John Arcilla intimidated with crusading journalist role in ‘On the Job’ sequel

MANILA, Mar 8 (Mabuhay) — Back from his family vacation in California, John Arcilla returns to work in another cycle of taping for “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” in Malvar, Batangas. “Manggugulo na naman ako,” he said, laughing at the prospect of another showdown...

Wendell Ramos open to join ‘Banana Split’

MANILA (Mabuhay) — Actor Wendell Ramos, who is also known for doing comedy, is open to join ABS-CBN’s gag show “Banana Split.” “No problem,” Ramos said during the press conference to formally introduce him as the newest cast member of the...

Kidlat faces new villains, chooses between leading ladies

FEBRUARY 19, 2013, PHILIPPINES – As ratings continue to surge for TV5’s hit primetime series Kidlat, new loves and new villains were officially introduced today at the Plaza Ibarra’s Party Venues in Timog, Quezon City. In theupcoming episodes, everyone’s favorite superhero...

TV5’s Blast Off for 2013

RESORTS WORLD MANILA, PASAY CITY — TV5 welcomes the New Year with its biggest show of force as the Kapatid Network launches its biggest offerings for the first quarter of 2013. In a high-velocity themed TV special entitled “Go5!,” the Network’s contract stars and executives, led...

Used-car buying tips

Getting a used car can be a great way to save-if you know what to look for: • The mileage. Low mileage can be a good value-or a sign of odometer tampering. Make sure the wear and tear on the inside and outside of the car matches what the mileage reading says. • Signs of...

Protecting children from ‘backover’ accidents

BACKING up a motor vehicle is inherently difficult and potentially dangerous. That’s why Congress recently passed the Kids Transportation Safety Act. It requires that automakers install backup cameras and related video displays in all new vehicles in the U.S. by September 2014....

Indian supercars slice through traffic in convoy

CHANDIGARH, July 2011 (AFP) – Get out of the way: boy racers in India are using escort vehicles to ensure their souped-up sports cars have a clear run along India’s potholed and congested public roads. Weaving through trucks, horse carts and clapped-out hatchbacks on one...

Football: Beating Kuwait easier said than done

MANILA, July (PNA) – Barring strong Tropical Storm “Juaning’s” soaking the Rizal Memorial Football Field Thursday, the Philippine Azkals would likely face a different kind of storm against the Kuawitis who swept them with a mighty 3-0 kick last week in their home turf....

Francis calls Yao Ming ‘pioneer’ in bridging basketball cultures

HOUSTON, July (PNA/Xinhua) – Three-time All-Star and former Houston Rockets guard Steve Francis on Tuesday called retired center Yao Ming a “pioneer” in bridging the U.S. and Chinese basketball cultures, and said he would like to join Yao in training Chinese youngsters to...

Chess: Sanchez, Bitoon, Yap banner PHL Malaysian campaign

MANILA, July (PNA) – Grandmaster Joseph Sanchez, International Masters Richard Bitoon and Kim Steven Yap lead a high-powered Philippine contingent that will compete in the Raja Nazrin Shah International (KL Open) Championship 2011 on September 1 to 9 at the Swiss Garden Hotel...
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