Saturday, December 11, 2010

Order Goodles for delivery and pay via CitiMobile to get a free Spinach Pesto!

Order Goodles for delivery and pay with you BDO Credit or ATM card and get a free Iced tea for a P1,000 order. (Please mention your mode of payment to avail of this offer.)

Wednesday, December 8, 2010



We are giving away 20 IMAX tickets to watch the EXCLUSIVE RED CARPET PREMIERE of TRON Legacy happening on December 16, 2010.

Be one of the winners by dressing up at your BEST TRON costume.
...You can send your entries by posting your pictures on our FB wall.

So hurry!!! Post your pictures now! :)

Cinema One Christmas Promo

Last 2 days to join the We Wish You A Merry Textmas promo from Cinema One! Watch Cinema One and join the text promo for a chance to win a Noche Buena package or Entertainment showcase worth P100,000 in the grand draw on December 10! Sali na!

Monday, December 6, 2010


Search for the Yummiest DJ
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Saturday, December 4, 2010

Meralco Appliance Calculator: my electricity budget buddy

The Meralco Appliance Calculator (M.A.C.) has been a consumer’s electricity budget buddy since 2003. The M.A.C. is designed to be an electricity bill management tool of Meralco residential customers to help them: a) better manage their electric consumption and their electric bill; b) make wiser decisions in buying home appliances, and; c) get home energy efficiency tips that are customized to their home electricity consumption. Any consumer can access the M.A.C. from Meralco’s website:

Although the M.A.C. has been around for many years now, new features and enhancements are constantly being introduced to enable it to cater to the growing demands of electricity users.

With the new Meralco Appliance Calculator (M.A.C), users can now have the option of using either “My Appliance Calculator” or “My Bill Manager”.

“My Appliance Calculator” allows the user to calculate the estimated consumption cost of appliances - one at a time.

“My Bill Manager”, on the other hand, allows the user to calculate the estimated consumption cost of appliances in a table format. It allows the user to get an estimate of the household’s total electric consumption cost and see which appliances consume more electricity.

Other features of the “My Bill Manager” menu include: consumption manager, energy efficiency adviser and target bill amount estimator. Consumption manager allows the user to see the corresponding electric consumption pie chart and some text description of the chart based on the information provided by the user. The energy efficiency adviser, meanwhile, allows user to see some energy efficiency tips based on the information provided by the user. The target bill amount estimator, on the other hand, allows the user to see an estimate of his “monthly target kWh consumption” and “estimated price per kWh” by just inputting the “target electric bill amount”.

Other new features of the M.A.C include: a) e-mailing of the M.A.C web link to friends through the “email” button; b) sharing the M.A.C web link to Facebook and Twitter accounts through the “share” button; c) sending feedback to Meralco regarding the new M.A.C through the “feedback” button; d) printing the computation results of “My Bill Manager” through the “print” button (for easy access and future reference of the computations), and; e) viewing the basis for computing the estimated electricity consumption of home appliances for the M.A.C application through the “formula” button (so that users can validate the results of the computations).

The M.A.C. is truly a user-friendly, interactive and valuable tool for costconscious
electricity consumers. Go give it a try!

Click here for the Meralco Appliance Calculator 2010 Walkthrough

Pursuits, Passion, and Philanthropy in new SunPIOLOgy

EDUCATION and the environment take center stage in SunPIOLOgy 2011: The Pursuits Journal which was officially launched on November 25 in Eastwood Mall and Fully Booked at Fort Bonifaco High Street. Now on its second year, SunPIOLOgy is a collaboration between Sun Life Financial Philippines and Hebreo 12:1 Foundation.

Featuring nature-inspired photographs taken by actor Piolo Pascual, The Pursuits Journal will benefit the scholars of Hebreo Foundation. Set up by the Pascual family, it supports the education of underprivileged but deserving students.

In pursuit of portraits

SunPIOLOgy 2011 showcases Pascual’s unique eye for detail and depth in pictures taken during his many travels. From the high peaks of Mt. Pulag to the breathtaking depths of Palawan, he captured nature in its solemn and reflective designs. Marvel at the full circle rainbow in historic Siem Reap in Cambodia, or water buffalos as they cross a plain full of ash in Zambales.

Divided into four themes – air, fire, earth, and water – the Pursuits Journal sets a colorful tone for the new year. In between its pages, one can learn about environmental conservation through eco-friendly tips and advice. Delight in the wealth of photos included in today’s hot new planner, and take comfort in the fact that you are also helping to ensure a bright future for Hebreo beneficiaries.

“To be able to share my blessings through my passion for photography makes SunPIOLOgy very dear to my heart. For this year, we carry the cause of education and ecology in a beautiful and useful journal,” shared Pascual.

Be a green advocate

Come 2011, Sun Life Financial-Philippines will move to its new home called the Sun Life Centre. As the first green commercial building in the country, it is certified by the U.S. Green Building Council on the basis of energy efficiency and use of sustainable materials.

Sun Life has long been an advocate of the environment and sustainability. Through the Pursuits Journal, Sun Life continues its crusade to inspire Filipinos to be green advocates. The company recognizes the importance of preserving the environment in line with its consistent emphasis in ensuring the future of Filipinos. “Sun Life invites everyone to adopt a green lifestyle, where sustainability is practiced on a regular basis,” enthuses Sun Life President and Chief Executive Officer Riza Mantaring.

Sustainable partnership

Aside from SunPIOLOgy, Sun Life and Pascual also worked on several other projects. In fact, the actor is the latest endorser of It’s Time!– the first financial literacy advocacy in the Philippines. Also a talented singer, Pascual serenaded Sun Life clients and agents in a sold-out concert held last October.

Helping Sun Life and Pascual in this endeavor are the SunPIOLOgy 2011 sponsors, namely: ABS-CBN CCPMG 360, DMC, Eastwood Mall, The Enterprise Center, Filipinas Heritage Library, Fully Booked, Outcomm, and The Philippine Star.

The public is also invited to visit the SunPIOLOgy 2011 benefit exhibit to be held on the following venues: 4/F Eastwood Mall (Nov 26 to Dec 10); Fully Booked High Street at the Fort (Nov 26 to Nov 30); Filipinas Heritage Library in Ayala (Dec 6 to Jan 7); and the Art Hall of The Enterprise Center (Dec 12 to Jan 12).

You can also own a piece of Piolo’s photography through an online bidding. Simply log in and register at Autographed and framed photos found in the journal will be rewarded to the highest bidder until the midnight of January 11, in time for Pascual’s birthday.

“Like its predecessor, SunPIOLOgy 2011 will make a difference to the lives of Hebreo scholars. And now that we’re carrying the cause of the environment, we are also securing the future of generations to come,” says Mantaring.

SunPIOLOgy 2011: The Pursuits Journal is now available in all Fully Booked stores and all Sun Life Customer Centers nationwide. For more information, click

Thursday, December 2, 2010


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12th Cinemanila International Film Fest line-up

Opening Film
Pinoy Sunday | Wi Ding Ho (Taiwan / Philippines, 2010)

Closing film
Amigo | John Sayles (USA, 2010)

International Competition:
And Peace On Earth | Matteo Botrugno & Daniele Coluccini (Italy, 2010)
Au Revoir, Taipei | Arvin Chen (Taiwan / USA, 2009)
Eastern Plays | Kamen Kalev (Bulgaria / Sweden, 2009)
Floating Lives | Nguyen Panh Quang Binh (Vietnam, 2010)
Happyland | Jim Libiran (Philippines, 2010)
The Housemaid | Im Sang-soo (South Korea, 2010)
The Piano in a Factory | Zhang Meng, Jae-young Kwak (China, 2010)
Primary! | Ivan Noel (Spain, 2010)
Sketches of Kaitan City | Kazuyoshi Kumakiri (Japan, 2010)

Mabuhay, Mr. Kim!: Focus on Korean Cinema:
Camellia | Joon-Hwan Jang, Wisit Sasanatieng & Isao Yukisada (South Korea / Thailand / Japan, 2010)
The Housemaid | Im Sang-soo (South Korea, 2010)
Mother | Bong Joon-ho (South Korea, 2009)
Secret Sunshine | Lee Chang-dong (South Korea, 2007)
Thirst | Park Chan Wook (South Korea, 2009)

Korean Independents:
Animal Town | Kyu-hwan Jeon (South Korea / USA, 2009)
Breathless | Yang Ik-Joon (South Korea, 2009)
Passerby # 3 | Shin Su-won (South Korea, 2009)
Father is a Dog | Lee Sang Woo (South Korea, 2010)

SEA Cinema:
Ang Damgo ni Eleuteria | Remton Siega Zuasola (Philippines, 2010)
Halaw | Sheron Dayoc (Philippines, 2010)
Red Dragonflies | Liao Jiekai (Singapore, 2010)
Sunday Morning in Victoria Park | Lola Amaria (Indonesia, 2010)
The Tiger Factory | Woo Ming Jin (Japan / Malaysia, 2010)
Year Without A Summer | Tan Chui Mui (Malaysia, 2010)

Taiwan Alternate Currents:
Au Revoir, Taipei | Arvin Chen (USA / Taiwan, 2010)
Fourth Portrait | Chung Mong-Hong (Taiwan, 2009)
Juliets | Yu-Hsun Chen, Hou Ji-Ran & Ko-shang Shen (Taiwan, 2010)
Pinoy Sunday | Wi Ding Ho (Taiwan, 2009)
The Sandwich Man | Hou Hsiao Hsien, Wan Jen & Zhuang Xiang Zeng (Taiwan, 1983)
Taipei Exchanges | Hsiao Ya-chuan (Taiwan, 2010)

World Cinema:
Beyond the Circle | Golam Rabbany Biplob (Bangladesh, 2009)
The Door | Anno Saul (Germany, 2010)
Please Don't Disturb | Moshen Abdolvahab (Iran, 2010)
A Prophet | Jacques Audiard (France / Italy, 2009)
Red Eagle | Wisit Sasanatieng (Thailand, 2010)
Reign of Assasins |  Chao-bin Su, John Woo (China, 2010)
Riding The Stallion of The Dream | Girish Kasaravali (India, 2010)
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World |  Edgar Wright (USA / UK/ Canada, 2010)
The Wedding Game  | Ekachai Uekrongtham (Singapore / Malaysia, 2010)
Thorn in the Heart | Michel Gondry (France, 2009)

Asian American Program:
Bontoc Eulogy | Marlon Fuentes (USA / Philippines, 1995)
Fall of the I-Hotel | Curtis Choy (USA, 1983)
The People I've Slept With | Quentin Lee (USA, 2009)

Cinemanila NETPAC Program:
Animal Town | Kyu-hwan Jeon (South Korea / USA, 2009)
Au Revoir, Taipei | Arvin Chen (USA / Taiwan, 2010)
Divine Intervention | Elia Suleiman (France / Morroco / Germany / Palestine, 2002)
Floating Lives | Nguyen Panh Quang Binh (Vietnam, 2010)
Kaleldo | Brillante Mendoza (Philippines, 2006)
Pila Balde | Jeffrey Jeturian (Philippines, 1999)

Digital Lokal:
Balangay | Sherad Anthony Sanchez and Robin Färdig (Philippines/Sweden, 2010)
‘Di Natatapos Ang Gabi (The Night Infinite)  | Ato Bautista (Philippines, 2010)
Mondomanila | Khavn dela Cruz (Philippines, 2010)
Brod | Ray Gibraltar (Philippines, 2010
Chassis | Adolf Alix Jr. (Philippines, 2010)

Young Cinema: Documentaries in Competition
Dekasegi  (The Migrants) | Rey Ventura
Diujung Jalan  | Tony Trimarsanto (Indonesia, 2010)
Kano | Monster Jimenez (Philippines / USA, 2010)
Memories of A Burning Tree | Sherman Ong (Tanzania / Netherlands / Singapore / Malaysia, 2010)
Ang Panagtagbo sa Akong mga Apohan | Malaya Camporedondo (Philippines, 2010)
Sunday School  | Joanna V. Arong (Philippines / China / Zambia, 2010)

Documentaries in Exhibition
The Cove | Louie Psihoyos (USA, 2009)
Eskrimadors | Kerwin Go (Philippines, 2010)
Laughing Star | Werner Schroeter (Germany, 2010)
Machete Maidens Unleashed  | Mark Hartley (Australia, 2010)
Return to Manila: Filipino Cinema | Hubert Niogret (France / Philippines, 2010)
Thorn in the Heart | Michel Gondry (France, 2009)

Young Cinema Shorts:
Hazard | Mikhail Red (Philippines, 2010) In Competition
Nilda | Joy Aquino (Philippines, 2010) In Competition
Painted Reality | Henry Burgos (Philippines, 2010) In Competition
Doktora | Christian Linaban (Philippines, 2010) In Competition

Ang Katapusang Bagting | Remton Siega Zuasola (Philippines, 2010)
Ang Larawan ng Isang Pamilyang Pilipino | Emmanuel dela Cruz (Philippines, 2010)
April Fools | Trinka Lat (Philippines / Germany, 2009)
Inhalation | Edmund Yeo (Malaysia, 2010)
Ang Sandaling Sadya nina Lire at Isa | John Francis Losaria (Philippines, 2010)
Masala Mama | Michael Kam (Singapore, 2010)
Impeng Negro | Dustin Uy (Philippines, 2010)

Philippine Panorama:
Layang Bilanggo | Michael Dagnalan (Philippines, 2010)
Limbunan | Teng Mangansakan (Philippines, 2010)
Ang Ninanais | John Torres (Philippines, 2010)
Ang Mundo sa Panahon ng Bato | Mes de Guzman (Philippines, 2010)
HIV (Si Heidi, Si Ivy at Si V) | Neal "Buboy" Tan (Philippines, 2010)

Critics’ Picks:
Phil Dy: Endo | Jade Castro (Philippines, 2007)
Oggs Cruz: Wanted: Border | Ray Gibraltar (Philippines, 2009)
Rolando Tolentino: Ang Mundo sa Panahon ng Bato | Mes de Guzman (Philippines, 2010)
Richard Bolisay: Ang Damgo ni Eleuteria | Remton Siega Zuasola (Philippines, 2010)
Nonoy Lauzon: Sheika | Arnel Mardoquio (Philippines, 2010)

Directors in Focus: 10 Years of Ishmael Bernal
Peter Chua | Buwan (Philippines, 2000)
Mes de Guzman | Batang Trapo (Philippines, 2001)
Romeo Candido  | Lolo’s Child (Philippines, 2002)
Mariami Tanangco | Binyag (Philippines, 2003)
Raya Martin | Bakasyon (Philippines, 2004)
John Torres | Salat (Philippines, 2005)
Jobin Ballesteros  | The Ballad of Mimiong’s Minion (Philippines, 2006)
Ernest Michael Manalastas | Delusions (Philippines, 2007)
Christopher Gozum  | Surreal MMS (Philippines, 2008)
Remton Siega Zuasola | To Siomai Love (Philippines, 2009)



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Rizalenos are you ready??? The most exciting Kapamilya Mall Show is coming to SM City TAYTAY!!!

BIDA KAPAMILYA - Live at SM City Taytay!!!
December 11, 2010 | 4:00pm | Event Center

...Featuring some of ABS-CBN's brightest stars, Bida Kapamilya promises to give you an great afternoon!!!

Keep following us and watch out as we unveil more details in the coming days for this much awaited show! For inquiries, call 661.2033

30%OFF on SOLO His&Hers this weekend!!

Early Christmas Treat to ALL ACCESS CARD Holders!

SOLO is giving 30% OFF on ALL Solo His&Hers Collection Collared Shirts and Graphic Tees exclusively to All Access Card Holders! In all SOLO stores nationwide. Promo runs this weekend only, December 3-5! To check out list of stores, click here.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

IT Professionals: Sysgen wants you!

You can check the full job openings listing on their official website. Currently they are looking for Java, .Net, Infrastructure Manager, Oracle Developer or Administrator, Mainframe Developer, Quality Analyst, Business Analyst, Flash Web Developer and System Architects. All positions must be a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related courses, With experience is highly desirable and full time/contract positions are available. For inquiries, kindly send your resume through this address [] Walk in applicants are welcome.

Note: Kindly include this Blog URL, when you send your resume.

Visit their official website, Sysgen at

Saturday, July 17, 2010

the Piolo Pascual interview c/o Manila Bloggers Network

as part of Manila Bloggers Network, i had the privilege of interviewing the very handsome and dreamy Mr. Piolo Pascual. not only is the guy ultimately talented, he is also very nice and sweet, not to mention friendly. it was a lovely time we had doing the very short interview.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Piolo: A Financial Monologue

There is no fool’s gold beneath the surface of Piolo’s beliefs and values. Behind the disarmingly handsome face is a man who knows how to protect his dreams and priorities. In between the hectic schedule are charity works, sports, and his undying love for family.

The same can be said on how he handles his finances – smart, delicate, and purposeful. And as the latest addition to Sun Life Financial’s “It’s Time!” financial literacy advocacy, he is ready to impart the message of a bright and stable future.

On Money

My mother showed me the best attitude towards money, which is humility. She also taught me to use money to do good things. My faith also gave me a great foothold on my finances. Much has been given to me, and it is only right that I give something in return.

On Financial Planning

You have to know what is important to you, and starting early is the way to go. In fact, the life insurance I got for my son Iñigo has already matured. Now his future is secure, and I’m so happy to know that he could do anything he wants. So it really pays to put your money on the best financial baskets around.

On Spending Habits

I am very practical with the things I buy. I never spend beyond my means. After a long and tiring day, I splurge on food. But that’s it. My happiness does not rely on the things that I have. Also, I do save for rainy days. We never know the lemons that life may throw our way.

On Retirement

Even before I entered the entertainment industry, I saw myself retiring at a young age. It may be a change of career, or doing other things that I have always wanted to pursue. For instance, I want to have my own business someday. It is so exciting to think about the future if you’re protected and secured.

On Success

Never let it get to your head. I consider myself very blessed for the opportunities given to me. So I never let it go to waste. I work hard, fulfill my responsibilities, and always try to pay it forward. I know it sounds too heroic, but I want to be able to help when I can, whenever I can.

On Future Plans

In five years, I see myself being married. I want to see my kids grow up, and I want to be beside my wife through thick and thin. We are not going to be young forever, so I am now saving and investing for that chapter in my life. I want to protect their dreams, so I have to be ready for anything.

On Achieving Financial Freedom

Can I say that I am financially free? YES, yes I can. But I still invest on things that will matter in the future. I keep on saving up, so I can continue to be confident about my and my family’s future. It’s time to create the life we always want to live. No time like today, no place like the present to start. Again, it’s time!

On Being an It’s Time advocate

Sun Life has been securing the future of Filipinos for 115 years now. Even during the global financial crisis, they proved that they are very stable. They continue to fulfill their commitment to their policyholders. The It’s Time advocacy is such a noble initiative, one that can help millions of Filipinos fulfill their dreams. This makes me proud to be part of the Sun Life family.


Protect your dreams is the battle cry of Sun Life advocate Piolo Pascual. It’s Time!!

Running enthusiast and latest Sun Life Financial advocate Piolo Pascual rediscovers the charms of old Manila and a piece of Sun Life Financial Philippines (SLFP) history in a heart-thumping and edgy new TVC.

Inspiring Filipinos to take charge of their finances in order to protect their dreams, Pascual gives a personal take to Sun Life’s It’s Time! advocacy, the first advocacy of its kind in the Philippines to promote financial literacy and preparedness among Filipinos .

No guarantees

Shot near an old Binondo building that used to house Sun Life’s operations, the TVC shows how a harmless night can turn into a life-changing moment. It features Piolo in tip top shape, depicting a metaphor of life where anything can happen to us even at the top of our game, and the best you can do is to be prepared.

“The message of the TVC is beautiful and profound. We all have to realize that life offers no guarantees so we must always be prepared and protect our dreams from uncertaintyes,” explained Pascual.

Back to its roots

The TVC was a throwback to classic Manila, with the famous Jones Bridge at the background under an overcast evening sky,. For Sun Lifers, the TVC honors an important chapter of the company’s history in the Philippines. Home to SLFP’s local operations from 1951 to 1981, the Singson Building at the foot of Jones Bridge bore witness to post-War rehabilitation and the onset of Martial Law. A story that spanned three decades, it is an important section of Sun Life’s 115 years of service to Filipinos.

“Binondo is where everything started and today Sun Life continues to honor its commitment to Filipinos after more than a century of service. Our latest TVC not only delivers a relevant message for all of us, it also pays honor to our company’s glorious past and our on-going commitment to Filipinos,” said Riza Mantaring, President & CEO, SLF-Philippines.

Sun Life family

Now part of the Sun Life family and the It’s Time! advocacy, Pascual admits that the cause of financial literacy is very similar to his values in life. Though an accomplished actor and a sought-after endorser, he continues to be a practical man and a firm believer in saving for a rainy day.

Started in July 2009, Sun Life’s It’s Time! advocacy celebrates its first anniversary with Pascual joining other advocates Pia Magalona, Bam Aquino, James Yap and his son, Baby James.

With the TVC as a catalyst, Pascual encourages Filipinos to not leave anything to chance. “It is never too early to aspire for great things and never too early to protect your dreams. We all need to take charge of our financial future, not only for yourself but also for your loved ones,” Pascual concluded.

Indeed, It’s Time!!

Wonder Woman 2.0

by Mike Krumboltz

The re-imagined comic book heroine Wonder Woman is shown in this undated publicity photo released to Reuters June 30, 2010. The DC Comics Comic book super heroine has traded in her spangled hot pants for urban leggings and upped her street smarts in a 21st century make-over for the 69 year-old character. REUTERS/DC Comics/Handout

Attention all obsessive comic fans! Set your mood dials to "outraged." Wonder Woman, one of the most popular superheroes of all time, is getting a new look.

Even casual fans of the Amazon Princess can spot her famous threads a mile away. Blue shorts with white stars, a bold bustier, and bright red boots that make Superman's look downright tasteful. All that's about to change, though. Starting with this month's comic, Wonder Woman starts wearing pants.

You can almost hear the fanboys screaming. But, according to a popular blog from CNN, there is a reason for the switch. Writer J. Michael Straczynski, who is taking over writing the comic, commented on a DC Comics blog post, "I wanted to toughen her up, and give her a modern sensibility." She's been saving the world for 69 years. If you ask us, it's only fair that she finally treat herself to some new threads.

So, what are the specifics? The biggest news is that she'll lose the hot pants, and wear tight blue pants instead. The famous bracelets are still around, but, according to Straczynski, they'll be more colorful, "with a script W on each of them that form WW when she holds them side by side…and if you get hit by one of them, it leaves a W mark." As Straczynski puts it, "this is a Wonder Woman who signs her work."

But it's not just Wonder Woman's appearance that's been changed. Her back story is different, too. The New York Times explains: "In the reimagining of her story, Wonder Woman, instead of growing up on Paradise Island with her mother, Queen Hippolyta, and her Amazon sisters, is smuggled out as a baby when unknown forces destroy her home and slaughter its inhabitants." Clearly, this is a darker version for a more dangerous world.

Not surprisingly, the news of Wonder Woman's new look and history inspired huge searches on Yahoo!. Lookups for "wonder woman changes," "new wonder woman," and "wonder woman outfit" all roared to life. Others wanted to know more about Wonder Woman's alter ego. (FYI, she goes by the name Diana Price when she's not kicking criminal butt.) And lest you think her classic look will simply fade away, consider this: Searches on "sexy wonder woman outfit" have already started their ascent in preparation for Halloween.



other Wonder Woman 2.0 articles:
DC Comics
The New York Times
Manila Bulletin
The Straits Times

Public 'webphone' now in Philippines

MANILA, Philippines - The country's first "webphone" resembles a public phone booth, but is loaded with more services.

Called E-Stop, the latest offering of Ayala-led Globe Telecom Inc. puts together the payphone and Internet services in a touch screen device, allowing users to call, surf the Internet, and send e-mails.

It can be found in Quezon City's TriNoma mall, which is also owned by the Ayala Group.

"We are proud to bring another first in the Philippines. We are excited to introduce the new all-in-one Webphone service that consumers can conveniently access if they need to call or connect to the Internet," said Globe president and chief executive officer Ernest Cu.

Globe rolled out the first E-Stop in partnership with TouchMedia Philippines under a proof-of-concept trial.

Asked about the market's response to Globe's latest service, Cu said, "We are glad that after more than 2 weeks since we started with the first Globe E-Stop, we've had an overwhelming reception from the consumers in terms of revenues, usage and service."

As it enhances its public webphone service, Globe said it intends to offer text messaging, reloads, bill payments and advertising at the E-Stop in the future.


Active White Sparty

Active White Sparty was held June 30, 2010 at the Active White Health and Beauty Center.

The product featured at the event was the Active White Spa Milk Salt which come in seven variants: Milk, Orange, Coffee, Avocado, Coconut, Strawberry, and Grapeseed. Smells yummy!

And while smelling yummy, you'll look yummy too with your skin immediately softer and smoother with a milky touch. Active White Spa Milk Salt is formulated to nourish and moisturize your beautiful skin, as it is also a superb skin whitening and slimming product.

Active White Health and Beauty Center located at 3rd Floor, CTTM Building, #68 Timog Avenue corner Tomas Morato. It is the building facing the Scout Rotonda. Not too hard to miss, isn't it?

Active White Products are available at SM Department stores, Watson's, Mercury Drug, Southstar Drug and other leading outlets.

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Collars up!: BUM Equipment Bloggers' Night

Collars up! It is BUM Equipment Bloggers' Night at the 42nd Floor Columbus Hall of the Discovery Suites on June 22, 2010. for more information

O'sonho: Portuguese Fusion


need i say more?

o'sonho: portuguese fusion can be found in Eastwood City, Libis, QC across The Eastwood Excelsior and Pallazzio.

taste the dream!

75th Anniversary DC Comics Presscon

may 26, 2010