GATECRASHERS they may be, but Sabine Lisicki and Marion Bartoli deserve our applause when they battle today for the Wimbledon women’s crown.
Their names do not ring a bell – almost. But let’s sit back, relax and pay attention. For all you know, they could have some spark up their sleeves enough to raise the level of world tennis – if not our blood pressure. As the saying goes, new folks, new strokes? (READ MORE)
THE Philippine Sports Commission and the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) has backtracked, sort of, on its earlier stand not to send our football teams to the Southeast Asian Games.
Sort of. (READ MORE)
Vine released an update today for iOS with new features to make things more fun and easier to use. According to Vine’s blog, the feaures are New Camera Tools, Channels, One The Rise, Revining, and Protected Posts. They have redesigned the camera and included new grid, focus, and ghost tools as part of the New …
ALL is well in the peace process between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), an official said Friday.
Government chief negotiator Miriam Ferrer-Coronel said that her panel and the MILF counterpart led by Mohagher Iqbal were in fact set to resume the formal talks next week where they hope to sign the wealth sharing annex and to convene for the first time the Third Party Monitoring Team (TPMT) that will review, assess, evaluate and monitor the implementation of the framework agreement on the Bangsamoro (FAB) and its annexes.
She made the statement amid the reported disinformation surrounding the government-MILF peace process. Read more
YOUNG actor Daniel Padilla dismissed rumors that he performed drunk in front of a big crowd during an event. In a recent interview with the “Got To Believe” lead star, Daniel said that he only looks drunk sometimes but he’s not into the habit of drinking alcohol. He said this latest issue does not affect
COMEDIAN Vice Ganda shared that he and prince of independent films Coco Martin have been closed friends long before they entered show biz. They’ve met when Vice was still working in comedy bars while Coco was just a struggling actor who was about to do his first foray in acting through “Masahista,” a film by