In the Bible, there’s a story of how the Israelites marched around the city of Jericho for seven days with the priests blowing their horns until the walls collapsed. In Game Five of the PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last Sunday, Jericho Cruz was indestructible as he fired 30 points, including 8-of-14 triples, to lift San Miguel Beer to a 108-98 win over Magnolia. The victory pushed the Beermen up, 3-2, in the best-of-seven duel. Now with a twice-to-beat advantage, San Miguel can wrap it up by taking Game Six tonight.
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MANILA, Philippines — It is already the Lenten season, and it is the time Catholics start fasting and eating meatless meals on Fridays.
MANILA, Philippines — The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) has been named as the fourth worst gateway in Asia and the Middle East by business class travelers, trailing its Southeast Asian counterparts that were adjudged as some of the best in the continent.
The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) in Eastern Visayas joined other government institutions on February 21 this year in expressing support to the Farmers Assistance for Recovery and Modernization (FARM) Project, which primarily aims to address the price of rice.
MANILA, Philippines — Grace Quintanilla lost ground in the opening nine but recovered beautifully in the last five holes to survive an intense finale over Laurea Duque and win by two in the 59th Philippine Ladies Open Presented by Monde Nissin at the Manila Golf and Country Club yesterday.
Press Release - Bong Go aids fire victims in Iligan City; urges local leaders to raise fire prevention awareness in communities
"Sa mga nasunugan, huwag ho kayong mag-alala. Sabi ko nga sa inyo noon, ang gamit ay nabibili. Ang pera ay kikitain, subalit 'yung perang kikitain ay hindi po nabibili ang buhay. A lost life is a lost life forever," Senator Christopher "Bong" Go, in a video message, told victims of a fire incident in Barangay San Miguel, Iligan City as his Malasakit Team offered them aid on Wednesday, February 21.