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Fare hike opposed

A commuter group strongly opposed the proposed P3 fare hike by Metro Manila and Provincial buses. Jessie Santos, national president of Public Commuters and Motorists Alliance (PCMA) said the proposed fare hike is “unacceptable”. This is too much! said Santos. “Sobra sobra eto, saan na kami pupulutin, sa pamasahe lang….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsFeb 17th, 2018Related News

KZ Tandingan now a regular contender on China’s ‘Singer 2018’

MANILA, Philippines – KZ Tandingan is now a regular contender on the Chinese show Singer 2018! (READ:  KZ Tandingan tops Chinese singing contest round against Jessie J ) KZ performed “The Pain which You Don't Know" in Mandarin on the February 17 episode of the show. Her performance led to her ranking 6th out of 8 in the episode. American singer ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsFeb 17th, 2018Related News

KZ Tandingan wins vs. Jessie J in Chinese singing conte...

KZ Tandingan wins vs. Jessie J in Chinese singing conte........»»

Source: Cnnphilippines CnnphilippinesCategory: EntertainmentFeb 14th, 2018Related News

Collado’s career game allows QC Capitals to join Batangas City Athletics on MPBL leaderboard

IMUS — Big man Jessie Collado asserted his might anew as he came up with a career game in powering Quezon City to an 87-78 victory over erstwhile unbeaten Navotas Clutch in the MPBL-Anta Rajah Cup at the City of Imus Sports Complex here. Mr. Collado had another monster game, coming away with a double-double […] The post Collado’s career game allows QC Capitals to join Batangas City Athletics on MPBL leaderboard appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Source: Bworldonline BworldonlineCategory: NewsFeb 11th, 2018Related News

KZ Tandingan bests idol Jessie J in her debut in China singing contest

KZ’s riveting version of Adele’s 'Rolling in the Deep' was a hit with the studio audience, who elected her to the top spot......»»

Source: Interaksyon InteraksyonCategory: TopFeb 11th, 2018Related News

KZ Tandingan tops Chinese singing contest round against Jessie J

MANILA, Philippines – Singer KZ Tandigan took the top spot in this week's episode of Singers 2018 in China, beating Jessie J. KZ performed her jazz version of Adele's "Rolling In The Deep," where she also did some Filipino rapping. You can view her performance above starting at the ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsFeb 10th, 2018Related News

Muntinlupa, QC trounce MPBL rivals

Quezon City and Muntinlupa routed their respective rivals on Tuesday night to pick up their second straight triumph in the MPBL Anta-Rajah Cup at JCSGO Gym in Quezon City. The Royal Manila-backed Capitals subdued the Imus Bandera-GLC Truck and Equipment, 84-75. The Cagers of Muntinlupa, being supported by Angelis Resort, dumped the Caloocan Supremos-Longrich, 89-76, in the other game of the tournament organized by Sen. Manny Pacquiao with former PBA MVP Kenneth Duremdes as commissioner. The Capitals turned to ex-La Salle stalwart PJ Barua in the early goings to take a 29-17 lead, then went to big man Jessie Collado in the second half to pick up their second win in as many games ...Keep on reading: Muntinlupa, QC trounce MPBL rivals.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Feb 7th, 2018Related News
Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesFeb 7th, 2018Related News

QC remains perfect, takes share of lead

STANDINGS TEAM          W     L Navotas        2     0 Batangas      2     0 QC                2     0 Muntinlupa    2     1 Bulacan         1     1 Paranaque     1     1 Valenzuela     1     1 Imus               0     2 Bataan            0     2 Caloocan        0     3   Quezon City moved up to a three-way tie at the top spot after claiming its second win at the expense of visiting team Imus Bandera, 84-75, Tuesday in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Anta Rajah Cup at the JCSGO Seed Gym. The Capitals started out hot and maintained their momentum to easily demolish the Bandera to join Navotas and Batangas at the top of the heap. Jay Collado led the way for the home team with 17 points and eight rebounds, Peejay Baraua posted 15 markers while Jomar Santos and Joco Tayongytong finished with 10 points each. “Naging key namin kanina yung depensa namin,” said Collado, who had 7-of-10 field goal shooting . The Capitals opened up with a 27-9 blitz in the first quarter and from there controlled the pace of the rest of the match. Chestern Melencio got 18 points for Imus. University of Sto. Tomas product Jamil Sheriff tallied 12 points while Jessie Saitanan and Raniel Diwa scored 10 each for the Bandera, who absorbed their second loss in as many games to join Bataan. In the first match, Muntinlupa claimed its second straight victory in an 89-76 blowout of the listless Caloocan Supremos. The Cagers rode on their torrid second quarter shooting to turn a close 23-20 first set lead to 47-36 advantage at half time. The Supremos never got a chance to cut their deficit to single digit. Dave Moralde and Chito Jaime led Muntinlupa with 23 points each. Felix Apreku had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds while Allan Mangahas scored 10 and dished out 12 assists for the Cagers, who moved to solo fourth spot. Caloocan dropped its third game in as many outings. Ralph Salcedo had 18 points while Ronald Roy and James Mangahas had 13 and 11 markers, respectively, for the Supremos......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsFeb 6th, 2018Related News

KZ Tandingan to compete in China s Singer 2018

CHINA — Soul singer, composer, and recording artist KZ Tandingan marks her debut on the global stage as she goes up against international music stars in the.....»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: MoviesFeb 6th, 2018Related News

Perlas off to a fast start in BVR Ilocos Sur

Similar to what happened in 2017, Bea Tan is off to a fast start in 2018 to open BVR on Tour. In the first leg in Ilocis Sur Saturday, Perlas 3, composed of Tan and Amanda Villanuva, opened group play with back-to-back wins against PLDT and FEU, putting them no. 1 on Group C of the women's division. In other results, Iloilo's DM Demontano and Jackie Estoquia, both BVR regulars, likewise got off to a 2-0 start, earning the number 1 ranking in Group A after Day 1. Airforce's Judy Caballejo and Coyah Abanto also won two straight to start, topping Group B, while Group D's no. 1 slot belonged to UST's Genesa Eslapor and Babylove Barbon. In men's play, Hong Kong's Brian Nordberg and Giovanni Musillo zoomed to two straight wins for solo Group D lead while UST's KR Guzman and Henry Pecana took care of Group C with the same record. Also winners in day 1 are Cebu's Jade Becaldo and Fort Libres in Group B (2-0) as well as Alkran Abdilla and Jessie Lopez of Airforce 1 for Group A (2-1). Action continues Sunday at the Ichthus Beach in Magsingal, Ilocos Sur. Catch the BVR livestream via youtube.com/abscbnsports   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 27th, 2018Related News

Sandiganbayan junks plea of Army officer in sex scandal

THE Sandiganbayan Sixth Division has found enough basis to proceed with the trial of a former colonel of the Philippine Army who was charged with three separate counts of violation of Anti-Sexual Harassment Act. The Anti-Graft Division denied the motion of ex-Col. Jessie Mario Borja Dosado, then serving as commanding….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsJan 24th, 2018Related News

San Beda beats LSGH on penalties to retain Juniors football crown

The San Beda College Red Cubs survived a valiant College of Saint Benilde-La Salle Greenhills effort, beating the Greenies 3-1 on penalties to retain the NCAA Juniors football title, Monday evening at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium.  While San Beda dominated the shots in the first 45 minutes of action, it was CSB who came the closest to scoring, getting the ball into the back of the net but the goal was ruled off side.  The Greenies eventually took control in the second half, with Vin Dela Cruz scoring in the 63rd minute.  Senior Red Cubs striker JR Suba needed only six minutes to respond, as he drained the equalizer in the 69th minute.  Two minutes later, the Greenies would take the lead once more, courtesy of a Kobe Del Rosario conversion.  Again, it was Suba to the rescue for the Red Cubs, pulling the defending champions even in the 73rd.  Neither side would manage a deadlock-breaking conversion and the match headed into extra-time.  In the 109th minute, LSGH would again take the driver's seat as Dela Cruz's brace gave the Taft-based side a chance to extend the finals series.  For the third time in the match, Suba would rise to the occasion as he headed in a 118th minute equalizer to ultimately force a penalty shootout.  LSGH was the first to get on the board in the shootout thanks to a Jethro Borlongan attempt, but that would be the only time they'd get past San Beda keeper Jessie Semblante, who successfully denied all of the Greenies' succeeding penalty attempts.  With the title one conversion away, it was Semblante who stepped up to the spot and calmly beat LSGH keeper Joshua Gatchalian to clinch the championship.  "Hindi parin ako nawalan ng pag-asa," said Suba, talking about being down 3-2 with mere minutes left in the match. "Sabi nga ni coach Aris Caslib, hangga't hindi pinipito ng referee yung final whistle, wag kang susuko, may chance pa din." "Ayun nga, dumating yung chance. Patience lang. Dumating yung goal." continued Suba, who finished with a hattrick in his final match as a Red Cub. Suba was also named the season Most Valuable Player, and the season's Best Striker, with 20 conversions to his name.  San Beda's Semblante was named Best Goal Keeper, while teammate Eldwin Escoro was named Best Defender.  Red Cubs coach Jeff Cuayong was named Coach of the Year.  Other awardees include LSGH's Raphael Santos, who was named Best Midfielder, and University of Perpetual Help, who took home the Fair Play Award.  This is the 17th juniors football title for San Beda and their fourth in the last six seasons.   .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 15th, 2018Related News

San Beda downs LSGH, moves closer to juniors football title repeat

Defending NCAA juniors football champions San Beda College used an early second-half blitz to come back and defeat CSB-LSGH, 2-1, Friday afternoon at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium. LSGH was getting the better chances early in the match, and came very close to getting a quick 1-0 lead after San Beda committed a foul inside the penalty box. Loyd Soco was tasked to take the Penalty Kick, but missed out on scoring after sending it straight to Red Cubs keeper Jessie Semblante’s mitts. The Greenies ended up getting on the board first anyway, after striker Vin Dela Cruz found the back of the net in the 33rd minute. It was all San Beda in the second half however, as the defending champs turned the match around in a matter of seven minutes. Jimmar Castillo scored the equalizer in the 47th minute, and then doubled up in the 54th minute to give the Red Cubs a 2-1 advantage. The Taft-based side pushed hard to pull even, but couldn’t manage an equalizer of their own as the Red Cubs held on for the win. San Beda finds themselves one game away from back-to-back juniors titles, while LSGH will look to even things up. Match two takes place on Monday, January 15th, at 4:00 PM, also at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 12th, 2018Related News

Profiling Scotland’s Wolf-Headed Monsters

BACK in May 2016, I wrote an article here at Mysterious Universe titled “Beware of the Wulver .” it began as follows: “In her 1932 book, Shetland Traditional Lore, the noted folklorist Jessie Margaret Saxby, wrote: ‘The Wulver was a creature like a man with a wolf’s head. He had….....»»

Source: Journal JournalCategory: NewsJan 2nd, 2018Related News

Resorts World Manila

Join us in three different New Year’s Eve celebrations happening on December 31 at Resorts World Manila! 🎉🥂✨ Catch UDD, KZ Tandingan, Michael “Mitoy” Yonting, Alex Calleja and Gb Labrador at The Plaza, Newport Mall. Party with Judith Banal and Randy Santiago at Bar 360. Or be part of The Grand Countdown to 2018 at… link: Resorts World Manila.....»»

Source: Manilainformer ManilainformerCategory: Dec 27th, 2017Related News

Blooming

Beautiful, elegant roses filled Chef Jessie at Rockwell, Makati City as the ever blooming Letty Hahn celebrated her birthday recently......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsDec 21st, 2017Related News

Inside the Asean gala dinner

  The Asean gala dinner last Nov. 12 at SMX Convention Center feted delegates of the 10 Asean countries and 10 dialogue partners, six delegates' spouses, as well as Cabinet secretaries, senators, representatives, local government and various agency officials, businessmen and diplomats---a total of 1,350 guests.   Chef Jessie Sincioco and Sofitel catered for the gala dinner, while Via Mare provided food for the cocktails. The venue was styled by designer Ito Kish, while Malacaang florists provided the roses, carnations, celosia and mokara orchids. Black Tiffany chairs were used for the elegant table settings.   The outstanding after-dinner program, titled...Keep on reading: Inside the Asean gala dinner.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 25th, 2017Related News

Spain’s best ham—available all day at Chef Jessie this November

  There are hams and there are hams, but the one that you should never pass up is the jamon Iberico---the jewel in Spain's culinary crown. This exquisite ham starts its life as black-footed pigs roaming around in merry abandon while grazing on acorns that fall from the cork and oak trees, somewhere in Spain's ecologically balanced Dehesa region. While there are different grades of Iberico ham, the best is said to be Cinco Jotas, or 5J. Its ham comes only from 100-percent purebred Iberico pigs, says maestro cortador Michael Lopez Teves, the first Filipino master carver of jamon Iberico. Characterized by their dark skin, sharp snout, floppy ears and long, lean muscular...Keep on reading: Spain’s best ham—available all day at Chef Jessie this November.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 16th, 2017Related News

Chef Jessie, Sofitel prep Filipino-Asian feast for Asean gala dinner

Chef Jessie Sincioco would prepare a four-course Filipino-Asian meal for the 1,300 guests of the special gala dinner for the 50th anniversary celebration of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) that would be held at the SMX Convention Center in the Mall of Arena Complex on November 12. Sincioco, who also prepared meals for Pope Francis during his visit to the Philippines in 2015, was selected to make the plated dinner for the guests, which includes world leaders, heads of state, diplomats, government officials and other dignitaries here and abroad. Sincioco, a renowned chef, owns three restaurants in Metro Manila -- the Top of the Citi by Chef Jessie, Chef Jessie ...Keep on reading: Chef Jessie, Sofitel prep Filipino-Asian feast for Asean gala dinner.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Nov 10th, 2017Related News