.  Having Pacquiao defend his WBA strap on a ONE card isn't completely out of the realm of possibility, especially since the promotion announced earlier this month that they've managed to get Thai boxing star and reigning WBC Super Flyweight World Champion Srisaker Sor Rungvisai to defend his titles on ONE Championship's Bangkok card in October.  The 31-year old Rungvisai is considered by many as among the top-ten best pound-for-pound boxers in the game today.  With Pacquiao aiming for an in-ring return later this year, could ONE actually snag one of the biggest names in combat sports history?    Catch ONE Championship: Reign of Kings LIVE on Friday, July 27th, 8:30 PM on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23!.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 24th, 2018

Six PH films headline 17th New York Asian Film Festival

NEW YORK -- Six Philippine films showcasing the talent of Filipino filmmakers and artists headlined the 17th New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) held at Lincoln Center and the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, from 29 June to July 15. New York film enthusiasts and the Filipino American community, including Deputy Consul General Kerwin Orville Tate, were on hand during the five nights that featured the Filipino films, to enjoy the movies and to meet the filmmakers and artists who shared their unique vision with the public. This year, the Philippines had the largest line up at the Festival since 2013. The films shown included We Will Not Die Tonightdirected by Richard Somes; N...Keep on reading: Six PH films headline 17th New York Asian Film Festival.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 24th, 2018

Call for ’emerging writers’ from Mindanao: Apply for 2018 CDO Young Writers Studio

The Nagkahiusang Magsusulat sa Cagayan de Oro (NAGMAC), a young artists collective of poets, essayists, fictionists, playwrights, screenwriters, editors, and translators from Northern Mindanao, in partnership with writers network Libulan Queer Collective and the Xavier Center for Culture and the Arts (XCCA), is now accepting applications to the 2018 Cagayan de Oro Young Writers Studio […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsJul 22nd, 2018

Gary Granada, top local and foreign poets featured in PEN’s ‘Free the Word!’ at CCP, July 4

The Philippine PEN (Poets & Playwrights, Essayists, Novelists) will hold "Free the Word!"---a forum plus poetry and performance event involving local and foreign writers---at Cultural Center of the Philippines' Main Gallery on July 4, 5-7 p.m. Founded in 1921 in London, PEN is the international federation of writers upholding freedom of expression with centers all over the world. PEN members through the years have included Nobel laureates Mario Vargas Llosa, Nadine Gordimer, Gunter Grass, Francois Mauriac and Liu Xiabao. Its main committees show PEN International's chief concerns: Writers in Prison, Writers for Peace, Women Writers and Translation and Linguistic Rights. ...Keep on reading: Gary Granada, top local and foreign poets featured in PEN’s ‘Free the Word!’ at CCP, July 4.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 1st, 2018


Michael Jackson’s artistic legacy explored in London show

Michael Jackson's legacy as a pop-culture and artistic icon is explored in a new exhibition at London's National Portrait Gallery opening Thursday. "Michael Jackson: On the Wall" --- a play on the title of classic 1979 album "Off the Wall" --- follows the king of pop, who still captivates artists nine years after his death, through his multi-million selling career. The exhibition features paintings, photographs and sculptures from artists such as pop-art pioneer Andy Warhol, German sculptor Isa Genzken and US photographer David LaChapelle. The man with the best-selling album in history, "Thriller", continues to shape modern culture through his body of work. Each of the ex...Keep on reading: 
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Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 28th, 2018

Abstract or figurative? Or maybe both

NO visual artist is ever one dimensional. They may start off working on still lifes, and end up pursuing abstract images, or the other way around. They may even start playing with sculptures and installations. But it is almost always certain that artists have one medium they are most comfortable to work with. But Renaissance Art Gallery’s ongoing exhibition called Ambidextrous recognizes and celebrates the duality, even multiplicity, of some visual artists’ skills in moving from one medium, technique, or style to another......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsJun 26th, 2018

Young artists mount exhibit on childhood dreams

Visit us on Instagram To be You; Facebook: To be You; e-mail inq.tobeyou@gmail.com Longing, passion and what-ifs are the themes that inspired the artworks of a group exhibit by Shelved Wishes, which opened last June 16 at Prism Gallery in Makati. Consisting of Filipino visual artists (some of them contributors of Inquirer Lifestyle's To be You section) and creative writers, Shelved Wishes produced artworks depicting their childhood dreams in styles that range from colorful and whimsical to dark and mysterious. Apart from the framed artworks in various mediums, the works were made into postcards, making them affordable to the young. Young and innocent heart Founded ...Keep on reading: Young artists mount exhibit on childhood dreams.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 24th, 2018

Rico Lascano’s ‘Spatium Divinae’ dances on the edge of evanescence

Many artists hog the pictorial space so tightly as to hardly leave any breathing space, driving the painting to a state of exhaustion by the sheer ceaseless manipulation and meandering of the plastic elements; so manic is their desire to display a technical skill. Alas, space cannot be owned by an artist like acreage, tilled and furrowed to yield a relentless harvest. In his current exhibition at Altro Mondo Gallery, Rico Lascano presents his view of space, in a show titled "Spatium Divinae." These recent works are his contemplative imaginings of Divine space, celestial space, in which the artist bids us enter deeply with no need for a florid invocation, lest it fades away into no...Keep on reading: Rico Lascano’s ‘Spatium Divinae’ dances on the edge of evanescence.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 10th, 2018

Kreatibo Queer Piny returns to Bindlestiff with Memorya

SAN FRANCISCO --A Filipino American multimedia performance group returns to Bindlestiff Studio to 'bring together Queer Pin@y community elders and emerging artists to explore the historic and.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 8th, 2018

Filipina migrant’s story featured in EuroAsia Shorts 2018

WASHINGTON, D.C.--- Filipino and Spanish short films kicked off the highly anticipated EuroAsia Short Film Festival (EuroAsia Shorts) 2018 on June 4 at the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain.   Now on its 13thyear, the EuroAsia Short Film Festival spotlights the stories ofWomenWorldWide through a weeklong screening.   "This year's festival looks at the uniqueness and universality of women's experiences, contributions, and perspectives in all aspects of life. Women, whether artists or family members, professionals or visionaries, everyday people or extraordinary heroines -- it's time the world paid attention," reads a portion of the 2018 festival statem...Keep on reading: Filipina migrant’s story featured in EuroAsia Shorts 2018.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Kreatibo Queer Pin@y returns to Bindlestiff with ‘Memorya’

SAN FRANCISCO ---A Filipino American multimedia performance group returns to Bindlestiff Studio to "bring together Queer Pin@y community elders and emerging artists to explore the historic and current lived experiences of communities of resistance facing global forces of oppression." "Memorya: An Intergenerational Dialogue"explores personal and contextual experiences of migration, family, and resistance, to create an intimate understanding of the ways they have shaped responses to economic and political realities, according to Kreatibo's press release. "Memorya" uses multimedia performance, movement, video, and images to explore themes of community and regeneration in the areas...Keep on reading: Kreatibo Queer Pin@y returns to Bindlestiff with ‘Memorya’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Israel in uproar over Argentina pre-World Cup friendly snub

By Aron Heller, Associated Press JERUSALEM (AP) — The sports-crazed nation of Israel was in uproar Wednesday over Argentina's abrupt cancellation of a World Cup warmup match following pro-Palestinian protests, with some of the country's leaders accusing Lionel Messi and his teammates of caving to terrorism. Israel was eagerly awaiting the sold-out international friendly scheduled for Saturday night at Jerusalem's Teddy Kollek Stadium and the arrival of some of the world's best players. Argentina is one of the most popular national teams among Israelis and fans had been scrambling to get a chance to see Messi in person. But after a fierce Palestinian campaign, which included images of Argentina's white and sky-blue striped jersey stained with red paint resembling blood and threats to burn Messi posters, Argentina's football federation announced it was skipping the event. Claudio Tapia, president of the Argentine Football Association, apologized for cancelling the match but said the safety of the players was at stake. "What has happened in the last 72 hours, the actions, the threats that have occurred have led us to take the decision not to travel," he said during a news conference in Barcelona, where the Argentine team is training prior to the start of the World Cup next week. "(We) apologize to the Israeli community. It's nothing against the Israeli community, the Jewish community and I would like everyone to take this decision as a contribution to world peace," he said. "In the end, they've done the right thing, and this is behind us," Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain told ESPN. "Health and common sense come first. We felt that it wasn't right to go." Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Argentine President Mauricio Macri and urged him to intervene, to no avail. Later Wednesday, Israel's Sports Ministry said a "negotiation" about the match was underway, perhaps in hopes of salvaging it, but gave no further details. "It's unfortunate the soccer knights of Argentina did not withstand the pressure of the Israeli-hating inciters, whose only goal is to harm our basic right to self-defense and bring about the destruction of Israel," said Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman. "We will not yield before a pack of anti-Semitic terrorist supporters." The head of the Palestinian football association, Jibril Rajoub, had called on Arab soccer fans to burn Messi posters and T-shirts if he participated. He has long tried to get soccer's world governing body, FIFA, and the International Olympic Committee to impose sanctions against Israel. Rajoub believes Israel should be punished for restricting movement of Palestinian players, and for forming teams in West Bank settlements. Rajoub had also objected to holding the match in Jerusalem, whose eastern sector the Palestinians claim as their capital. Although the Kollek stadium is in west Jerusalem, it is located in a neighborhood built where a Palestinian village once stood before it was destroyed in the war surrounding Israel's independence in 1948. Following the move, he held a press conference in Ramallah featuring a picture of him with Messi and a sign reading: "From Palestine, thank you Messi." Rajoub had accused Israel of playing politics with the game, by moving it from its original location in Haifa to Jerusalem, and by trying to link it to celebrations surrounding Israel's 70th anniversary. He called it a victory for "ethics and values" of sports. "They tried to use sport as a tool for political ends, and for this I think, they failed," Rajoub said. Israeli President Reuven Rivlin said it was a sad morning for Israeli sports fans, including his own grandchildren. "But there are values that are greater than even Messi. The politicization of the Argentinean move worries me greatly," he said. Opposition figures, however, accused Israel's headline-seeking sports minister Miri Regev of bringing on the politicization of the sporting event by insisting on moving the game from Haifa to contested Jerusalem and by trying to orchestrate a politicized photo-op with Messi. Israel captured east Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war and annexed the area in a move that is not internationally recognized. Israel considers the entire city to be its capital, while the Palestinians seek east Jerusalem as the capital of a future state. Regev rejected the backlash at a press conference Wednesday evening saying "there is no bigger lie" than claims her decision to hold the match in Jerusalem aided in its cancellation. She said the Argentinians had not objected and that Messi himself had wanted to visit sacred Christian and Jewish sites in the holy city. Regev said the match was canceled following "threats by terror elements sent to Messi and his family and to other players." Opposition leader Isaac Herzog called the snub a "spectacular own goal" by Regev that delivered victory to boycotters of the Jewish State. Labor Party leader Avi Gabbay called for a police investigation into Regev's "corrupt conduct." "We just absorbed a shot in the face. This is not just sports," he tweeted. "This, unfortunately, could start an international tsunami." Regev claimed that "terrorist" groups had made threats against Argentina's players and their families, sending them images of dead children, though she gave no further evidence. She accused members of the Israeli parliament, or Knesset, of backing the boycott advocates. "Unfortunately, we have Trojan Horses in the Knesset who give headwind to terrorism," she said. The Palestinian militant Islamic group Hamas praised Argentina for canceling the game. Spokesman Husam Badran said Hamas "applauds" the move and reiterated its position that rejects "all forms of normalization" with the Jewish state. A senior official at the Argentine Football Federation said the national team decided to call off the match with Israel after receiving threats from Hamas. The official, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity due to safety concerns, did not provide evidence or details of the alleged threats. A Hamas official mocked reports that the group had threatened the players, calling them unrealistic, and saying they don't deserve a comment. The Hamas official was not authorized to comment in the issue and also spoke on condition of anonymity. Hamas is sworn to Israel's destruction and has ruled Gaza with an iron fist since it took over the territory in 2007. Israel and the United States consider it a terror organization for its bombings, shooting and rocket attacks targeting civilians. Israel has largely fended off the boycott campaign with only a small number of artists and organizations shunning the country. Argentina's snubbing would appear to be the boycott movement's greatest achievement thus far. The grassroots movement advocates boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel in what supporters say is a way to promote Palestinian rights through nonviolent means. Israel says the campaign goes beyond Israeli occupation of lands claimed by the Palestinians and masks a deeper aim of delegitimizing or even destroying the country. It has formed a government ministry whose primary mission is to combat the boycott movement. The Argentinean move, which featured on the front pages of all the major Israeli dailies, raised fears that it could serve as a template for future boycotts of Jerusalem, most notably next year's scheduled hosting of the popular Eurovision song contest. The Palestinians celebrated the cancellation as a major triumph. Israeli organizers said an offer had been floated to have the game played in Barcelona instead, but it was highly unlikely. "I think sports should never be involved with politics," said Shahaf Ashraga, a fan in Jerusalem. "It just makes me sad to think that the game has to be canceled because of the Palestinian pressure." Argentina opens its Group D campaign in Russia against Iceland on June 16. It then plays Croatia on June 21 and Nigeria on June 26. It is unclear whether Argentina will play another warmup, or if it will arrive in Moscow ahead of schedule. ___ Associated Press writers Debora Rey and Victor Caivano in Buenos Aires, Argentina, contributed......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Duterte tagged among strongmen in Time cover story

By Charmaine A. Tadalan PRESIDENT Rodrigo R. Duterte is the “strong and decisive leader” Filipinos approve, Malacañang said on Friday, in response to Mr. Duterte’s landing again on the cover of Time magazine as it featured him among a gallery of “strongmen” leaders. Time included Mr. Duterte together with Russia President Vladimir Putin, Hungarian Prime […] The post Duterte tagged among strongmen in Time cover story appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMay 4th, 2018