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#KB24

Less than a day ago, Kobe Bryant just played his last NBA game. It would’ve been memorable if he simply just made a few buckets and posed for the cameras, basking in the emotions of his season-long farewell tour. But ever the competitor (and showman on the court) that he always was, he poured his […]

Photos: Azkals vs L.A. Galaxy

I wouldn’t have imagined that the Philippine Azkals would get the chance to play a friendly with a prestigious international club like the L.A. Galaxy this soon in their steady rise to success—and neither would I have thought I’ll be shooting their match as they put up a good fight against a team led by […]

Shooting Azkals vs Kuwait

Azkals versus Kuwait World Cup Qualifier—it was an opportunity we couldn’t miss. Despite the stringent accreditation process, we found ourselves right there on the field right beside storied sports photographers, many of them the best in the country. We knew it wasn’t going to be an easy night, with the rain falling every few minutes, […]

UP Wins 2007 UAAP Cheerdance Competition

To wash away the pain of having a men’s basketball team that couldn’t steal a single win out of 14 games, destiny smiled upon the UP Pep Squad by giving it the top spot in this year’s UAAP Cheerdancing Competition. Winning with the smallest of margins, UST’s Salinggawi Dance Troupe somehow handed UP the championship […]

PBB2: Contingency Plans

You’ve got your housemates ready. You have a wonderful program planned. You market the launching well ahead, and very well at that. The female hosts are now all slim and sexy for the launch night. (Bianca’s abs were awesome!) You have the “6-housemates-only” gimmick to get people to ask questions. You even have a hottie […]

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I just had a date with the bathroom scale which isn’t really in the bathroom but in my sister’s room and I just found out how much weight I’ve gained in just two months! For a few months last year I was quite steady at 155 pounds, but gained a few to reach 160 right […]

Remember the Alamo

In a great show of boxing power, fellow Filipino Manny Pacquiao defeated Mexico’s Marco Antonio Barrera in the 11th round of their non–title featherweight bout at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The Filipino southpaw dominated his opponent in what was supposed to be an interesting fight in Barrera’s favor, with odds–makers pegging the Mexican […]