Something fresh is coming to Davao this Saturday, March 31, 2012. Guys, make way for HIPHOUSE. It’s THE ULTIMATE GATHERING of artists, writers, musicians, photographers, stylists, and fellow creative/indie types come together to create an art orgy. Now don’t get too excited there. This is absolutely wholesome. (I’ll talk about the alcohol later. Or maybe never. Or UGH just come to the event.) Basically, we just hang out. And go
Archives for March 2012
Don’t get me wrong. I love hiphop. In fact, I sincerely think Mariah Carey and Bone Thugs N Harmony’s Breakdown is one of the hottest classics ever written. So yeah, let’s begin. Generations have passed since hip hop was first introduced as a formal music genre. But then hip hop stood. In fact, hip hop has been reinvented over and over, added flavors, colors, some bling bling. Do I
Note: I wrote this piece years ago, when Gossip girl was still starting out. Now that I’ve come back to loving it again (and still on my way to Season 5) I decided to revamp this article and post this on this blog. I actually knew Gossip girl as a book series back when I was still in high school. (Note: I’ve finished college already.) Today, every high school and
Half of the people on my Facebook friends list belongs to the 18-25 bracket. That said, it is not surprising to see a lot of them post their graduation pictures and telling everyone how happy and honored they are, and how thankful they are to their parents. Some congratulations here and there, and jesting about where the next drinking session is. I actually got to talk to these friends personally
I’ve always been a mall rat. Up until now, I’d use window shopping as an official fitness activity. I mean what could go wrong, right? I could walks for hours (and I mean hours) inside a mall with just a bottle of water to keep me sane. If I’d do that more often, then maybe I would’ve gained fewer pounds over 2011. However, even if I actually did that, nothing
I’ve become an avid user of Twitter. Before, I thought it was a den for people who had too much time in their hands and no (or poor) career. Well, you still can find those trolls on Twitter but there are a few interesting people as well. Celebrities, for example. And I’m not just talking about actors and actresses, but great artists like the feisty Sara Bareilles and Paulo Coelho.
My work as an events and PR consultant requires me to go outside Davao several times in a year. I go around the country to visit clients and mount their events for them. Sometimes, I leave Davao in the morning and come back in the evening. (It’s a very tiring feat, to tell you.) Sometimes, I endure 8 hours of sitting in a crowded bus to see a client