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Kim Domingo: "Si Archie e sobrang babaero."

Kim Domingo: "Si Archie e sobrang babaero.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepApr 16th, 2017

Kim Domingo: "Si Archie e sobrang babaero."

Kim Domingo: "Si Archie e sobrang babaero.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 16th, 2017

Kim Domingo accidentally calls Archie Alemania "sobrang babaero"

Kim Domingo accidentally calls Archie Alemania "sobrang babaero".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsApr 16th, 2017

PNP to hire new cops, buy more firearms

The Philippine National Police is recruiting 15,000 new police officers and buying 70,000 firearms this year, a ranking police official said on Sunday.   PNP Deputy Director General Archie Francisco Gamboa, chief of the PNP directorial staff, said the PNP was also planning to buy seven helicopters after it received a P7-billion budget to make new purchases.   "Our air unit before was only made up of air but no unit. We had no air asset for eight or nine years but ... later this year, we will have two single-engine helicopters [that are] made in France," Gamboa said.   He said the PNP had intended to buy four single-engine helicopters, but with the additio...Keep on reading: PNP to hire new cops, buy more firearms.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 14th, 2018

Jrs. MVP leader Cansino already in touch with new UST coach Ayo

Aldin Ayo’s first-ever recruit in for De La Salle University was its high school star. Now with University of Sto Tomas, Ayo is looking to do the same. The new head coach of the Growling Tigers was present at the Filoil Flying V Centre on Saturday for the Tiger Cubs’ matchup with league-leader Ateneo de Manila High School. Of course, Ayo was there to scout the Juniors program of his new school – which just so happens to have the frontrunner in the MVP race in CJ Cansino. While the two-time collegiate champion coach declined interviews from media, he was seen chatting with Cansino’s mother after the game. Asked about it, the King Tiger Cub himself answered, “Opo, nagkausap na sila kanina.” He then continued, “Sabi raw po ni coach na gusto nila akong kunin sa UST. Sobrang saya po naming ganun na nga po ang nangyayari.” In earlier interviews, Cansino has already stated that he wants to stay in Espana for college. “Sana nga po, tumuloy rin ako sa Seniors para bigyan din ako ng pagkakataon na iangat yung Growling Tigers. Gusto ko ring i-prove sa Seniors na may magagawa ako for UST,” he said then. Now, it looks like his wish may just be granted as a source said UST is on the lookout for talent at the wings. Last year, the Growling Tigers trotted out the likes of Jordan Sta. Ana, Reggie Boy Basibas, and Christian Garcia at the wings. Said to be coming back to bolster that weakness is Embons Bonleon. Still, getting the six-foot-two swingman will be a coup for the rebuilding squad as they will be getting a blue-chip recruit who fills a need. Also, Ayo has some sort of success with his first-ever recruit being his program’s high school star. Two years ago, he got the commitment of DLS Zobel star and Juniors MVP Aljun Melecio. That partnership proved to be a big part of the Green Archers’ championship. —- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 13th, 2018

Dennis, kating-kati sa isinisikretong pelikula

Ryza, maayos ang paalam sa GMAAC Para kay Dennis Trillo, ang best Christmas gift na natanggap niya noong nakaraang Pasko ay ang regalo ng girlfriend na si Jennylyn Mercado. “Hindi ko na lang sasabihin pero siya kasi ’yung tao na talagang... ano siya, eh, sobrang galante niya na pinag-iisipan niyang….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Stars of Philippine cycling join national championships

The stars of Philippine cycling vie in the PhilCycling National Championships for Road which will kick off with the massed start race on an out-and-back course in Subic and Bataan on Friday. Led by Marella Vania Salamat, Marc Galedo and the ageless Alfie Catalan—all former Southeast Asian Games gold medalists—the races in the men and women elite, under 23 and men junior will flag off from the Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center. The men’s race will cover 138.27 kms marked by a treacherous 7-km climb on an average 7 percent gradient atop the Dambana Ng Kagitingan giant cross on Mount Samat. The women’s race, on the other hand, will be staged simultaneously with the men and will cover 96.55 kms of circuit racing inside Subic. “We are expecting a tough race considering that the courses for both events are technical,” Race Director Ian Alacar said. The races are highlights of the PRU Ride PH 2018, a cycling festival staged annually by Pru Life UK. Pru Life UK Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Allan Tumbaga led the ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday at the SBECC with top-ranked Filipino-American female cyclist Coryn Rivera gracing the occasion. The event is sanctioned by the PhilCycling headed by its president, Tagaytay City Rep. Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino and Chairman Alberto Lina and will award the winner’s the coveted national champions’ jerseys. The individual time trial on Saturday, on the other hand, will test the men on a 30.12-km route and the women on a 21.94-km distance. The national championships will conclude with the Criterium races on January 21 at McKinley West in Taguig City. Also joining the fray is Ariana Domingo, a two-time Southeast Asian mountain bike champion who is testing her strength in the road discipline and former Tour champion Santy Barnachea, George Oconer, Ronnel Hualda and Junrey Navarra. Adding spice to the men’s race will be the presence of Filipino-American Coryn Rivera, who will ride behind the race column as part of her training for 45 races she is set to take part in this season. Rivera is one of the world’s foremost women elite rider, having won the Tour of Flanders in Belgium last year and leading the US team in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Maria Ozawa, Kim Domingo top PH Pornhub searches in 2017

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Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Fil-Canadian Mandani, Slingers put out fire in Alab Pilipinas’ winning streak

Justin Brownlee and Renaldo Balkman’s first taste of defeat in the 2017-2018 Asean Basketball League has come at the hands of Singapore. Chris Charles towered above all while Filipino-Canadian AJ Mandani brought out the big guns in the endgame as the Slingers silenced streaking Alab Pilipinas, 90-80, in front of a packed crowd inside the Filoil Flying V Centre on Wednesday. Mandani scored 11 points in the last seven minutes, nearly outscoring all of his kababayans who only mustered 14 in the same timeframe. With Singapore holding onto a four-point lead with 7:05 remaining, the Fil-Can guard’s floater over the outstretched arms of Balkman followed by a booming triple detonated a 9-3 blast that put them on top, 79-69. Alab again threatened at 76-82 with 3:15 left before a controversial non-call led to a jumper by Xavier Alexander, a made technical free throw by Mandani, a split from the stripe from Alexander, and a cold-blooded trey from Mandani that extended the visitors’ lead to 89-76. Charles was also a force with nine points in all of the final frame to help the Slingers improve to 4-5 in the standings. With the win, they silenced the Philippines and its fans and put a stop to their three-game win run. It’s their first loss since welcoming American reinforcements Brownlee and Balkman. The latter posted a 24-point, 12-rebound double-double while the former scored 16 markers, but only shot 37 percent from the field. Ray Parks Jr. also turned in his best scoring output of the season with 16 points, but all of it still wasn’t enough from preventing Alab’s drop to 3-4. BOX SCORES SINGAPORE SLINGERS 90 – Charles 29, Mandani 23, Alexander 20, Goh 6, Liew 5, Ng 3, Low 2, Lim 2, Folkoff 0, Oh 0, Tay 0 TANDUAY ALAB PILIPINAS 80 – Balkman 24, Parks Jr. 16, Brownlee 16, Urbiztondo 12, Maierhofer 6, Raymundo 4, Celiz 2, Domingo 0, Hontiveros 0, Sumalinog 0, Alabanza 0 QUARTER SCORES: 12-19, 42-38, 64-64, 90-80 —- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 10th, 2018

Archie gang cosplayers! – Manila Picture

Archie is beside Betty! I wonder what Veronica thinks… And Reggie’s probably thinking of something to take the girls’ attention off Archie — unless he wants Archie for himself? Hehe. And look! Jughead seems to have eaten his food already so we can’t see it in the pic at all. (During the final judging, they… link: Archie gang cosplayers! – Manila Picture.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJan 9th, 2018

Alvarez drops 28 as JRU blasts SSC-R in historic win

Games Thursday: (FilOil Flying V Centre, San Juan) 8:00 a.m. – LPU vs CSB (jrs) 9:30 a.m. -- LPU vs. CSB (m) 11:00 a.m. –- LPU vs. CSB (w) 12:30 p.m. -- Perpetual vs. San Beda (w) 2:00 p.m. -- Perpetual vs. San Beda (m) 3:30 p.m. –- Perpetual vs. San Beda (jrs)   Shola Alvarez caught fire as Jose Rizal University ended years of futility against San Sebastian College with a hard-earned 27-25, 25-23, 22-25, 16-25, 15-12, win Monday in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Alvarez posted a career-high 28 points to lift the Lady Bombers to their first win in two outings to tie their victim, which had only seven players available, and Letran. The graduating hitter smashed 24 kills and had four kill blocks for JRU, which made a historic win against the Lady Stags since the return of its volleyball program in 2008. SSC-R has been dominating the Lady Bombers even before JRU suspended its volleyball program in 2004. Rookie Dolly Versoza scored 15 markers while Season 92 Best Opposite Spiker Karen Montojo chipped in with nine points for the Lady Bombers, who received 44 free points off the Lady Stags’ atrocious errors.      “Sobrang happy na nanalo kami kasi veteran team sila and may winning legacy sila kumabaga. Two years in a row silang nasa Finals and siyempre it’s a very big step for us na at least nakapanalo kami sa ganoong ka-veteran na team,” said JRU head coach Mia Tioseco, who herself earned her first win against the Roger Gorayeb-mentored squad since she took the coaching job for the Lady Bombers five years ago.        “Happy ako sa girls dahil ngayon masasabi nila na they can compete with other teams,” she added. The Lady Stags, who played without injured Julie Tiangco (right knee), fought back to force a decider after dropping the first two sets but were obviously exhausted entering the fifth frame. JRU went up 8-4 but a couple of errors by the Lady Bombers and a last push by the SSC-R led by Nikka Dalisay and Joyce Sta. Rita pushed the Lady Stags close, 13-11, in a scoring blitz capped by Dangie Encarnacion’s back-to-back kills. Alvarez scored on a hit to put JRU at match points, 14-11. Aubry Bautista gave SSC-R a free point after her service went wide but Alvarez sealed the win with a perfect off speed hit. Dalisay finished with 17 points while Daurene Santos and Sta. Rita got 16 each. Encarnacion had 15 for the Lady Stags.            --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 8th, 2018

18th DMG Memorial golf slated

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Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 7th, 2018

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Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJan 5th, 2018

Former UST setter Verutiao debuts with a bang for Arellano U

Arellano University setter Sarah Verutiao didn’t disappoint in her debut for the defending champion Lady Chiefs Thursday in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Head coach Obet Javier gave the transferee from University of Sto. Tomas full playmaking chores as he rested injured Season 91 Best Setter award winner Rhea Ramirez in the Lady Chiefs’ 25-10, 25-17, 25-13, crushing of Mapua University. Verutiao had 28 excellent sets in Arellano’s 46 attack points while adding six markers in her first game in the NCAA since bolting out of UST two years ago.     “Sinusubukan ko si Sarah, si Rhea pahinga muna,” said Javier. “So hangga’t kaya ni Sara siya muna pero pag di na kaya saka na namin ipapasok si Rhea. Bibigyan ko ng playing time muna si Verutiao ngayon.” Verutiao was thankful for the trust given to him by Javier and the exposure she never had when she last played for the Tigresses in the UAAP Season 77 as an alternate for starter Alex Cabanos. Verutiao failed to make the cut for UST the following season.   “Siguro sabi nga niya lahat ng nangyayari may dahilan. Siyempre sobrang thankful ako sa ibinigay na tiwala hindi lang ni coach pati sa mga teammates ko,” said Verutiao. Ramirez, the inaugural Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference Best Setter, sustained a left shoulder injury Wednesday during team practice. She spent Arellano’s first game on the bench.  With Ramirez sidelined, Verutiao will fill in the role as the Lady Chiefs’ court general. “Hangga’t hindi pa kaya ni Rhea na ikilos ng maayos balikat niya siguro in the meantime ako muna,” said Verutiao, who added that she wanted to make a good first impression when her number was called by Javier. “Sinabi ko na ito na ‘to. Ito na ang pagkakataon ko na maglaro,” she said.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 4th, 2018

Ngayon lang ako na-threaten sa pagpasok sa Top 4 -- Gorayeb

After more than three decades with San Sebastian College both as a player and as a coach, seasoned mentor Roger Gorayeb admits that for the first time he feels threatened by his team’s chances of advancing in the semifinals. Though his Lady Stags survived their opening day match in the 93rd NCAA women’s volleyball competition Thursday with a sweep of Emilio Aguinaldo College, Gorayeb’s 9-woman roster with only eight available players proved to be a difficult challenge even for the seasoned mentor. “Sa tinagal kong ito, 30-plus years sa NC parang ito na ‘yung pinakamahinang team (na nahawakan ko). Kulang sa tao, hirap talaga ako kasi two years nga na walang recruitment (because of the K to 12 education system),” said the multi-titled mentor after SSC-R’s 25-16, 25-19, 25-16 win over the Lady Generals at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan.       The NCAA implemented a minimum of nine players per team to participate in the tournament. SSC-R only has eight holdovers from last year’s roster after the departure of three-time Most Valuable Player Grethcel Soltones, Kat Villegas and Denice Lim, who migrated in the US, and needed to tap an additional player, a former swimming team member, to meet the requirement. Out of the eight available players only seven saw action in the Lady Stags’ season debut with Julie Anne Tiangco sitting out to rest her knee injury. A short rotation is nothing new for Gorayeb but his current situation by far is the most challenging. “Mayroon na akong naranasan (noon sa Baste), champion pa nga kami eh. Maraming beses simula’t sapul hindi ako nagdodoseng players. Marami na sa akin ang 10. Nagtsa-champion kami na pito lang kami eh,” Gorayeb recalled. “Kaya lang ‘yung pito na ‘yun sobrang lakas na nun.” But this time it’s different. Looking at their remaining eight games in the tournament, Gorayeb said that making it to the Final Four could be an uphill climb. “Ito lang ‘yung time na nati-threaten ang pagpasok naming sa Top 4,” he said. “For the last 30-plus years hindi naman kami nawala roon eh. Ang lowest na nakuha ko third place eh.” “Eh wala eh. Pero I don’t want to look at it on that perspective na mahina ang player. Kasi marunong naman ‘yang mag-volleyball eh. Kailangan lang talaga isapuso lang nila na kulang kami sa tao, kailangang mag-extra effort ang lahat. Hindi pwedeng ang isa mahina ang loob o natatakot. Ang puhunan lang naman diyan ay tapang eh.”   ---            Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 4th, 2018

Brownlee, Balkman prove worth as Alab goes on a winning streak

Justin Brownlee and Renaldo Balkman wasted no time in proving that they are just the fuel needed to stoke the fire under Alab Pilipinas. With their two new reinforcements showing the way, the Filipinos got the better of visiting Westports Malaysia, 90-79, on Wednesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Brownlee showcased his shooting while Balkman imposed an inside presence to help the Philippines go on its first win run in the 2017-2018 Asean Basketball League It was also those two who connived in the 21-3 tear bridging the third and fourth quarters that turned a three-point deficit into an 81-66 advantage. In that run alone, Brownlee had six points and two assists while Balkman had nine markers and four rebounds, taking the fight out of the Dragons. It was nothing but an impactful debut for the two new reinforcements who had just replaced Ivan Johnson and Reggie Okosa. Alab would not be threatened for the remainder of the game as the home crowd celebrated their team’s improvement to 2-3. In the end, Brownlee stuffed the stat sheet with 29 points, eight assists, seven rebounds, three steals, and two blocks while Balkman posted his own 17-point, 11-rebound double-double. Josh Urbiztondo and Robby Celiz also added 13 and 10 markers, respectively. For Westports Malaysia, Filipino-American Joshua Munzon impressed anew with 21 points and nine rebounds. Without an answer for Brownlee and Balkman, however, they lost for the third time in a row following a season-opening win. BOX SCORES TANDUAY ALAB PILIPINAS 90 - Brownlee 29, Balkman 17, Urbiztondo 13, Celiz 10, Parks 8, Domingo 6, Maierhoffer 4, Hontiveros 3, Javellona 0, Sumalinog 0, Alabanza 0, Raymundo 0 WESTPORTS MALAYSIA DRAGONS 79 - Munzon 21, Marshall 17, West 16, Yeo 8, Kuek 4, Cabahug 0, Ng 0, Teo 0 QUARTER SCORES: 23-13, 39-32, 68-63, 90-79 —- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 3rd, 2018

Albay town suspends classes over threat of floods, landslides 

STO. DOMINGO, Albay -- The local government has suspended classes in all levels here starting Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 3, 2018, as non-stop rain since Monday threatens to cause flooding and landslides in some villages. Mayor Herbie Aquas said students from low-lying villages were particularly at risk. He identified these as Barangays Buhatan, Alimsog, San Isidro, Lidong, San Antonio, and Salvacion "We advised the barangay disater officials to be on full alert for possible landslides particularly on the slopes of Mt. Mayon," he said. He said evacuation centers had already been set up should they be needed. /cbb...Keep on reading: Albay town suspends classes over threat of floods, landslides .....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 3rd, 2018

Liza Soberano tops TC Candler’s “100 Most Beautiful Faces” worldwide

Filipino-American actress Liza Soberano is ranked number one in "The Annual Independent Critics List of the 100 Most Beautiful Faces of 2017." Liza dominated other actresses, singers, models, and dancers from all over the world in the list, which TC Candler has been publishing annually since 1990. French model and actress Thylane Blondeau came in second, followed by Taiwanese singer and dancer ChouTzu-yu, Canadian actress Sarah Gadon and South Korean actress Im Jin-ah. Other Filipinos who made the list were Kathryn Bernardo (60th in the list), Jessy Mendiola (71st), NadineLustre (78th) and Kim Domingo (96th). Soberano starred in the 2017 romantic comedy "My Ex and Whys." ...Keep on reading: Liza Soberano tops TC Candler’s “100 Most Beautiful Faces” worldwide.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 28th, 2017

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Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 26th, 2017

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Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 20th, 2017

Picanto didn’t need Standhardinger to keep up with Road Warriors

NLEX needed a super rookie showing from Kiefer Ravena and a clutch four-point play from Larry Fonacier to fend off lowly Kia on Wednesday. Yes, “The Phenom” was the headline with 18 points, 12 rebounds, seven assists, and two steals in his professional debut, but all of it was all for naught as the Picanto nearly pulled off a big-time upset. Inside the last 60 seconds, the Road Warriors, widely-regarded as the tournament’s darkhorse, was only boosted ahead once and for all by Fonacier’s long-range bomb and bonus. At the end of it all, falling short was not so bad for a Kia side that had all of six wins and no playoff appearance for all of last season. Even more so for a Kia side that was awarded the top pick in the 2017 PBA Draft only to trade what turned out to be game-changing Christian Standhardinger for a so-called unconventional package of Rashawn McCarthy, Jay-R Reyes, and Ronald Tubid. That was exactly what was on the mind of head coach Chris Gavina post-game. “As a coach, you kind of hate to say moral victory, but considering what happened to us last conference, (it’s good to see) we showed our grit tonight,” he said. He then continued, “We showed a great deal of character in being able to keep up with what I feel is one of the contenders coming into this conference. If we can do this against NLEX, we can do this against anybody.” Specifically, Gavina said he loved the heart and hustle he saw from each and every one of his wards. “Effort-wise, we were there,” he expressed. Indeed, the Picanto won the battle of offensive rebounds, 17-10, as well as steals, 8-6. That effort led to the lowly squad being in command for majority of the matchup only to be outdone in edgame execution. “It just came down to the end where they executed better than us, but for us to control the time with the lead for 32 minutes, this goes to show that we’re more than capable of keeping up with a team like NLEX,” Gavina said. In the end, Kia believes that this inspiring debut just proved that they are serious about competing and winning. As team-high scorer Eric Camson put it, “Iba na talaga ang Kia ngayon, ‘di na tulad ng dati. Iniisip nilang ‘di kami mananalo, pero nasa isip namin, bago nila kami talunin, duduguin muna sila.” He then continued, “Sobrang willing kaming ipakita na pag Kia, ‘di ganun kadali kalaban. Kung matalo man, mahihirapan ang kalaban.” —- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 20th, 2017