JOGGER pants are trending! Yes, even for this season they are trending and no, they’re nothing like sweat pants even though they almost look similar. The right pair should be somewhat fitted at the waist and ankle with enough leg room. They’re not only hip but they’re super comfortable and serve as a great jeans alternative especially for this season. Everyone should at least have a pair in his or her closet. There are some, however, who are confused about how to wear it and with what, probably because it’s got that baggy look. Here are some ways to rock the jogger pants.
HAVE you seen Cinderella yet? I felt like a child all over again while watching it and enjoyed every minute. I loved all the costumes and, of course, the makeup. Here are a few interesting details I found out. That’s one of the things I love about movie makeup–most people don’t realize how much thought goes into the final look we see onscreen.
MANILA—Julia Barretto is happy that everything went well during her 18th birthday party.
In an interview with the Kapamilya actress at the And I Love You So press conference earlier this week, Julia said that she is grateful that everyone enjoyed her debut.
HOPING to provide decent and convenient lives for their families, hundreds of Filipinos have flocked to Japan. Evidently, many Filipino migrants in the Land of the Rising Sun have provided a better future for their loved ones. Today, more than 200,000 Filipinos residing in Japan are working in various fields including entertainment, sports and even transportation. But in a land where everything is new and foreign, how do Filipinos survive and strive to become successful?
TOP entertainers of the country are slated to add heat to the already hot nights we are experiencing these days with a two-and-a-half hour show of beautiful music and funny acts at the Minglanilla gym tomorrow, March 21, at 8 p.m.
These entertainers are Abra and his band, Lonee, Ron Henley, Cebu’s pride Morisette Amon and homegrown ribticklers Queensize Divahs. Tickets are quite affordable considering the line-up of performers.
by Katrina Charmaine R. Avila NEWPORT is a beautiful seaside city in Rhode Island. It is also sometimes called the “sailing capital of the world, city by the sea, queen of summer resorts, America’s society capital” and “New England summer resort.”
It was never part of my itinerary, but a side trip is very much well-appreciated, after spending seven days in the city of New York. From Stamford, Connecticut, Newport is a two-hour drive.
WHEN baby Fiona Elvira, second child of Wolf and Kristalle Garcia-Kekert, was baptized at the St. Francis Xavier Chapel (Sacred Heart Church), officiating priest Fr. Ramon Ofredo tried something unique. He had all 16 godparents line up along the aisle, side-by-side, with lovely grandmom Lucy Franco-Garcia walking the center aisle with baby Fiona, followed by parents Wolf and Kristalle.
“THIS girl is on fire,” as firefighters empowered housewives and children to prevent fire in a subdivision recently. March ushers the celebration of women’s contribution in our society today while firefighters lecture to prevent fires.
The men in hard hats spearheaded by SFO1 Elenito Abarca came upon our invitation. The Henaville Homeowners Association Inc. through its president, Greenville Solon, invited the firefighters to check if our fire hydrants were working.
IN A situation wherein a child is not acknowledged by the father, a mother can still claim child support. If oral and written demands to provide support fail, the mother, for and in behalf of her child, may file a case in court.
WHETHER one’s graduation photo experience was a win or bust, it was largely one of those great things—like a senior ball or the countless soirees—that made high school life totes memorable. Unfortunately, however, not every kid walks away with his or her supposed “treasured snapshot.”
In a world where everything is fleeting and memories seem best encapsulated in a still rather than one’s memory bank, sometimes a graduation photo is the only evidence to come by. It’s that one reminder of enduring four years of high school, teenage recklessness and all.