SLPDA March/April Sessions

Summer is here again and a good way to spend this season for your kids is to let them expose in sports. Perhaps you could enroll them at Samboy Lim’s Player Development Academy and let them learn the basics up to advanced techniques on how to play basketball. Who knows, they could be the next […]

Mick Pennisi’s Classic Flop

Last Wednesday, I was able to watch another PBA game live at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum courtesy of one of my closest friends Sherwin. We went there to also scout on the way players move and see their plays so somehow they can be applied in our game as well.   Game 1 featured Petron against […]

R.I.P. Bodjie Dasig

Hours after learning the news about the death of Karl Roy, another Filipino great died on the same day. Bodjie Dasig, singer/songwriter and husband of Odette Quesada, passed away in the U.S. according to news reports.     He’s also the singer of the band Bodjie’s Law of Gravity and made popular for hit songs […]

R.I.P. Karl Roy.. This Prayer’s for You

March 14, Tuesday early morning, still awake and working, a sad news greeted me as I opened my social networking site. One of the best voices in Philippine rock music, Karl Roy, has died, that according to some of my online friends’ (people who have worked with him and are close friends) shout-outs.It was a […]

Death Cab for Cutie Perform Live in Manila!

For the first quarter of 2012, Manila has already staged a number of live concerts from various foreign artists, among them is the American alternative indie-rock group Death Cab for Cutie. The band performed at the NBC Tent, Fort Bonifacio Global City Taguig City last March 5 and it was a success.   It was […]