IT was on a Thursday summer night, particularly on March 12, when the stylish women of Cebu arrived at the Ocean Pavilion in Shangri-La’s Mactan Island Resort and Spa. Decked in resort chic ensembles, fashion lovers and mavens were in anticipation for the unveiling of another world-class brand in the metropolis.
NOTHING gets a girl’s heart beating, apart from a man, than the sight of gorgeous dresses paired with bedazzling accessories to rock a fabulous ensemble for a night out. With that, the Mode de Vie returns this month with fashionable designs and accessories that are nothing short of striking by an Israeli fashion brand, Arketa.
I RECENTLY cut off about half my hair, leaving me with a mid-length style that ends just above my shoulders. Why the drastic chop? I guess I was simply due for a haircut—I tend to cut it only thrice a year, testing myself to see how long I can grow it. I needed to get rid of dry, damaged ends, and I wanted to finally try a lob (long bob), which I have been meaning to do for ages.
THERE is a lot of hype going on in some circles about stem cell therapy: Is it a cure-all? Is it the elusive fountain of youth?
Wikipedia defines stem cell therapy as the “use of stem cells to treat or prevent a disease or condition.” The process involves “the administration of live whole cells or maturation of a specific cell population in a patient for the treatment of the disease” as has been done in bone marrow transplants.
MANILA—Actress Iza Calzado is happy and proud to represent Filipino actors in the upcoming Hollywood action flick, Showdown in Manila.
Shot entirely in the Philippines, the movie follows the character portrayed by Russian actor Alexander Nevsky as he hops from one adventure to the next while encountering an interesting array of characters to be played by international stars like Casper Van Dien, Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa, Matthias Hues, Don Wilson, Oliver Gruner, Cynthia Rothrock and Filipina-American actress Tia Carrere.
SUMMER time holds a great deal of excitement for most people, including some of Philippine TV’s famous personalities. In this time of the year when they are given the chance to unwind, will they be able to explore the country’s vacation spots, or will it just be more work for them?
Some Kapuso stars were asked about what they have planned for the next few weeks, where they’ll be and what they’ll do this summer season. Read on as the celebrities reveal their dream summer vacation. (PR)
Willie Revillame’s return to television after a long absence, which was ushered by the contract signing held last week, became a casualty of the unfortunate incident onboard a plane involving show biz personalities Andrew Wolfe and Melissa Mendez with businessman Rey Pamaran.
What was being talked about in both mainstream and social media was the latter incident, putting Willie’s supposed grand re-entry to show business backstage. Anyway, his new show will be called Wowowin and will be shown on Sundays in the Kapuso Network, where Willie started.
A SUDDEN thirst gripped me.
CONCERT pianist extraordinaire Ingrid Sala-Santamaria’s fondest dream came true! She finally launched her impressive musical epic, My Four Seasons, recently at the Casino Español with devoted family, the huge and prominent Sala clan, music colleagues, the academe, friends and admirers.
RAYVEN Gayle Aying, who was recently baptized along with 23 others last March 22 at St. Therese Parish in Lahug, became new members of the Catholic Church. Will she be one of those devoted Christians or will she be among those who we refer to as non-practicing Catholics?
Baptism is the sacrament of spiritual regeneration and initiation into the Christian community. It confers sanctifying grace and cleanses the soul of Original Sin. Baptism is accomplished with the pouring of water—water, being the symbol of that which cleanses.