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Jazz dominate from perimeter, top Nuggets 114-108

By John Coon, Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Donovan Mitchell scored 35 points and made a season-high six three-pointers to lead the Utah Jazz to a 114-108 win over the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday night (Thursday, PHL time). Ricky Rubio added 17 points and six assists, Rudy Gobert had 15 points and 11 rebounds, Joe Ingles added 14 points and eight assists and Jae Crowder had 15 points for Utah, which won for the ninth time in 11 games after hitting 19 three-pointers. Nikola Jokic scored 28 points and had 21 rebounds and six assists to lead the Nuggets, whose two-game winning streak ended despite shooting 42-of-88 — 48 percent — from the field. Will Barton added 22 points and a season-high nine rebounds. The game got a bit heated early when Utah's Derrick Favors and Denver's Mason Plumlee were both ejected with 2:46 left in the first quarter. The two shoved each either under the Nuggets basket, leading to more shoving from multiple players on both teams. Favors and Plumlee each received a technical foul, as did Utah's Royce O'Neale and Denver's Will Barton for pushing and shoving in the scrum. The Nuggets, who fell behind by double-digits in the first quarter, closed the gap and briefly overtook the Jazz when Barton made back-to-back baskets to cap a 9-0 run and give Denver a 31-30 lead early in the second quarter. It didn't last long. Rubio and Gobert scored on back-to-back plays to put Utah back in front less than a minute later. Denver tied it twice as the second quarter progressed, but the Jazz answered with seven three-pointers over the final eight minutes of the half to stay in front. Mitchell scored four of those outside baskets and his final one of the quarter put Utah ahead 63-55. The Jazz shot 13-of-27 (.481) from the perimeter in the first half, setting a franchise record for most three-pointers made in a half. Denver stayed within striking distance by getting nine baskets in the paint in both quarters. The Nuggets scored 36 points in the paint before halftime. Utah didn't cool down from outside in the second half. Rubio and Mitchell bookended an 11-2 run with three-pointers that gave the Jazz a 79-64 lead midway through the third quarter. The Nuggets rallied and closed to within four at 111-107 on Barton's three with 1:27 remaining. Gobert hit a pair of free throws on the other end, and then Mitchell blocked a layup attempt by Torrey Craig with 43.6 seconds left to help Utah halt the rally. TIP-INS Nuggets: Barton dished out a season-high five assists. He's averaging 3.0 assists over his last five games. ... Denver gave up 21 points on 16 turnovers. ... Jokic posted his 14th double-double in the Nuggets' last 19 games. ... Denver outscored Utah 54-32 in the paint. Jazz: Mitchell has scored at least 30 points in five of his last eight games. He has tallied at least 24 in 10 straight games. ... Utah edged Denver 22-18 in second-chance points. ... Gobert earned his 40th double-double of the season. ... The Jazz are the first Northwestern Division opponent to beat the Nuggets this season. UP NEXT Nuggets: Host the Suns on Friday (Saturday, PHL time). Jazz: Host the Timberwolves on Friday (Saturday, PHL time)......»»

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Fuel Masters blaze past Dyip

Phoenix Pulse started the game with a 12-0 salvo and dominated with a lead as big as 19 as the Fuel Masters crushed the Columbian Dyip and top rookie CJ Perez, 108-98, for a third straight win in a hot start in PBA Season 44......»»

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PBA: Papakasal kami eh, so kailangang kumita -- Revilla on playing inspired

LA Revilla is extra motivated this season. The Phoenix Pulse guard played an inspired game to help the Fuel Masters remain perfect, three games into the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup. With fiancée Petron star Denden Lazaro watching the game at the Big Dome, Revilla pumped in 12 points and dished out seven assists in Phoenix’s 108-98 victory over Columbian Dyip Wednesday night. Asked about his inspiration for playing well, Revilla had a simple answer. “Dagdag inspiration? Oo kasi gagastos ako after one year papakasal kami eh. So kailangang kumita,” Revilla told reporters in jest, just an earshot away from Lazaro. Revilla, a former De La Salle University star, recently proposed to the Ateneo de Manila University product. The couple plan to tie the knot next year. Revilla shot 4-of-8 from the field and added four rebounds and a steal. “Okay naman (ang laro ko), buti mataas ‘yung field goal,” he said. With Revilla playing consistent, the Fuel Masters are moving on the right direction.    “Sana magtuluy-tuloy, syempre hindi naman namin mapa-promise or magiging 11-0, hindi naman yun ‘yung goal. As much as possible, one game at a time lang,” said Revilla. “Last conference, second nga kami, natalo naman kami sa twice-to-beat. So it doesn’t really matter yung standing, I think the growth of the team ‘yung importante.” Phoenix will stake its unbeaten slate once again against Blackwater at the Ynares Sports Center in Antipolo on February 1.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

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PBA: Dyip s Jerramy King out for 2-3 months due to PCL tear

Columbian Dyip guard Jerramy King will miss 2-3 months due to a slight tear to the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. He suffered the injury during the second quarter of the Dyip's 124-118 win against the retooled San Miguel Beermen last Friday at the Cuneta Astrodome. King managed to finish the game as he racked up 7 points, 8 rebounds, and an assist in 24:33 minutes of playing time. "I went for a layup on Chris Ross and I fell down. My adrenaline helped me to play through the game but after the game I wasn’t able to walk anymore. So I went to the doctor and that’s what they told me," shared the Fil-Am. The 6'0 guard attended Columbian's game Wednesday afternoon, and walked with crutches as his right leg was wrapped for protection. King, a strong candidate for Most Improved Player last season with averages of 14.8 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 2.9 assists will be sorely missed by the Dyip in the remainder of the Philippine Cup eliminations. Although out, he let out a sigh of relief after avoiding a much more devastating knee injury, one which may sideline him for the rest of the year-long season. "No [previous injury] like this. I think I got lucky. It’s not that bad. 2-3 months is okay," shared King. "I’ve heard a lot worse like ACL. I'm just glad it’s my PCL." He also added that he is already preparing for the road to recovery, and perhaps a return to the year's most prestigious tournament. "You know, everything’s in God’s hands and if this is the position I needed to be in, I just try to stay positive and come back stronger." __ Follow this wruter on Twitter, @philipptionary. .....»»

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PBA: TNT survives NLEX to register first win of the season

TNT can register this win, finally. The KaTropa beat NLEX Wednesday at the Big Dome, 85-80, winning their first game of the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup. TNT lost a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter and had to rely on RR Pogoy and Jayson Castro to hold on for the win. Castro first found Pogoy for what seemed like a dagger three, giving TNT an 82-77 lead. However, Poy Erram would quickly take that triple back on the other end, securing a 2-for-1 for the Road Warriors. Unfortunately for NLEX, it was TNT that would cash in with three free throws from Castro and Pogoy while Bong Galanza missed what would have been a game-tying triple with about four seconds left.     — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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PBA: Pogoy eases into expanded role with TNT

If it’s not quite obvious just yet, RR Pogoy has taken a bigger role in the entirety of TNT’s offense for the new PBA season. In three games so far for the KaTropa, Pogoy is averaging 23.7 points per game with outputs of 21 points, a career-high 30, and 20 points in TNT’s first win of the Philippine Cuup Wednesday against NLEX. Pogoy, who has always identified himself as a defensive stopper first, says that he’s been easing into his new role slowly. He admits to being a little nervous with his expanded resposibility. “Unang-una, parang kinakabahan nga ako sa role na yun kasi FEU pa lang, defensive player na talaga ako eh, second na yung offense,” Pogoy said. “Ngayon, parang tine-take ko as a challenge sa sarili ko yun kasi binigyan talaga ako ng play ni coach para lang sa opensa ko,” he added. An expanded role on offense doesn’t necessarily mean results and TNT as a whole struggled to pick up wins so far, going 1-2. Still, Pogoy has proven effective at least personally and proof is his scoring output to start that the All-Filipino. The three-year guard credits the extra work he’s been putting in practice that has helped him eliminate the initial nerves he felt in his new role. “Unang-una, sa practice talaga. Doble yung ensayo ko. Minsan nagbe-break sila pero ako nage-ensayo, kami ni coach. Para hindi ako kabahan sa totoong laro na, kasi alam ko na inensayo ko yun eh,” Pogoy said. “Ano lang, hintay-hintay lang ako kay kuya Jayson. Kasi alam mo naman, kaya niya lahat eh. Ako abang-abang lang ako sa kanya. Pag nahihirapan na siya, dun na ako. Parang ganun. Hindi lang naman ako, kaming lahat yun,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

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Milena Alessandrina ready to come out of shell in new role as Tigresses’ co-captain

MANILA, Philippines---Milena Alessandrini's rise didn't stop when she won Rookie of the Year in the UAAP Season 80 women's volleyball tournament with the outside spiker getting named the co-captain of University of Santo Tomas in 2019. Alessandrini was chosen to be the second-in-command to captain Cherry Rondina for the Season 81 women's volleyball tournament in what she believes was a reward for the hard work she put day in and day out. "Maybe it was because of the performance I did because I'm very shy so I need to become extra vocal with my teammates," said Alessandrini who's of Filipino-Italian decent. Alessandrini missed four games in the first round of Season 80 due to...Keep on reading: Milena Alessandrina ready to come out of shell in new role as Tigresses’ co-captain.....»»

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UE star Kath Arado confident change has come for more matured UE Lady Warriors

MANILA, Philippines---Kath Arado is ready to prove that University of the East won't be an immediate check mark for other teams. Like Arado, the rest of the UE Lady Warriors are eager to put the whole UAAP Season 81 women's volleyball field after their dark days just four years ago. Arado is already an established defensive force for the Lady Warriors having won the co-Rookie of the Year in Season 77, with University of Santo Tomas' EJ Laure, the Best Digger, and the Best Receiver awards. Her team, however, hasn't received the same success but the years of futility is what fueled UE to get charged up for the 2019 tournament. "I have high hopes for this season because firs...Keep on reading: UE star Kath Arado confident change has come for more matured UE Lady Warriors.....»»

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How being an actress helps Helen Gamboa be a good cook

  'When I do something, I put my heart and soul into it---be it acting, singing or cooking,' said actress Helen Gamboa-Sotto, who currently hosts the cooking show, "From Helen's Kitchen," on Cignal cable.   She said she would never turn her back on her first love---acting on the big screen. However, she likewise finds joy in cooking for her loved ones and friends.   In fact, "From Helen's Kitchen" already aired its first episode for the second season on Cignal's Colours channel last Jan. 21.   "The atmosphere in this show is different. I noticed that all our guests leave the set happy. I guess it's because even those who don't know how to cook...Keep on reading: How being an actress helps Helen Gamboa be a good cook.....»»

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Queer Fil-Ams yearn for unconditional love, acceptance from family

  NEW YORK -- Two activists shared their personal journeys as queer Pinays and their thoughts on gender violence and the culture of silence within the Filipino American family. Riya Ortiz, lead organizer and case manager of Damayan Migrant Workers, and artist-activist Mary Ann Ubaldo --- who is known on social media as Panday Banale --- were interviewed on Makilala TV for the episode "Queer Pinays: Pride and Prejudice" slated to air on Manhattan Neighborhood Network on January 24. The TV talk show, now on its sixth year, is hosted by three women, namely public health professional Rachelle Ocampo, book author and fitness coach Jen Furer, and community journalist Cristina...Keep on reading: Queer Fil-Ams yearn for unconditional love, acceptance from family.....»»

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Liz wants out

NEW YORK — Liz Cambage is looking to play elsewhere next season. “Liz Cambage has communicated through her representation a desire to play elsewhere in the WNBA during the 2019 season,” Dallas Wings president and CEO Greg Bibb said in a statement Tuesday. Liz Cambage has communicated through her representation a desire to play elsewhere […].....»»

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WATCH: Raptors rest Kawhi, still down Kings by 15

    LOS ANGELES, USA – Despite resting star Kawhi Leonard, the Toronto Raptors bagged their 36th win of the NBA season with a 120-105 ........»»

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UAAP juniors: NU Bullpups clinch 1st Final Four spot

    MANILA, Philippines – The NU Bullpups kept it rolling in the UAAP Season 81 juniors basketball tournament after an 82-67 rout of the gutsy La Salle Zobel Junior Archers at the FilOil Flying V Centre on Wednesday, January 23. With their 10th win in 11 games, the Season 80 runners-up clinched ........»»

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Leo Austria on the challenges of the San Miguel Beermen this season

Leo Austria, who is on his fifth year as head coach of the Beermen knows all about the pressures that come with handling the country’s preeminent ball club. He has won six championships in the past 12 conferences making him the winningest in the same time frame......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: SportsJan 23rd, 2019Related News

Smith returns as starter, Mavericks hold off Clippers 106-98

By Schuyler Dixon, Associated Press DALLAS (AP) — Dennis Smith Jr. had 17 points and eight rebounds in his return after a week away from the team amid trade talk, and the Dallas Mavericks beat the Los Angeles Clippers 106-98 on Tuesday night (Wednesday, PHL time). Smith had two of his four assists on a layup and alley-oop dunk in the fourth quarter for DeAndre Jordan, who had 13 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks in his third game against the team with which the 6'11" center from Texas spent his first 10 seasons. Rookie sensation Luka Doncic, whose sudden emergence has clouded Smith's future in just his second season with the Mavericks, matched Smith with 17 points, including a key jumper with Dallas hanging on to a late lead in just its third win in 10 games. Patrick Beverley scored 16 points while Avery Bradley and Lou Williams had 15 apiece for the Clippers, who lost for the sixth time in seven games coming off a win in San Antonio that ended a season-long five-game losing streak. Harrison Barnes stopped a recent three-point shooting slump by making 3-of-5 from long range, including one for the biggest Dallas lead at nine points with less than a minute remaining. Barnes led Dallas with 20 points. The Clippers missed 16 straight shots in the second half, including their last 15 of the third quarter. But they still led 88-83 in the fourth before going 4-of-16 to finish the game. They shot 36 percent overall. Smith and Doncic shared the floor for the final 2:14, with Smith starting that stretch with a long pass to Jordan for the dunk. Soon after, Doncic worked methodically for a jumper for a 101-93 lead with 1:22 to go. The 21-year-old Smith had missed six straight games. The first three were listed as back tightness, but the last three were officially for illness as trade talk percolated. He missed a two-game road trip and was away from the team for its most recent home game last Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time). The Clippers finished the third quarter shooting 17 percent (4-of-23). Despite the woeful shooting, they were tied at 73-all before Dirk Nowitzki hit a three-pointer and Devin Harris had a driving layup for a 78-73 Dallas lead going to the fourth. Nowitzki, in his record 21st season with the same franchise, made 2-of-4 from long range and finished with eight points. The 40-year-old played 10 minutes, right on his season average. TIP-INS Clippers: Williams returned after missing two games with a hamstring issue. He was 5-of-16 from the field, including 1-of-6 from three. ... Leading scorer Danilo Gallinari missed his second straight game with back spasms. Mavericks: G Wesley Matthews was 1-of-4 from three-point range and needs two more from long range to become the first undrafted player with 1,500 career three-pointers. ... Doncic and Smith struggled from long range, combining to go 1-of-14 with several shots that missed the rim. ... Doncic had seven rebounds and six assists. UP NEXT Clippers: At Miami on Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time), with LA trying to avoid getting swept in two-game season series for second straight year. Mavericks: Both of this season's meetings with the Pistons are in the coming week, Friday in Dallas and Jan. 31 in Detroit (Saturday and Feb. 1, PHL time)......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 23rd, 2019Related News

Towns, Timberwolves rout short-handed Suns 118-91

By Bob Baum, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Karl-Anthony-Towns had 25 points, 18 rebounds and seven assists and the Minnesota Timberwolves took an early lead and rolled past the short-handed Phoenix Suns 118-91 on Tuesday night (Wednesday, PHL time). Josh Okogie added a career-high 21 points for the Timberwolves, who beat the Suns for the second time in a row, following a 116-114 win in Minneapolis on Sunday (Monday, PHL time), when Derrick Rose sank the game-winner on a drive at the buzzer. In both games, Phoenix was without centers Deandre Ayton (left ankle sprain) and Richaun Holmes (right foot sprain). Devin Booker scored 14 for Phoenix before he and Minnesota's Gorgui Deng were ejected with 5:24 left in the third quarter. Phoenix already trailed by 20 by then. Josh Jackson had a season-high 27 points and 10 rebounds for Phoenix, which lost its fifth straight. Kelly Oubre Jr. added 13 and Dragan Bender, who started at center, had 12 points and 10 boards. Andrew Wiggins scored 17 and Jerryd Bayless 14 for Minnesota. It was a far cry from the tight game the teams played two days earlier. The Suns never led and were down by as many as 30 in the second half. Phoenix trailed only 44-42 after Bender's three-pointer midway through the second quarter but the Timberwolves outscored the Suns 20-7 the final 6:33 of the half to lead 64-49 at the break. Towns had 20 points and 11 rebounds in the first quarters. Minnesota stretched it to 80-60 on Bayless' fourth triple of the night with 6:52 left in the third quarter. The Timberwolves led 82-62 with 5:24 left in the third quarter when Booker and Dieng got into a brief altercation, with Booker getting knocked down and responded with a hand to Dieng's face. After a video review, both were ejected. Since Booker is averaging 24.5 points per game and Dieng 5.4, Minnesota got the obvious advantage of that one. TIP-INS Timberwolves: Jeff Teague missed the game with left foot soreness. ... Tyus Jones missed his third straight game with a sprained left ankle. ... Timberwolves have another pair of consecutive games against the same opponent next week, against Utah on Friday and Sunday (Saturday and next Monday, PHL time). ... Minnesota has won 6-of-9 games. ... Timberwolves won the season series 2-1. Suns: Phoenix has had four stretches of at least five losses in a row this season. ... Booker drew a technical foul from the bench in the second quarter. ... Oubre snapped a string of seven straight games of at least 14 points, longest such stretch of his career. .... Booker is averaging 24 points and a career-high seven assists. James Harden and LeBron James are the only others to have done that so far this season. UP NEXT Timberwolves: At the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night (Friday, PHL time). Suns: Host Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday night (Friday, PHL time)......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 23rd, 2019Related News

UAAP: Sotto, Ateneo drop 44 points in first quarter to destroy UPIS

STANDINGS NU 9-1 Ateneo 8-3 FEU-Diliman 8-3 Adamson 7-4 UST 5-6 DLSZ 4-6 UE 1-10 UPIS 1-10 Ateneo de Manila High School has flown higher even as other playoff hopefuls Far Eastern University-Diliman and Adamson High School have bounced back in the UAAP 81 Juniors Basketball Tournament. The Blue Eaglets got it going from the get-go and buried the University of the Philippines Integrated School in a 44-point first quarter hole it could never get out of in a 115-68 domination on Wednesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Of course, Kai Sotto towered over the competition with 18 points, 11 rebounds, and five assists while frontcourt partner Geo Chiu had his own 16-marker, 11-board double-double. The backcourt also did damage with Forthsky Padrigao collecting 17points, 10 rebounds, seven assists, and two steals. With everybody clicking, the defending champions scored 11 unanswered points to begin the game before going on to total 44 points in the first quarter. In the same timeframe, the Junior Maroons would only be able to muster 15 points. From that point, the Ateneo lead would only grow as big as 51 en route to a third win in a row and eighth overall in 11 games. “I think we’re growing up already. Batang team ‘to and now, they got experience and hopefully, we can peak at the right time,” a beaming head coach Reggie Varilla said post-game. The Blue Eaglets took care of business just as the Baby Tamaraws levelled with them in the standings following a 99-82 rout of University of the East. Xyrus Torres and Bryan Sajonia were on fire for the green and yellow with 24 and 22 points, respectively, while RJ Abarrientos chipped in 13 markers and seven rebounds. Coming off their worst loss in the season, FEU-Diliman is now just one win away from clinching a playoff berth – just like the defending champions. Also getting a mighty rebound from their worst loss in the season are the Baby Falcons who weathered the storm brought about by University of Sto. Tomas, 69-67. Joem Sabandal turned in his most complete game with 23 points, 11 rebounds, six assists, and four steals while big men Lorenz Capulong and AP Manlapaz combined for 19 markers and 10 boards. Adamson only scored eight points in the final frame, but the cushion it had from a 28-point third period proved to be more than enough for them to rise to 7-4. This was an important win for them as a loss would have tied them in the standings with the Tiger Cubs. For UST, Mark Nonoy stuffed the stat sheet anew with 27 points, seven rebounds, seven steals, and four assists while Bismarck Lina posted a 13-marker, 12-board double-double. With their rally falling short, however, they fall to 5-5 in the standings. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME FEU-DILIMAN 99 – Torres 24, Sajonia 22, Abarrientos 15, Barasi 10, Bautista J. 9, Balaga 8, Tolentino 5, Ona 2, Alforque 2, Bradley 2, Anonuevo 0, Armendez 0, Bautista S. 0, Bagunu 0, Libago 0, Sicat 0. UE 82 – Dichoso 31, Sullano 19, Flores 14, Alinsoring 5, Agbas 5, Almacen 4, Tan 2, Tajonera 2, Gatdula 0, Lima 0, Santos 0, Villarta 0. QUARTER SCORES: 28-13, 52-31, 71-57, 99-82 SECOND GAME ADAMSON 69 – Sabandal 23, Doria Ad. 10, Capulong 10, Manlapaz 9, Prodigo 6, Doria An. 6, Santos 3, Barcelona 1, Tulabut 1, Dominguez 0, Engbino 0, Hanapi 0, Nitura 0. UST 67 – Nonoy 27, Lina 13, Amador 8, Benzonan 6, Manabat 5, Casingcasing 3, Estrella 2, Oliva 2, Marzan 1, Dolendo 0, Dumlao 0, Barranco 0. QUARTER SCORES: 19-19, 33-35, 61-51, 69-67 THIRD GAME ATENEO 115 – Sotto 18, Padrigao 17, David 16, Chiu 16, Jaymalin 9, Fetalvero 9, Ladimo 8, Diaz 7, Espinosa 6, Salandanan 4, Narciso 3, Lechoncito 2, Pangilinan 0, Corral 0, Coo 0 UPIS 68 – Labao 14, Tuazon 12, Vergeire 11, Torres 11, Estrera 10, Gomez de Liano 10, Armamento 0, Lopez 0, VIllaverde 0, Napalang 0, Galotera 0 QUARTER SCORES: 44-18, 65-37, 95-53, 115-68 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsJan 23rd, 2019Related News

Regine Velasquez is the new face of BYS Cosmetics

Australian beauty brand BYS is thrilled to launch an exciting new campaign---and a new face to match. This season, BYS invites everyone to REIGN and "Be Your Own Expert" with none other than Asia's Songbird, Regine Velasquez. Besides reminding everyone that putting on makeup is a simple yet fulfilling process, the REIGN campaign champions the value of finding one's purpose, having the confidence to go after it, and embracing who you are in the face of adversities. For BYS, these qualities are best embodied by Regine, a quintessential diva and music icon who continues to win audiences over with her powerful voice, numerous hit songs, memorable films, and sold out concerts. Few p...Keep on reading: Regine Velasquez is the new face of BYS Cosmetics.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: Jan 23rd, 2019Related News

UAAP Jrs: NU Bullpups gun for Final Four berth

National University guns for the first Final Four berth as it tangles with De La Salle-Zobel today in the UAAP Season 81 juniors basketball tournament at the Filoil Flying V Centre. UAAP Jrs: NU Bullpups gun for Final Four berth National University guns for the first Final Four berth as it tangles with De La… link: UAAP Jrs: NU Bullpups gun for Final Four berth.....»»

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Hilo native on Philippine TVs Pinoy Big Brother - Hawaii Tribune-Herald

The new season of Pinoy Big Brother just started, and one of the current cast members in the Philippines version of the hit reality TV show is Hilo native Andre Brouillette......»»

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