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Luz abstracts, Perez’s churches at Rustan’s

COLLABORATIONS between a young artist and her National Artist grandfather, and paintings of churches are the highlights of an exhibit Rustan’s For the Arts featuring Al Perez and Paulina Luz Sotto. Rustan’s founder Gliceria Tantoco was an avid supporter for the arts, and since the founding of Galerie Bleue at Rustan’s Makati in 1984, Rustan’s […] The post Luz abstracts, Perez’s churches at Rustan’s appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource: bworldonline bworldonlineMar 13th, 2018

Fil-Am honored for promoting sustainable solutions to crime, drugs, corruption in PH

LOS ANGELES -- Jorge "Jerry" Perez deTagle, national chairman of The Way to Happiness Philippines Foundation,flew in from Manila, August 3, toreceivetheBayanihanSpiritAwardfor his work to improve Philippine society.   The award was presented at the 17thAnnual Filipinotown Neighborhood Council Festival, where he was also recognized by US Congressman Jimmy Gomezand Los AngelesCity Councilman Mitch O'Farrell.   Perez deTaglehas spent the last several years working with the Philippine National Police, the Department of National Defense, local governments, churches, and community organizations to tackle the problems of crime, drugs, and corruption.   He ha...Keep on reading: Fil-Am honored for promoting sustainable solutions to crime, drugs, corruption in PH.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 24th, 2018

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Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsSep 22nd, 2018

NCAA: Perpetual deals LPU its first elims defeat in two years

There will be no sweep in the NCAA 94 Men’s Basketball Tournament, but there very well is a determined and dangerous University of Perpetual Help. Prince Eze got the game-winner, but it wouldn’t have been possible if not for the Altas’ stifling defense as they stunned Lyceum of the Philippines University, 83-81, on Friday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. This is the Pirates’ first loss in the elimination round since September 23, 2016. Since then, they won 30 elims games in a row. That streak looked like it would be continuing in this one as they had a nine-point lead, 78-69, inside the last four minutes. It was at that point, however, that Perps turned it up on defense  At the other end, Edgar Charcos willed them back in the game with clutch baskets, the last of which tied the tally at 81-all with 67 ticks to go on the clock. From there, the two teams traded a couple of defensive stops and the game looked like it was going into overtime as Tonton Peralta’s triple clanged off the side of the ring. Eze was at the right place at the right time, though, and hauled in the offensive rebound then and wasted no time putting up a shot. Not long after, the ball fell through the net and Perpetual was celebrating its biggest win in two years. Eze ended upwith a monster double-double of 25 points and 23 rebounds while Charcos finished with 20 markers, six boards, three assists, and two steals. Wings AJ Coronel and Kim Aurin combined for 21 points, seven assists, and six rebounds to help the Altas improve to 7-5 – just right behind 8-4 Colegio de San Juan de Letran and 8-5 College of St. Benilde. For LPU, Jaycee Marcelino topped the scoring column with 16 points while CJ Perez just missed out on a triple-double with 11 markers, 12 rebounds, nine assists, and five steals. Even with the stunning loss, they are still at the top spot at 12-1. BOX SCORES PERPETUAL 83 - Eze 25, Charcos 20, Coronel 11, Aurin 10, Jimenez 8, Peralta 7, Magalino 2, Cuevas 0, Pasia 0. LPU 81 - Marcelino JC. 16, Nzeusseu 14, Ayaay 13, Perez 11, Pretta 9, Santos 6, Caduyac 5, Valdez 4, Marcelino JV. 3, Ibañez 0, Yong 0, Serrano 0, Tansingco 0.        QUARTER SCORES: 19-20, 39-43, 60-68, 83-81 —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 21st, 2018

NCAA: Red Cubs, Staglets boost bids for Final Four

STANDINGS LSGH 10-2 MAPUA 9-3 SAN BEDA 9-4 JRU 7-6 PERPETUAL 5-6 ARELLANO 5-6 LPU 5-7 SAN SEBASTIAN 5-8 LETRAN 3-8 EAC 2-10 San Beda High School stayed within striking distance of the top two and San Sebastian College-Recoletos stayed alive and kicking in the NCAA 94 Juniors Basketball Tournament. The two teams made sure the Final Four remained a nine-team race following separate well-earned wins on Thursday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. The Red Cubs stood strong in the middle periods to take care of business against Emilio Aguinaldo College, 80-71. Winderlich Coyoca built on his breakout game the last time around with 18 points, four steals, two rebounds, and two assists in this one while Winston Ynot and Kent Pelipel chipped in 13 and 11 markers, respectively. Trailing by one after the opening salvo, San Beda turned it on and dominate their opponents by a score of 46-32 in the second and third quarters. That double-digit lead would be more than enough for their ninth win in the last 11 games following a 0-2 start to the season. At 9-4, the Red Cubs are breathing down the necks of top two teams 10-2 College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills and 9-3 Mapua High School. Third-running San Beda also gained separation from fourth-running Jose Rizal High School after it fell to the Staglets, 51-56. Milo Janao did the heavy lifting as always with 19 points and seven rebounds while JP Timbancaya contributed 10 markers and six boards of his own. Behind those two, the Staglets took the fight out of their opponents and charged to 5-8 – still well in contention in the tournament. John Amores paced the Light Bombers with 16 points on top of seven rebounds and three assists. He was the lone scorer in double-digits, however, and as such, saw his squad fail to build on its big-time upset of the Red Robins a week ago. Still, with a 7-6 record, JRU stayed at solo fourth all of University of Perpetual Help (5-6), Arellano High School (5-6), Lycuem of the Philippines University (5-7), Baste (3-8), and even Colegio de San Juan de Letran (3-8) right behind. Meanwhile, the loss pushed the Brigadiers to the brink now at 2-10. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME SAN SEBASTIAN 56 – Janao 19, Timbancaya 10, Are 6, Gomez 6, Loristo 4, Cortes 4, Balo 3, Perez 2, Suico 2, Baclaan 0, Cruz 0, Dela Cruz 0, Austria 0 JRU 51 – Amores 16, Vasquez 7, Bucoy 7, Ganut 6, Icban 4, Dionisio 3, Portales 3, Baluyut 2, Sy 2, Mangio 1, Delos Santos 0, Fortuna 0 QUARTER SCORES: 11-10, 29-25, 38-36, 56-51 SECOND GAME SAN BEDA 80 – Coyoca 18, Ynot 13, Pelipel 11, Llarena 9, Estacio 8, Oliva 7, Lazaro 6, Andrada 4, Talampas 2, Valencia 2, Sanchez 0, Alcantara 0, Calibo 0 EAC 71 – Ilustrisimo 16, Boado 14, Sanosa 9, Balowa 7, Murillo 7, Quebral 6, Lozano 4, Sumagaysay 4, Encila 2, Mejia 2, Pascual 0, Calara 0, Rivera 0 QUARTER SCORES: 13-14, 38-28, 59-46, 80-71 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 20th, 2018

Dumaguete Bishop Calls for Prayers for Pope, Catholic Church

DUMAGUETE CITY – Bishop Julito Cortes of the Diocese of Dumaguete has called on the clergy and the faithful to offer prayers for Pope Francis in the midst of the challenges and accusations hurled against the Catholic Church. “As I have said in my homilies in several churches already, the call for us is really […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsSep 20th, 2018

Unholy row rocks Presbyterian church in Seoul

SEOUL: One of the world’s largest Presbyterian churches has been engulfed by an unholy row after its pastor sought to pass the super-rich South Korean institution into the control of his son. Religion remains a powerful social force in the South, and the country’s biggest spiritual organizations are wealthy and influential. More than a dozen [...] The post Unholy row rocks Presbyterian church in Seoul appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsSep 17th, 2018

Christian churches seek donations for Filipinos hit by Ompong

MANILA, Philippines – The National Council of Churches in the Philippines launched a fund drive on Saturday, September 15, for families hit by Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut). "We call on our ecumenical friends to be in solidarity with those affected by the typhoon by donating in cash or ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 15th, 2018

‘Ompong’ barrels through Abra

BAGUIO CITY---- Strong winds howled through Abra province on Saturday (Sept. 15) as Typhoon 'Ompong' barreled through the provinces of northern Luzon. Strong winds churned by the typhoon almost ripped the roof off a plaza stage in La Paz town. Fallen trees and other debris have blocked roads as residents have been advised to stay indoors until crews have finished clearing the debris, said Elmer Bersamin, chief of the Abra Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office. Since Friday night (Sept. 14) residents have fled their homes and moved to the various relocation centers. The local government and the local churches are also taking care of some 1153 families (4...Keep on reading: ‘Ompong’ barrels through Abra.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 15th, 2018

NCAA Season 94: Pirates extend win streak to 12

Lyceum of the Philippines University encountered a very game Emilio Aguinaldo College Thursday. The Pirates found the Generals a tough nut to crack as LPU had a hard time shaking off a very clingy EAC squad. But just like in their past conquests, the Pirates came up on top 95-75 to extend their winning streak 12 straight and remain unscathed in the NCAA Season 94 seniors basketball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. LPU, which struggled in the first half, made life miserable for EAC as they forced a season-high 38 turnovers that the Pirates converted into 38 points. The Pirates won their 30th straight elimination round game since their amazing elims sweep last year that gave them an outright ticket to the Finals only to lose via sweep in the championship series against San Beda University.     The Generals kept the game close up until the early part of the fourth quarter before LPU stepped on the gas, forcing turnovers off choking pressure defense and turning them into easy baskets to blow the game wide open. CJ Perez led the Pirates with 19 points and grabbed five rebounds while Mike Nzeusseu posted 18 markers. Jaycee Marcelino played despite coming off a flu and finished with 15 points while Ralph Tansingco and Jayvee Marcelino added 11 and 10 markers, respectively, for the Intramuros-based squad. Despite EAC taking a six-point lead early in the opening quarter and keeping the game close the whole first half, LPU head coach Topex Robinson knew that his wards will still survive the Generals' challenge. "I think it's not really something that we're surprised with because I know the first half the energy level of the other team is still there. So we know that we're going to make some mistakes and what's important for us is how we sustain it (energy) for 40 minutes," said Robinson. "I think that's very important on the way that we have to be disciplined and the way that we play defense especially on offense," he added. "So it came as no surprise to us that the game's close in the first half."        EAC dropped to 2-9 win-loss record and absorbed its fifth straight defeat. Jerome Garcia flirted with a double-double with 30 points on 12-of-19 field goal shooting and nine rebounds for the Generals. Jess Bautista had 19 markers and 13 boards while Hamadou Laminou finished with 10 points and 10 rebounds in a lost cause for EAC.    The scores: LPU (95) - Perez 19, Nzeusseu 18, Marcelino JC. 15, Tansingco 11, Marcelino JV. 10, Pretta 5, Ayaay 4, Valdez 4, Santos 4, Yong 3, Caduyac 2, Ibañez 0, Lumbao 0, Cinco 0, Serrano 0. EAC (75) - Garcia 30, Bautista 19, Hamadou Laminou 10, Maguliano 8, Gonzales 4, Cruz 2, Neri 2, Diego 0, Corilla 0, Natividad 0, Mendoza 0, Cadua 0. Quarterscores: 20-18, 41-40, 61-53, 95-75   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles            .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 13th, 2018

PVL Open Conference: Lady Falcons ready to soar

Fresh from its impressive outing in the collegiate tournament, Adamson University tries its luck against veteran club teams in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Open Conference. The Lady Falcons will parade the same lineup they had in the Collegiate Conference in the all-Filipino, eight-team field tournament slated to begin on September 22. Adamson displayed a promising run in the Collegiate Conference after claiming the third place trophy. The Lady Falcons swept the elimination round only to fall short in the semifinals against eventual tournament champion University of the Philippines. Back to lead Adamson are Collegiate Conference Best Opposite Spiker Eli Soyud, 2nd Best Outside Hitter Bernadette Flora, Best Libero Thang Ponce and Best Setter MJ Igao. The Lady Falcons will only lose the services of Joy Dacoron as the middle blocker will suit up for her club BanKo.    The Lady Falcons joined last year’s edition and finished last in the eight-team field. Here’s Adamson’s lineup: Sang Pinar Eli Soyud Chrislyn Uy Bernadette Flora Chiara Permentilla Mae Roque Lea Ann Perez Thang Ponce Nina Balang Krich Macaslang Nica Yandoc Trisha Genesis MJ Igao Chen Ave.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 13th, 2018

‘Mangkhut’ gains strength as it nears PAR

Typhoon “Mangkhut” gained strength as it neared the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR). It was expected to enter the country at 2 p.m. Wednesday, the weather bureau said. Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) weather forecaster Chris Perez said that as of 3 a.m., “Mangkhut” which will be named “Ompong” once it enters [...] The post ‘Mangkhut’ gains strength as it nears PAR appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsSep 12th, 2018

China shuts down prominent Christian church

BEIJING, China – Beijing officials have shut down one of China's largest "underground" Protestant churches for operating without a license, the Communist government's latest move to ramp up control over religious worship. Around 70 officials stormed into the Zion Church – housed on the third floor of a nondescript office building ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 10th, 2018

The pure gift of God

WESTERN and Eastern Catholic Churches celebrate the birthday of the Blessed Virgin Mary today (September 8). No woman is so well-known and loved than the Mother of Jesus, an honor that began with the Apostles even before Jesus ascended into heaven. The affection of Catholics for her arose from her many appearances and intercessions through […] The post The pure gift of God appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsSep 7th, 2018

Perez keys Pirates’ romp; Lions roarin’

Lyceum of the Philippines U and San Beda U carved out victories in varying fashions as they firmed up their hold of the 1-2 spots in Season 94 NCAA seniors basketball tournament at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan yesterday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 7th, 2018

PVL: Lady Maroons shoot for championship berth

University of the Philippines looks to ride the momentum of its huge win in the Final Four series opener to finish off Adamson University Saturday in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Game time is at 4:00 p.m. and will air via livestream. The Lady Maroons snapped the Lady Falcons’ unbeaten streak with a 24-26, 25-19, 25-22, 25-20, victory in Game 1 of the best-of-three series last Wednesday. Marian Buitre starred in UP’s win and is expected to deliver the same performance as the Lady Maroons gun for a breakthrough championship stint. Aside from Buitre, UP coach Godfrey Okumu will also pin his hopes on Isa Molde, Marist Layug, Aie Gannaban and sophomore Roselyn Rosier. But the Lady Falcons want to write a different script and force a series decider on Sunday. Bernadette Flora, Eli Soyud and Le-Anne Perez will lead the charge for the Air Padda-mentored squad.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles    .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 31st, 2018

PVL: Lady Maroons draw closer to championship round

University of the Philippines made Adamson University feel the sting of its first loss in the tournament. Marian Buitre engineered the Lady Maroons’ fightback from six points down midway in the fourth set to help UP close Game 1 of the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference best-of-three Final Four, 24-26, 25-19, 25-22, 25-20, Wednesday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. The Lady Maroons chipped away a 12-18 deficit in the fourth set behind Buitre’s torrid spiking to take a 21-18 advantage. Eli Soyud was able to stop the Lady Falcons’ bleeding but Buitre sparked the closing 4-1 barrage which she sealed with an off the block kill.    "I think the players got composed and you can see the way Buitre, from there, I think Buitre did a very good job," said UP coach Godfrey Okumu, whose wards exacted revenge on their four-set elims loss to Adamson and registered their first back-to-back wins this conference. Game 2 is on Saturday. Buitre finished with 25 points with 23 coming off attacks including eight of UP's last 13 points in the fourth frame. Marist Layug posted 14 markers while Roselyn Rosier had 11 points while Aie Gannaban scored 10.  Isa Molde took the back seat on offense, logging nine points but was active on floor defense with 17 digs while rookie setter Marianne Sotomil tallied 29 excellent sets in the Lady Maroons' 55 attack points. The Lady Falcons, which swept the seven-game elims, got into trouble with UP's relentless comeback as early as the opening set with Adamson squandering a couple of set points before sealing the first frame. The Lady Maroons, using their late first set momentum, turned the tables around in the next two frames to take the driver's seat.        Adamson threatened to take the match into a decider, taking an 18-12 lead before Buitre took over for UP. Bernadette Flora scored 20 points while Eli Soyud and Le-Anne Perez got 16 and 11 markers, respectively, for the Lady Falcons.     ---    Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 29th, 2018

Fernando Zobel’s ‘Saeta 52’ rediscovered—devotional lament for demolished heritage

A very rare work from abstract pioneer and modern master Fernando Zobel's famous "Saeta" series, among those originally exhibited in the legendary Philippine Art Gallery (PAG) in 1958, will be auctioned off by Len Gallery during its Magnificent September Auction on Sept. 8. "Saeta 52," or "Pared Madrilea," signed and dated 1958, bears a certificate of authenticity issued by Zobel's confidante Rafael Perez-Madero. This painting will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonn of Zobel that will be published in Spain, said Len owner Jaime Ponce de Len. Provenance of the painting is from the old PAG, the pioneer modern art gallery established by Lydia Arguilla. "Saeta 52" was...Keep on reading: Fernando Zobel’s ‘Saeta 52’ rediscovered—devotional lament for demolished heritage.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 26th, 2018

Ocon s uncertain F1 future draws sympathy from Hamilton

By Jerome Pugmire, Associated Press SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium (AP) — Not even the highest praise may be enough for Esteban Ocon to keep his Formula One seat. The 21-year-old Frenchman faces an uncertain future with the re-named Racing Point Force India team, despite being one of the most promising drivers around. Two days ago, the team came out of administration following a successful takeover by Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll. Stroll's son, 19-year-old Lance, drives for Williams but could reportedly move to Racing Point Force India. "My future is not done. At the moment I don't know where I will race next year or what I will do," Ocon said at the Belgian Grand Prix. "The only thing I can do is do well on the track." He certainly did that on Saturday. In wet conditions at Spa, Ocon qualified in third place for Sunday's race behind four-time F1 champions Sebastian Vettel and polesitter Lewis Hamilton. "We expect to be there. We've got the cars, the consistency," Ferrari driver Vettel said before praising Ocon. "It's his day." Ocon has serious credentials. He beat Red Bull's Max Verstappen — the youngest driver to win an F1 race at 18 — to the European F3 title in 2014, winning it with a round to spare and earning a spot on the prestigious Mercedes F1 junior program. Ocon was once described as a "sponge" by his technical director because of his ability to absorb information and learn quickly . There are precious few seats up for grabs next year and his teammate Sergio Perez is unlikely to be dropped. It was legal action by Perez, who was reportedly owed around 3 million pounds ($3.9 million), which initiated the team going into administration and effectively saved it. Lance Stroll would not commit his future to Williams on Thursday. "At the moment I'm at Williams, we'll see what happens with me in the future and I wish (my father) all the best with Force India," he said. "It's definitely a very exciting future for him." Hamilton says Ocon should not be put in such an uncertain situation. "I've always been a supporter of Esteban's. How he conducts himself and how he performs on the track is exceptional," Hamilton said after taking his 78th pole position. "Unfortunately, we're in a weird place in Formula One, where you've got some teams that, rather than take an up-and-coming kid, they'll take whoever's got the money. It means the structure of the sport is probably wrong. "He needs to be in a great car because he's one of the top drivers here," Hamilton added. "You can't expect someone who's got more money to leapfrog a better driver. It shouldn't happen." Even if Williams offered Ocon a seat, it would be a step down for him considering the team is last in the constructors' championship. But with Valtteri Bottas, Hamilton's teammate, given a contract for next year , there is no space yet at Mercedes for one of its own prodigies......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 26th, 2018

San Beda s 50-point man Robert Bolick is co-Player of the Week

It was a special kind of week for individual performances in the NCAA Season 94. And two players from rival schools stood at the forefront of it all. San Beda's Robert Bolick and Letran's Bong Quinto put up performances which will be remembered for a long time - the type that won't be replicated in the foreseeable future. This forced the hand of the men and women covering the oldest collegiate tournament in the country to give the Chooks-to-Go NCAA Press Corps Player of the Week award to both of them, the first time in a long while that reporters handed out the weekly individual plum to two players. Bolick came away with the best scoring performance the league has seen in 44 years as he dropped 50 on a hapless Arellano side as San Beda took a 98-79 win last Friday. The 6'1 guard out of Leyte made 18 of his 25 shots from the field and all nine of his free throws to put together the second highest scoring output in league history, next only to Lim Eng Beng's 55 back when La Salle was still in the NCAA. Here's the best from Robert Bolick's INSANE 5️⃣0️⃣ -point masterpiece vs Arellano. #NCAASeason94 #GalingNCAA pic.twitter.com/xJPssXe5S4 — ABS-CBN Sports (@abscbnsports) August 24, 2018 "You can't really compare Robert to anyone ‘cause iba-iba sila ng laro but again, nag-iisa lang ang Robert Bolick," said Red Lions coach Boyet Fernandez. "August 24, I declare it as Robert Bolick day," he added. While Bolick made his mark when it comes to scoring, Quinto pretty much did everything else. The hulking forward put together two triple-doubles in a span of four days as the Knights swept their last two games of the elimination round with wins over Mapua and Emilio Aguinaldo College. The former Juniors MVP had averages of 12 points, 10 rebounds and 10.5 assists in that stretch - joining the likes of now-PBA stars Calvin Abueva and Scottie Thompson as the only players to notch back-to-back triple-doubles. "Bong Quinto is truly our leader. He is setting an example kaya nagiging maganda takbo namin," said Letran head coach Jeff Napa. "If Bong plays well, everybody plays well. Ang maganda ay in-accept na niya yung pagiging leader ng team." The pair's performances were so rare that it completeley overshadowed a string of other standout players for the week. Bolick and Quinto edged out the likes of CJ Perez of Lyceum and St. Benilde's Justing Gutang for the weekly plum......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 26th, 2018

Celebrating nature in Chinese painting

Artist-teacher Ceasar Cheng recently featured some of his works at the Solaire Resort & Casino, in an exhibit titled "Oriental Brushstrokes II," and sponsored by Solaire and the Confucius Institute of the Ateneo de Manila University. There were colorful paintings of eagles and peacocks, Spanish colonial churches, kalesa and fierce-looking dragons. Flowers of different kinds and colors were in evidence as well. One is bombarded with so many colors at Cheng's exhibit, and the masterful brushstrokes give the paintings a lifelike quality. "When I was in high school, I enrolled in summer courses. It was when Taiwan sent masters to the Philippines to teach traditional Chinese pai...Keep on reading: Celebrating nature in Chinese painting.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 25th, 2018