Kyline Alcantara confesses that she almost quit showbiz

Kyline Alcantara almost quit showbiz because of rejection and numerous frustrations. Her confession on GMA-7 Real Talk Video with Public Affairs. She wanted to be an inspiration to young people. The Inagaw na Bituin lead star Kyline Alcantara made her confession in Real Talk Video with GMA Public Affairs that she almost quit show business. At her young age, Alcantara already experienced rejections and numerous frustrations. Those ordeals made her think of saying goodbye to the entertainment scene. “A lot of times, ang dami na …

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Before ‘Kara Mia,’ there were 21 other weird characters on local TV

Before there was Kara Mia, there were many other weird characters that came to life on our local television screens before LionhearTV lists down the Top 21 weirdest characters from local television GMA Network’s fantasy series ‘Kara Mia’ is currently making waves, after its debut last February 18, 2019 on the network’s Telebabad line up replacing Cain at Abel. Originally entitled Ang Dalawang Mukha ni Guadalupe, it stars Barbie Forteza and Mika Dela Cruz as the titular characters, having two faces sharing one body: Kara …

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Cutting Trees Might Help the Environment

Trees play a vital role in providing natural carbon storage for the environment, helping to sequester it from the atmosphere and helping mitigate climate change. Trees are important in our goal to help stop global warming on its tracks, but the need of our country for wood and other by-products is undeniable. Aside from this, many of our countrymen’s livelihoods depend on the forestry sector. As such, proper management of the aforementioned is of tantamount value. Sustainable forest management is the holistic approach to the …

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Ai-Ai delas Alas laments ‘4th World’ status with water service interruption

Kapuso Network star Ai-Ai delas Alas sarcastically complains on water interruption made by the Manila Water supply The actress expressed her sentiment as water rationing has started and will end until the water supply is enough to provide households She described the Philippines as somewhat imitating 4th world countries Manila Water has released a revised water interruption scheme in the household of east concession zone. Starting March 14 and 15, the clients would experience 6 to 18 hours of no water service every day and …

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Why is ‘Otso’ ‘Pinoy Big Brother’s’ most explosive season yet

Pinoy Big Brother has always been controversial. Over the past few years, we’ve seen how each edition exploded with interesting personalities (though, some not so) that didn’t only made headlines, but also offered a chance for TV audiences to see their own selves in them; through the relatable stories of Kuya’s housemates. There are a lot of things you can expect every time a new season begins, though most of which are not exactly the ones you would look forward to; which include the boys …

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Benefits of owning an office space

The 32-storey Parkway Corporate Center is now opening its doors to investors who want to give their businesses the singular advantage of occupying a corporate space in an intelligent, green-oriented building at Filinvest City in Alabang. Owning an office space at Parkway Corporate Center at the premier CBD in the south, Filinvest City, truly has numerous benefits. For business owners, an office space which they can call their own signifies they have achieved a major corporate milestone. With its enviable location at the gateway of …

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Does the mainstream media really putting an insult to the reputation of the medical professionals in the country?

Misrepresentation of medical practices on a lot of TV series Why not study the scene prior to shooting it? What are they trying to prove? Is medical misrepresentation purposely done to gain attention? Filipino viewers are getting smarter and keener when it comes to watching local TV shows/series. Some are just watching not because they’re fond of a specific show, but just waiting for the flaws that might give them a topic to talk about on social media as it gains different reactions from netizens. …

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BY THE NUMBERS: Rival networks ABS-CBN and GMA Network both claim lead on ratings in 2018

Network leadership in 2018 was still a split between the two largest TV stations in the country; ABS-CBN and GMA Network. At the start of 2019, the rival networks both claimed leadership in terms of ratings for the past year. ABS-CBN which uses Kantar Media Research reported 45% ratings for 2018, 7% higher than GMA Network’s 32%. The Kapamilya network also shared its winnings in the geographic segments with Total Visayas claiming the lead at 53% vs GMA Network’s 26%. Total Mindanao followed at 52% …

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‘Mary, Marry Me’: Capitalizing on Sisters’ Control Dramas

I was thrilled to see how the Gonzaga sisters—Toni and Alex do their stint together on the silver screen via this year’s Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2018 entry—Mary, Marry Me. This isn’t the first time that the public would see how the two women interact with each other outside of Pinoy Big Brother House. They had a reality show titled Team Gonzaga in 2014, which was viewed via the now-defunct ABS-CBNmobile platform. Unlike that mobile show, in the film, the Gonzagas still assumed the …

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A Notting Hill-like Love Story in ‘The Girl in the Orange Dress’

For 19 years now, the 1999 romantic comedy film set in Notting Hill, London that bore the same title of its setting may just be repeated in one of the official entries to the Metro Manila Film Festival 2018—The Girl in the Orange Dress. Anna Scott as portrayed by Julia Roberts in the aforementioned box-office hit British film will be revisited through the adventures and misadventures of Jericho Rosales’s role in this Quantum Films and Star Cinema co-production. But what made it different is that …

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