By Anna Challet New America Media September 11, 2014 – In a world where every day is a holiday – there’s National Doughnut Day, Pi Day (honoring the number 3.14 and celebrated by eating pie), and Talk Like a Pirate […]
Fil-Ams among victims of debilitating disease By Rhony Laigo If not for the universal campaign of the Ice Bucket Challenge, the Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s disease may have been just that – a disease that has no cure. […]
Makibahagi rin sa $100,000 Cash na Ipamimigay! Sa pagdiriwang ng Harvest Moon Festival, isinusulong ng Pechanga ang nakakaexcite na September Table Games Promotions na inyong katutuwaan gaya ng Autumn’s full moon. Halina kayo mula September 1 hanggang 26, kung saan […]
On the 6th month of this year, 2014; and after 6 years of work from the Philippine government and the Philippine aviation sector, Philippine Airlines (PAL), the nation’s flag carrier, proudly announced its upgrade to Category 1 by the United […]
She successfully conquered the competitive and often-stressful world of corporate America… but failed in what is perceived to be a most fun and relaxing period…retirement. That’s how influential Filipina Cora Tellez, explains her professional life. “I had...
I feel like how I used to feel at the end of timed exams when the teacher would say: “Pens down. Now more writing. Finished or not finished, pass your papers.” I am both excited and anxious; relieved yet feeling […]
I have been saying this over and over again… that I feel blessed to have found my life partner and even more blessed to have been able to share the love with family and friends. It’s been about a week […]
Los Angeles Unified School District and City of Los Angeles partner to provide 4.5 million free meals this summer LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and the City of Los Angeles announced at Lake Street Community Center in Historic […]