Friday, October 31, 2008
My Thanks to my very good friend RJ Marasigan for always keeping me company. I enjoyed her presence and will most probably enjoy a lot more in future gimmicks. Needless to say her constant pinching of my nipples made me sore.
We ended the fun at Star City at 12:30 am and I brought home all 10 of my guests. I got home at 3:30 am and was very exhausted that I postponed our family lunch to dinner. In a way spending time with people very dear to you is the best way to spend your birthday. I am looking forward for a celebration next year.
Saturday, October 25, 2008
At the same time the big production numbers that mimic the Moulin Rouge and Dream Girls settings were very impressive as well. A young kid who suddenly acquires the inkling to become a gay beauty queen is now realized in this pageant. For me the big prize in this pageant is the opportunity to further hone one's skills and perform at your best to be able to become a world class performer. The Grand winners were Angelica Santillan who was crowned Ms Amazing Philiippines and Rosa Garcia who is the first runner up. Their dreams have all come true, winning a presitgious gay pageant and being a part of the Amazing Philippines performers.
If you want to catch the show, its from Tuesdays to Saturdays with two shows 7:30 pm and 9:00 pm at the Manile Film Center. As of now I believe the tickets are P 500 for locals. Do watch the 40 minute show and I promise you that you will be truly amazed with the show.
Thursday, October 23, 2008
The only thing I remember about the
Three years ago I got a proposal form the Center for Philippine Arts & Cultural Entertainment Association Inc. which is the producer of Amazing Philippine Theatre’s the Amazing Show, the first and the biggest theatrical variety show in the Philippines today which caters to an array of audiences, young and old, as a wholesome family entertainment. Established in August 15, 2001, the Amazing Show features Korean, Chinese, Japanese and Indian production numbers, Broadway and Off Broadway musicales, comedy acts, modern and Filipino folk and traditional dances and other exciting numbers that would thrill the spectators no end.
I will just come out with pictures and everything I can share for all to see the beauty of these people who braved hell and high water just to be a part of the Search for Ms. Amazing Beauty 2008.
Slimmers World has over 380,000 Clients and a rapidly increasing number of people whose interest in fitness and health are waiting to be tapped. SWI North Edsa, the Home of champions as they want to be known garnered the top prize in the event. Contrary to what a lot of the readers of this blog are thinking, I am not a customer of Slimmers World, we just sponsored the tabulation. Congratulations to the winners.
After a second place finish in the 8th NAASCU compeititon, the STI College Olympians booked a seat in the Wilcard phase of the Philippine College Championships. Together with the Olympians are Lyceum of the
Lyceum Pirates (88) vs. STI College Olympians (86)
STORY FROM INBOUNDPASS
The two losses ended the STI careers of Ramon Mabayo, Darryl Mendoza, Mike Cabangon and William Vasallo. Ramon Mabayo played for four years for the Olympians while Cabangon wore the Olympians jersey for three years. Mendoza played two while Vasallo, who played two years for the DLS-STI team also played two years for the Olympians. For the Zonals of the PCCL, Group A has the UST Tigers and St Clare Saints advancing while in Group B its Lyceum and
The undermanned Olympians played like Wawrriors as they never went down without a fight .
Whenever I write my sports blogs I believe that at the back of my mind is my good friend Ricky Olivares trying to write a masterpiece, I try to mimic the way he writes and his style. (Check his blogs http://bleachersbrew.blogspot.com) I definitely would say that one will enjoy reading his blogs may it be about the Ateneo or any other team or any other sport for that matter.
If you read his blogs and said "I want to write like him!" Well here is your chance to do so. For those of you who are interested, Ricky is coming up with a module on Sports writing, Let me put here the text from his blog.
We're conducting a five-session course called Sports Nation.
This is an opportunity for sports fans everywhere to attend a class where they talk nothing but sports. It is inspired by that course in Bates College (Lewiston, Maine) -- ahem... The Red Sox Nation: Baseball and American Culture.
But more than talking, through Sports Nation, we seek to understand the social, cultural ramifications of sports in Philippine society and look for ways utilize sports as a force for social change.
We have two sections where each is enrolled in five two-hour sessions.
Choose your section:
League 1 class schedule - Thursdays 7-9pm November 6, 13, 20 & 27 and December 4
League 2 class schedule -- Saturdays 1030am-1230pm November 8, 15, 22 & 29 and December 6
Venue: Kolektib @ Cubao X (formerly Marikina Shoe Expo in Araneta Center, Cubao, QC). In front of Mogwai.
Course fee Php 1,200
Open to all from students from whatever school to business professionals. Even if you're from Afghanistan that's cool!
Classes must have a maximum of 16 enrollees
Enrollees are encouraged to wear the colors of their favorite sports teams
Managers: Rick Olivares (www.ateneo.edu, Business Mirror, Homestyle, Maxim, Loyola School Bulletin, Tower Sports NBA) and Chris Soler (inboundpass.com, One U) with special guest lecturers from the sports community.
If you're interested, send email to: email@example.com. Once you're in, we'll send you the details of all the sessions and what to expect.
I know that there is a writer within us waiting to come out, this might be your chance to unleash the sportswriter within you. Hope you will sign up.
Friday, October 17, 2008
The other teams that will fill out the remaining eight slots will come from the four zonals. The top two teams in each of the four zonals will qualify to the Sweet 16. The teams that made it to the zonals are the following:
Zone 1 – St. Louis University, Champion-Ilocos/Baguio; University of Luzon, Champion-Pangasinan/Pampanga; Mapua Cardinals, NCAA fourth placer; Arellano University Chiefs, Fr. Martin Cup; Lyceum University-Batangas, NCAA-South runner-up; and University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers, Wild Card Qualifier.
Zone 2 –
Zone 3 – BIT International College Cruisers, Champion-Bohol/Dumaguete; AMA Computers Titans, Champion-Ormoc/Tacloban; University of San Jose Recoletos Jaguars, CESAFI runner-up; Letran College, NCAA third placer; University of Cebu Webmasters, Wild Card Qualifier; and Bacolod/Iloilo Champion (ongoing regional finals at Bacolod).
Zone 4 – Xavier University Crusaders, Champion-Cagayan de Oro;
Again the top two teams for each zone will make it to the Sweet 16. My bet goes for UST and Arellano for Zone 1, UE and Lyceum for Zone 2, while Letran and USJ Recoletos will most likely make it in Zone three while FEU and University of San Carlos are my bets for Zone 4. Teams that may make a few surprises are Mapua, University of Cebu and Xavier University.
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Friday, October 10, 2008
Guia,Ace and Joseph Join in
BORGIE HERMIDA, OGIE MENOR, JR TAGANAS, FRANKIE LIM
To The Red Lions ..good luck. May the FOURTH be with you!!!