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Full Metal Jacket’s R. Lee Ermey, 74

LOS ANGELES — US actor and retired Marine R. Lee Ermey, best known for his role as foul-mouthed Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket, has died, his manager said Sunday. He was 74. Manager Bill Rogin said the Golden Globe nominee Ermey died from complications of pneumonia. “It is with deep sadness […] The post Full Metal Jacket’s R. Lee Ermey, 74 appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource: bworldonline bworldonlineApr 16th, 2018

Vincent Cassel ties knot with model

Hollywood actor Vincent Cassel, 51, married 21-year-old model Tina Kunakey in a low-key ceremony in his native France on Friday. The actor, who appeared in "Black Swan" and two of the "Ocean's" series of heist films, shot to fame in the mid-1990s as the troubled young man from the Parisian suburbs in the critically acclaimed "La Haine". Cassel, wearing dark sunglasses, a cream jacket and open-necked pink shirt,tied the knot with Kunakey in front of around 100 guests in Bidart, a small coastal village near Biarritz in southwestern France. His bride wore a white tulle gown with strapless bodice, full skirt and long train, arriving for the ceremony in a black Bentley. Cassel...Keep on reading: Vincent Cassel ties knot with model.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 25th, 2018

Jill Janus, singer of metal band Huntress, dies at 43

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) --- Jill Janus, lead singer of the heavy metal band Huntress, has died at age 43, her family and band said Thursday. Janus had long struggled with mental illness, and killed herself outside Portland, Oregon, on Tuesday, her relatives and band mates said in a statement released through publicist Alexandra Greenberg. Janus fronted Huntress from the group's inception in Los Angeles in 2009, singing on three full-length albums and on tours with bands including Motorhead and Lamb of God. Founding member Blake Meahl said on his Facebook page Thursday that he and Janus "spent 9 years together creating a home, having a family and building our passion project Hunt...Keep on reading: Jill Janus, singer of metal band Huntress, dies at 43.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 17th, 2018

400 e-waste containers abandoned at Thailand ports

BANGKOK --- About 400 cargo containers full of electronic waste, plastic scrap and discarded metal have been left unclaimed at Thailand's two major ports as authorities crack down on illegal e-waste handling. If they are not claimed within the next 15 days, the Customs Department will either dispose of them or send them back to their point of departure. Most of them come from the United States, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and China. "Importers have already failed to claim these containers within the 30-day timeframe but we will give them 15 more days," Customs Department spokesman Chaiyut Kumkun said yesterday. He said the next normal step would be to inform the export trans...Keep on reading: 400 e-waste containers abandoned at Thailand ports.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 27th, 2018

Marawi-inspired ‘Alab ng Puso’ medals await full Ironman finishers

A reward like no other awaits finishers of the first full-distance Ironman race in the Philippines. Each participant who completes the arduous 3.8-kilometer swim, 180 km bike and 42 km run earns a special medal that not only symbolizes victory but also signifies the Filipino spirit and the sport of triathlon. The commemorative piece was created by Daniel dela Cruz, a renowned Filipino metal sculptor. "The title of the medal is 'Alab ng Puso' and it's the fire in the heart which I think each and every triathlete needs to be able to finish the race," said Dela Cruz. But a medal won't be one without a ribbon and making it was no easy task either. Staying true to the Filip...Keep on reading: Marawi-inspired ‘Alab ng Puso’ medals await full Ironman finishers.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 2nd, 2018

Nicklaus cautions from experience against a Masters letdown

By Doug Ferguson, Associated Press Tiger Woods built his comeback around the Masters, as was the case even in healthier years. He took a step back at Augusta National, not breaking par until the final round and finishing 16 shots behind Patrick Reed, the most he has trailed the Masters winner. Woods wasn't alone in his disappointment. Jordan Spieth geared his early part of the year toward being ready for the Masters, the major he says he most wants to win. He had a two-shot lead after the first round, and rounds of 74-71 meant even that closing 64 wasn't enough. Phil Mickelson took himself out of the hunt with a 79 in the second round. Jack Nicklaus can understand how they feel, and his message for anyone who puts so much emphasis on a green jacket is that the show goes on. "I had to learn that there were other tournaments in the country after Augusta," Nicklaus said at the Masters after hitting the ceremonial first tee shot. "I played Augusta a lot of times and lost. I won in '63, '65 and '66, and I just expected to win every year. I thought I would just continue to do that." Nicklaus missed the cut in 1967. He says that started a three-year trend in which it took him longer than it should have to get over not winning the Masters. "That was a humbling experience to miss the cut after you've won it twice in a row," he said. "But then the next couple of years, I think that it probably destroyed the rest of my year. Because I was so disappointed at not winning at Augusta that I had a downer most of the year." There's some truth to that. He didn't go more than two tournaments before winning again after the 1963, 1964 and 1965 Masters. After he repeated at Augusta in 1966, he ran off five consecutive top fives before winning the British Open at Muirfield to complete the career Grand Slam. But after missing the cut in 1967, he went five tournaments without winning and had one stretch of 10 straight rounds in which he failed to break 70. The following year when he tied for fifth at the Masters, Nicklaus didn't win again until the Western Open the first weekend in August. And after a tie for 23rd in the 1969 Masters, he didn't win again until the Sahara Invitational in October. "I put such a buildup to this tournament and the importance of winning that first major that it was to my detriment more times than a positive," he said. Nicklaus figured it out. Over the next four years, he never went more than three events after the Masters before winning again. Twice, in 1971 and 1973, he won in his next start after failing to win the Masters. CURTIS CUP Four years after Lucy Li qualified for the U.S. Women's Open at age 11, the Californian is headed to her first Curtis Cup. Li was among eight women selected for the June 8-10 matches against amateurs from Britain and Ireland at Quaker Ridge in New York. Li is the first 15-year-old to make the American team since Lexi Thompson in 2010. The other Americans selected for the team are UCLA star Lilia Vu, Andrea Lee, Jennifer Kupcho, Kristen Gillman, U.S. Women's Amateur champion Sophia Schubert, Lauren Stephenson and Mariel Galdiano. Lee and Galdiano played in the most recent Curtis Cup, which Britain & Ireland won in Ireland. AS THE WORLD TURNS For the second time since the World Golf Championships began in 1999, the PGA Tour is converting one of its regular tournaments into one of the four WGCs with a big purse ($10 million this year) and a limited field with no cut. Doral had been longest-running PGA Tour event on the Florida Swing until it morphed into the WGC-CA Championship in 2007. Now it's happening in Memphis, Tennessee. Bridgestone chose not to renew its increasingly expensive title sponsorship of the WGC at Firestone, which had hosted an elite event since 1976. Starting next year, the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational will move to the TPC Southwind in Memphis. That will assure the strongest field for Memphis, which dates to 1958. But much like Doral in 2007, it becomes off-limits to PGA Tour regulars. Based on this week's world ranking, only 16 players in the field for the St. Jude Classic last year would be eligible at a World Golf Championship. BALANCE AT THE TOP Each generation believes it had stronger and deeper competition, though there at least appears to be more balance. Perhaps one way to measure that is through Tiger Woods. When he won the 2008 U.S. Open for his 14th major, only seven other players in the top 20 in the world ranking had combined for 13 majors. Phil Mickelson (No. 2), Ernie Els (No. 5) and Vijay Singh (No. 9), each had three majors. Geoff Ogilvy (No. 4), Jim Furyk (No. 10), Padraig Harrington (No. 13) and Trevor Immelman (No. 15) each had one. Just like then, four of the top five in the world have won majors (all but 23-year-old Jon Rahm). However, 12 of the top 20 in the world from this week's rankings have won majors. The top 20 includes Mickelson (now with five majors), Rory McIlroy (four majors), Jordan Spieth (three majors) and Bubba Watson (two majors). Eight other players have won at least one major. It's certainly younger at the top. Woods was 32 when he won his last major, and only three players from the top 10 were in their 20s — Scott, Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose. This week, seven of the top 10 in the world are in their 20s. MANAGEMENT MOVES Jordan Spieth's manager has come full circle and is returning to IMG, and Jay Danzi is bringing his top client with him. Danzi has become a partner with California-based William Morris Endeavor, which owns IMG. Included in the move is Jordan Lewites, who was handling much of Spieth's day-to-day operations, and Laura Moses, who heads up Spieth's foundation. Spieth will be represented by WME and IMG. "Jordan is a world-class talent, and we're excited to welcome him to the family," said Patrick Whitesell, executive chairman of Endeavor. "When you look at what he and Jay have already accomplished and consider WME and IMG's ability to amplify Jordan's reach across entertainment and sports, the possibilities are endless." Danzi previously worked for IMG as global head of recruiting for its golf business. He left the Cleveland-based agency for Wasserman, and then started his own company (Forefront Sports Group) when he signed Spieth. The centerpiece of getting Spieth was a bold endorsement with Under Armour. Lagardere bought Forefront in 2013. Along with managing the three-time major champion, Danzi was in charge of Lagardere's brand consulting, sales and golf consulting groups. He left Lagardere last month. DIVOTS Ted Potter Jr. tied for 16th in the RBC Heritage, notable because he had missed his last five cuts dating to his victory in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. ... Satoshi Kodaira was the first player without PGA Tour status to win a regular PGA Tour event since Arjun Atwal at the Wyndham Championship in 2010. ... Cameron Smith, a 24-year-old from Australia, tied for 32nd at Hilton Head last week and moved past Jack Nicklaus on the PGA Tour career money list. ... Bryson DeChambeau moved into the top 50 in the world ranking for the first time, at No. 48. ... With his tie for fifth in the Masters, Bubba Watson became the 16th player to surpass $40 million in career earnings on the PGA Tour. STAT OF THE WEEK Rickie Fowler has been in the top 10 on the leaderboard in 20 out of the 32 rounds he has played this season. FINAL WORD "I will probably not wear it every day. But it is special." — Satoshi Kodaira on the tartan jacket he received for winning at Harbour Town......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 18th, 2018

Pascua rues FEU’s lack of experience in meltdown vs La Salle

George Pascua, Far Eastern University's fun-loving head coach, usually tries to inject a bit of humor in every situation he's in. He once tried to choke himself in jest with a jacket during a game in the UAAP Season 80 women's volleyball tournament, and Pascua also said the "G" in the bottle of Gatorade stands for "George." On Sunday, however, Pascua didn't have a choice but suck up the grief after losing his Lady Tamaraws dropped a five-setter against defending champion De La Salle, 25-17, 21-25, 16-25, 25-20, 15-5. FEU's two-set advantage after the third period didn't stand a chance as the Lady Spikers displayed their full might on the bamboozled Lady Tamaraws. "We were...Keep on reading: Pascua rues FEU’s lack of experience in meltdown vs La Salle.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 18th, 2018

Lions hope coach Matt Patricia ends their search for winner

By Larry Lage, Associated Press ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — Matt Patricia’s unlikely path to becoming an NFL coach began with his buddies, setting up miniature players on a vibrating, metal field for fierce games of electric football. “I knew at a very young age the strategic part of the game was something that I just loved,” Patricia said Wednesday after being introduced as coach of the Detroit Lions. “I thrived on it. We would try to just out plan each other all the time and we’d have huge games that would roll into weeks at a time.” Years later, Patricia took a pivotal step toward his dream job after earning an aeronautical engineering degree at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute by being a graduate assistant at his alma mater. The former offensive lineman — who is from Sherrill, New York — coached up one of the players at RPI and saw him do what he was taught during a game. “The success that we had and his joy that he showed from being able to do that, that’s really when it clicked for me as a coach,” Patricia said with his previously bushy beard trimmed and a pencil over his right ear. “At that point, the strategic part of the game along with my coaching aspirations just kind of put things in motion.” The Lions desperately hope Patricia takes full advantage of his first opportunity to lead a football team and ends their decades-long search for a coach who can lead them to elusive success in the playoffs. Since winning the 1957 NFL title, Detroit’s only postseason victory was more than a quarter-century ago. “Our goal is to win and to compete for championships,” team president Rod Wood said. “I believe that we are taking the next step in meeting those expectations.” Lions general manager Bob Quinn fired coach Jim Caldwell last month with a 36-28 mark over four years and two playoff appearances. The Lions went 9-7 last season and missed the playoffs, ranking among the NFL’s worst rushing teams for the fourth straight year. “I wanted to find a leader that could take us to the next level and I am confident we have found that in Matt Patricia,” Quinn said. The 43-year-old Patricia helped New England win three Super Bowls over 14 years. He was the Patriots’ defensive coordinator the past six seasons. Detroit’s search was focused on Patricia right from the start because he worked with Quinn for a dozen years in New England. “We sat next to each other in a lot of team meetings in New England for many of our years together,” Quinn recalled. “We also spent a great deal of time together on the road scouting college prospects, traveling around the country trying to find new players.” In recent years, Patricia has become a candidate to lead a team in the league as one of Bill Belichick’s top assistant coaches. He appeared to be in the running to be hired by his homestate New York Giants and perhaps the Arizona Cardinals, but choose the challenge in the Motor City at least in part because of his relationship with Quinn. “My comfort level with Bob is huge in all of this,” he said. After being a graduate assistant at RPI in 1996, Patricia shifted gears to be an aeronautical engineer for two years. Patricia got back on the sideline as a defensive line coach at Amherst College in 1999 and went on to be a graduate assistant for Paul Pasqualoni, whom he has hired to be Detroit’s defensive coordinator. Jim Bob Cooter was not mentioned in the Lions’ release regarding staff additions , but he is listed on the team’s website as its returning offensive coordinator. “Jim Bob is on staff and he will be here,” Patricia said. “Obviously, he’s done a great job here in what he’s been able to accomplish with both him and (Matthew) Stafford and the offense.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 8th, 2018

Apple cider vinegar: What the experts say – CNN News

Apple cider vinegar is one of the most popular natural health products around, with claims for everything from sanitizing toothbrushes to whittling waistlines. But how much of its popularity is based on hype? Could you be wasting your time or &'8212; even worse &'8212; harming your health? Here are 10 of the top ways people are using apple cider vinegar and what the science says. What's the most popular use for apple cider vinegar? If a simple internet search is any measure, it involves diabetes. Dietitian Carol Johnston has been studying the effects of the main component of any vinegar, acetic acid, on diabetic blood glucose levels since 2004. She's conducted 10 small randomly controlled studies and published six papers on the subject. Her studies indicate vinegar can help lower blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes; in those who are prediabetic, also called insulin-resistant; and even in healthy control subjects. The improvement was slight for all but those at risk for diabetes, she says. &'8220;In pre-diabetics, it was too good to be true,&'8221; says Johnston,who is also associate director of the University of Arizona's School of Nutrition and Health. &'8220;It fell a good bit and stayed that way. It may be this is the group that could benefit the most.&'8221; But this antiglycemic response can be induced by any sort of vinegar, she says: red and white wine vinegars, pomegranate vinegar or even white distilled vinegar. She suggests adding it to salads, as in the Mediterranean diet, or diluting it in water and drinking it before a meal. &'8220;Basically, what acetic acid is doing is blocking the absorption of starch,&'8221; Johnston says. &'8220;If my study subjects eat a starch and add vinegar, glucose will go down. But if they drink sugar water and add vinegar, nothing happens. So if you're having bacon and eggs, don't bother. It only helps if you are consuming a starch.&'8221; If you choose to use apple cider vinegar, be sure to tell your doctor, says nutritionist Lisa Drayer. &'8220;If you're taking a diabetes drug, the vinegar could amplify the effects of your meds,&'8221; she warns, &'8220;and your doctor might want to adjust your dosage.&'8221; Most important, if you're expecting vinegar to significantly alter or prevent diabetes, science suggests you reconsider. Johnston notes that there is no evidence, in her studies or others, to establish that connection. &'8220;I simply determine if your glucose level goes up and down,&'8221; she says. &'8220;If I was to show that vinegar slows progression to diabetes, then I would need hundreds of people and millions of dollars to do the studies, because diabetes has a lot of causes, including genetics.&'8221; Weight loss, or dieting, is another popular use for apple cider vinegar and there is some evidence that it can help. The most cited study was done with 175 heavy but otherwise healthy Japanese subjects. The 12-week treatment produced lower body weight, body mass index, visceral fat, waist measurements and triglyceride levels. Sounds great, right? The most cited study was done with 175 heavy but otherwise healthy Japanese subjects. The 12-week treatment produced lower body weight, body mass index, visceral fat, waist measurements and triglyceride levels. Sounds great, right? The best way to consume apple cider vinegar is on your salad, experts say. &'8220;If you were doing all the other things to lose weight, it might give you a slight edge,&'8221; Drayer says. &'8220;Also, if you're drinking it in water, that's good, as water makes you feel full.&'8221; &'8220;Sometimes, people get really excited to try something new, and then their other behaviors change, too,&'8221; she adds. &'8220;So if this helps people be more careful overall, that's a good thing.&'8221; &'8220;Some people like to use it to remove stains and whiten their teeth,&'8221; according to one of many online articles touting apple cider vinegar for this purpose: &'8220;To try this, rub a small amount of apple cider vinegar onto your teeth with a cotton swab.&'8221; &'8220;I let out an audible gasp when I read about this!&'8221; says Chicago dentist and American Dental Association spokeswoman Alice Boghosian. &'8220;It made me cringe, to be honest with you. What are people doing?&'8221; &'8220;You're putting acid on your teeth,&'8221; Boghosian continues, &'8220;the last thing you'd want to do to promote oral health. What would be a healthier option is to brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes, with a whitening toothpaste with the ADA seal. That shows it's been tested to do what it's supposed to do.&'8221; Other articles promote rinsing your mouth with apple cider vinegar, soaking dentures with a diluted mixture or using it to clean a toothbrush. &'8220;You just have to rinse off your toothbrush, get all the toothpaste out, and let it air out. That's all you have to do,&'8221; Boghosian says. &'8220;Cleaning dentures or rinsing with vinegar is not a good idea. It too could put your teeth at risk. And just think how it might affect the metal on partial dentures.&'8221; A pH of 7 is neutral, explains Boghosian; anything less is acid. She said many of today's popular apple cider vinegars are in the 2 to 3 range &'8212; about the same as stomach acid. &'8220;Anything acidic which contacts your teeth will wear out the enamel, the protective coating, and that will cause cavities,&'8221; Boghosian adds. &'8220;So, this is totally, completely wrong, unless you want to be paying more visits to your dentist.&'8221; Commonly suggested [&'].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsApr 19th, 2017

FULL TEXT: Miss Universe 2018 opening statements of top 20 contestants

Cheers erupted as Philippine bet Catriona Gray delivered her opening statement during the coronation of the highly-anticipated Miss Universe 2018 pageant. .....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News1 hr. 14 min. ago

FULL TEXT: Miss Universe 2018 Q& A with top 5, final 3

Miss Philippines Catriona Gray made history by winning Miss Universe 2018, bringing home the fourth crown for the country. .....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News1 hr. 14 min. ago

ABS-CBN S+A welcomes 2019 with a slate of Premier League matches

ABS-CBN S+A is set to continue serving up the best European football action, live on free TV to open up the new year this 2019. The January slate is packed with seven Premier League matches starting January 1 with the Arsenal vs Fulham tiff at 10:55 P.M. The top two clubs Liverpool and Manchester City will also see action on separate dates. There will also be select matches from the Premier League, which will all air LIVE on ABS-CBN S+A channel 23. Check out the full schedule below: .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News7 hr. 27 min. ago

Newsbreak Chats: Top stories in 2018, what to expect in 2019

Bookmark this page to watch and join the discussion live on Tuesday, December 18, at 4 pm! MANILA, Philippines – December marks the end of a roller-coaster year full of controversies and incidents in the Philippines.  Among others, the year 2018 marks President Rodrigo Duterte's second year in office, the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated News8 hr. 1 min. ago

DENR eyes major Manila Bay rehab – The Manila Times

DENR eyes major Manila Bay rehab  The Manila Times Philippines to rehabilitate Manila Bay after Boracay success  gulfnews.com After Boracay, DENR eyes rehabilitating Manila Bay  Rappler Manila Bay rehab comes next  Manila Bulletin DENR sets all-out Manila Bay rehab  manilastandard.net View full coverage on Google News Source link link: DENR eyes major Manila Bay rehab – The Manila Times.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated News10 hr. 27 min. ago

Market seen remaining volatile

The stock market enjoyed some positive trading last week as a result of some good news such as the preliminary outcome of trade talks between US and China wherein both countries are leaning toward averting a full blown trade war......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated News15 hr. 47 min. ago

CJ Perez to Columbian as No. 1 pick in PBA Rookie Draft 2018

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Columbian's rebuild is in full effect. After trading the top pick last year to San Miguel, the Dyip made good use of their No. 1 overall pick by selecting CJ Perez in the 2018 PBA Rookie Draft at the Robinsons Manila in Ermita on Sunday, December 16. The ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated News20 hr. 27 min. ago

Indie Bravo! Awardees pay tribute to the late Inquirer Entertainment journo Bayani San Diego Jr.

Whenever Filipino movies won awards or got featured in festivals abroad, chances are their directors, producers or actors would wake up the next day to an inbox full of congratulatory messages and requests for interviews from the late Inquirer Entertainment journalist Bayan San Diego Jr., who---until his last day---tirelessly chronicled the journeys and triumphs of our local filmmakers. As the multi-awarded auteur Lav Diaz said in a letter read at the 9th Inquirer Indie Bravo! Awards last Thursday, there's much to be said about Bayani---his kindness, heroism and devotion for Philippine cinema and culture. But there was one thing in particular that seemed to have caught Lav's amuse...Keep on reading: Indie Bravo! Awardees pay tribute to the late Inquirer Entertainment journo Bayani San Diego Jr......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 16th, 2018

Petron closes in on duplicating historic feat

Games Tuesday: (Mall of Asia Arena) 4:15 p.m. – La Salle-Dasmarinas vs CSA 7:00 p.m. – Petron vs F2 Logistics   The deadly form that made Petron the most successful club team in the country was in full display when it crushed F2 Logistics, 25-23, 25-12, 25-17, in Game 1 of their Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference best-of-three finals series Saturday at the Mall of Asia Arena. But for head coach Shaq Delos Santos, the battle is still far from over. Delos Santos said celebration is not yet on their minds as they expect a furious fightback from the Cargo Movers in Game 2 of this prestigious women’s club tourney Tuesday at the same venue. He said F2 Logistics coach Ramil de Jesus is the best in the business in tweaking his gameplan so he expects Game 2 to be another thrilling showcase of high-flying attacks, great defense and nail-biting rallies from both sides. "Kami, think magandang pahinga, recovery, aral uli, pag-aralan namin sila ulit (sila). Siyempre for sure all out sila pero siyempre kami ready para dun,” said Delos Santos, whose wards moved a win shy of sweeping this tourney. Delos Santos sure knows what he’s talking about. In the Grand Prix last year, the Blaze Spikers hammered a convincing Game 1 win, thanks to the firepower of imports Lindsay Stalzer and Hillary Hurley as well as local stars Frances Molina, Aiza Maizo-Pontillas and Mika Reyes. But the Cargo Movers refused to quit. De Jesus shocked his counterpart when he pulled veteran Cha Cruz from the bench to serve as the starting spiker while moving American Kennedy Bryan back to her original position at the opposite spot. The gamble paid a handsome reward when the Cargo Movers crawled back from a 0-2 set lead all the way to a masterful Game 2 victory. Then, they went for the kill in Game 3 to formally clinch the title of this highly competitive tourney. Delos Santos stressed that de Jesus -- an 11-time champion coach for De La Salle University in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines who also has three crowns in the PSL – won’t simply give up.    "Kilala namin sila alam namin trabaho ni coach Ramil especially sa ganyang sitwasyon pero mas magtatrabaho kami this time," said Delos Santos, who drew firepower from bench player Sisi Rondina and former Far Eastern University stars Bernadeth Pons and Remy Palma in Game 1. Rondina delivered 12 points while Pons and Palma chipped in 10 and nine hits, respectively, for the Blaze Spikers, who are on the verge of duplicating a golden sweep of the conference they first achieved three years ago.          .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 16th, 2018

IN PHOTOS: Frankie Pangilinan s 18th birthday party

MANILA, Philippines – Frankie Pangilinan, daughter of Sharon Cuneta and Senator Francis Pangilinan, celebrated her 18th birthday on Saturday, December 15, at the Shangri-La at the Fort. (LOOK: Pre-debut photos of Frankie Pangilinan ) The family was in full force, including older sister KC and her boyfriend Pierre Plassart. {source}.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 16th, 2018

Simbang Gabi Full Mass, 15 December 2018

Watch the full mass from the first night of Simbang Gabi. Source link: Simbang Gabi Full Mass, 15 December 2018.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 16th, 2018

Holiday glitz

Visit us on Instagram To be You; Facebook: To be You; e-mail inq.tobeyou@gmail.com Ode to Hollywood This gold velvet long dress is red-carpet ready. Top it off with a glittery shag jacket.   RETRO CHIC Go '70s with purple metallic cropped top and high-waist pants combo.   SHEER LUCK A sheer black lace top and a sequined bandeau make for an eye-catching evening look.   THINK GREEN Accessorize this green velvet dress with layered necklaces.   FLAPPER GIRL This gold fringe dress requires minimal accessories. It's a standout on its own. Photography Toff Tiozon Styling Luis Carlo San Juan Makeup Sari Campos for Makeup Forever Hair...Keep on reading: Holiday glitz.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 16th, 2018