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Happy 10th Birthday to These Songs and Albums

There's always new music popping up left and right. Some from established artists we already love as well as from those up and coming. As much as we enjoy fresh tracks, it's also fun to reminisce the old ones. Like the songs and albums we would put on repeat in high school or college. For 2018, there are many albums turning 10 years old. From pop tracks to auto-tuned voices, 2008 was an interesting year for music. Today, let's travel back in time and listen to the songs we heard on the radio and saw on MTV. "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" by Beyonc Beyonc has accomplished a lot in the past decade like giving birth to three children and setting new performance standards with #B...Keep on reading: Happy 10th Birthday to These Songs and Albums.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerApr 20th, 2018

Andy Grammer’s one-night show in PH on June 7

Andy Grammer, the American singer-songwriter behind the pop hits "Fresh Eyes" and "Honey, I'm Good," will hold an intimate, one-night show on June 7 at the Music Museum, according to the local promoter Wilbros Live (call 891-9999 or 374-9999). The recording artist, who has three albums under his belt---"Andy Grammer," "Magazines or Novels" and "The Good Parts"---is the first pop act since John Mayer to have his first two singles enter the Top 10 of the Adult Pop Radio Charts. Jake Zyrus marks 25th birthday with a concert Singer Jake Zyrus is set to celebrate his 25th birthday and 10th year in show biz with a concert titled "Music & Me," which will be held on May 25 a...Keep on reading: Andy Grammer’s one-night show in PH on June 7.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 12th, 2018

Curry, Durant lead Warriors past Mavericks, end 2-game skid

By Janie McCauley, Associated Press OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Stephen Curry had 20 points, eight assists and seven rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors bounced back from a tough recent stretch to beat the Dallas Mavericks 121-103 on Thursday night (Friday, PHL time). Kevin Durant added 24 points, nine rebounds, four assists and two blocked shots while Draymond Green put up another impressive line: 12 points, 10 rebounds, six assists, two blocks and two steals. Dallas star Dirk Nowitzki had 16 points, 11 rebounds, season-high five steals and two blocks, while rookie Dennis Smith Jr. scored 22 points. Curry's pretty three-point play with 1:28 left in the third put the Warriors up 88-83, and once Golden State got going in transition the Mavericks couldn't keep up in what became a dunk fest. The Warriors began the fourth on a 14-5 tear. Despite another slow start, Golden State eventually found its groove and delivered all the big plays when it mattered. The defending champions had dropped three of four, including their worst defeat at home in Tuesday's (Wednesday, PHL time) 125-105 loss to the Thunder. Klay Thompson added 18 points, five rebounds and four assists on his 28th birthday. Durant dunked in transition on back-to-back possessions late in the second quarter, one off a steal he made, and Andre Iguodala also had a slam as the Warriors sent the game to halftime tied at 60. David West contributed 10 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in nearly 17 minutes for Golden State, which earned a 10th straight victory in the series. GREEN'S FINE AND FRONT TOOTH Green was fined $50,000 by the NBA for directing inappropriate and offensive language toward an official during the Oklahoma City loss. Green was ejected with 8:13 remaining after a second technical for arguing with the officials, specifically female referee Lauren Holtkamp. The NBA said the specific incident for which he was penalized occurred in the second quarter. On Thursday night (Friday, PHL timE), Green got hit with his 14th technical of the season — two away from an automatic suspension — in the second quarter for arguing after a delay of game warning. Green will wear clear braces for a couple of weeks after his front right tooth was knocked back in a collision with Russell Westbrook during Tuesday's (Wednesday, PHL time) loss. Green said dentists will monitor his tooth. "It hasn't died. Hopefully it stays alive," he said. TIP-INS Mavericks: Dallas signed guard Kyle Collinsworth for the rest of the season. He previously had a pair of 10-day contracts. "I'm very happy to have him back," coach Rick Carlisle said. "He's done some very good things since he's been with us. He's earned this opportunity. So, I'm happy for him. And I'm sure all of our guys are." ... F Harrison Barnes missed facing his former team as he sat out a second straight game with a sprained left ankle. ... The Mavericks were swept 4-0 in the season series. Warriors: In the first, Curry passed Sacramento's Vince Carter (2,082) for sole possession of seventh place on the NBA's all-time list for made three-pointers. ... Green became the 10th Warriors player in franchise history to reach 600 career steals. ... The Warriors avoided their first three-game skid since March 8-11 of last year when Durant was out with a left knee injury. ... Raiders WR Michael Crabtree sat courtside. UP NEXT Mavericks: Host Lakers on Saturday (Sunday, PHL time). Warriors: Host Spurs on Saturday (Sunday, PHL time)......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 9th, 2018

John Prats does a throwback to his “Ang TV” days

John Prats reminisced about his days as part of the "Ang TV" cast. Prats gave a throwback to his time as part of the children's cast for the afternoon gag-show Ang TV on an Instagram post on June 18. His caption featured the show's popular catchphrase, "4:30 na! Ang TV na!!!!!!" Fans who saw the post felt nostalgic about the now-defunct show. Instagram user iamvirgosign_08 noted how only "Batang 90s," or kids who grew up in the 90s, would be able to relate to the catchphrase as it's only they who could laugh at the jokes. Meanwhile, Prats surprised sister Camille with a cake for her birthday today. "Happy birthday lil sister! I love you soooo much," he wrote on the c...Keep on reading: John Prats does a throwback to his “Ang TV” days.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated News3 min. ago

Frustrated Mickelson swats moving ball with putter at Open

By Barry Wilner, Associated Press SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — Whether he ever wins a U.S. Open — and that prospect is increasingly bleak at age 48 — Phil Mickelson will be remembered for what happened on the 13th green at Shinnecock Hills on Saturday. Call it the Mickelson Meltdown. His bogey putt from above the hole ran by the cup and was headed down a slope when he ran over and swatted it back toward the hole as the ball was still moving. "Sometimes it gets a little goofy, sure," he said, "but it's all within the rules." Mickelson's shocking display in the third round earned him a 2-stroke penalty for breaking the rule against hitting a moving ball and led to a 10 on the hole, an 81 overall. He went from shooting a 69 to making the cut to falling apart so badly that playing partner Andrew Johnston called it "a moment of madness." "I've had multiple times where I've wanted to do that," Mickelson said, explaining he preferred the 2-stroke penalty to having to play the ball from off the green. "I just finally did." Saturday was Mickelson's 48th birthday, and there were good vibes everywhere early in his round. He was serenaded with "Happy Birthday" at nearly every green, and even after four consecutive bogeys the fans were supportive. "People here have been awesome, they made my birthday special," he said. Then came No. 13, where nothing was special — just outrageous. Mickelson jogged after the ball after it curled around the hole, realizing it was about to head down the other side of the green. His swat sent the ball off the hole. He then two-putted. With the 2-shot penalty, he was given a sextuple-bogey 10 that was the highest score on any hole at this U.S. Open, according to the USGA. "I've wanted to do that many times. I should have done it several times at Augusta on 15," he said. As he walked off the green, he could be seen smiling and talking to Johnston, who also was smiling. "I said, 'That is one of the strangest things I have ever seen' and started laughing, and said 'sorry' about laughing," said Johnston, a jovial Englishman with the nickname Beef. "He just laughed at me, he had no words to say. We just laughed. "It's something you might see at your club with your mates. It was strange, no one ever has those thoughts, it just happens." Mickelson's actions were reminiscent of John Daly hitting a moving ball at Pinehurst No. 2 in the 1999 U.S. Open. Daly was on No. 8 in the final round when he took an 11 on the hole and signed for an 81. He then said: "This is my last U.S. Open — ever. I've had it with the USGA and the way they run their tournaments." He was back the next year at Pebble Beach, where he pumped three shots into the Pacific Ocean on the famed 18th and hit another shot into someone's backyard. That made for a 14, a total of 83 in the first round, and a withdrawal. Another player who let things get to him was Kirk Triplett in 1998 at Olympic Club. On the 18th hole in the second round, Triplett stuck his putter in the ground as a backstop when his ball was headed back down from the hole. Mickelson, who has been a U.S. Open runner-up six times, most recently in 2013, was having a miserable time Saturday before reaching 13. He had those four consecutive bogeys before a par at the 12th. After three more pars following the meltdown, he bogeyed 17, then parred 18. Asked if people would find his actions on No. 13 disrespectful, Mickelson said: "It's meant to take advantage of the rules as best as you can. In that situation, I was just going back and forth. I would gladly take the two shots over continuing that display." As for walking off the green chuckling, he insisted: "How can you not laugh? It's funny." ___ AP Golf Writer Doug Ferguson, AP Columnist Tim Dahlberg, and Sports Writer Jimmy Golen contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 17th, 2018

Birthday news: Salah fit for Egypt s next World Cup match

By Hamza Hendawi, Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — Mohamed Salah celebrated his 26th birthday with a Chechen cake and the news that he will play in Egypt's next World Cup match. A statement from the Egyptian soccer association gave no details about his fitness except that the Liverpool striker participated fully in training Saturday in Grozny, the team's base in Russia's Chechnya region. Salah injured his left shoulder in the Champions League final last month, putting his World Cup in doubt. He was an unused substitute in Egypt's 1-0 loss to Uruguay on Friday — his birthday. "(His) condition is so much better," Egypt executive director Ihab Leheta said Saturday. "He was very upset after the Uruguay game. He thought he could have played and made a contribution." Fans and Chechnya's leadership tried to cheer him up, presenting Salah with a giant birthday cake. Salah smiled as he sang "Happy Birthday" with his teammates, team officials and hotel staff, but the brief celebration was visibly subdued and not everyone joined in. "We could have celebrated more," Leheta said, alluding to the loss to Uruguay. The brief celebration took place upon the team's arrival back in their Grozny hotel after the flight from Yekaterinburg, where they played their opening match. A video clip showed a cake coated in the colors of the Egyptian and Chechnya flags sitting on a table in the team's hotel lobby. Perched atop the cake was what appeared to be a replica of the golden boot won by Salah as the Premier League's top scorer this season. Egypt faces host Russia in St. Petersburg on Tuesday, and then takes on Saudi Arabia on June 25......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 17th, 2018

Ricci Rivero shows love to his fans in the south

After taking his talents north to the University of the Philippines, Ricci Rivero showed love for the south. Newest Fighting Maroon Rivero took time out of his schedule to meet and greet his loyal faithful on Saturday inside SM Dasmarinas in Cavite. “Maraming-maraming salamat sa kanilang lahat sa pagpunta rito,” he said. “Sila rin naman yung dahilan kaya gusto ko ipagpatuloy pa yung ginagawa ko.” All of them were there to celebrate with birthday boy Rivero who just celebrated his 20th year of life a day ago. All of them also sang him a happy birthday in unison. Maligayang bati raw sayo, @_ricciiirivero! pic.twitter.com/VVbrDNPeSY — Normie Riego (@riegogogo) May 26, 2018 Rivero is currently playing for the Gilas cadets in the 2018 Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup and he urged his fans present in the mall’s activity center to also troop to San Juan’s Filoil Flying V Centre. “Sana makapunta rin kayo dun para suportahan hindi lang ako, kundi pati yung Gilas,” he said. And now he has found where he will be continuing his collegiate career, UAAP Season 80 Mythical selection Rivero urged his fans to be one with UP’s fight......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 26th, 2018

UAAP: Kailangan ibalik ang character ng Lady Eagles -- Almadro

Bringing back the confidence, intensity and heart that brought success to the Lady Eagles in the past are the first order of business for new Ateneo de Manila University women’s volleyball head coach Oliver Almadro.    Formally named as replacement for Tai Bundit on Thursday, Almadro is expected to buckle down to business in the first week of June. Almadro puts his focus in bringing back the same fire that fueled the Lady Eagles in their UAAP Season 76 and 77 title conquests. After their back-to-back reign behind ace hitter Alyssa Valdez, prized setter Jia Morado and top libero Denden Lazaro, the Lady Eagles seemed to have lost the magic that made them the most popular collegiate team in this generation and ultimately fell short of making it into Season 80 Finals after six straight championship appearances.       “Unang-una siguro kailangang ibalik ko muna ang confidence nila kasi coming from sa pinaka-last game nila, kahit kami talo rin kami ng Finals, yung confidence bababa yun eh,” said Almadro, who steered the Blue Eagles to three-straight titles from Season 77 to 79 before relinquishing the crown to archrival National University. “Pero yun ang una, ibalik ang confidence.” The Lady Eagles finished third in Season 80 and were booted out by Far Eastern University in the Final Four.  “(Kailangan) ibalik ang intensity, ibalik yung playing with heart, yun muna. Yun ang kailangang ibalik muna, yung character nila as Lady Eagles,” Almadro said. “Hindi naman sinasabi ko na pangit ang end nila (sa Season 80). They still ended up in a podium finish but siyempre alam mo naman na ang Ateneo binabantayan ng marami and they are expecting a lot from them.” “Sabi ko let’s put back muna yung confidence, let’s put back muna yung chemistry, yung trust with each other and saka natin tingnan kung anong character ang kailangan i-build ng team,” added Almadro, who was replaced by longtime assistant coach Timmy Sto. Tomas in the men’s team.   Bringing a DLSU twist in Lady Eagles’ new system Almadro has been coaching volleyball for two decades and calling the shots for a women’s team is not new to the passionate and vocal mentor. For 10 years, Almadro worked as a deputy for De La Salle University Lady Spikers head coach Ramil De Jesus.  After his stint with the Taft-based squad, Almadro became the chief tactician of the Ateneo men’s team before transferring to NU. He returned to the Katipunan-based squad half a decade ago, bringing with him a dangerous scorer and all-around player in Marck Espejo. Now working on a different challenge of handling the Lady Eagles, who took the spotlight before the start of Season 80 with their ‘internal issues’ that went public, Almadro will be adopting a different approach. A deviation from the ‘happy, happy and heartstrong mantra’ used by Bundit. A no-nonsense coach like his former mentor, Almadro is leaning on using the formula that brought success to Ateneo’s bitter rival – his own twist to the system of the reigning three-peat champion Lady Spikers.   “Ire-recall ko na lang ulit kung ano yung nangyari sa La Salle, noong humawak pa ako ng women’s,” said Almadro. De Jesus has been known to instill strict discipline and Spartan-like training to the Lady Spikers. Almadro will be doing the same with the Lady Eagles.  “Pero sabi ko nga ang Ateneo Lady Eagles mababait naman ang mga yan. They are good followers. They are great athletes. Ang great athlete mate-test kung gaano sila kabilis maga-adjust,” he continued. Almadro will try to work on the power and speed of the Lady Eagles, who will have the core of Season 80 Best Setter Deanna Wong, Kat Tolentino, Ponggay Gaston and seniors Maddie Madayag and Bea De Leon, who are yet to commit to playing their swan songs. “Sa women’s sana madala ko yung bilis at yung power ng men’s. Yun sana ang maidagdag ko sa kanila,” he said. “Pero iba pa rin ang women’s eh. More on defense, more on variation pero ang importante volleyball naman yan eh. Ang importante lang maka-cope up with the system.”   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles      .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 24th, 2018

LOOK: Sam Milby marks 34th birthday with low-key dinner

Filipino-American actor Sam Milby marked his 34th birthday yesterday, May 23, with a low-key intimate dinner with his friends and loved ones. The heartthrob took to his Instagram page to share a series of photos from the cozy celebration, with him looking relaxed and very much happy. "Wasn't planning on celebrating at all but this was just right. Simple intimate dinner with people who have become my family," wrote Milby. "Thank you guys so much for making my bday special. And thank you to everyone who greeted me here on IG, twitter, personal messages... Felt the love. Salamat! (Thank you!)" Actor John Prats, a good friend of Milby, was one of the guests in the dinner. ...Keep on reading: LOOK: Sam Milby marks 34th birthday with low-key dinner.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 24th, 2018

Friends, kin offer songs, tributes to Angara at last night of wake in Baler

BALER, Aurora --- Relatives and friends paid their respects at the last wake of the late former Senate President Edgardo Angara hereon Mondaynight (May 21), a day before his burial. Angara's grandchild, Edgardo Manuel nicknamed Manolo, said the senator had "never missed a single celebration or milestone" in his life. "Today, as I mourn my lolo's passing on his ninth day, I celebrate my 14th birthday. This is the first birthday of mine to which he did not show up," Manolo said in his eulogy. Manolo described his grandfather as "gentle and loving," adding that the late senator would always find time to take him and his siblings "to be one with nature." According to Manolo, ...Keep on reading: Friends, kin offer songs, tributes to Angara at last night of wake in Baler.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 21st, 2018

Jake Zyrus: Size of concert venue no longer matters to me

  Jake Zyrus will celebrate his 26th birthday during his coming 10th anniversary concert, "Music & Me," on May 25 at the SM Skydome---a considerably smaller venue than the ones where he held court in the past, during the peak of his popularity as Charice. But it's a sensible choice for Jake, who---in a way---sees himself these days as someone just starting out again after deciding to become a trans man. "Real talk lang. Of course, we will go for something more realistic," the singer told the Inquirer at a recent press conference. "The size of a venue doesn't matter to me as much anymore," Jake insisted. "To be honest, singing at bigger places actually makes me more...Keep on reading: Jake Zyrus: Size of concert venue no longer matters to me.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 20th, 2018

Happiness makes hit songs

PARIS — Hit songs today are “happier,” more danceable and more likely to be sung by women than songs that fail to make it to the charts, a study into 30 years of musical evolution revealed Wednesday. But also it noted a somber trend: while people clearly prefer happy music, there is less and less […] The post Happiness makes hit songs appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMay 17th, 2018

People prefer happy music but sad songs trend over the past 30 years – study

Hit songs today are "happier", more danceable, and more likely to be sung by women than songs that fail to make it to the charts, a study into 30 years of musical evolution revealed on Wednesday.   But it also noted a somber trend: while people clearly prefer happy music, there is less and less of it. "More and more unhappy songs are being released each year," a research team from the University of California Irvine reported in the journal Royal Society Open Science.   Overall, they found that "happiness" and "brightness" in music has declined, "while 'sadness' increased in the last 30 years or so". But hit tunes defy the trend, and tend to be "much" h...Keep on reading: People prefer happy music but sad songs trend over the past 30 years – study.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 16th, 2018

Jake Zyrus celebrates birthday, 10th year in showbiz with a concert

Singer Jake Zyrus gears up for a special night with his fans as he celebrates his birthday and 10th year in show business with a concert at the SM northThe post Jake Zyrus celebrates birthday, 10th year in showbiz with a concert appeared first on DZRH News......»»

Category: newsSource:  dzrhnewsRelated NewsMay 15th, 2018

Jake Zyrus to celebrates birthday, 10th year in showbiz with a concert

Singer Jake Zyrus gears up for a special night with his fans as he celebrates his birthday and 10th year in show business with a concert at the SM northThe post Jake Zyrus to celebrates birthday, 10th year in showbiz with a concert appeared first on DZRH News......»»

Category: newsSource:  dzrhnewsRelated NewsMay 14th, 2018

Lea focuses on folk songs in new album

TONY AWARD-winning singer/actress Lea Salonga has released her 10th studio album, Bahaghari (“rainbow” in Filipino) featuring Filipino folk songs. The 15-track album described as a “cultural celebration in the age of globalization,” includes well-loved folk songs such as “Atin Cu Pung Singsing,” “Paru-parong Bukid,” “Ili ili Tulog Anay,” and “Pamulinawen,” among others. “The music in […] The post Lea focuses on folk songs in new album appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMay 10th, 2018

Roxas City mayor now a senior citizen

MAYOR Angel Alan B. Celino is officially a senior citizen and he looks forward to enjoying the privileges of his age. “I’m happy for my age of 60 while both my father and mother are still alive at the age of 88,” Celino said during his birthday party evening of May 5, 2018 at Hotel […] The post Roxas City mayor now a senior citizen appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsMay 7th, 2018

1D still a big part of Harry Styles evident in PH concert

A concert's impact largely depends on the strength of its repertoire. Thus, the most gratifying of music gigs are usually delivered by artists who already have a couple of studio albums or a string of hits under their belts.   Harry Styles doesn't have that privilege yet---something he humbly acknowledged when he brought his world tour to the SM Mall of Asia Arena last Tuesday.   "I only have 10 songs to my name," the British singer-songwriter said, referring to the tracks on his eponymous debut solo album.   To reinforce his set, what he was going to do, he said, was play "some old ones." And by which, he meant the hits of One Direction, the boy band...Keep on reading: 1D still a big part of Harry Styles evident in PH concert.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 5th, 2018

Madrid wins with Ronaldo rested for Champions League semis

By Tales Azzoni, Associated Press MADRID (AP) — Real Madrid rested Cristiano Ronaldo and other regulars for the Champions League and still got the win it needed to stay in contention for second place in the Spanish league. Gareth Bale and Borja Mayoral scored first-half goals as Madrid defeated Leganes 2-1 on Saturday to move within a point of second-place Atletico Madrid, which plays at Alaves on Sunday. Ronaldo and captain Sergio Ramos weren't included for the match at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, while Marcelo, Luka Modric and Lucas Vazquez stayed on the bench. Madrid defeated Bayern Munich 2-1 in Germany last week to take the edge going into Tuesday's second leg of the Champions League semifinals at the Bernabeu. Madrid is trying to return to the European final for the fourth time in five seasons. Bale and Karim Benzema, who didn't start in the first leg against Bayern, were in the lineup against Leganes. Casemiro was the only player to start in both matches. "I'm happy with the attitude of my players, it was exemplary," Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said. "The first half was phenomenal." Darko Brasanac scored midway through the second half for Leganes, which earlier this season eliminated Madrid in the Copa del Rey quarterfinals. The southern Madrid club dropped to 16th in the 20-team standings and is not fully clear of relegation with three matches left. Leganes midfielder Gabriel Pires was sent off in injury time. Barcelona needs a draw at relegation-threatened Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday to win its third La Liga in four seasons. "We can't be happy with how things unfolded in La Liga," Zidane said. "We lost too many points in the beginning." Madrid has a game in hand, at Sevilla. Sevilla coach Vincenzo Montella was fired on Saturday because of poor results, and replaced by Joaquin Caparros, who coached the team in the early 2000s. VILLARREAL WINS Villarreal strengthened its grip on sixth place and a Europa League spot by defeating Celta Vigo 4-1 at home thanks to a first-half hat trick by Carlos Bacca. The win gave Villarreal a six-point gap to seventh-place Sevilla, which holds the final Europa berth. Villarreal is two points behind fifth-place Real Betis, which hosts last-place Malaga on Monday. Villarreal has a game in hand, at Barcelona. BASQUE DERBY Real Sociedad defeated Basque Country rival Athletic Bilbao 3-1 to keep alive its chances of earning a Europa League spot. The host took advantage of two own-goals by Athletic defender Mikel San Jose. Mikel Oyarzabal also scored for Sociedad, while Raul Garcia put Athletic on the board by converting a second-half penalty kick when his team already trailed by three goals. Sociedad midfielder Ruben Pardo was sent off near the end only a few minutes after being substituted in. Sociedad moved to 10th place, two points from Sevilla in the Europa League qualification zone. ESPANYOL DRAWS Espanyol was unable to secure its salvation after being held at home by already relegated Las Palmas 1-1. A victory would have been enough for Espanyol to stay in the first division, but it needs to hope Deportivo La Coruna loses points against leader Barcelona at home on Sunday to be able to guarantee its salvation this weekend. Espanyol is 12 points in front of Clarence Seedorf's Deportivo, the first team inside the relegation zone. There will be three rounds left after this weekend. Espanyol is winless in seven games and had lost four in a row entering the weekend......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 29th, 2018

Neil Arce pens sweet birthday message for girlfriend Angel Locsin

MANILA, Philippines – Angel Locsin celebrated her birthday on Monday, April 23 and boyfriend Neil Arce shared his birthday message for the actress on Instagram. In the post, he wrote: "Happy Birthday my Love! You’ve lived your life making sure everyone around you is happy and well. You truly deserve ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 25th, 2018

James Yap posts sweet birthday message for Bimby

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bhv3wqBH5Gi/?taken-by=jamesyap18   James Yap gave a short but heartfelt message for his son Bimby Aquino Yap who just celebrated his 11th birthday on April 19.     In his Instagram post on Thursday, he assured Bimby that he would always be there for him even if they don't each other often.     "Happy birthday Bimb! I miss you and think about you everyday. Alam ko na ang tagal na natin di nakapagspend ng time together, at di nagkikita, but i want you to know that I'm always here for you. I will always be your papa. I hope you enjoy your birthday!" he wrote.   Yap now has a new family with Italian girlf...Keep on reading: James Yap posts sweet birthday message for Bimby.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 19th, 2018