Monthly Archives: February 2011

Healing the self and the Earth at La Huerta Farm Estates

The late Dr. Leonido Naranja of the University of the Philippines in Los Baños, and the man behind the concept farming design of La Huerta Farm Estates, introduced the land development project as a new-found, cure-all drug.

La Huerta Farm Estates is a 50-hectare Sta. Lucia Land Inc. (SLLI) in Calamba, Laguna that offers homeowners an opportunity to cultivate their own farms and enjoy the benefits of a healthy lifestyle right in their own backyard. Continue reading

Bagong Hari (1986)

 

The Society of Filipino Archivists for Film (SOFIA) in cooperation with The Cultural Center of the Philippines presents BAGONG HARI by Mario O’Hara. Starring Dan Alavaro, Robert Arevalo, Perla Bautista and Elvira Manahan.  Slated on March 5, Saturday, 2pm at the Tanghalang Manuel Conde, Cultural Center of the Philippines. Continue reading

Project Headshot Clinic: Supports Yuoy! and Original Pilipino Music


Another successful Headshot Clinic has been  accomplised . Filipino talent as its finest showed up to support Q-York, Chelo and the lovely Ms. Paloma Esmeria. The crew had a shoot of their upcoming music video.  Niccolo Cosme was patient and focused on taking photos of the personalities from various professional field of media. Mostly the importance in this shoot is to promote OPM and Filipinos. Continue reading

Anberlin Live in Manila

Alternative rock band, Anberlin release their fifth studio album titled “Dark Is The Way, Light Is A Place.” The band is now established as one of alternative rock’s most exciting acts and as a band that manages to somehow reinvent their style from album to album. Continue reading

Lady Gaga: “Born This Way”

Lady Gaga astounded everyone and stormed the airwaves last February 11 with the premiere of her hottest new single “Born This Way,” and if she proved to be the “future” in her previous album, “The Fame Monster” this time around, she will fearlessly show the world that she’s perpetual! Continue reading