The Tokyo Music Jazz and Arts Festival presents Rhythm and Blues Remake—musical collaboration between jazz artists like Charito, Yuki Arimasa, Colby Dela Calzada, Alvin Cornista, and Bratpack, hosted by Cris Villonco on July 15, 2016, Friday, at 7:30 PM.
The show will be held at Central Square, a premiere retail destination at the corner of 5th Avenue and 30th Street, Bonifacio High Street, Taguig.
Entrance is free.
Owned and operated by the SSI Group, Central Square is home to lifestyle brands such as Kate Spade New York, Gap, Marks & Spencer, Dune London, Pottery Barn, Charming Charlie and Beauty Bar to name a few.
To know more about the The Tokyo Music Jazz and Arts Festival, click HERE.
They’ve been staple Filipino products for years. Now two beloved Filipino food brands are highlighted in a collaboration between Monde Nissin Corporation and Uniqlo.
The new designs feature the designs of Filipino noodle brand Lucky Me!, and cookie sandwich, Bingo.
The limited edition collections are now available in all Uniqlo stores nationwide at PhP 590 each.
The shirts will also be available at Uniqlo stores in Southeast Asia, including Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia.
Smart Communications unveils GigaSurf50, the country’s first 1GB data offer at P50, valid for three days!
GigaSurf50 also comes with an additional 300MB for streaming on sites YouTube, iflix and more.
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Among Smart new offerings are a P1,288 Prepaid Smartphone kit to offer the most value-packed big-screen smartphone in the country today, and the Smartlife app lets subscribers enjoy exclusive daily perks, movies, music and games at their fingertips.
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About two weeks before the May 9 elections, a socialite’s father died, and as the “alta” society of Manila gathered at the Forbes church wake, some guests were seen and overheard showing members of the Duterte family on their phones, laughing, mocking and basically saying, this is the first family you’re going to get if you vote for Duterte.
Today I made it a point to take my day off, stay in bed and watch the inauguration of President Rodrigo Duterte on TV.
I was surprised to see how dignified the family looked—as they put it on Twitter, “They cleaned up well.”
Basically you have relatable people in the family. Not “alta”, and even though not decent by others people’s standards, we’re liking this family.
Generations of Duterte women
The President arrives with his partner Honeylet and daughter Kitty
I’ll admit that I’ve been waiting for June 30 for a long time.
When Duterte first announced he would have a simple oath taking in Malacañan if he wins, I already wanted to vote for him.
Recently, I had lunch with a friend of mine in the catering business, who groaned when he heard that the food served at the inauguration would be maruya.
Truthfully, I had to Google maruya. It seems to be a delicious banana fritter. Yum.
I felt sad when Noynoy left the Palace and didn’t stay behind for the ceremony.
I stopped playing Candy Crush when Duterte took his historical first steps as President on the staircase of Malacañan.
I loved the acapella singing of the National anthem, and I cringed on my shabu-shabu lunch when Freddie Aguilar sang.
But when Duterte said his speech, I just had to catch my breath and cry a little.
“I thought the speech was brilliant and to the point. No frills and plain spoken,” said my friend Grace. “I like how the whole event set the tone—from inauguration to the speech to the first family’s demeanor,” she added.