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In Focus: Into Food Writing, Photography, And Styling? Let This Pinay Making It In Italy Be Your Peg

Rowena Dumlao-Giardina tells her story through beautiful food and photos.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource: abscbn abscbnJan 11th, 2018

Vettel puts Singapore crash behind him to focus on Malaysia

em>By Jerome Pugmire, Associated Press /em> SEPANG, Malaysia (AP) — Sebastian Vettel is wasting no energy in his title fight with Lewis Hamilton. After blowing pole position by causing a crash at the Singapore GP two weeks ago, the Ferrari driver threw away a golden chance to regain the championship lead from Lewis Hamilton. It put him 28 points behind Hamilton with six races to go, starting with this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix. But speaking on Thursday, Vettel said he has already cast it from his mind. 'I'm not too fussed about the amount of points. It doesn't change anything for how we tackle the last races,' Vettel said. 'It's part of racing. Not much point looking at it over and over again, your energy is best spent looking forward.' Vettel said he 'moved on' within two days of the incident. However, he does concede that the last two races in Italy — where he finished third — and Singapore were below par for a team of Ferrari's high standards. 'If you look at the last two races, we're not happy and we're not proud of them,' said Vettel, who has won four times in Malaysia. Mercedes has the upper hand and Vettel's margin for error is increasingly small. He can ill afford another blip in Malaysia, where the intense heat and stifling humidity make it one of Formula One's toughest races. Singapore offered some respite, since it was a night race, but this one is raced in afternoon heat with 80 percent humidity. Cockpit temperatures reach around 50 Celsius (120 Fahrenheit). 'It's like being in a sauna. We have all of our gear on and the car is hot as well,' Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas said. 'The seat itself is warm, and then we're surrounded in the cockpit by the electrical boxes.' Drivers can expect to shed 5 percent of their body weight in fluid loss. 'Fatigue sets in,' Bottas added. 'It's more difficult to be consistent and, in the very worst cases, you can develop cramps or even problems with your vision.' The undulating 5.5-kilometer (3.4-mile) track — a mixture of long straights and quick, sweeping corners — is also one of the most challenging, and enjoyable, for drivers. Many are sad that the Sepang International circuit is hosting its final race. 'They are taking away the toughest, if not the toughest race of the season,' Hamilton said. 'It is sad to think this is our last race at Sepang.' Neither Vettel nor Hamilton have fond memories of last year, however, with both failing to finish the race as Red Bull clinched a 1-2 with Ricciardo holding off Max Verstappen. Vettel could use a helping hand from Red Bull now. Red Bull has been improving in recent weeks and looked strong in Singapore qualifying, placing both cars ahead of Hamilton and Bottas. Ricciardo appears particularly strong, with his second-place finish in Singapore earning him a seventh podium position in the past 10 races. Without a troublesome gearbox, the Australian might even have challenged for the win. On a track that suits Red Bull well, a similar grid position on Sunday would be ideal for Vettel — providing he can avoid crashing again. That Vettel finds himself in a chess-like scenario is much of his own making, and he must still be waking up at night with cold sweats thinking of Singapore. He made a sloppy error of judgment heading into Turn 1, taking out his Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen and Verstappen — both of whom could realistically have denied Hamilton a podium finish and crucial points. Understandably, given that it has not won a driver's championship since Raikkonen's title in 2007, Ferrari was not impressed. Although Vettel deserves huge credit for turning the Prancing Horse into a contender again, he owes them a big performance here, and Hamilton is bracing himself for a strong response. 'Greats generally bounce back, so I have to anticipate this weekend he'll bounce back,' Hamilton said. 'He's a four-time world champion.' .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 29th, 2017

Sweet deal: Nestle sells U.S. candy to Ferrero for $2.8B

GENEVA, Switzerland – Nestle said Tuesday, January 16, it has agreed to sell its US candy business to Italy's Ferrero for CHF 2.7 billion ($2.8 billion/2.3 billion euros) in cash as the Swiss food giant shakes up its product portfolio. Ferrero, known for its Tic Tac, Nutella and Ferrero Rocher brands but ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 17th, 2018

Island sculpture park opening in French Mediterranean

A sculpture park and exhibition space are slated to open on the French island of Porquerolles at the start of the summer season, showcasing the contemporary art holdings of the collector Edouard Carmignac. The Carmignac Collection consists of nearly 300 works, with a focus on American art from the 1960s-80s, including works by Warhol, Lichtenstein and Basquiat. The 20th and 21st centuries are represented through works by Gerard Richter, De Kooning, Raysse and Ed Ruscha, as well as Chinese artist Zhang Huan, Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai and Ghanaian sculptor El Anatsui, while fine art photography and photojournalism are also included in the collection. Visitors to the Fren...Keep on reading: Island sculpture park opening in French Mediterranean.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 13th, 2018

Binondo Trip – Manila Picture

A food / foot trip with my college buddies Image published by Krista Garcia on 2013-01-25 12:31:41 and used under Creative Commons license. Tagged: , binondo , manila , philippines , city , history , street photography link: Binondo Trip – Manila Picture.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJan 9th, 2018

Indigenous sports to get more attention from PSC

Indigenous sports will get more focus from the Philippine Sport Commission this year as Chairman William "Butch" Ramirez announced that the agency shall continue to conduct the Indigenous Games in more areas around the country during the PSC’s Directional Meeting, which started Monday. Commissioner Charles Raymond Maxey, oversight commissioner for the Indigenous Games, proposed the institutionalization of the project by making it a regular item in the annual plans and programs of the agency.  This was outrightly approved by the members of the board who were all present in the said meeting. “The law mandates us to nurture our culture.  This is a perfect way to merge sports and culture.” Ramirez explained.  Ramirez cited the late Mona Sulaiman, a Cotabato native who made her mark in athletics during the 60’s, Bana Sailani, a Badjao who won bronze in three Asian Games, and Jason Balabal, an Igorot who is a Southeast Asian Games gold medalist, among those athlete achievers who hailed from different indigenous groups. The first events of the Indigenous Games’ 2018 edition will be held in Mindanao for the first quarter of the year.  Events in Visayas and Luzon will follow in the next quarters. Maxey explained that the IG is aimed to promote the rich cultural heritage of our indigenous people as well as preserve their traditional sports and games. The games were held last year in Ifugao as part of the gender equality program of the PSC under the Office of Commissioner Celia Kiram......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 8th, 2018

Binondo Trip – Manila Picture

A food / foot trip with my college buddies Image published by Krista Garcia on 2013-01-25 12:31:41 and used under Creative Commons license. Tagged: , binondo , manila , philippines , city , history , street photography link: Binondo Trip – Manila Picture.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJan 6th, 2018

5 Bad Foods that Are Actually Good for Your Body

You’ll hear all the time that you should eat certain foods. At one time, fat was the demon of all food groups, and then the focus turned to carbs. Now the focus is on how... The post 5 Bad Foods that Are Actually Good for Your Body appeared first on MetroCebu News......»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsJan 1st, 2018

HEADS UP: 10 sporting events to watch out for in 2018

2017 has come and gone, and it delivered some exciting sporting moments that has every sports fan clamoring for more. Worry not, though, as 2018 looks primed to satisfy even the most die-hard Pinoy sports aficionado with its bevy of local and international sporting events. Let's welcome the upcoming year with 10 of the most exciting sporting events to watch out for this 2018.   NCAA 93 & UAAP 80 VOLLEYBALL The cagers are out, and the spikers are in. Volleyball season begins this January 4 with NCAA season 93, followed by the 81st season of the UAAP this February. NCAA volleybelles are once again ready to take center court, and the defending women's champion Arellano University Lady Chiefs, led by heavy hitters Jovie Prado and Regine Arocha are banking on their undisputed team play to propel them to another title. Playing inspired volleyball throughout the season, the Lady Chiefs stunned the thrice-to-beat San Sebastian Lady Stags in the Finals last year, ultimately ending Grethcel Soltones' collegiate career with a dud. Rising stars like San Beda's Ces Racraquin, JRU's Karen Montojo also make the upcoming NCAA volleyball season worth waiting for. UAAP volleyball begins a month later the NCAA tournament, but expect the field to be even more tumultuous. With no clear-cut number 2 team to challenge the two-time defending champions DLSU Lady Spikers, it will be a toss-up against basically the other seven schools to step up. Dangerous squads include the much-improved Adamson Lady Falcons, last year's pleasant surprise UST, the dynastic Ateneo Lady Eagles, and the intact NU Lady Bulldogs and FEU Lady Tamaraws. NBA ALL-STAR GAME & 2018 NBA FINALS The annual showcase of the NBA's brightest stars just got a major revamp. That's right, the league has done away with the traditional East-West teams, and will now have a playground-type pool selection of players between its two captains when the exhibition tips off in Los Angeles. This raises a lot of interesting questions: Will the captains pick their teammates or will they go with a more controversial pick and select a rival? Will we able to know the order of the draft? Will this actually work in making the game better? While answers to those questions might not be answered until a few months, one thing's for sure, the NBA Finals, the spectacle that actually counts, will be epic. Will we be treated to Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers Pt. 4? Or will another squad swoop in to spoil the party? The league has indeed improved, with surprising teams like the Milwaukee Bucks, the Indiana Pacers, the Detroit Pistons out in the East already staking claim to playoff spots, and the Wild, Wild, West staying true to its monicker. The Houston Rockets and the perennial powerhouse San Antonio Spurs are still the favorites to pull the rug under the Warriors, while the Oklahoma City Thunder is right behind. Either way, with months of hoops already invested in it, the NBA Finals will surely be another explosive one, as it always is.   HOMECOMING QUEEN Alyssa Valdez spent the majority of 2017 overseas, spreading her wings in Taiwan with volleyball club Attack Line. This 2018 though, The Phenom plans on staying in the Philippines, armed with two year’s worth of international experience to focus on her home club team in the Creamline Cool Smashers.  "Next year, I'm planning to focus sa Creamline. Just this year, I travelled a lot talaga. They supported me throughout, esepcially doon sa National Team stint ko. They sacrificed a lot for me talaga. I think I have to focus sa team ko talaga,” she said last week.Alyssa Valdez just got scarier.   PINOY HOOP DREAMS: REMY MARTIN, KOBE PARAS  Two proudly Pinoy ballers based in the U.S. set out this 2018 to continue shooting for our island nation’s humble hoop dreams. Kobe Paras is still serving residency this 2017-2018 season with the California State University-Northridge Matadors, but his development is sure to be a joy to watch. The 6’6” Pinoy swingman accomplished a tour of duty with Gilas Pilipinas earlier in the year, and many Pinoys saw why we should all be excited about high-flying forward. Remy Martin, a 5’11” point guard dazzled in his first few games with the Arizona State Sun Devils, with his athleticism, explosiveness and feisty defense. The Filipino-American cager is proud of his roots and hopes to represent flag and country with Gilas Pilipinas in the future.   WHO (OR WHAT) IS NEXT FOR MANNY PACQUIAO? The never-ending saga of what’s next for Manny Pacquiao looks like it'll seep into 2018.  Following a rather controversial loss to Australian boxer Jeff Horn, Pacquiao has been “courting” the likes of Floyd Mayweather Jr. for a rematch, even taking to Instagram to ”greet” MMA superstar Conor McGregor before finally admitting that he’s been in talks with the Irish fighter’s camp. Whether he actually retires from boxing for good, or takes on another foe in the squared circle, one thing’s for sure: we’ll all have our eyes on Manny Pacquiao’s next move.   2018 WORLD CUP RUSSIA™ After four years, the best of world football will once again converge, this time in Russia to crown the Kings of the beautiful sport. The stage is set, the groups are finalized, and the 32 squads are promising the best 30-day football extravaganza in the hopes of dethroning defending champions Germany this June. Some group stage clashes to look out for are Germany vs Mexico, England vs Belgium, Portugal vs Spain, to name a few. June couldn’t come soon enough.   CHRISTIAN STANDHARDINGER'S PBA DEBUT No PBA rookie has probably come into the league as pro-ready as the Filipino-German standout Christian Standhardinger. The 6’9” big man was the consensus top overall pick of the 2017 PBA draft, and was also at the center of the controversial trade that sent Kia Picanto’s rights to the number 1 selection to the already-dominant San Miguel. While the trade did go down, so did former commissioner Chito Narvasa. Standhardinger’s entry to the PBA has come at a cost, but San Miguel is more than ready to wait one more conference to bulk up their already stacked squad. Seeing Standharinger play alongside 6’11” center and reigning MVP June Mar Fajardo, versatile forward Arwind Santos, and the Beermen’s bevy of guards in Alex Cabagnot, Marcio Lassiter, and Chris Ross, is definitely a sight to see, just look at how he's tearing it up in the ASEAN Basketball League.    2018 ASIAN GAMES INDONESIA The Philippines’ less than stellar performance at the 2017 Southeast Asian Games was met with widespread flak. Not directed at our athletes however, but aimed at our sports development and governing body for its subpar work in getting our sports representatives ready. While the 2018 Asian Games isn’t so far away, a handful of Pinoy medalists from the SEA Games are going into the continental meet with high hopes. After dominating the SEA Games’ triathlon event, our Filipino endurance athletes, led by gold medalists Kim Mangrobang, and Nikko Huelgas, are once again primed to take home hardware. Marathoner Mary Joy Tabal, and boxers John Marvin, and Eumir Marcial, all gold medalists at Malaysia, are all bright spots that could soon unravel into full-fledged stars come 2018.   GILAS PILIPINAS IN THE FIBA WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS It’s official, basketball is coming home to the Philippines this 2023 by way of the FIBA World Cup, but Gilas Pilipinas will first have to try its luck in the 2019 meet. After dealing with Chinese Taipei and Japan this 2017 for a perfect 2-0 slate in the qualifiers, Gilas Pilipinas still has to face the Japanese anew, and the powerhouse Australian team early in 2018. A good showing against these squads will help Gilas strengthen its bid to international basketball’s biggest stage before we actually host the event in six years’ time.   UAAP 81 BASKETBALL UAAP season 80 just came to an end, but the next season just got way more interesting. Aside from the title defense of the intact Ateneo Blue Eagles and their ongoing rivalry with La Salle, a certain move by a coach has shaken up the league. With Aldin Ayo reportedly accepting the job as the new head coach of the struggling University of Sto. Tomas, we might just be witnesses to the rebirth of the once proud basketball program under the fiery mentor. That, and the way the DLSU Green Archers can adjust from the departure of Ayo and former two-time MVP Ben Mbala, key cogs to their season 79 championship run. The tight race for the MVP award will also be one to watch, with Mbala gone, it’s up to the local stars to step up to the challenge......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 31st, 2017

8 Mindful Tips to Help You Stick to Your 2018 Goals

Here at Preen, we're fully aware that adult life doesn't always go as smoothly (and look as beautiful) as curated Instagram feeds. We all face challenges amidst all the good things. Meet Mikka Wee, a former food editor-turned-working gal in Singapore, who's about to share all the ups and downs that come with adulting and living. Welcome to Bless This Mess! What do the last few days of your 2017 look like? To me, it's been a mix of slight panic and "keeping it together." I'd look at my calendar, gasp because 2018 starts THIS MONDAY (!!!), and I still haven't lost the weight I wanted to lose or save the money I wanted to save. I've also been putting off some personal writing projec...Keep on reading: 8 Mindful Tips to Help You Stick to Your 2018 Goals.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 30th, 2017

Chefs who made 2017 an exciting year for Philippine gastronomy

  Filipino chefs have been making big waves in the culinary arena. In the local scene, there are a good number---both well-known and budding ones---who have made significant contributions and impact this yearthat made our dining experience extra-exciting. Inquirer Lifestyle cites some of them.   Josh Boutwood His much-talked about private dining restaurant, The Test Kitchen, is solid proof of his exceptional skill in creating ingenious dishes in multicourse meals. It is here where he unleashes his creative culinary energy that has enhanced his place in the food scene. He plays around with fresh ingredients and garnishes them with interesting elements, such...Keep on reading: Chefs who made 2017 an exciting year for Philippine gastronomy.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 28th, 2017

Lifestyle center, food hall entice vacationers to new Boracay hotel

A game-changing hotel has just opened in the most popular beach destination in the Philippines. Hue Boracay held its grand opening in October, the second hotel to be opened by Hue Hotels and Resorts. Located in Station 2, White Beach, the hotel sets itself apart in the island by having its own lifestyle center. Station X The retail center, called Station X, houses a number of restaurants and shops, making the resort a veritable self-contained locale. Station X is full of foodie finds and unique island knickknacks. "We wanted to bring the vibrancy [of the island] to Hue Boracay, so that the only reason guests leave the hotel is for the beach," says Hue Hotels and Resorts m...Keep on reading: Lifestyle center, food hall entice vacationers to new Boracay hotel.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 22nd, 2017

This Quick Cake Recipe Is Your Answer to Christmas Dessert

Bet you were expecting another "how to prepare ham fornoche buena" article today, weren't you? Nope, we wanted to change up the holiday food picks for you. We know that not everyone has the time to prepare a feast from scratch. People would opt for quick recipes or just order meals for theirnoche buena. While others are on the lookout for more variety in their Christmas dinner. With those in mind, why not whip up a mug cake for everyone? There are many perks in making mug cakes: They're quick and easy to do, you can customize them, and you can make one for each guest. Convinced yet? No? Then you should watch and read our three-ingredient recipe below. Red Velvet Mug Cake ...Keep on reading: This Quick Cake Recipe Is Your Answer to Christmas Dessert.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 22nd, 2017

The Headlines So Far in the 2017-18 NBA Season

The new NBA season is still in its early stages, but it feels like we’re already in the thick of things with so much happening already. Luck of the Irish The Celtics, despite losing Gordon Hayward to a season-ending injury, currently have the best record in the league and own the longest winning streak so far this year with 16 games won consecutively. Kyrie Irving and Al Horford have been leading the charge, with young guns Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum upping their game. It certainly won’t be surprising to see them secure the top seed in the East this season if their remarkable play continues. Steve Kerr even declared the Celtics as the East’s “team of the future.” International Beasts of the East Giannis Antetokounmpo is already staking his claim as the league’s MVP, averaging nearly 30 points a game at a very efficient 55% clip as of this writing. With Eric Bledsoe assisting with ball-handling duties, the young Buck’s play is only bound to get better. Remember, Antetokounmpo still hasn’t even developed an outside shot yet. Imagine what the Greek Freak can do when he finally does. Kristaps Porzingis has also been unleashed in New York after the departure of Carmelo Anthony and Phil Jackson. The Latvian big man has been on a roll, taking advantage of an increased usage rate to average 27.3 points per game. The Knicks are exceeding expectations—The Playoffs doesn’t seem to be a far-fetched reality for them if Porzingis and the rest of the team can keep this up. After playing only 31 games last season, Joel Embiid has been making up for lost time. Along with Ben Simmons, the Cameroonian standout has been leading the Philadelphia to its best start in years, averaging 22.7 points and 11 boards. Additionally, Embiid has been posting roughly 2 blocks per game, and he says that he’s going to go for the Defensive Player of the Year Award this season. It looks like the Sixers fans’ are finally being rewarded for trusting the process. The Rookies Have Been Doing Work In his first season on the floor, Ben Simmons has been averaging 18. 7 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 7.6 assists per outing. And in almost every game, he’s been flirting with a triple-double. At this rate, it looks like he’s going to be the frontrunner in the Rookie of the Year race. Another solid performer is Jayson Tatum, who is one of the primary contributors in the Celtics’ stellar start. He’s been averaging an efficient 14.2 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 1.5 assist per game in around 30 minutes of play. From deep, Tatum has been drilling 48% of his threes. With his smart play, sometimes, it feels like we’re not watching a rookie. Kyle Kuzma, perhaps the biggest steal in this year’s draft class, is currently outperforming most rookies picked ahead of him, including fellow Laker and #3 draftee Lonzo Ball. Kuzma has been averaging 16.8 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 15 assists, and he’s shooting nearly 50% from the field and 36% from deep. While he still has a bit of work to do on the defensive end, he’s shaping up to be a cornerstone in LA’s post-Kobe era. Warriors still Super Team to Beat During the offseason, several teams secured major acquisitions to reinforce their lineups. The Cavs were able to reload with future Hall of Fame guards and versatile wings on board. OKC acquired two All-Stars in Paul George and Carmelo Anthony, but are still in the process of figuring things out. Minnesota was able to add Jimmy Butler to its young core. But despite the trades and signings, the Golden State Warriors remain the most “super” of the squads with the “super team” tag. After starting the season 1-2, the Warriors have regained their dominating form and are now back with their winning ways—and it seems that they won’t be slowing down anytime soon. Kevin Durant has been on a tear, but it’s Steph Curry that currently leads the team in points per game (25.5), steals per game (1.8), and in Player Efficiency Rating (27.6). He remains the fulcrum of Golden State’s offense, the man that won’t let the Dubs down. Steph Curry continues to perform at a high level because he depends on the World’s No. 1 Deodorant to stay cool and confident. The two-time MVP only trusts Rexona Ice Cool to help him fee dry and fresh all day, so he can be his best on the court, and even off it. It’ll be interesting to see if these stories and trends continue as we go along the new season. Stay tuned, hoops fans!  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 21st, 2017

In Focus: After Working At A BPO Firm And Writing For Sarah G, Kidwolf Finally Turns His Own Beat Up

This music producer proves that there is indeed method to his madness!.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 19th, 2017

Our decision struggles when we innovate

First of a four-part series The focus of the Asean leadership in 2018 is going to be on innovation, given the volatility and speed of the world we live in. With digital revolution making our world turn faster every day, not only is the attention span of our millennials much shorter, but so are the [...] The post Our decision struggles when we innovate appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsDec 14th, 2017

Making gift giving easy

AS THE holiday season really gets going, one starts to panic over the barely touched Christmas list. One of the easiest ways to remedy this it to give food — after all, who does not like a good chocolate or appreciate a fancy tea or olive oil. Even the much-maligned fruitcake has its fans. Here […] The post Making gift giving easy appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsDec 13th, 2017

Your guide to shopping at Artefino

The Artefino holiday pop-up bazaar ongoing at Rockwell is a good source of new artisanal finds and emerging design brands. So it's no surprise that start-up style entrepreneurs are making a killing. The lowly bayong becomes a fashion item with pearls by Jude is Jude. Fabric remnants turn into cushioned buttons for vests and stools by Good Luck, Humans. Artefino has also transformed into a showcase for a designer collection. Italy-trained Rhett Eala has produced a "Pinoy Chinoiserie" collection of floral hand-painted gazar skirts, shifts and blouses in printed brocade. On Dec. 18, creative director Luis Espiritu is launching his footwear collection in collaboration with ...Keep on reading: Your guide to shopping at Artefino.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 13th, 2017

UP players to skip PBA D-League, says Perasol

Fans of the University of the Philippines will have to wait a little bit longer before seeing the Fighting Maroons on the court anew. Coach Bo Perasol said that instead of playing in the upcoming PBA D-League season, he advised his core players to focus on their studies as they prepare for next year's run in UAAP Season 81. "I told them to focus on their second semester studies," he said in a text message Tuesday. Javi Gomez de Liao, who was picked by Wangs Basketball-Letran, and Jerson Prado, who was selected by Gamboa-St. Clare, were picked in the 10th round of the 2017 PBA D-League Draft, but Perasol said that the two won't be making their debut in the developmental leagu...Keep on reading: UP players to skip PBA D-League, says Perasol.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 12th, 2017

Italy s left rallies to warn of danger of fascism comeback

ROME — Italy's governing Democrats have led a rally to warn about fascism making a comeback in the nation, which had suffered under fascist dictator Benito M.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 9th, 2017

Will Pinay teenager win Hadid’s model search?

When Making a Model with Yolanda Hadid (MMWYH) premieres on the Lifetime Channel on Jan......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 1st, 2017