Rob Schneider live at Solaire Resort & Casino
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Part Filipino and 2011 Emmy-nominated actor Rob Schneider—well known for comedies with Adam Sandler and appearances on Saturday Night Live— will be visiting Manila for the first time this October.
His one-night performance at Solaire Resort & Casino on October 28, 2013 at 8 PM is organized by Solaire Resorts and Travelife Magazine, in cooperation with Establish Events.

Rob Schneider
Photo: Justin Brock/FLICKR

Schneider made his major network television debut in 1987 on The David Letterman Show.
In 1990, he was hired as a regular on Saturday Night Live. During his four seasons at SNL, Schneider was nominated for three Emmys and a Peabody Award.
Schneider is also well known for his longtime relationship with Adam Sandler and Sandler’s production company, Happy Madison.

Schneider has starred in several Happy Madison projects, including Bedtime Stories, You Don’t Mess With The Zohan, The Benchwarmers, 50 First Dates, The Longest Yard, Eight Crazy Nights, Little Nicky and Mr. Deeds.
Also for Happy Madison, Schneider co-wrote and starred in Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, The Hot Chick and The Animal.
Other film credits include Shark Bait, The Waterboy, and Big Daddy.

ROB SCHNEIDER live in MANILA

Don’t miss your chance to see Rob Schneider live in Manila.
Tickets available at:
• Selected National Book Store branches in Metro Manila
• Selected Robinsons Department Stores in Metro Manila
• Greenbelt 1 and Trinoma Cinema Box Office
• Solaire Resort & Casino Box Office
• TicketWorld Head Office on Ayala Avenue

To get 30% discount, enter “Travelife 1” in the promotional code at Ticketworld.

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Celebrate Diwali at Paseo Uno
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To celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights and the most well-known of Indian festivals, Mandarin Oriental Manila’s all-day dining restaurant Paseo Uno hosts a special dinner buffet on November 3, 2013 with authentic Indian specialties by Chef Laxminarayan Ray.
The dinner buffet, priced at PHP 1,790+, will consist of traditional Indian favorites including succulent vegetables, spiced tender meats, Tandoori specialties, and a variety of homemade Indian breads.

Palak paneer, Murgh makhani, Sorson maach, Naan, Raita, Chicken biryani and Kebabs

Indulge in a smorgasbord of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes such as:
Vegetable biryani—cooked with aromatic basmati rice and Indian spices
Paneer tikka—cottage cheese marinated in Tandoori spices
Dal makhani—black lentil cooked with tomato and cream
Lamb roghanjosh—lamb cooked with onion and saffron
Murgh awadhi korma—chicken in cashew and onion gravy
Tulsi mahi tikka—snapper cubes marinated in basil and cheese
Zafrani murgh tikka—chicken morsels marinated in saffron marinade

Desserts - Jalebi, Moti choor and Kalakhand

A spread of traditional Indian desserts and sweets will include:
Jalebi—deep-fried flour batter poached in sugar
Kalakhand—milk cake
Dhokla—steamed chickpeas cake with mustard tempering
Moti choor laddu—sweet gram flour balls

All Indian dishes are guaranteed halal.
For inquiries or reservations, call Paseo Uno at 750-8888 or email momnl-paseouno@mohg.com.

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Kenneth Cobonpue opens Greenbelt showroom
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I rarely go around Makati due to traffic, so I was surprised to see that a Kenneth Cobonpue showroom had popped out in a very visible area like Greenbelt Residences. Finally we can see his body of work without having to fly to Cebu or go to Manila FAME.
There’s a show window at Pasay Road and there’s a more private entrance from inside the driveway of the building.

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

Knowing Cobonpue’s reputation as a world-class designer and his prices, even I felt intimidated to enter without my friend Patrice in tow. At first the young girls working inside seemed kind of snooty that you kind of just want to walk in and hurry out. I mean, it shouldn’t hurt to smile or even greet a potential customer right?
Good thing Patrice saw her friend Roselen Ocampo who works there.

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

She was nice and welcoming that was able to ask permission to take pictures of the beautiful showroom.
Opened last October 6, 2013, the two-level showroom sits on 423 square meters of space that is a collaboration among Kenneth and his friends—designer Budji Layug and Architect Royal Pineda, with styling by J. Anton Mendoza.

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

The first thing that caught my eye was the fancy mint green tricycle by the window

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

The showroom features over fifty styles of outdoor and indoor furniture designed by Cobonpue over the last 15 years.
It includes the iconic Bloom chair in yellow

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

and the Yoda chair in red

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

Bullet day I’m going to own some Chiquita stools, cleverly made of long pieces of cork

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

These pieces would complement covered outdoor areas

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

I call this the Doña chair

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

We also love the planters

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom
Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

and this oversized ottoman

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

Kenneth Cobonpue’s Manila showroom is located at the street level of Greenbelt Residences, San Lorenzo Towers, Pasay Road corner Arnaiz Avenue, Makati.
Open from Monday to Saturday from 10 AM to 8 PM, and Sunday from 11 AM to 7 PM.
For inquiries email manila@kennethcobonpue.com or call 576-1639 • 576-1642.

Inside Kenneth Cobonpue's showroom

http://www.kennethcobonpue.com/

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How to remove an insanely huge blackhead
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“I want to work for Vicki Belo,” Mich Dulce once said.
“But why?”
“Cause I want to pop zits!” Mich said.
Don’t we all?
I get so obsessed with zit popping—when it’s especially good, I like to replay the event over and over in my head.
I know right? Abnormal.
Anyway I found this video on Facebook. It shows some girls taking out a really huge, impacted blackhead on their friend’s skin. It is so gross, more horrifying than The Conjuring.
It also reminds me of removing Cedric’s earwax in 2009—you can read about it HERE.
Meanwhile, if you think you have the stomach for it, watch this till the end.
You have been warned.

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