SEASONED actress Judy Ann Santos said she offers her latest primetime project, “Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala,” to Comedy Queen Ai-Ai delas Alas and to other women who are victims of physical abuse. In the series, Judy Ann will take the role of Anessa, a woman who falls deeply in love with Eros, played by Sam
ACTOR Sam Milby said independent movie “Death March” received good reception at the 66th Cannes Film Festival. Sam traveled to France and stayed there for two days to experience the red carpet and screening of the Adolf Alix Jr.’s movie. “Good reaction naman afterwards. And the fact na, Cannes Film Festival is the biggest festival
FRESH from the success of his birthday concert at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, young actor Daniel Padilla signed a new contract with ABS-CBN’s film outfit Star Cinema. The contract signing was attended by the actor, his mother/talent manager, Karla Estrada, network executives Malou Santos Johnny Manahan. Read more
Watched today’s episode of “Please be Careful with My Heart”? Anong gusto niyong tawagan or term of endearment ni Maya at Sir Chief? Tweet it and mention @SunStarShowbiz. Tweet suggestions @sunstaronline “babe” raw sabi ni sir chief! @sunstarshowbiz — Virgil Lopez (@virgillopez) May 22, 2013 @virgillopez @sunstaronline @sunstarshowbiz you know it’s you….BABE. — jai sandoval
MOBILE messaging is a fragmented sector. Every few months or so, a messaging app for the phone launches. Unlike SMS, mobile messaging makes use of the Internet for connectivity and offers a multi-media environment with photos, sounds and even animated graphics and virtual stickers. “K, CU” isn’t enough, we now have to include a graphical ...
By UP Cebu Intern James Kevin Acuña ELECTION day was a big day for the youth, as some of them exercised their right to vote for the first time. A week has passed and it is still drawing mixed reactions from the Filipino youth—some expressed disappointment with the delays while others gave their thumbs-up on
By Jedd Uy EVER had those days where nothing seems to be going right? One week into my swamped lifestyle, and having managed to squeeze in exercising my right of “suffer-age,” I can say that I have. Almost as surprising as some election results is my sudden inability to put words together (or my two
I’m sending you a video clip of the present problem here at Roga Subdivision, Kasambagan in Mabolo District. I already relayed our concerns with George Chang – councilor-elect of Barangay Kasambagan. He promised to help us. (That is what he said 5 years ago and until now nothing has been done about it. If you look at the video clip, you will see that stagnant water is beginning to pile up. This was just a small pool of water 5 years ago. But it looks to me like a lake now. With the rainy season coming by, we will get flooded for sure and the access road will not be passable. Taxis bring some residents home will have difficulty getting a ride if they know they are driving the resident to Kasambagan village. Other taxi drivers are willing to drive provided the passenger adds more fare. Please let me know who to send my email to a reporter that can report the progress or non action of our road and future health problem in Kasambagan. Stagnant water is sure breeding ground for mosquito carrying dengue virus. My fellow residents have asked me to send our SOS and with Sun.Star help, maybe some action can finally be done. I told them election is over and I hope that something positive will come out of our concerns. By the way, the access road wasn’t this bad. The residents have shelled our P30,000 from the Association dues just to smoothen the road. But because of big dump trucks passing there, it has deteriorated the road. This giant Filinvest is to blame, because they are building some condo units in the area. We are no match to these corporate giants, our barangay official seem to be turning a blind eye to our problem. So I am just airing this to the media to see if you can help us.
Your reporter can get in touch with me.
A3 Roga Subdivision. Kasambagan
Mabolo, Cebu City
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Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Sixto Brillantes said Monday that he will push for the continued use of the precinct count optical scan (PCOS) machines in the 2016 general elections.
“I think we can still use this for another one,” he said. Read the rest of this entry
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) gave a self-imposed deadline of 10 days to finish the canvassing and proclamation of the 58 duly-elected party-list representatives.
But Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes said the poll body, which is also acting as the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC), must settle what to do with the votes received by the 12 party-list groups that they disqualified under the new accreditation guidelines issued by the Supreme Court. Read the rest of this entry