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Asawa ni Beauty tinamaan din ng COVID: I didn’t know what to do…I was going out of my mind

TINAMAAN din ng COVID-19 ang asawang negosyante ni Beauty Gonzalez na si Norman Crisologo. Ayon sa aktres, matindi ang mga challenge na hinarap niya at ng kanyang pamilya nitong mga nagdaang linggo matapos mahawa ng COVID-19 ang mister. Ibinahagi ni Beauty sa Instagram ang naging journey ni Norman sa paglaban sa nakamamatay na virus at […] The post Asawa ni Beauty tinamaan din ng COVID: I didn’t know what to do…I was going out of my mind appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerApr 5th, 2021

Marco Alcaraz naguluhan sa magkaibang resulta ng COVID test: Sobrang hindi ako makapaniwala…

NAGULUHAN ang aktor na si Marco Alcaraz sa magkaibang resulta ng tatlong COVID-19 test na ginawa sa kanya kamakailan. Nagpositibo ang asawa ng beauty queen-actress na si Lara Quigaman sa kanyang swab test ngunit nag-negative naman sa saliva antigen at isa pang RT-PCR test. Kaya para makasiguro, nagdesisyon si Marco na kumpletuhin na rin ang […] The post Marco Alcaraz naguluhan sa magkaibang resulta ng COVID test: Sobrang hindi ako makapaniwala… appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 26th, 2021

Angeli Valenciano tinamaan ng COVID; humiling ng dasal para kay Gary, 2 empleyado

BUMUHOS ang panalangin at mga positibong mensahe para sa asawa ni Gary Valenciano na si Angeli Pangilinan matapos kumpirmahin na tinamaan na rin siya ng COVID-19. Mismong ang talent manager ang nagbalita sa madlang pipol tungkol sa kanyang health condition sa pamamagitan ng social media. Nag-post si Angeli sa Instagram ng litrato ng kanyang dresser […] The post Angeli Valenciano tinamaan ng COVID; humiling ng dasal para kay Gary, 2 empleyado appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 22nd, 2021

Barbie nagtataka pa rin kung paano nagka-COVID ang asawa: 1 taon kaming hindi lumabas at nag-ingat

HANGGANG ngayon ay nagtataka pa rin ang singer-songwriter na si Barbie Almalbis kung paano tinamaan at nahawa ng COVID-19 ang kanyang asawa. Ayon sa OPM artist, triple na ang ginagawa nilang pag-iingat sa bahay at talagang sinusunod nila ang lahat ng safety protocols para hindi sila magkaroon ng sakit ngunit nahawa pa rin ang husband […] The post Barbie nagtataka pa rin kung paano nagka-COVID ang asawa: 1 taon kaming hindi lumabas at nag-ingat appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 3rd, 2021

Word to the artistic

From national artists to award-winning actors and drag queens, inspirational words of advice from our local creatives Last year brought us to our knees, yet here we are standing tall with courage, facing 2021 with hope and a positive perspective. To give us more inspiration to create and explore new things this year, the Manila Bulletin has compiled some quotes from creative individuals, from national artists to award-winning actress. May their words of wisdom bring out the creative urges in all of us, as we make this world a better, more colorful, more meaningful place to live in. Kidlat Tahimik, national artist for film We are all adjusting to the new normal—new rules and new protocols. I’m sure that most artists are taking this time to take art deeper into their hearts. After all, you have nothing to do but just to be productive. *** Ian Inoy, biromantic pansexual artist Every move I made with my art before had this follow up question in my head, asking if it would look gay or not. Now that I’ve fully accepted myself, nothing like that matters anymore. I no longer have the fear of hearing people perceiving my art as “too gay or girly.” *** Heart Evangelista/Love Marie Ongpauco Escudero, actor, painter Express yourself in art. See how art can move you or distract you from distress or how art can bring the best out of you. I notice that my paintings have been a bit muted these days. I feel it’s a bit because of the drama that’s going on around us. In a weird way, I find beauty in sorrow and the way my colors have been coming out, I like what’s happening. I’ve always been like this anyway. I find something beautiful about my emotions, no matter how dark they are, and I translate all that into art. *** Whatsoever you do, if you do it joyfully, if you do it lovingly, if your act of doing is not purely economic, then it is creative.—Osho, Creativity unleashing the forces within *** Kate Adajar, blogger artist The uncertainty Covid-19 brings has triggered confusion, anxiety, and mixed emotions in me. But the lockdown has also given me time to focus on and practice my art. Being in quarantine has allowed me to look at my craft not only as a creative outlet but also as a form of stress release. It has suddenly become therapeutic and meditative. *** F. Sionil Jose, national artist for literature Photo by Noel Pabalate Artistry is something that is created not just by intellect but by passion. And you stop being a craftsman. That is when you become an artist. You cannot be an artist without being a craftsman first. *** Miz Kiki Krunch, drag queen I am more creative as a gay person. My drag persona brings out the best and most authentic part of me. I can express myself better, I can perform better when I channel my weirdness, my “freak,” my truth. *** Cherie Gil, actor Everything can be learned as long as one sets one’s mind and heart to it. There is also no age limit to learning anything. Acting—what is it really but reliving lives and telling their stories. But this requires a lot of work to excavate the instrument to be able to truthfully do just that. It’s not easy. It takes a lot of balls to share one’s personal inner sanctum. *** Iana Cris Forbes, owner of art shop Quiversmiths Pursue what you want. At first, it was hard for me because I wanted to be a painter, I wanted to be a sculptor, I wanted to be a graphic artist, I wanted to be a wedding colorist, I wanted to stitch, I wanted to make bags and shoes and jewelry. But I haven’t seen a person doing all of those!. Before, I could not see any future in them but here they are now. I’m doing everything all at once and I’m fine. I’m happy living multiple lives. It’s like connecting the dots. My hobbies are now my sources of living and I couldn’t be more thankful. *** BenCab, national artist for visual arts This pandemic gives artists more time for their art. It’s usually better for an artist to be locked-in because you work on your own. *** Natasha Aliño, jewelry artist It’s been said many times and my mother always says this whenever I feel frustrated, which most people would feel when they’re starting something new—“trust the process.” This is more of a reminder when you’re in that headspace. Another thing is when you are learning a certain skill, do it so with purpose and authenticity. Then you can confidently say after some time that you can indeed trust the process. Never stop learning and inspiring others on your journey. Photos from the artists’ respective social media accounts and websites.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsJan 17th, 2021

OPM veteran singer Ray-An Fuentes, pamilya tinamaan ng COVID; may dasal para sa asawa

NAGPOSITIBO sa COVID-19 ang OPM singer at pastor na si Ray-An Fuentes pati na ang kanyang asawang si Mei-Ling. Ibinalita ito ng veteran singer sa pamamagitan ng kanyang Facebook account kasabay ng pagkumpirma na tinamaan na rin sila ng killer virus. “The results are out! Except for my eldest son, we all tested positive for […] The post OPM veteran singer Ray-An Fuentes, pamilya tinamaan ng COVID; may dasal para sa asawa appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 4th, 2020

Jericho Rosales to do a movie in LA next year

Jericho Rosales might just fulfill his Hollywood dream soon, that is, if COVID-19 allows it. The actor confirmed a project is awaiting him in Los Angeles, California in a recent interview with “Balitang America.” Jericho Rosales “It may push through, it may not push through because of COVID, we don’t know. But I’m hoping fingers crossed (that) by March, I will be there,” the 41-year-old said. In the same interview, Jericho also talked about his short film “Basurero” and how he was able to relate to it. Note that “Basurero” tells the story of a fisherman struggling to make ends meet. The short film is being shown in US film festivals. He related, “When I was 14, I was working at a fast-food chain. I was 15 and I became a driver and before I had many jobs like I sold fish in the market. Acting was such a blessing for me. That opened up so many opportunities for me and that opened my mind to like the things that I really wanted to do.” “I remember myself saying that, ‘okay, I think I’m at the right place because I didn’t go to college but this is what I want to do.’ That motivated me but before that my greatest motivation was just for me to just give my family a better life,” he added.  He hopes to inspire people through “Basurero.” “I really want people  to know what they deserve. I want people to know what other people deserve and that for me is education, having access to basic needs, having access to a home, having access to internet, nowadays especially di ba? And we have to care about people.”.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2020

Pambato ng Sorsogon sa Miss U, umatras

Sorsogon, Philippines – Nagbackout na si Sorsogon beauty queen Maria Isabela Galeria sa Miss Universe Philippines 2020 matapos gumaling sa coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Inanunsyo ito ng beauty queen sa Instagram account nito kahapon, Oktubre 15. “I occasionally felt like there was something heavy on my chest,” lahad nito. “Fortunately, it was bearable and didn’t progress […] The post Pambato ng Sorsogon sa Miss U, umatras appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsOct 16th, 2020

As COVID-19 ravages the Philippines, a bible thumper insults our intelligence

RJ Nieto We have been made too aware of the speakership catfight in the House of Representatives. On one side is Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano who, last year, agreed to a term sharing deal that entails his voluntary resignation this month. On the other side, the PDP-Laban Lord Allan Velasco, head of the House’s biggest political party. If Cayetano just complied with the term-sharing agreement that he himself insisted on having, then the nation could have moved on and returned its focus on the COVID-19 pandemic that has been ravaging the erstwhile flourishing Philippine economy. But that was not the case: after getting a taste of his lucrative position for 15 months, Cayetano didn’t want to let go. In mid-September, Cayetano said he should remain as the speaker as he claims to enjoy majority support. Days later, his camp even went a step further when Camarines Sur Rep. LRay Villafuerte accused Velasco of planning to delay the passage of the crucial 2021 National Budget. President Rodrigo Duterte, acting as head of the Kilusang Pagbabago Coalition, mediated the rift when he called for a meeting with Cayetano and Velasco. There are various versions of what happened during the meeting, but what’s clear is that both sides agreed to a vote on the speakership on October 14th. At this point, minus the speakership drama, pretty much everything else in the House, especially the 2021 budget deliberations, was going quite smoothly . At this point, the Cayetano-Velasco catfight was still a purely political skirmish. But things took a turn for the worse during the October 7 House session. While the budget debates were still ongoing, Cayetano abruptly declared the end of debates. He then moved to suspend House sessions until mid-November, effectively cancelling the October 14th vote for speaker. Cayetano’s move squarely violated Section 16(5), Article VI, of the Constitution, which forbids the House from adjourning for more than three days without the Senate’s nod. The term he used — “suspension” — is just semantic acrobatics for adjournment. Cayetano’s move effectively delayed the transmission to the Senate of the budget’s House version from October 14 to mid-November at the earliest. For the sake of holding onto power, he escalated the purely political skirmish into a full-blown national crisis. If Cayetano and his allies did not want a speakership change because his replacement will just delay the budget, then why did he delay the budget himself? The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a New Normal, and we need a national budget that takes this New Normal into account. However, the speaker’s latest political stunt risks the reenactment of the previous national budget, a budget that was written before COVID-19 ravaged us. How can the nation address the rampaging pandemic without a national budget that recognizes COVID-19 as a national disaster? We need more IT infrastructure funding as more Filipinos engage in e-commerce and as schools shift to online learning. We need more healthcare funding as Filipinos continue to get infected with this virus. We need more fiscal support for ailing businesses as thousands have gone bankrupt after the economy ground to a halt. But all of these may not happen because of what Cayetano did. He can bicker with anyone as much as he wants, but he should not sacrifice the welfare of this nation for the sake of his ambitions. Cayetano loves to quote the Bible every chance he gets, but it appears that the Bible he reads excludes all the verses that mention greed. I know for a fact that politicians want power. Running for office, after all, is inherently a quest to gain power. But power is sought not for power’s sake. Power is just a means to towards an end, and that end should be public welfare. Too bad for us earthlings, Cayetano may not share the same view of power. And even if he does, his notion of power is a warped, twisted version that serves his aspirations more than those of the Filipino people. And despite what he’s done, he has the gall to insult our intelligence by claiming that he has the nation’s best interests in mind. If there’s anything we can learn from Cayetano, that would be new and more creative ways to cringe. Alan Peter Cayetano’s latest stunt suggests that while Alan Peter Cayetano may still love this country, Alan Peter Cayetano happens to love Alan Peter Cayetano more. For comments and reactions, please email TP@ThinkingPinoy.net or visit Facebook.com/TheThinkingPinoy.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsOct 9th, 2020

Li at his best and builds early lead at PGA Championship

By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Still young, often inconsistent, forever fearless, Li Haotong is capable of just about anything on a big stage in golf. He was at his best Friday in the PGA Championship. Three years after his 63 in the final round of the British Open, Li hit only four fairways at Harding Park and still managed a 5-under 65 that gave him the early lead and set the target for Jason Day, Brooks Koepka and Tiger Woods to chase. The 25-year-old from China capped a bogey-free round with his eighth straight par and was at 8-under 132, two shots ahead of Tommy Fleetwood of England among the early starters. Surprised? Depends on the day. “The last couple days, I've been pretty much all hit in the right spot,” Li said. Getting as much attention was the logo on his hat — WeChat, the Chinese social media company and one of his biggest sponsors. Li was in the spotlight at Harding Park one day after President Donald Trump signed executive orders on a vague ban of WeChat and TikTok in 45 days. Just as unclear was whether Li was aware of the development. “I don't know,” he said. “Who knows?” Li is a two-time winner on the European Tour, most recently in 2018 at the Dubai Desert Classic when he rallied down the stretch to beat Rory McIlroy by one shot. He was sensational at Royal Birkdale in 2017 — only five other players have 63 in the final round of a major. But he had a terrible week in his Presidents Cup debut at Royal Melbourne in December. When he first came to America, he made fast friends on the developmental tours with his constant laughter, engaging personality and aggressive play. “He's got the arsenal to take it low,” said Adam Scott, his teammate at Royal Melbourne. “But we don’t see that kind of consistency out of him, and that probably matches his personality a little bit. He’s young, though, and that’s the kind of golf he plays. He plays pretty much all guns blazing, and when it comes off, it’s really good.” And when it doesn't? He beat Koepka in the Match Play last year and reached the round of 16. But that was his last top 10 in America. And then there was the Presidents Cup. Li brought his trainer to be his caddie, and the caddie got lost on the course during a practice round, gave up and headed for the clubhouse. Instead of finding him, Li played the rest of the round out of another player's bag. International captain Ernie Els wound up benching him for two days, playing Li only when he had to. Li lost both matches he played. “It's been very tough on me, the Presidents Cup, because I didn't play until Saturday,” Li said. “So not quite in the Presidents that way, actually. But anyways, good experience.” Fleetwood had one of those final-round 63s in the majors two years ago at Shinnecock Hills in the U.S. Open. He had a 64 on Friday and was two shots behind at 134. Much like Li — maybe the only thing they have in common — it's been a slow start back. Fleetwood stayed in England during the pandemic, not returning to competition until Minnesota two weeks ago (he missed the cut). He also played a World Golf Championship last week with middling results, but he found his form in San Francisco. “It’s funny really, like when you’ve played poorly, you feel a long way off, and then you have a day like today and you obviously feel a lot better about it,” Fleetwood said. “I feel like I’ve prepared well last week and this week and felt way more in the groove of tournament golf.” Cameron Champ, who grew up in Sacramento, had a 64. He was three shots behind Li, along with Paul Casey (67). Brendon Todd, who shared the 18-hole lead with Day, settled for a 70 and joined them at 135. Li, who primarily plays the European Tour, went back to China in March when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down golf. He returned at the Memorial and missed the cut, and then tied for 75th in a 78-man field last week in Tennessee. “I didn't even (think) I could play like this ... got no confidence,” Li said. “Probably it helped me clear my mind a little bit.” He's wise enough to realize the tournament is not even at the halfway point. If the lead holds, Li would be the first player from China to hold the lead after any round of a major......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 8th, 2020

Family kept Trina Guytingco going during COVID-19 scare

First, the bad news. Last Wednesday, Trina Guytingco's COVID-19 test from two weeks ago came back positive. The Ateneo de Manila University playmaker said so herself in the latest episode of So She Did. "About three weeks ago, I attended a basketball (camp) in Vegas. I spent three days with a whole bunch of women, just playing basketball," she shared. She then continued, "A couple of days later, I started feeling sick. Then I received news that one of my teammates (from the camp) tested positive." Not long after, Guytingco was feeling the effects of the virus herself. "I started to have fever, a really bad headache, a sore throat, loss of appetite, and just a lot of body aches," she said. The 22-year-old never thought she was going to be at the wrong end of the continuing COVID-19 crisis. After all, she never failed to look out for their health. "Prior to that, I was very cautious with everything I was doing - wearing a mask, washing my hands, practicing social distancing," she said. Even so, she was far from safe and secure for when lady luck didn't smile upon her. Guytingco does not know for sure when, where, and how exactly she contracted COVID-19. What's certain is that after the basketball camp, she was not well and good. As she put it, "For me, it felt like I worked out the whole day even if I was literally in bed the whole day. I was exhausted and my body was just hurting and aching everywhere." Even worse, the 5-foot-7 guard's mind was in the same state as the body. "It was just very nerve-racking. I didn't know what was about to happen so it just messes with your head," she said. She then continued, "It was a very rough week for me. There were days when you think you're going to be fine, but there were days you think why did this happen to me?" Now, the good news. Guytingco is with her family in their home in Pleasant Hill, California. And of course, they are doing their best to make her feel better - just as she's doing her best not to make them feel worse. "Even before the test results, I treated myself like I was positive and my family treated me like I was positive. I was just in my room for a whole two weeks," she said. While she was waging war with the virus, her family wore masks and disinfected anywhere and everywhere she was - even inside their home. Her mom was also on top of things - making sure she took medicine and vitamins as well as ginger tea with cinnamon for her sore throat. And the even better news? Trina Guytingco is doing much, much better now. "I've been feeling amazing," she said, while also sharing that her latest rapid test result came last Thursday and it was negative. Still, she says she will keep staying safe. "We still don't know how much (worse) this virus can get. I don't know when I'm 'safe' already so we're just hoping I keep getting better," she said. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 2nd, 2020

After 30 years, a farmer now owns three gardens and provides jobs amid crisis, part 2

In part 1, Mary Ann Cogollo, a farmer from Iloilo, shares about how her 30-year gardening story began and evolved. Here, she talks about the hurdles she had to face that molded her for who she is today.   Trials behind the triumphs At the back of her success is an unsteady, challenging voyage that she had to endure. “It’s 30 years in the making and looking back to what I’ve been through and endured, my heart is full,” said Cogollo. Growing up, Camille, her eldest daughter, saw how she fell and risen many times, she says, “I witnessed how she carried the pails from our wells to water her plants, pull the weeds every day, carried potted plants to hide them because of the heavy storms, how she failed and endured everything, how she learned from her experiences, and how she managed to be a farmer, a gardener, and a mother to us.” A throwback photo of Cogollo taken in 1994 with her 5-year old daughter. Before the birth of the gardens, Cogollo had been gardening alone for 10 years. She did the propagation, watering, and application of fertilizers. It was a challenge for this gardener to find suppliers and to travel the plants from the city to their place, but the hardest to deal with is the weather. “Typhoons and extreme summer are two of the most difficult situations to handle as well as dealing with plant diseases and pests. I failed a lot, some of my plants weren’t a success, but I learned from them,” Cogollo added. Blooming profits The price for the plants in the flower farm ranges from P25 to P10,000 and up. On normal days, they get to sell hundreds of plants every month that differ based on the demand. Most of it is purchased by co-gardeners too. Cogollo said that this season has the highest sales so far to the point that they travel some plants to the other garden to fill the demand. When they opened last month, they were able to dispose of 3000 to 5000 pots, which allowed them to generate a minimum of 50k per day from all the gardens. A mother, farmer, and businesswoman As a mother of two, she lets her children participate in farmwork and immerse themselves in nature at a young age. As per Camille, Cogollo taught her how to plant when she was four and let her have her mini garden at home. Their youngest also helps in raising livestock since he was in grade six. “They let us oversee the farm the same way that my lolo did before. She’s taught me how to plant and to marcot, how to fertilize and water correctly, and educated me what plants can grow from cuttings and what plants need to be in full sun or in shade,” Camille added. Despite the crisis, Cogollo added that God still made a way to provide for her family and their farm workers. She finds herself staring at the sky and thanking God for not leaving her family and the families working for them after two months of farm closure. When many people began growing plants to improve lifestyle amid the crisis, her children told her, “Nay your dream is coming true, farming and gardening are taking its shape, gakatabo na nay (it’s finally happening).” Cogollo only hopes for the public to continue appreciating nature and to start growing plants.   Farming has been her life ever since. The life she chose is the same life lived by her parents and grandparents and according to her, to be able to help others while pursuing your passion is a blessing.  Current situation As the government implemented enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) to halt the spread of COVID-19, they had to close their gardens for two months. Since they only allow walk-ins and do not offer delivery services, they had no income from the garden. For Cogollo, those two months were the hardest; there were no landscaping projects but they had to give salaries to the employees every weekend. They thought of stopping their daily farm operations, but their musings brought them back to their primary goal, which is to provide the workers’ livelihood. They hired five more people who lost their jobs during those two months and didn’t stop propagating and maintaining the gardens. All smiles on her farm – As per Cogollo, the crisis allowed them to pause and see what they can do better. Living on a farm is an advantage because it’s COVID-free and their staff live nearby so they carry on with their daily work in the gardens and farm. Fortunately, after two months, a sudden increase in demand for plants began. The crisis has become as she calls it, “a ‘plantdemic’ for Ilonggos.” Their gardens re-opened for visitors when Iloilo was placed under GCQ (general community quarantine). From then on, the farm was amplified by different networks through social media and word of mouth. Despite their location, they were shocked that people kept visiting or asking about their gardens’ location. At some point, they were afraid due to the increasing numbers of visitors and of the risks it can entail that might harm their whole community. However, it was all worth it because according to Cogollo, “We know our dream is coming true. Farming/Gardening is taking shape.” They were also supposed to put up a garden café and park last May but due to these circumstances, things didn’t go as planned. In the future, they see the garden as a haven where people can stroll and appreciate and realize the beauty of nature. Photos from Dafalongs Flower Farm. For more information, visit the Dafalongs Flower Farms......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 30th, 2020

PBA: Abueva needs to complete psychological tests to end suspension

Calvin Abueva getting his mind right is the only thing he needs to be reinstated in the PBA. In a rare interview following his now year-long suspension from the league, Abueva revealed the mystery requirement that's holding him back from the PBA. The Phoenix star just needs to complete his psychological tests in order to complete his reinstatement process. "Ngayon, sayang nga nagka-pandemiya, hindi na sunud-sunod yung session ko about sa psychology," Abueva said on the 2OT podcast of PBA broadcasters Magoo Marjon and Carlo Pamintuan. "Sa dalawang psych ko, naka-tulong sakin at naging kumportable ang buhay ko. Hinihintay ko na lang ang apat na session ko dito para maka-balik," he added. Earlier this week during the PSA Forum, Commissioner Willie Marcial gave a vague update on Abueva, saying the COVID-19 pandemic stalled the Beast's reinstatement. [Related: PBA: Phoenix's Calvin Abueva remains indefinitely suspended] However, the PBA chief didn't go into specifics on Abueva's actual requirements. For his part, Calvin reveals that he's completed the rest of what the PBA wants him to do in order to play again. "Actually tapos na, yung mag-hingi ng apology sa Board, sa PBA fans, at lalong-lalo na sa mga nasaktan ko," he said. "Yung mga community service na kailangan kong gawin [tapos na rin]. Yung pinapagawang community service sakin, dinoble ko pa, kasi opportunity ko rin sa buhay ko na maka-tulong din. Di naman ako mayaman, pero alam ko yung lugar ko. Ang pangatlo yung drug test na nakumpleto ko," Abueva added. Abueva has been indefinitely suspended since June 4, 2019. Calvin got his punishment after separate incidents in the 2019 Commissioner's Cup. In a matter of three days, Abueva made lewd gestures towards the girlfriend of then Blackwater rookie Ray Parks Jr. and clotheslined TNT import Terrence Jones.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 13th, 2020

Five things Duterte was expected to discuss at his sixth SONA (but didn t)

Here are a few top-of-mind issues that the chief executive was expected to address, but didn't. .....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 26th, 2021

Erwan may patutsada sa mga feeling eksperto sa bakuna

FULLY vaccinated na nga ang asawa ni Anne Curtis na si Erwan Heussaff. Sa kanyang Instagram post, ibinahagi rin ng content creator ang kanyang saloobin patungkol sa pagpapabakuna laban sa COVID-19.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Erwan Heussaff (@erwan) “Finally fully vaccinated with my 2nd dose of Sinovac today. […] The post Erwan may patutsada sa mga feeling eksperto sa bakuna appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 23rd, 2021

AKSIDENTE SA TAG-ULAN PAANO MAIWASAN?

TAG-ULAN na naman kaya maliban sa pag-iingat sa sakit na COVID-19, kinakailangang alamin din ang proteksyon laban sa anomang sakuna. Mahalagang isaalang-alang ang mga pag-iingat tulad ng pagpapaliban sa paglabas ng bahay kung umuulan. Kung lalabas man ng bahay, doblehin ang ingat sa paglalakad. Humawak sa mga handrail kapag umaakyat o bumababa sa hagdanan. Kung […] The post AKSIDENTE SA TAG-ULAN PAANO MAIWASAN? appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJul 22nd, 2021

Kilalang female celeb ilang beses nang nag-positive sa COVID-19, hanggang ngayon naka-quarantine

MARAMI ang nagulat na hindi na napapanood sa isang everyday TV show ang kilalang female personality. Nakilala ang female star na ito dahil ipinartner siya sa isang male personality ngunit sa kalaunan ay binuwag din ang kanilang tambalan dahil kaya raw ng una ang magsolo sa kanyang career. Biglang sikat nga si female personality at […] The post Kilalang female celeb ilang beses nang nag-positive sa COVID-19, hanggang ngayon naka-quarantine appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 21st, 2021

Megan, Mikael nagkasundo na huwag munang magkaroon ng anak dahil…

BAKIT nga ba ayaw pang magkaroon ng baby ang Kapuso couple na sina Megan Young at Mikael Daez? May mga ilang rason ang mag-asawa kung bakit hanggang ngayon ay hindi pa rin nagbubuntis ang actress-beauty queen. Sa kanilang latest podcast, sinabi nina Megan at Mikael na isang napakalaki at importanteng desisyon para sa kanila ang […] The post Megan, Mikael nagkasundo na huwag munang magkaroon ng anak dahil… appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 21st, 2021

 147 pang Pinoy sa abroad, tinamaan ng COVID

MANILA, Philippines—Naitala ng Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) nitong Lunes ang 147 pang kaso ng COVID-19 sa mga Filipino sa abroad. “Compared to last week’s figures, the total number of COVID-19 fatalities, under treatment, and recoveries slightly increased by 1.29%, 0.75%, and 0.62%, respectively,” lahad ng pamunuan. Sa pinakabagong datos ng DFA, naitala ang 21,090 […] The post  147 pang Pinoy sa abroad, tinamaan ng COVID appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJul 19th, 2021

Patas na distribusyon ng COVID vaccine inihirit ng solon

MANILA, Philippines – Patas na distribusyon ng bakuna laban sa coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ang panawagan ni Albay representative Joey Salceda sa gobyerno. “Kahit may isa ka dyan na hindi safe, like the Bicol Region, Metro Manila is not safe. Babalikan din sila nyan. What’s important is the speedy deployment of the vaccines to local government […] The post Patas na distribusyon ng COVID vaccine inihirit ng solon appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJul 18th, 2021

3 dedo sa COVID sa Caloocan

MANILA, Philippines – Tatlo ang nadagdag sa bilang ng mga namatay sa COVID-19 sa Caloocan City nitong Hulyo 17.  Mula 1,105 noong Hulyo 14, umakyat sa 1,108 ang total deaths sa lungsod, habang 350 ang active cases matapos na 19 bagong kaso ang maitala.  Pumalo na sa 38,954 ang tinamaan ng COVID sa lungsod, at […] The post 3 dedo sa COVID sa Caloocan appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJul 18th, 2021