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Kuh and Christian sing the classic

Kuh and Christian sing the classic.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: thestandard thestandardOct 10th, 2018

UAAP: What it feels like to be with 21,000 UP-Adamson fans in the Araneta Coliseum

After the University of the Philippines forced a do-or-die game versus Adamson University last Saturday, Paul Desiderio expressed how much he loved the support of the UP community present at the Mall of Asia Arena. To him, the cheers and the chants pumped him up for every play. When asked if Saturday's crowd was the biggest crowd he has ever played in front of, he had this to say. "Hindi pa ito, mayroon pa sa Wednesday," said the team captain. With his 'Atin 'To' promise from last season came another prophecy fulfilled from Desiderio. Come Wednesday, this time in the Araneta Coliseum, nearly 21,000 fans clad either in blue or maroon filled the coliseum to the brim. The blue side came earlier than the maroon side. At least 45 minutes before the tipoff, a jam-packed Adamson side was already belting out their signature cheers while waving their blue and white balloons. Crowd check at 2:40, around an hour before the tipoff. First photo, Adamson. Second photo, UP. #UAAPFinalFour #UAAPSeason81 pic.twitter.com/MEGxmP1S6R — Danine Cruz (@the9cruz) November 28, 2018 Adamsonians' show of force 45 mins before tipoff. #UAAPSeason80 #UAAPFinalFour pic.twitter.com/dwzTJHmnJ2 — Danine Cruz (@the9cruz) November 28, 2018 It was a powerful show of force from the Adamson community, which exhausted all efforts to show up for the Soaring Falcons. Classes were suspended and bus services were provided. The Adamson supporters consisted mostly of current students and youthful fans. Bright Akhuetie shared hearing those cheers while he was still in the locker room preparing for the match. "When I was in the dugout I actually asked someone if there was a game going on. Seriously, I asked, 'Who's playing out there? Are we playing after that game?' and they were like 'No, nobody's playing,' then I said 'Why are they shouting?," said the Fighting Maroon in between laughs. As the tip-off neared, the UP community composed of students, middle-aged alumni, and even senior citizens caught up and started filling their side of the coliseum. Team captain Paul Desiderio made a quick eye test of their crowd and deduced a funny observation which head coach Bo Perasol revealed after the game. "Sabi ni Paul pagbalik niya, sabi niya 'Coach talo tayo sa crowd.' Sabi ko, 'Bakit?' Sabi niya, 'Matatanda 'yung crowd natin, mga bata 'yung Adamson. Napaka-energetic, sigaw ng sigaw.' 'Eh 'yung atin?' 'Nakatunganga doon, matatanda.' Sabi ko, 'Mga alumni natin 'yan!," said Perasol beside a laughing Desiderio. "[Adamson] got kids and they hyped! They were super hyped but wow," Akhuetie added. When the game started, it was pandemonium. All game long, both jam-packed sides were screaming out loud with their cheers. There was rarely a moment that neither "UP Fight" nor "Unawakanahimo" was heard. One can literally feel the magnitude of every shot courtesy of the fans' jumping in the stands. Desiderio's observation that Adamson's crowd was more youthful can be validated by the fun gimmicks the blue-and-white supporters did during timeouts. There were times that Adamson supporters raised flashlights from their smart phones and there were also times that they would do waves around their half of the venue. The Maroons on the other hand just did the classic variations of their cheers -- the UP Fight callbacks and the U-nibersidad verse complete with actions. The usual trash talk between both sides was also present. The boos, the lutos, the iyakins were all there. The mood of the crowd was telling. Something spectacular was really about to happen. Jun Manzo's spin move and scoop shot in regulation happened. Jerom Lastimosa's game-tying triple to force an overtime happened. Then the crazy back-and-forth extra five minutes happened. Then Desiderio's jumper that provided to be marginal basket happened. The final buzzer sounded and it signalled the end of the Finals drought for the Maroons. After 32 years, UP is back in the biggest stage of the UAAP. It was UP's turn to raise their flashlights. "I saw a lot of maroon. All I saw was flashlights. Everywhere. I was like, 'Oh my God, these people, they came out ready," Akhuetie shared. The supporters who Desiderio referred to as young once screamed and jumped their hearts out. "Eh ngayon naman, tumayo din kahit matanda. Umingay na rin, namaos na rin ang mga alumni namin from the ages," Perasol narrated. Tears of joy and screams of relief were heard from the maroon side while sighs of frustration and exasperation creeped through the blue side. But everyone still went home with a warm heart and a memory of their school cheer sung by the whole coliseum. As per UAAP tradition, the UP Pep Squad Drummers played the A-D-A-M-S-O-N cheer as the whole 360-degrees of the venue joined screaming every letter and syllabication of the name of the school that just gave them the toughest yet sweetest game. UP fans pay tribute to the Adamson University after the do-or-die thriller. #UAAPFinalFour #UAAPSeason81 pic.twitter.com/IUvWQQ6ai8 — Danine Cruz (@the9cruz) November 28, 2018 The Adamson Drummers paid the favor back and hit the U-nibersidad cheer as everyone regardless of color celebrated the victory of a history-seeking team. Adamson University's turn to sing U-nibersidad after the close game. #UAAPFinalFour #UAAPSeason81 pic.twitter.com/vFD73yIvLy — Danine Cruz (@the9cruz) November 28, 2018 It was sportsmanship at its finest.  After the high of that instant classic match, one thing is for sure -- UP and Adamson just gave the fans the most complete UAAP basketball experience. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @the9cruz.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 29th, 2018

Bautista and Ledesma focus on Streisand, Legrand and Groban

LISTEN to the classic songs of Barbra Streisand and Michel Legrand alongside the more contemporary hits of Josh Groban as sung by vocal heavyweights, Kuh Ledesma and Christian Bautista at the Tent in Solaire Resort and Casino in Parañaque City on Oct. 20. The post Bautista and Ledesma focus on Streisand, Legrand and Groban appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsOct 11th, 2018

P4.2M pot taken off MM streets

The marijuana came from the provinces of Kalinga and Apayao Going old-school by selling marijuana instead of shabu, known otherwise as poor man’s cocaine, six suspects arrested in Quezon City yesterday can now sing that Scorpions rock classic “When the smoke is going down.” Seized from the suspects by element of the Quezon City Police […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsSep 11th, 2018

Undermanned San Miguel dumps NLEX to start Govs’ Cup bid

No June Mar Fajardo, no problem for the arguably the league's most stacked team. No June Mar Fajardo, no problem for the arguably the league's most stacked team. San Miguel was classic San Miguel and looked as if it didn't miss the four-time MVP as it made easy work of NLEX, 125-112, to begin its campaign in the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup Saturday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. Filling in for the injured center was the returning Christian Standhardinger, who immediately played for the Beermen after suiting up in his last game with the national team in the Asian Games in Indonesia. Standhardinger, as impressive as he was in Jakarta, was marvelous for the Beermen putting up a career-h...Keep on reading: Undermanned San Miguel dumps NLEX to start Govs’ Cup bid.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 1st, 2018

New Live-Action Reimagining of Classic Tale “The Little Mermaid” in PH Cinemas August 8

The latest thrilling fantasy-adventure live-action independent remake of “The Little Mermaid” is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s novel that stars British actress Poppy Drayton (Downton Abbey), William Moseley (Chronicles of Narnia, The Royals), Loreto Peralta, Armando Gutierrez and Shirley MacLaine. First published in 1837 about a mermaid’s sacrifice for love, the latest adaptation of “The […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsJul 22nd, 2018

Julia Fordham – Love Moves in Mysterious Ways

Get ready to sing your heart out with this classic hit from Julia Fordham as she performs live at the Newport Performing Arts Theater on June 22, 8 PM. Tickets available here: rwmanila.com/boxoffice Soundtrack from The Butcher’s Wife Source link: Julia Fordham – Love Moves in Mysterious Ways.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Heart-tugging song ‘for martyrs’

  Cool boy band 1:43's official music video for its second comeback single, "Pasensya Na," was filmed in Taipei. It's a heart-tugging song that martyrs for love can relate to. McJim Classic Leather picked the band as the second recipient of its Dreams Get Real OPM advocacy grant. The band's song is the soundtrack of the brand's short film "Sinturon," which garnered over a million views on Facebook. Check out the guys' music video on 1:43's YouTube or Facebook pages and Spotify---and sing your heart's stings away. Paolo's advice to 'closet queens' The camera loves Paolo Ballesteros avec ou sans maquillage (with or without makeup), just like in his current movie "A...Keep on reading: Heart-tugging song ‘for martyrs’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 5th, 2018

LOOK: Chris Tiu displays piano skills

Rain or Shine guard Chris Tiu, who is also known to teach basic basketball drills in a segment on television, takes us off the court, where he displays his prowess in the piano. The former Blue Eagles skipper showcases his musical playing skills, as he served as background music player to Roadfill and Princess Sevillena's rendition of the Ed Sheeran hit 'Perfect'. The veteran again showed his great musical taste, playing a piano cover of  'Never Enough', a song from the soundtrack of the movie 'The Greatest Showman', a musical starring Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, among others. See for yourself how he fares as a piano player!   Because you guys requested it... Here's our cover of Perfect with Roadfil and super talented Princess Sevillena. A little late for Valentine's but hope you guys like it 😄😄🎤🎵🎶🎼 @roadfillsparks @wishfulprincessliezl A post shared by Chris Tiu (@chris_tiu17) on Feb 16, 2018 at 12:35am PST   Never Enough from The Greatest Showman. Love this movie and the soundtrack ❤️❤️🎶🎶🎼🎼 pic.twitter.com/ovB9ih63M3 — Chris Tiu (@chris_tiu) February 18, 2018 A long-time piano player, Tiu has also played the theme song of Disney classic 'Beauty and the Beast' on the musical instrument.      (1/3) Beauty and the Beast piano cover. Still high from the movie! Brought back childhood memories. Thanks to my brother Christian for patiently helping me record this 😄🎹🎶🎼🎵 A post shared by Chris Tiu (@chris_tiu17) on Mar 26, 2017 at 7:38am PDT     (2/3) Beauty and the Beast piano. 🎶🎶🎶 A post shared by Chris Tiu (@chris_tiu17) on Mar 26, 2017 at 7:44am PDT     (3/3) Beauty and the Beast piano. 🎵🎵🎵 hope you guys like it 😁😁 A post shared by Chris Tiu (@chris_tiu17) on Mar 26, 2017 at 7:47am PDT Maybe when his playing career's all said and done, Tiu can become a successful recording artist of his own.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 19th, 2018

LOOK: Blast from the past with ‘The Platters’

        Music icon The Platters held its one night show in Manila and had a memorable post Valentine date with their fans on Friday night.     Held at the Kia Theatre in Cubao, the American vocal group walked down the memory lane as its members sang its classic hits such as "Only You," "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" and "The Great Pretender." Lucky fans were also able to have a short moment as one of the The Platters members Frederick Berry went down the stage to personally sing "Magic Touch" to the audience.   Filipino artists Joaquin, Lilibeth Garcia, and JV Decena also performed as front acts during the concert. ...Keep on reading: LOOK: Blast from the past with ‘The Platters’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2018

Standhardinger, Hong Kong fall in OT to Saigon anew

Akeem Scott and super Saigon continue to have defending champion Hong Kong’s number in the 2017-2018 Asean Basketball League. Scott dropped 38 points while also stuffing the stat sheet to tow the home team Heat past Eastern, 118-115, in another overtime classic on Sunday at the CIS Arena in Ho Chi Minh City. For the second straight game, the two teams needed an extra period to settle the score. There, the home team raced to a 5-0 start and a 108-103 lead they would nurse until Filipino-German Christian Standhardinger pulled the defending champions to within 113-116 with 29 ticks to go on the clock. Hong Kong would be unable to get any closer, however, as the Vietnamese defense forced a missed jumper from Marcus Elliott and then a turnover from Standhardinger the rest of the way. With that, Hong Kong fell for just the second time in 11 games – both times at the hands of Saigon. Scott was a star for the Heat yet again and also tallied 38 points, eight rebounds, six steals, and five assists. Backing him up were Maxie Esho wo had 27 points, seven rebounds, and two blocks as well as Filipino-American Mikey Williams who had 23 markers, nine boards, five assists, and three steals. With another upset of powerhouse Eastern, the Heat now stand at 5-5 – well within striking distance of fourth-running 8-4 Alab Pilipinas. For Hong Kong, Standhardinger topped the scoring column with 31 points on top of 18 rebounds. --- Follow this writer on twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 4th, 2018

Ilonggo lullaby crowns Lea Salonga’s new Bahaghari album

  Bahaghari:Lea Salonga launches her latest album in six Philippine languages in New York. Album cover was designed by Parsons School of Design, NY. INQUIRER/Carol Tanjutco NEW YORK -- In frigid Big Apple weather, Broadway superstar Lea Salonga warmed the hearts of a small group that gathered at the Philippine Center's Kalayaan Hall to listen to Filipino songs, starting with her childhood favorite, "Ili Ili Tulog Anay," a lullaby that her mom used to sing for her. Lea Salonga's soulful rendition just elevated this Ilonggo classic into a timeless piece. Salonga's new CD album, Bahaghari (Rainbow) features old favorites sung in six Philippine dialects--Ilocano, Kapampanga...Keep on reading: Ilonggo lullaby crowns Lea Salonga’s new Bahaghari album.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 19th, 2017

WATCH: Christian Bautista, Southeast Asian stars sing ASEAN hymn - Rappler

WATCH: Christian Bautista, Southeast Asian stars sing ASEAN hymn - Rappler.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsAug 8th, 2017

WATCH: Christian Bautista, Southeast Asian stars sing ASEAN hymn

WATCH: Christian Bautista, Southeast Asian stars sing ASEAN hymn.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 8th, 2017

Exclusive: Christian Bautista on singing the ASEAN 2017 anthem

MANILA, Philippines — International artist Christian Bautista, 2012 ASEAN Youth Achievement award recipient, expressed his gratitude for being chosen to sing.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsApr 28th, 2017

UAAP Season 81: Eh dun na kami kilala -- Cheng on DLSU swag

Graduating De La Salle University hitter Des Cheng roared as she walked backwards while staring at Ateneo de Manila University’s Kat Tolentino following a monster block in the second set. It was Cheng’s classic swagger that volleyball fans just love to love or hate depending on which side they're on.      But the open spiker cleared that it just came out naturally, especially in this kind of exciting and intense match between two proud schools.    “’Di ko alam kasi siyempre, hello! It’s Ateneo-La Salle. So parang kahit anong sabihin mo may rivalry talaga kahit sabihin mong wala,” said Cheng, who scored 13 points in the defending three-time champion Lady Spikers’ 25-14, 25-17, 16-25, 25-19, victory over the Lady Eagles Sunday in the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball tournament at the MOA Arena. Cheng was very animated during the match smiling, laughing, doing the finger wag and whatever gesture she could think of to celebrate a point.   OH MY, DES CHENG 😱 #UAAPSeason81Volleyball pic.twitter.com/ePvIxjxREe — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) February 17, 2019 “Uy, ang hirap kaya kumuha ng puntos kung mapapansin mo. Kaya sabi ko before mag-start ang game sabi ko, ‘Every point ise-celebrate natin. Hindi ‘yung every point makakapuntos ka tapos tatahimik ka tapos parang, ‘Yeheey!’ ganun lang,’” said Cheng, who added 14 receives and nine digs for an all-around performance. The veteran expected that non-DLSU supporters would think that the Lady Spikers went over the top with their on-court reactions but this is what they’re known for and they are not gonna change that. Des Cheng breaks out the finger wag ☝ #UAAPSeason81Volleyball pic.twitter.com/bbVBMIYoGK — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) February 17, 2019 “Eh dun na kami kilala bakit kailangang (i-hold back),” said Cheng. “’Dun kami kilala eh. Sabihin nyo na mayabang kami, swag kami, whatever kung ano ang pagka-interpret nyo it’s OK. Eh kasi yun na ang pagkakakilala nyo sa amin eh di dun nyo na kami i-ano talaga. Pero hindi kami mayabang. Ayun lang po talaga.” Even head coach Ramil De Jesus got into the celebration during that second set highlight, exchanging high-fives with Cheng.       The mentor, according to Cheng, actually asked her to be the spark plug and energizer of the team. “Kasi kailangan. Sabi ni coach, ‘Hindi gagalaw ang team mo kapag walang mag-spark.’ Meaning, kailangan may gagalaw para magi-spark sa kanila tapos susunod lang sila. Kaya kapag nakapuntos ako parang kahit hindi nga ako nakapuntos naga-ano ako na ‘Yeheey, yeheey!’ ganun-ganun,” she said. “Kasi kailangan nila yun kasi kapag walang isang tao na ganoon sino ang magli-lead sa kanila.” And to end her night, Cheng finished off Ateneo with an ace... and a finger wag as exclamation point.   Des Cheng. FOR THE WIN. #UAAPSeason81Volleyball pic.twitter.com/KHyg6qECPs — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) February 17, 2019     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2019

Caidic s timeless touch lifts San Miguel over Alaska in PBA legends showdown

Allan Caidic had a lot of it in the fourth quarter where he tossed in 16 of his 26 points as San Miguel Beer outshone Alaska Milk, 96-83, in their side of the legends classic......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2019

Fewer excuses for pols to ‘sing and dance’

Horrified at seeing candidates sing and shake their booty shamelessly on the campaign trail to endear themselves to voters?   A new law signed by President Rodrigo Duterte last week hopes to elevate political discourse over the candidates' cheap "vote-for-me" antics by specifying bigger discounts on political advertisements on TV, radio and print.   Sen. Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel III said the law would benefit all candidates, especially those with fewer resources, as they would have a better chance of reaching a wider audience through mass media ads.   'Elevate culture of politics'   "We want to elevate the culture of politics in the country, so...Keep on reading: Fewer excuses for pols to ‘sing and dance’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2019

Old rivals face off in legends classic

Legends will be revisited and old rivalries rekindled as the keenly awaited legends games, dubbed “Return of the Rivals” are played tonight at the Smart Araneta Coliseum......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 16th, 2019

10 things to know about NBA All-Star 2019

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — With All-Star festivities set to officially begin Friday (Saturday, PHL time), here are 10 things to know going into the weekend: BACK TO CHARLOTTE Charlotte hosted NBA All-Star weekend in 1991, and now gets it back a second time to join 14 other cities that can say it hosted the league’s showcase midseason event on multiple occasions. Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Houston, New Orleans, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Seattle, St. Louis, Los Angeles and the L.A. suburb of Inglewood, California, are the other previous multi-hosting All-Star cities. The Bay Area, the Detroit area and the Dallas area are also two-time hosts, though never technically twice in the same city. LEBRON’S RECORDS LeBron James now has the record for most All-Star captaincies: Two. He and Stephen Curry had the jobs last year when the captain’s format was first introduced to the All-Star weekend, and he and Giannis Antetokounmpo have the jobs this year. But James’ records revolving around this game hardly stop there. By starting on Sunday (Monday, PHL time), James will tie Kobe Bryant with 15 starts in the All-Star Game. James will also extend his record of consecutive starts, which will also rise to 15. Some of the other All-Star records James already holds include total points (343), field goals (141) and three-pointers (35). And by playing two minutes, James will increase his All-Star total in that stat to 416 — one more than Bryant for No. 2 on the all-time list. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has played the most All-Star minutes, 449. FOULING OUT Bold prediction: No one will foul out on Sunday (Monday, PHL time). The last player to foul out of an All-Star Game was Hakeem Olajuwon in 1987. Chris Paul was the most recent to come close, when he was whistled for five fouls in the 2008 game. There have been only 14 instances of someone fouling out of an All-Star Game. Rick Barry and Bob Cousy each fouled out twice; 10 others, including Olajuwon, have done so once. MVPs AT HOME Kemba Walker, the lone Charlotte player in this year’s All-Star Game, has suggested that he’s hoping he can wow the home crowd with an MVP-worthy performance. There’s a history of that sort of thing happening. There have been 14 players who have won All-Star MVP honors in their home cities, spanning a total of 15 games. The list of hometown All-Star MVPs: Anthony Davis (New Orleans, 2017), Kobe Bryant (Los Angeles, 2011), Shaquille O’Neal (Phoenix, 2009 and Los Angeles, 2004), Karl Malone and John Stockton (Utah, 1993), Michael Jordan (Chicago, 1988), Tom Chambers (Seattle, 1987), Jerry West (Los Angeles, 1972), Rick Barry (the San Francisco area, 1967), Adrian Smith (Cincinnati, 1966), Bob Pettit (St. Louis, 1958 and 1962), Wilt Chamberlain (Philadelphia, 1960), Bob Cousy (Boston, 1957) and Ed Macauley (Boston, 1951). AGE MARK Assuming he plays, Dallas’ Dirk Nowitzki — one of the special additions to the rosters by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, who also added Miami’s Dwyane Wade to the list — will become the second 40-something to appear in the All-Star Game. Nowitzki is 40; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played in the game when he was 40 and 41. Michael Jordan almost pulled off the feat; he was eight days shy of turning 40 when he last played in the All-Star Game in 2003. Jordan, now the owner of the Charlotte Hornets and the unofficial host of the weekend, will turn 56 on Sunday. Wade, also assuming he gets into the game, will become the 12th player to be an All-Star at 37 or older. Wade turned 37 last month. HEROES Jason Weinmann and James Shaw Jr. might not be “celebrities,” at least not in the classic sense. But the NBA rightly believes they should be celebrated. Weinmann and Shaw were invited to play in Friday’s All-Star Celebrity Game to commemorate heroic acts. Weinmann, a retired Marine, used a military transport vehicle — which he bought at a government auction years ago — during Hurricane Florence last September to help rescue flood victims in North Carolina and bring them to safety. Shaw disarmed a man who had opened fire at a Waffle House restaurant near Nashville last April and has been heralded as a life-saving hero since for wrestling the AR-15 out of the alleged shooter’s hands by the barrel. G LEAGUE FIRST Khris Middleton of the Milwaukee Bucks is the first member of a new club. He’s the first G League alum to become an NBA All-Star. Middleton spent a short time during the 2012-13 season in the G League, before blossoming into one of the league’s best players and a key to Milwaukee going into the break with an NBA-best 43-14 record. There will be plenty of G League graduates participating on All-Star Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) as well — Middleton, Seth Curry, Danny Green and Joe Harris are all slated to be in the 3-point contest. CASH MATTERS There is some money at stake during All-Star Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) events, and everybody gets something. Everyone in the dunk contest will receive at least $20,000, everyone in the skills challenge gets at least $15,000 and all participants in the 3-point shootout take home at least $10,000. From there, prize money varies by finish — the skills challenge winner gets $55,000, the 3-point shootout champion wins $60,000 and the dunk contest winner takes home $105,000. In all, the Saturday night (Sunday, PHL time) participants will split $610,000. EASTBOUND This All-Star weekend is the first of four straight in Eastern Conference cities. Chicago gets it next year, Indianapolis in 2021 and Cleveland in 2022. The site for the 2023 game remains unknown; Salt Lake City and Sacramento are two sites often mentioned as candidates for that year, and Orlando is a likely suitor for the 2024 game. THE REFS Sunday’s (Monday, PHL time) All-Star Game will be officiated by Scott Foster, Curtis Blair and David Guthrie. It’s a home game of sorts for Guthrie, who resides in Charlotte. Foster worked the 2010 All-Star Game in Dallas. It’s the first All-Star Game for Blair and Guthrie. The Friday and Saturday (Saturday and Sunday, PHL time) events will be worked by a crew of newer refs — third-year official Aaron Smith and fourth-year officials Mitchell Ervin and Gediminas Petraitis......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2019

My tricks to create the best eye shadow looks

  One of the most challenging parts of the makeup process is perfecting eye shadow. Because of Instagram and the plethora of YouTube beauty vloggers, there are thousands of tutorials.   Every eye is different and every artist has a different way of combining colors. Smoky, cut crease, halo eye... the list goes on and on.   One should go back to basics. The eye shadow look doesn't have to be very complicated. It doesn't even need to involve a lot of colors. One can rely on one great palette to take you through different moods.   Recently, I discovered Pat McGrath Labs' Mothership Eye Shadow Palette. It contains 10 classic shades anyone can work...Keep on reading: My tricks to create the best eye shadow looks.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2019