DEFINE FIESTA Google says: Fiesta, Spanish for “festival” and for “party“, festival adjective fes·ti·val \ˈfes-tə-vəl\ Merriam webster says: Definition of festival : of, relating to, appropriate to,… Read more “Fiesta Feels in Bulacan!”
Hello! I’m back. I know it’s been a long time since the last time I updated this blog site. Well, anyways, I’ve been wondering if you guys would love to read a sort of recap of events here. I know it’s already March but I’m going to post an interesting topic– Summary of the events happened in 2015. I decided to browse the internet to get some idea and of course to refresh my brain. Thus, I saw an article from Manila Bulletin’s website that can help me do the article. Here’s the link, you can check it also. http://www.mb.com.ph/2015-year-in-review/ Let’s get it started! They divided each events depending on it’s value, effect to people or it’s purpose. I just get some topic that I know and still remember. MOST INSPIRING Papal Visit– January I can still remember this. Our professor asked as to find a book regarding to “shamanism”. My classmates and I decided to went to Recto to find one. Unexpectedly, road was closed since Santo Papa is in University of Sto. Tomas. The jeep left us on Welcome rotonda and we have to walk for a long time just to be in Recto. Unfortunately, some martials din’t allow us to pass the street since security is too tight because Pope is about to pass there. Luckily, while waiting, we saw Pope Francis. That must be one of our luckiest day ever. Mary Jane Veloso’s Grant-April Last minute decision of Indonesian government shocked everyone. The kid studying in front of McDonald’s It was featured in several magazine show, documentaries and news program. It grabs the attention of many Filipino. Daniel Cabrera, nine, studied using the post lamp in front of the fast food. MOST ENTERTAINING El Gamma Penumbra Wins Asia’s Got Talent 4 out of 9 acts are from the Philippines. El gamma wins and Gerphil flores placed third. AlDub World gets crazy over the cinderella story of Yaya Dub and Alden Richards. This happened unexpectedly while Alden watch Yaya Dub and yaya blushes. #AlDubEBtamangpanahon reaches 41M tweets. One More Chance sequel A Second Chance, the sequel to the box office hit and cult-Millennial favorite romantic film of John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo opened on November 25. The film earned a whopping R400 million+++ in ticket sales. In additional, this movie results some controversies. The original John Lloyd-Bea loveteam said started seeing each other after the movie. They broke with their partner, Zanjoe and Angelica. TRENDING Heneral Luna 50% discount for students! Who would not grab this opportunity? Nice production, no, not nice but great! They earned 240M. AWESOME! MOST INFURIATING… Read more “2015 Highlights!”
If I’m about to die today, I will be sad knowing that my family will feel bad They have dreams for me, and I as well I… Read more “If I Die Today”
Captured last January 22, the Umbrella Park of San Ildefonso Bulacan, colorful umbrellas that we can associate with the color of LGBT Community. Photo by Janina Elena… Read more “LGBT Community Against Discrimination”
Basic on Tony! Tony Arcenal is a 43 year old multitasking journalist. He writes and photographs for three national newspapers— Filipino Mirror, Pinoy Parazzi and Police Files Tonight and two semi-broadsheets— Luzon Morning Sun and The Voice of Pampangga. He is also a stringer at DZME 1530 and TV5. He is originally came from Mahayhay, Laguna but migrated in Malolos after getting married to Maria Crosini Robles. He is a father of three, Maria Angelica (21), first born; Aileen (20), second; and a grade 7 youngest, John Carlo. School Stuffs Unlike other fellow successful journalist, Arcenal wasn’t able to finish schooling and as he said, that what makes him unique. After finishing his Secondary level in Quezon Province, he was not able to continue his study because at that time, his father was sick so he decided to explore things like using manual cameras. Marine Engineering was his dream before but photography awakens his blood and flesh! He self-studied stuffs about photography and bought books related to it, trying to prove that he can do something big despite of being out of school. He studied manual photography at Manila under Media Eye Inc. He started as a photographer and as time passed by, he decided to send his photos in different newspapers and again, studied how to write and broadcast by himself where opportunity opened a door for him when he was hired by DZME1530 as a stringer and this is when he started to explore media industry as he covers 2010 National Election. How successful he is? Aside from being a broadcaster, photojournalist and writer of several publication, Arcenal served as the President of the Central Luzon Media Association on year 2011-2012. Also, he is a member of Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, National Press Club and Bulacan Press Club. What about his biggest achievement and award? *Best Photo of the Year Awardee (National) *Environmental Most unforgettable experience! Working in this industry for so long, Tony have so many unforgettable experiences and one of those is when he was about to play for a basketball championship when he saw people sent by someone who he thinks will kill him that moment. He had to exit on the game escorted by the police so he can be safe. Tony received many death threats because of his profession. Things you must but may not know about Tony * He was once accused for libel. *He loves joining Photography Contests and he is currently a participant for 1st Larawang Bulakenyo Competition. *He is currently taking up Master’s Degree in Communication at Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Manila. Tony’s life’s lesson … Read more “The Man Behind the Lens”
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Forty killed, 24 hurt, and six were still missing as Nona slammed Southern Luzon and Visayas.
Due to the situation, PNoy decided to declare State of National Calamity in order to improve and hasten the rescue and government action.
Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. said President Aquino issued Proclamation No. 1186 “declaring a state of national calamity to hasten the rescue, recovery, relief and rehabilitation efforts in the aftermath of Typhoon Nona.”
The last time the President declare State of National Calamity is last 2013, during the massive destruction of typhoon Yolanda.
The state of calamity will last as long as the President said so.
As of now, NDRRMC said that there is a toatal of 76,796 were affected and 132,122 houses were destroyed.
On the other hand, typhoon Onyok was already dissolved to Low Pressure Area but still Northern Luzon will experience cold or partially rainy days because of the tail end of cold front.
Despite of the decision of Multimedia Division that they won’t be requiring all students to watch the 6th SiBul Film… Read more “MD’s ‘Pili’kula goes blockbuster!”