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Sam Concepcion speaks up on rumored romance with Kiana Valenciano

Sam Concepcion speaks up on rumored romance with Kiana Valenciano.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsAug 27th, 2016

Jaguars hire Marrone, bring back Coughlin, extend Caldwell

MARK LONG, AP Sports Writer br /> Jacksonville's coaching search landed someone from its past and present. The Jaguars can only hope the old-school combination leads to better results in the future. Owner Shad Khan hired Doug Marrone as head coach Monday and brought back Tom Coughlin to oversee football operations. Marrone replaces Gus Bradley, who was fired in late November after going 14-48 in three-plus seasons. The Jaguars (3-13) also gave general manager Dave Caldwell a two-year contract extension. So Marrone, Coughlin and Caldwell are now signed through 2019, giving the new regime a three-year window to, at the very least, make Jacksonville relevant in the AFC South. 'I have confidence that one day soon we'll look back on today's news as the moment that inspired and ultimately established the Jacksonville Jaguars as a football team that wins, week to week and season to season,' Khan said in a statement. 'The results will speak for themselves in time, but with Tom coming in to join Dave and Doug, there is no question the Jacksonville Jaguars are a stronger football team today.' Marrone and Caldwell will report to Coughlin, meaning Jacksonville's first coach is now in charge and will have final say in personnel decisions. Marrone is the fifth head coach in franchise history, following Coughlin (1995-2002), Jack Del Rio (2003-11), Mike Mularkey (2012) and Bradley (2013-16). 'I think Doug has earned the respect of the offensive players, and I'm excited for him to get this opportunity and the direction of this team,' quarterback Blake Bortles told AP in a text message. Coughlin, a winner of two Super Bowls in 12 seasons with the New York Giants, will serve as executive vice president of football operations. Coughlin, who led the Jaguars to four playoff appearances in his first five years, will have final say in the NFL draft and in free agency. Caldwell has been the primary decision maker in all personnel moves the last four years. 'I am honored to welcome Tom Coughlin back to Jacksonville, where winning was customary under his leadership,' Khan said. 'I know he expects the same in his return to head our football operations, and that's good news for us and Jaguars fans everywhere. The extension of Dave Caldwell's contract speaks to his excellent work thus far and the continued importance of complementing our talented and promising roster.' Khan, who hired Jed Hughes of Korn Ferry International to help with the search, also interviewed Atlanta offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, Tampa Bay defensive coordinator Mike Smith, New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and Arizona offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin for the head coaching job. He ended up keeping Marrone, who served as Jacksonville's interim coach for the final two games. The Jaguars won one and blew a late lead in the season finale at Indianapolis. Players seemed to rally around him, but after the loss to the Colts, rookie cornerback Jalen Ramsey said a 'complete flip will serve us good.' Marrone and Coughlin could provide that. They surely will bring a different vibe, a much more disciplined approach that will put more emphasis on winning games than Bradley did. 'I can see what they're doing,' veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis told AP. 'These are good moves for a young team, a team that needs to be held to a certain standard. Marrone's a good man. He's good for the culture. 'It's not like we're bringing in a brand new coach and he's going to wipe the face of the earth of everything we've built.' Marrone likely will keep offensive coordinator Nate Hackett, providing some stability for the inconsistent Bortles. The 2014 first-round draft pick has had three play callers in three seasons. Marrone has been Jacksonville's assistant head coach/offensive line coach since January 2015. He joined the team after two seasons as Buffalo's head coach. He guided the Bills to a 15-17 record before opting out of his contract because of uncertainty over potential organizational changes. The Bills went 9-7 in Marrone's second season in 2014, the franchise's only winning record since 2004. The 70-year-old Coughlin led the Jaguars to a 68-60 record in eight seasons. Coughlin resigned last January after a dozen years with the Giants, but made it clear he wanted to return to the NFL. He served as a senior adviser to the league's football operations department this season. 'He's got so much experience on myself or on any coach that we have in this building and he's a great individual, so I think you can always learn from people,' Caldwell said after Bradley was fired. 'There's always a place for knowledge.' .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 9th, 2017

London relaunches its menswear fashion week, Brexit casts shadow

London relaunches its menswear fashion week, Brexit casts shadow.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsJan 8th, 2017

5 questions for a new year, starting with Tiger Woods

br /> DOUG FERGUSON, AP Golf Writer   KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) — The new year in golf is consumed by an old topic, this time with a twist. Instead of wondering when (or if) Tiger Woods will play, the question now is how will he play? And here's another question: Who ever imagined a time when the guys he beat for so many years would be rooting for him to play better? 'I think we've proved that golf does not need Tiger to be successful,' Brandt Snedeker said last month in the Bahamas. 'That being said, golf is better when Tiger is around. I don't think we need Tiger necessarily any more. We all want Tiger. I think golf is a better product, it's better TV and I want to see Tiger play again. It's fun. You see the crowds he brings and he still has an innate ability to do something only a couple of guys can do.' No one commands attention like Woods. The biggest problem for golf might be battling the perception that it matters only when Woods is playing. Compared with last year, that's a nice problem to have. There remains a battle for supremacy, minus any talk about a 'Big Three.' Europe has to face a Midwestern crowd, this time in the Solheim Cup. Two of the majors are going to courses that have never held one — Erin Hills for the U.S. Open, Quail Hollow for the PGA Championship. The first tee shot of the year is Thursday. Answers to a few topics will take months to sort out. TIGER WOODS By most accounts, Woods made a successful return in the Bahamas, except for the one that matters. He finished in 15th place out of 17 players and 14 shots out of the lead. But it was a start, and a healthy one. The best bet is that Woods will return at Torrey Pines at the end of the month, and with each event, the measure will shift form his health to his score. Jack Nicklaus is mostly curious about his motivation, and he speaks from experience. Nicklaus won his 16th and 17th majors at age 40, and he refers to his final major in the 1986 Masters as 'an accident in many ways.' 'It's really difficult when you've had as much success as I had over a long period of time to charge your batteries, day after day, and go back out and say, 'Man, I want to do this again.' That's what he's going to have to do,' Nicklaus said. 'Whether he can do that or not, I don't know. That's going to be the question.' THE BATTLE FOR NO. 1 Jordan Spieth started last year at No. 1, won three times and fell to No. 5. Spieth, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy were separated by 0.76 points of their world ranking average going into last year, so some movement was inevitable. Day has been at No. 1 since the end of the March, and while there is slightly more separation at the top, there are a half-dozen players or more who could end 2017 at No. 1. McIlroy came on strong at the end of the year. Dustin Johnson won the U.S. Open and was the PGA Tour player of the year. Henrik Stenson won his first major and became a threat every time he teed it up. Hideki Matsuyama ended last year by winning four of his last five tournaments. A different player has finished No. 1 for the eighth consecutive year. Odds are this will be the ninth. MAJOR MYSTERIES No one knows what to expect at the U.S. Open for the second time in three years. The USGA took golf's second-oldest championship to Chambers Bay in the Pacific Northwest in 2015, and now heads to Erin Hills in the middle of Wisconsin. The last time the U.S. Open went to two courses in a three-year span that had never held a professional major was Hazeltine (1970) and Pebble Beach (1972). Then again, Pebble had been around since 1919 and hosted the U.S. Amateur four times. Erin Hills opened in 2006. The PGA Championship is going to Quail Hollow, the North Carolina club's first time holding a major, though it has held the Wells Fargo Championship since 2003. CUPS RUNNETH OVER The Americans will be going for a third straight victory in the Solheim Cup when it goes to Iowa this summer. Nothing brings out passion in team golf quite like the United States vs. Europe. The Presidents Cup also holds some intrigue. The International team has lost six straight times and has won only once since the Presidents Cup began in 1994. More pressure would seem to be on U.S. captain Steve Stricker, not only because the Americans haven't lost since 1998, but because he is the likely Ryder Cup captain for 2020 at Whistling Straits in his native Wisconsin. Speaking of Ryder Cup captains, expect the next American skipper to be named next week. But those matches are two years away. WHAT WILL PHIL DO NEXT? Phil Mickelson was runner-up at a major for the third straight year since his last victory, which was the 2013 British Open at Muirfield for his fifth major. The focus, as always, will be whether Lefty can complete the career Grand Slam at the U.S. Open. At age 46, and having gone through two hernia operations in the offseason, it would seem a victory anywhere would suffice. Mickelson, however, shouldn't be ruled out after last year. He made 10 birdies in a Ryder Cup singles match against Sergio Garcia. He shot 267 at the British Open, matching the fourth-lowest score in major championship history. Just his luck, he got only a half-point against Garcia, and he was runner-up at the Open. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 4th, 2017

Lacson speaks up vs ‘pork’

Before the Christmas break last week, President Rodrigo Duterte signed into law the 2017 budget under Republic Act (RA) 10924......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 27th, 2016

Fashion designers tie up with René Mouris

MANILA, Philippines - ‘A watch says a lot about the personality of the person. It speaks of power. A watch brings out the best in your over-all look’.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 1st, 2016

Gab Valenciano speaks up on Marcos burial: 'I will not move on'

Gab Valenciano speaks up on Marcos burial: 'I will not move on'.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 25th, 2016

Gab Valenciano speaks up on Marcos burial: 'I will not move on' - Rappler

Gab Valenciano speaks up on Marcos burial: 'I will not move on' - Rappler.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsNov 24th, 2016

Joyce Pilarsky applauded at Brooklyn Fashion Center

MANILA, Philippines - A rousing applause marked the finale of designer Joyce Peñas Pilarsky’s recent show at the 2016 Fashion Week Brooklyn (FWBK) at the Bro.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 11th, 2016

Filipino-Japanese Model Rina Fukushi conquers Paris Fashion Week

Filipino-Japanese Model Rina Fukushi conquers Paris Fashion Week.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsOct 26th, 2016

Daily Diaries: 5 Genuinely Joyful Instagram Girls To Follow

Spotlight on Ariel Tweto, Kiana Valenciano, Hannah Alulod, Hannie Arden Blaise, and Yasumi Toyoda......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 26th, 2016

World Sports: Memorable final series for Cone and Mercado

THE Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings ended eight years of waiting last week to win another Philippine Basketball Association championship. And they did so in dramatic fashion with import Justin Brownlee hitting a buzzer-beating three-pointer to clinch th.....»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsOct 24th, 2016

Harajuku, cheesy, sci-fi: subculture in Tokyo fashion

The Marc Jacobs of Japan, singing cats and models cloaked into armour: J-pop and science fiction transformed Tokyo Fashion Week spring/summer 2017 into a style fest unlike any other......»»

Category: newsSource: NewsOct 23rd, 2016

Kiana Valenciano on status with Sam Concepcion: 'Let me figure it out muna.'

Kiana Valenciano on status with Sam Concepcion: 'Let me figure it out muna.'.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsOct 19th, 2016

Kiana, mas gustong maging MTV VJ kaysa mag-artista

ISA na si Kiana Valenciano sa roster of talents ng Viva Artist Agency na pinamamahalaan nina boss Vic del Rosario at anak nitong si Veronique Corpusdahil pumirma na siya ng 2-year contract kamakailan. Ayon sa nag-iisang anak na babae nina Gary Valenciano .....»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsOct 19th, 2016

Kiana Valenciano signs up with Viva Artists Agency

Kiana Valenciano signs up with Viva Artists Agency.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsOct 15th, 2016

Arab Fashion Week flaunts ‘ready couture’ in Dubai

Arab Fashion Week opened Thursday with hopes of establishing Dubai as a top destination for the "ready couture" genre and as a major fashion capital......»»

Category: newsSource: NewsOct 9th, 2016

The daughter rises

Kiana Valenciano, daughter of iconic singer Gary V., is testing the waters anew by launching the digital single “Circles.”.....»»

Category: newsSource: NewsOct 8th, 2016

Kiana hits 100K on IG, releases new single

MANILA, Philippines - Kiana Valenciano is slowly but surely soaring......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 7th, 2016

WATCH: Visually impaired models strut the runway in Paris

An eye-opening spectacle closed out the recently held Paris Fashion Week: models defying their lack of sight to strut the runway......»»

Category: newsSource: NewsOct 6th, 2016