Natural fawn killer

CHICAGO — A judge in the US state of Missouri has sentenced a prolific poacher to repeat screenings of Bambi, the Walt Disney classic weepy about a fawn whose mother is slain by a hunter. David Berry Jr. will be forced to see the animated movie at least once a month during his year-long jail […].....»»

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9 Classic Pinoy Comfort Food Perfect for The Cold Weather

9 Classic Pinoy Comfort Food Perfect for The Cold Weather.....»»

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2018: Trump s year of disruption – and danger ahead

WASHINGTON DC, USA – He came, he disrupted, he declared victory. Ask Donald Trump and he'll tell you 2018 was a roaring success. "Nobody's ever done a better job than I'm doing as president," Trump told Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward. Classic Trump. Best ever or not, there's no denying this most unusual ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsDec 16th, 2018Related News

Toni Braxton is in the holiday spirit with Lifetime movie

NEW YORK --- Toni Braxton has been nominated for Grammys again for her latest album, but these days the singer is also focusing on acting --- and flexing her producing muscles. "I find that I really love everything about film and filmmaking," the multiplatinum-singer said in a recent interview. "I just really love movies, whether TV or anything that's dealing with film." Braxton, a seven-time Grammy winner nominated for three more Grammys earlier this month for her latest album "Sex & Cigarettes," is currently starring in "Every Day Is Christmas" on Lifetime. Inspired by the Charles Dickens classic, "A Christmas Carol," the movie centers around Alexis Taylor, played by Brax...Keep on reading: Toni Braxton is in the holiday spirit with Lifetime movie.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Dec 16th, 2018Related News

Treat your skin gently at all times

  There is a portion in the childhood classic "Heidi" by Johanna Spyri where the child protagonist is told by her grandfather to wash up one morning before she can go up the mountains with her friend Peter. When she reappears, she has scrubbed her face, arms and neck clean that "as she stood there, she was as red all over as a lobster."   That squeaky clean feeling might seem like the ideal of cleanliness, but is actually proof that we've gone overboard. As Dr. Mara Huber, a and member of the Philippine Dermatological Society, pointed out recently, "Cleanser is the most damaging part of our regimen because of the surfactants (surface active agents) that don't diffe...Keep on reading: Treat your skin gently at all times.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Dec 14th, 2018Related News

A good watch, a go-to bag–9 staples to keep as you declutter

  As the year comes to a close and we welcome Christmas gifts, there is no better time than now to declutter and assess what you really need.   I recommend keeping these nine staples:   A black blazer. But not any will do. A good blazer should have a classic look and should fit just right: not too tight and not too loose.   A white T-shirt. I get mine from James Perse.   Jeans are a standard pick. A good pair will see you through many wears and occasions. Choose a pair that gives your butt a good lift. Make sure it falls straight and has a slim fit.   Pencil skirt. An alternative to jeans is a classic pencil skirt...Keep on reading: A good watch, a go-to bag–9 staples to keep as you declutter.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Dec 14th, 2018Related News

Super Crunch extend streak; Classic frustrate Crusaders

The Super Crunch crushed El Tigre, 79-63, to become the hottest squad in the North division of the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Datu Cup......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsDec 12th, 2018Related News

PlayStation Classic successfully modified shortly after release

MANILA, Philippines – Well, that didn't take long. The PlayStation Classic, a miniature version of the original PlayStation released in the mid '90s, has already been proven to be "modifiable" – just like its ancestor.  The original PlayStation was known to be not very secure. In the Philippines, in ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsDec 11th, 2018Related News

The joke is on us

One of my favorite songs by the Bee Gees is the classic “I Started a Joke,” a song that turned out to be a massive hit......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsDec 11th, 2018Related News

Angelo Que to focus on Japan, Asian Tours

Angelo Que won’t go any further when he resumes his campaign in 2019, focusing on the Japan PGA Tour where he hopes to flourish after scoring a breakthrough victory in the Top Cup Tokai Classic last September in Aichi......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsDec 11th, 2018Related News

MANILA BAY Sunset Dining at Sunset Bar, Sofitel Manila | Best Place to Eat and Unwind in Manila – Manila Video

Launch of the new Sunset Bar at Sofitel Manila, experience a magnifique outdoor dining venue while enjoying the Manila Bay sunset. Also, savour grilled barbecued specialties while listening to live musical entertainment. Taste Lamb Shawarma, Chicken Liver Skewers, Tandoori, Satay and Kebabs paired with Tiki cocktails featuring classic and sweet and sour flavors. Also includes… link: MANILA BAY Sunset Dining at Sunset Bar, Sofitel Manila | Best Place to Eat and Unwind in Manila – Manila Video.....»»

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‘The Grinch’: Redemption story colorfully reimagined

Christmas gets "stolen" anew in this latest adaptation of the classic Dr. Seuss book. Colorfully reimagined and given a soundtrack with familiar Yuletide songs, the animated holiday feature "The Grinch" manages to favorably "pad" the old children's tale, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."   The Grinch (voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch), a green-furred humanoid creature who lives in isolation, gets to execute his scheme with more flair this time---made flashier, thanks to the nearly unlimited "realities" that animation allows.   Living only with his loyal dog Max, the titular grouch is still initially a bully, who gets to exhibit his prickly personality when he visi...Keep on reading: ‘The Grinch’: Redemption story colorfully reimagined.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Dec 7th, 2018Related News

Thai ace roars to 2-shot Pradera win | The Manila Times Online

LUBAO, Pampanga: Yupaporn Kawinpakorn hit two clutch backside birdies to claim the hotly-disputed ICTSI Pradera Verde Ladies Classic crown, repelling Dottie Ardina on No. 12 and beating fellow Thai Pi.....»»

Source: Manilanews ManilanewsCategory: NewsDec 7th, 2018Related News

UAAP Finals: UP s turning point of the season as told by seniors

The genesis of the historic UAAP Season 81 run of the University of the Philippines was not a promising one. Expectations were extremely high on the Fighting Maroons as they entered the season because of various reasons. Coach Bo Perasol was already in his third year since he took over UP's program. In college basketball language, the third year is when all rebuilding work should come to fruition. Bright Akhuetie, the dominant foreign-student athlete who transferred from NCAA to UAAP, was done with residency and could finally suit up for the luntian at pula. UP's prophetic sharp shooter and team captain Paul Desiderio decided to play his fifth year, choosing to close out his collegiate career over the chance to be immediately drafted into the professional ranks. Juan Gomez de Liano was entering his sophomore year with a Rookie of the Year award under his belt and was expected to improve more as a playmaker. Plus, the Fighting Maroons already had a lot of sponsors and financial support. But after the first round of the eliminations, despite all the supposed advantages that were on their side in the beginning of the season, the so-called Final Four contenders still found themselves in the sixth spot with a disappointing 3-4 record. To open the second round, they were slapped with another loss against the Ateneo de Manila University, relegating them to a 3-5 slate. At that point, graduating players Desiderio, Diego Dario, Jarrell Lim, Gelo Vito, and JJ Espanola decided that they were no longer having any of it. They are not going to leave UP as losers again. So they decided to call a seniors only meeting. "People were already doubting us. So kaming mga seniors, nag lunch kami noon sa Frankie's sa UP Town [Center] to meet," said Lim, referring to a popular chicken wings restaurant in the mall across the Diliman campus. "Nag-meeting kami. Parang anong nangyayari? Hindi ito yung season na ineexpect namin, what is happening?" narrated Dario, "So we went in to the details. We made sure na balanced yung insights namin with Paul's perspective, someone who plays a lot, tapos our perspective na usually from the bench, from the outside, kung ano nakikita namin." The seniors did not only talk about team culture or mindset, but they heavily discussed their plays, rotation, and moves - things that are usually considered by the coaching staff. "Yung mga usapan na walang bench production, hindi nakakapag-pahinga si ganito kasi hindi nagpoproduce si ganyan, or mga plays - to the detail talaga yung mga pinagusapan namin," Vito narrated. "Given all our insights, we decided to talk to our coaches," said Dario. However, talking to the coaches was something the seniors were not sure how to do. They did not want to give the impression that they were undermining the authority of their coaching staff, most especially coach Bo's, but at the same time they knew they had to let their insights out. "Noong una, kinakabahan pa kami kasi baka ma-insult sila, na baka coach Bo will feel disrespected. We were really scared of talking to him," shared Lim. "Baka kasi isipin niya 'You don't trust me?" Dario added. The seniors pressed on and forwarded their concerns to their assistant coaches. Eventually, their insights reached Perasol and he called them in for another seniors only meeting. "Kinabahan na kami! Parang hala, anong sasabihin ni Coach? Nag-text si Coach Mo [Gingerich], 'Coach Bo wants to talk to you, Coach Ricky [Dandan] pitched your ideas and he's really positive with it and he wants to meet you guys before practice,'" narrated Vito. The seniors came in to the meeting feeling scared but they came out of it feeling validated. It was a revelation of Perasol's character as a players' coach. The seniors shared that in the meeting, Perasol listened to them and made them feel that their voice mattered. "Doon mo talaga masasabi how coach Bo is as a coach. Sobrang respectful and talagang he really listens to his players. Dun mo talagang masasabi na Papa Bo mo talaga siya," said Lim, "Not even once did we hear any negative response from coach Bo kaya mahal na mahal talaga namin siya, lalo na kaming mga senior kasi siya talaga yung nag lead sa amin sa pagbabago." "He really is like a dad to us, legit," added Dario. Right after the meeting, the changes they wanted to see in the team were implemented right away. Aside from the tweaks in the plays, the seniors decided to alter the mood in their training as well. As Dario described, "We made sure to set the example in practice so from then, go hard kami sa practice. Nagkakapikunan na nga kami minsan sa sobrang intense." What makes that meeting more monumental is that since then, the Fighting Maroons started collecting wins. It was the turning point of the season. From a 3-5 slate, they finished the eliminations in the third spot with an 8-6 record. "Yun yung naging turning point, yun yung puro wins na kami," said Lim proudly. "Natalo lang kami sa Adamson [sa eliminations] tapos puro panalo na," added Vito. UP made it back in the Final Four after 21 years. For the first time in their season, they were meeting the expectations that were set on them in the beginning. But if we are talking about expectations, apparently UP was not just going to meet them, they went on to exceed them.  In the semifinals, they overcame a twice-to-beat advantage held by Adamson University, which earned them a ticket to the Finals against the Ateneo de Manila University. It was their first time back in the Finals after 32 years. They may have failed to win a single game in the heavily lopsided best-of-three Finals series, but they were able to mount a story that will forever remain a classic. They won't deny that this silver finish still glitters like gold, not only to the team, but to the rest of the UP community. The Fighting Maroons' story this season is a testament that winners are not just made in the hardcourt. Winners are made during meetings over chicken wings, in intense team practices, and with coaches who listen. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @the9cruz.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsDec 7th, 2018Related News

Thai ace buries clutch birdies, zooms to 2-shot Pradera triumph | Inquirer Sports

Yupaporn Kawinpakorn hit two crucial backside birdies to rule the ICTSI Pradera Verde Ladies Classic, repelling Dottie Ardina on No. 12 and beating fellow Thai Pimpadsorn Sangkagaro by two with a 69 h.....»»

Source: Philippinetimes PhilippinetimesCategory: NewsDec 7th, 2018Related News

Thai ace sustains form, wins Pradera Classic by two

Yupaporn Kawinpakorn kept her good run of form on the Ladies Philippine Golf Tour, closing out the year the way she kicked off her 2018 campaign – winning......»»

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

Congresswoman: Place La Union under military protection | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler: La Union 2nd District Representative Sandra Eriguel asks the Commission on Elections or Comelec to place La Union province under military protection. Convict Imelda Marcos posts P300,000 bail to enjoy temporary freedom after being found guilty of 7 counts of graft. A professional Filipino eSports player is banned from a million-dollar tournament in China. Classic ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsDec 6th, 2018Related News

U.S. radio stations pull Baby, It s Cold Outside in wake of 'MeToo

LOS ANGELES, USA  – It's that time of year when radio stations across the United States are playing Christmas music nonstop. But one classic holiday song is proving too controversial for some stations in the wake of the #MeToo movement. "Baby, It's Cold Outside" – a duet written in 1944 and ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsDec 5th, 2018Related News

Blazing finish puts Dottie Ardina back in hunt

Dottie Ardina unleashed a strong finishing kick to get back into the mix, banging in a pair of back-to-back birdies in the last five holes to shoot a two-under 70 and trail a hot-starting Ornicha Konsunthea of Thailand by two in the ICTSI Pradera Verde Ladies Classic here yesterday......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsDec 4th, 2018Related News

WATCH: Kylie, Kendall Jenner greet Filipinos, introduce fashion label

Kendall is inspired by sophisticated, classic, feminine silhouettes made sleek and contemporary; whereas Kylie brings eclectic originality and a signature playful edge. .....»»

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