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Season 2 of How to Make it in America premieres next Thursday, December 8 at 10 PM on HBO Signature.
Back in New York after a potentially lucrative trip to Japan, Ben Epstein and Cam Calderon hit the ground
running, hustling for every opportunity. The partners scour the downtown scene for new business
connections, following every lead they can to get noticed in the ultra-competitive fashion industry and
make headway with CRISP, their homemade fashion line of T-shirts and hoodies. As the stakes get
higher, these charming entrepreneurs confront new obstacles in New York City, determined to achieve
the American Dream
Amongst cast regulars Bryan Greenberg, Victor Rasuk, Luis Guzman, Lake Bell, hit recording artist Scott Mescudi aka Kid Cudi, and Eddie Kaye Thomas, this season’s guest stars include Gina Gershon as an influential fashion rep, Andre Royo, Joe Pantoliano, James Ransone, Eriq LaSalle, fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi and others.
The series was created by Ian Edelman, Stephen Levinson, Mark Wahlberg, Julian Farino, Rob Weiss and executive produced by Jill Soloway.
The second season of HOW TO MAKE IT IN AMERICA premieres Thursday, December 8 at 10pm on HBO Signature, with two new half-hour episodes back-to-back weekly at the same time. Episodes encore every Sunday night.
To know more about this exciting series, click HERE.
Lifestyle footwear brand Primadonna started with just three stores in 2007. With an intense commitment to carry the season’s latest trends and must-haves, it now has grown into a retail force of over 42 dynamic outlets including SM Megamall, SM City Fairview, Sta, Lucia Mall; SM branches in Bacoor, Pampanga, Batangas, Lipa, Marilao, Sta Rosa, Cebu, Naga, Dasmariñas, Baliwag, Rosario; Limketkai Mall in Cagayan de Oro and Marqee Mall in Pampanga.
Now Primadonna launches its holiday collection with no less than one of the most bankable actresses today: Anne Curtis. A box-office hit not only on the big screen, Anne sets the bar with her diverse fashion style and plays them up in Primadonna oxfords, wedges, stilettos and more..
Mich Dulce invites you to a Pop Up Stock Sale on December 2 and 3, 2011, 4-11 PM at Today x Future at Cubao X
Ongoing at the Dimensione Building at Bonifacio High Street is a Great Lifestyle Sale—up to 70% off on Bench, Kasieca, Human, Dimensione, La Senza, Aldo, Charles & Keith, Pedro, The Face Shop, Mothercare, Celio and more.
F*CK ART LET’S DANCE 2 is an exhibit curated by Kiko Escora opening this Saturday, December 3, 2011.
Starts 7 PM at Light and Space Contemporary, 53 Fairlane St. West Fairview, Quezon City, Philippines
Works by PROUDRACE • GINO DALAO • RAENA ABELLA • JULIUS VALLEDOR • OTTO RETARDO • VERMONYO • TITO FRANCIS • MEI BASTES • AJ OMANDAC • IDRIS VICUNA • OKTO • ORNUSSA CADNESS • TONG YANGCO • CHICHIMONSTER • TITO • JUMBO DE • CHE • JUJIIN SAMONTE
On December 15, 2011, Mich Dulce, Team Manila, Pablo and Locked Down present Ladytron’s Reuben Wu.
One part of London electro-pop provocateurs Ladytron, musician, DJ, music producer and photographer Reuben Wu will be DJing in a FREE gig at Escobar, Cubao X, with support from The Diegos and Major Chi.
Party starts at 9 PM. For details, view the event page on Facebook.
Some things, you don’t really care how many calories.
Sayoko sent a box of Leaf Pies via EMS.
We were worried I wouldn’t get them, that some postal worker might eat them. But they arrived.
Four boxes of Leaf Pie. Three for me, one for my sister.
No sharing, no leftover.
I love you Leaf Pie. Marry me.
Ronny Zamora may be my favorite uncle and Teddyboy Locsin, one my mentors, but with all due respect, I care about ugly restrooms. I care about dirty carpets, broken chairs, starvation and Boy Boy Bawang sold in the souvenir shops.
I care about ugly, grumpy people who bark at passengers who forget to write their “address abroad” on the immigration slips, or customs officials who ask for bribes.
I care about beggars hounding passengers on their way to their cars.
I don’t care about greens or birds or tacky Filipino restaurants lining the Greenbelt-like outdoor setup.
Honestly I don’t really care who fixes the airport as long as they take care about the basics, and most of all, the restrooms please.
Kung wala talagang budget, banyo lang please, para nang awa. Bigyan mo kami ng kahihiyan, NAIA.
P.S. I also stay at the Four Seasons and I care about these things.
Teditorial: NAIA mess
Designer Kenneth Cobonpue and his team will hold a press conference on Thursday to clarify the issues concerning their design for the Ninoy Aquino International Airport-Terminal 1 (NAIA-1). In tonight’s Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. defends DOTC Secretary Mar Roxas’ decision to set aside the group’s plan and prioritize the facility’s safety. – The World Tonight, ANC, November 29, 2011
Bloggers branding NAIA the worst airport were homeless gays.
Naturally, they complained the NAIA women’s toilets are inadequate, there’s nowhere to lie down, no kneepads in restrooms in any case.
But so long as an airport performs immigration and customs functions, who cares if it does not do anything else?
Well, people with no authority who told Pineda, Layug and Cobonpue they could remake the airport.
Nobody, who is anybody, notices the airports they pass through. My best friend, mining magnate Ronnie Zamora has travelled the world. After immigration, he said, the airport is just a blur when Ritz, Four Seasons, Mandarin or Shangri-la whisk him away.
What about the toilet? He has done his business in the plane.
Travelers flying economy, in tight seats, with smelly toilets, want to get as far from the plane, as fast as they can.
I killed the idea of doing anything to an airport that already works well.
But no, the finicky insist on a brand new airport we cannot afford or the old one remade according to Architectural Digest.
Mar Roxas has publicly proposed various prospects. He publicly considered a brand new, Changi-scale airport in “Famfanga.”
He publicly talked of selling NAIA to pay for the same.
Now, he has openly decided to spruce up NAIA without turning it into a garden paradise as some suggest. Trees and birds are bad for planes.
He has conducted his thinking, and made his decision, in full public view and hearing. How much more transparent can you get? Locsin made the airport, who best can restore its original state?
Come now Cobonpue, Pineda and Layug — 3 famous interior designers and furniture makers.
Layug pioneered postmodern furniture. Cobonpue designed Angelina Jolie’s baby’s bassinet. Pineda has his admirers. They have been working 8 months on a redesign and redecoration of the airport, with plenty of shrubs.
Why? No, not the shrubs, but why did they do the work?
They had no contract, or even formal contact with, former DOTC Secretary Ping de Jesus or his successor today.
Who put them up to it? The 3 designers fingered but did not name Cabinet members with no connection to DOTC or the airport.
Justice in this country being what it is today, where possibility is fact, suspicion probable cause, proposal a crime, and probability proof beyond reasonable doubt, I accuse the Cabinet members who approached Cobonpue and company of redecorating and refurnishing their homes for a deep discount or free, hinting the 3 could redo the airport.
I move for a subpoena to issue to Pineda, Layug and Cobonpue to reveal the names of the officials who put them up to undertaking unauthorized work.
I move for search warrants to look for furniture coming from Pineda, Layug and Cobonpue in the homes of these Cabinet officials.
I move for a subpoena duces tecum for documents showing deliveries of deeply discounted or donated furniture to them.
Without regard to the returns, I move for the detention of the officials who approached Pineda, Layug, and Cobonpue with a false commission to redo the airport they had no authority to undertake.
I want a watchlist hold-departure order on these furniture avid Cabinet men in case they escape with the furniture.
Keep well, thank you.