||[14 Mar 2014|12:00pm]
- Thu, 19:47: Glad at the outcome of this evening's Lebran class. 3 newbies other than the expected 2 regulars. Dadami ulit sa evening, make sure of it.
- Thu, 21:51: Rewarding myself with a small supply of Fitbars after this evening's Lebran class. And yes, that's a… http://t.co/p0mlj21cOA
- Fri, 11:58: Lunch at Chikitita with sone of the scholars. It's been quite a while since we last ate here.
||[12 Mar 2014|12:00pm]
- Tue, 21:29: Still can't help but beat myself up for what happened. Ugh. Must make up for it.
- Tue, 21:31: Ayan tuloy, Mommy had to call out on our issues again. Hay.
- Tue, 21:37: In other news, I stalked the chef's Facebook. He's single now! HAHAHA.
- Tue, 21:50: I've been craving for a nice, big, greasy burger for days, but I guess this will have to do, hahaha!… http://t.co/znBL9tfXcw
||[10 Mar 2014|12:00pm]
- Sun, 17:33: @mpugeda's surprise birthday lunch was simple and successful. Now off to CCP for finale show of Wicked the musical with @iamfayee.
- Sun, 23:20: Iam's birthday and Wicked's finale show in one day! #100happydays #day029 http://t.co/ikD41cbJXT
- Mon, 00:13: OMG, the chef I had a crush on while I was in Cebu is now back in Manila. He just commented on my last Instagram post. O_o
- Mon, 08:18: The chef was very persistent about inviting me to 1 of his talks at my old school. I really want to, but damn these sched conflicts.
|From NAIA to Narita
||[10 Mar 2014|05:19am]
I used to fly Northwest Airlines a lot during the '90s, between Manila and New York, and I had forgotten how nice it was.
These days Northwest is known as Delta Airlines, and last January I received an email from Delta offering ticket sales that seemed too good to be true. Business class to Narita started at US$589, plus taxes of US$240, came to about US$829.
Last year Jeroen and I cancelled our anniversary trip to Japan because of Yolanda, so I thought this was a good time to go and see if I can get a three-year visa (I did!). Never mind that the weather is a bit too cold for me.
Last Thursday, we left the house at 5 AM and arrived a bit early at NAIA for our 7:45 AM flight.
Good news: the airport looks like it's finally getting renovated.
Never mind the chairs and the carpet—these should be gone soon. We hope.
Those horrible souvenir shops and food stalls are now boarded up.
Hopefully to make way to better brands, edible food, and more international-friendly concepts (read: not native). Eek.
The Delta flight was so pleasant! I am not a morning person. I did not sleep a wink because I had to wake up at 4:30 AM, so the flat bed seat with a view of my husband was really comforting to me.
I slept for most of the flight. Or I prayed even thought it was only slightly bumpy. I am still afraid of flying. But the flight attendants were so nice, like Badette who reads my blog and Stephen who is an old friend of ours.
Also met a reader named Gem or Jem who said hi to me before boarding :)
Travel tip: if you have a cold/cough, Drixine will be your best friend 30 minutes before landing.
Spray this into your nostrils to avoid painful eardrums and temporary deafness on the plane.
We landed safely at Narita, which was amazingly deserted. I have never seen this before.
This was after 12 noon. Why oh why??
I don't understand
We got our luggage quickly and was out of there in minutes.
Is that why the tickets were on sale? Is everyone landing at Haneda instead?
Somebody please explain.
|Pretty Diaz girls on HOLA! cover
||[10 Mar 2014|05:16am]
“We all have an innate sense of style. It’s something we’ve been exposed to and it’s influenced how we dress,” shares Martine Cajucom about her and her four cousins.
“It’s absolute madness every day, but I wouldn’t have it any other way,” adds 28-year-old model and host Georgina Wilson.
In a first for the Diaz family, the five stylish young women of the famous showbiz clan share a slice of their coveted lives in HOLA! Philippines’ Fashion Issue, now out on newsstands.
Also in this issue, HOLA! Philippines dresses up model and PR professional Apples Aberin in the latest sports inspired looks, chats with actress Lovi Poe and model, actor, and entrepreneur Fabio Ide; catches up with celebrated Filipino designers Mich Dulce, Boom Sason, and Francis Libiran; discovers a different side to Tweetie De Leon-Gonzales; and talks shop with the families of Mila Dayrit and Jul B. Dizon on their jewelry empires.
Also inside HOLA! Philippnes’ pre-summer offering are coverage of the season’s most exciting events—from Paris Fashion Week to the 56th Grammys, Tim Yap and Raymond Gutierrez’s birthday parties to Das Reyes and Bea Tantoco’s wedding, and, finally, The annual Zobel Cup.
HOLA! Philippines is available in print (Php 160) and digitally via the Zinio app for only $34.99/year.
For more information email email@example.com or go to ph.hola.com.
|The new Louis Vuitton: a preview of things to come
||[10 Mar 2014|05:15am]
It was around 1997 when I purchased my first Louis Vuitton bag—an Amazone! It was the only thing I could afford at that time. It wasn't until 2001 when Marc Jacobs created the Stephen Sprouse bags that I became officially obsessed. Takashi Murakami followed in 2002 and the love affair continued for a few more years until it became, well, tired.
I can't tell you how many Louis Vuittons I've acquired. Many of them I have sold or given away, but I still keep some special ones.
Truthfully I haven't found the brand that exciting, until they announced that Nicolas Ghesquière (formerly of Balenciaga) was taking over Marc Jacobs' position as creative director of the house of Louis Vuitton.
Meanwhile my friends and I have been wondering what kind of change he can bring to the fashion house which had tuned American, pop, and J-Lo, under the direction of Marc Jacobs.
To answer our question, my friends, here's a preview of things to come in Fall/Winter 2014-15.
A series of photographs, titled A Dozen Girls was recently photographed by Juergen Teller at the Louis Vuitton Headquarters in Paris.
A patchwork zipped leather coat is worn with a Silver Épi Petite-Malle in its removable cover
A leather knitted top is paired with and a printed moleskin skirt
A crocodile zipped coat is worn with a Monogram Petite-Malle
The beauty is in the details
Black patent leather boots
A brushed shetland coat with leather details and black patent leather belt is worn with an Alma bag in lambskin with diamonds drawing; a gold metal earring; signet ring and crystal rings; with black calf leather boots
To see more of the new Louis Vuitton collection, click HERE.
|How to revive an old chair
||[10 Mar 2014|05:14am]
I found this chair at Megamall and placed it in the boys' room a few years ago. It wasn't expensive but it is oh so comfy. The boys use it mostly while playing their video games on weekends.
It has seen better days obviously. I didn't realize how ratty it was until recently.
Luckily I remembered to buy some fabric at Ikea Singapore last January. I chose a Dutch-looking print that would brighten up any kid's room. I was about to dump it in the cart when the Dutch in-laws insisted on rolling it the proper way
Back in Manila I tried to search online for anyone who could reupholster a chair—and then I remembered my friend Kristine Dee who makes furniture apart from her own jewelry line.
Kristine is my go-to person when I need to resurrect some furniture pieces. She is so helpful!
The chair was picked up from our house and delivered a few weeks later. They did an amazing job!!
Not bad service for less than Php 2500—including pull-out and delivery.
If you're looking for a great, reliable reupholstery service in Metro Manila, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Back from the dead (nearly)
||[10 Mar 2014|05:13am]
So sorry I haven't blogged in ages.
I got into a Twitter fight about two weeks ago and got bullied (my fault and I'm sorry. Deepak said so) so I decided to remove Twitter from my phones and lay off social media, including Instagram, Facebook, and well, my blog.
My son got sick on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On Monday it was my turn to get sick up to this day.
I haven't been sick for years!! I had forgotten what a 39-degree fever feels like and it aint fun.
So all this time I was in bed medicating and playing Candy Crush.
I've also been reading Deepak Chopra's Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, which says I am exactly where I am supposed to be.
Which means I got sick because of certain decisions that I made (taking a bubble bath on a cold day, for one) and that God wants me to be right here, right now. With that I accepted my sickness and stayed in bed instead of forcing myself to work.
I am still in bed with a low fever, cold and cough. Just to be sure I'm not dying of pneumonia my friend Patrice dragged me to St. Luke's BGC this afternoon for a blood test and X-ray—both negative. (Thank You Lord!)
Last Friday I did have the pleasure of meeting the two big winners of my Samsung giveaway.
Both winners met up with me at my office. This is Mary Grace Raagas who can now replace her old Samsung phone with a Samsung Galaxy Mega. (That cute little boy in the picture is my husband Jeroen.)
And Anne Roselle Lara (L) who plans to give her prize Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to her sister.
I also got to meet her pretty mom Ohla.
Well it's great to have an office. Now I can meet more of you readers, as I prepare my next giveaway.
Oh, and thanks to the great people at St. Luke's BGC ER and Dr. Dimagiba (indestructible) for his patience and who didn't see this coming.
Hay! This cold weather kasi...
(Comments section, please be kind. I am still trying to recover. No trolls please!!)
|Piandre opens Mother Ship and BGC salon
||[10 Mar 2014|05:12am]
When I was in high school I had a classmate with perfect hair, nails and skin. I kind of hated her and wondered how she did it. She was rich, for one and had a bigger allowance than all of us. Like her wallet always had bills.
What I didn’t figure out at the time was that she spent a lot of time in the salon.
When we were kids we only went to the salon to get a haircut. I didn’t know about the magic of regular blowdry until I was already working. Now that I’m older and can afford it, I don’t ever go out without a blowdry.
In 1987, Piandre was new and easily became one of the best salons in town. Their Greenhills branch was always busy, having captured the doña/moneyed market and their daughters. For one, they have sterilized brushes.
My mom was an instant fan and continues to be a regular 26 years later.
Growing up, all salons used to intimidate me, including this one. Even though I knew that Piandre was owned by my dad’s cousin, Linda Zamora Francisco.
Piandre, was originally supposed to be called Peandre—culled from the names of Peachy, Aina and Drea—Tita Linda’s three daughters.
“But it didn’t sound right so it became Piandre,” said my cousin Drea Zulueta, who is now general manager of 13 family-owned salons.
Drea gave me a tour of their recently opened branch in Bonifacio Global City, located at the ground floor of Two Parkade Building.
The salon was quiet this Wednesday afternoon but gets busy in the mornings, after work and on weekends.
The new BGC salon looks modern and spacious with bamboo floors and matching chairs. Drea says they designed the salon themselves.
Drea and her family keep the business updated by taking regular trips around the world to attend trade fairs and to source new products and materials.
Drea herself started training under Vidal Sassoon in London in 2003. She now helps train Piandre stylists back home.
Aside from the large salon space, the new BGC shop has a men’s area, two VIP rooms and three wax treatment rooms. But what I find amazing is it has restrooms everywhere—like seven restrooms, including two separate ones for the staff. The VIP section has its own restroom. This lavatory is chuva-approved.
The BGC shop has these magic mirrors I really love. See this logo at the bottom of the mirror
Press that and the mirror lights up.
Each Piandre salon also has a mini store of hair products.
Drea urged me to try Michael O’Rourke’s Rock Your Hair products to benefit my thin hair. Uhm, I can't resist this color.
Among their wonder products are a dry shampoo powder for times you can't shampoo and need to freshen up, plus a wonder hair powder that covers “bald spots” on your scalp.
Next we drove all the way to Timog Avenue, Quezon City where Piandre has opened a five-storey Mother Ship called the LZF Building (LZF = Linda Zamora Francisco). The four-storey building was designed by Carmelo Casas.
On the first floor is the parking lot, because Drea has a phobia of basement parking lots.
From here you take the escalator to the second floor, which houses a 600-square meter salon, the biggest in the Philippines.
It offers a full range of services including cut and finishing, color, nails, hair treatments
The Timog Mother Ship was quite busy this afternoon
The third floor, called the Salon Beautifier HQ, has a school setup. It will serve as a venue for training Piandre's 60 stylists. In fact Piandre often flies in experts from abroad to train their staff.
The fourth floor holds a magnificent ballroom that can rival any hotel ballroom in Manila.
Love this VIP area. The ballroom can be rented for a fee. To inquire, visit the Piandre Mother Ship in Timog or call the numbers listed below.
On the fifth floor is a roofdeck, which is still being finished.
Aside from all the services offered, Piandre’s unique selling proposition is that it distributes many special hair brands like Lakme (hair color and hair care), Macadamia Natural Oil products and services, Rock Your Hair products, the pregnancy-safe Barielle nail polish line, Kerastase and L’Oreal.
Piandre is also the official distributor of the Keratin Complex Smoothing System in the Philippines.
After 26 years in the business, no wonder Piandre is the biggest chain of high-end salons in the country.
Piandre BGC is at Two Parkade, 30th Street corner 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City
T: (02)553-4014 • (02)519-9962
Open Monday to Saturday from 7 AM - 9 PM and Sunday from 9 AM - 5 PM.
The Timog branch is at LZF Building, 25A Timog Avenue, Quezon City
T: (02)441-2977 • (02)927-3448 • (0921) 212.5963
Open Monday to Saturday from 7 AM - 9 PM and Sunday from 9 AM - 5 PM.
To find other locations near you, click HERE.
To know more, go to http://piandre.com or like them on Facebook.
|Haute Maroquinerie: a Louis Vuitton handbag for the elegant woman
||[10 Mar 2014|05:11am]
There's haute couture ("high fashion" or "high dressmaking") and there's haute maroquinerie or "high leather goods."
They say there are only 50 haute couture clients in the world, where the world's richest women spend tens of thousands of dollars on a custom-made dress from Paris.
Now imagine spending a similar amount for a custom-made bag just for you, handmade in Louis Vuitton's workshop in Asnières, France.
There's no need to fly overseas to covet your own handbag as Louis Vuitton's Haute Maroquinerie service becomes available in Manila for a very limited time.
I was able to preview the very exclusive service at the VIP room of the Greenbelt 4 shop in Makati.
There's a special trunk containing all the leather samples, locks and finishes in many colors.
There are eight kinds of fine leathers ranging from the supple, the firm and exotic, plus a total of 27 colors to choose from—all of which can result in 40,000 possible combinations.
To get a better feel, you can browse through small binders containing swatches
The client can choose the shape, leather, color and finish she desires, enhanced by a personalized patch with the name of the owner, making each bag unique and distinct.
Also on display are actual handbags to give clients an idea on the bags' design, size, and weight.
These include three handbag designs inspired by Louis Vuitton icons:
Plus two new shapes—the Neo Steamer
The Haute Maroquinerie collection demonstrates Louis Vuitton’s savoir-faire in creating the finest leather handbags with impeccable details, enhancing the House’s made-to-order service to a whole new level.
Once ordered, each handbag will take months up to a year to deliver.
Those interested can visit Louis Vuitton Greenbelt 4 only until February 23, 2014.
|Winners: Samsung + Line giveaway!
||[10 Mar 2014|05:09am]
Over 3,000 of you joined my latest giveaway.
After selecting ten winners via Random.org, I printed them out and divided them into two piles.
Grace came over to the office and picked two winners
Anne Roselle Lara of Makati City wins the Samsung Galaxy Note 3
and Mary Grace Raagas of Pasay City gets the Samsung Galaxy Mega!
I am currently texting/emailing them on how to get their prizes.
The following won a pair (two each) of plush toys from Line.
They don't have to do anything, I will just ship the toys to them.
Angeli Santina of Caloocan City
Mezekiel Mose of Pasig City
Aresminde Jr Dayaon of Pasig City
Orella Gayle Ocsena of Cavite
Sam Lim of Mandaluyong City
Eden Gillian Brillo of Laguna
Girlie Malapitan of Cainta, Rizal
Angela Claire Ching of Quezon City
Thanks for joining! I have another giveaway coming up very soon!! XO
|Lesportsac unveils Artist collab with Curtis Kulig
||[10 Mar 2014|05:08am]
Artist Curtis Kulig lives in New York City, where his ‘Love Me’ campaign has quickly made him an international star. As a painter, photographer and illustrator, Kulig’s artwork can be seen from Berlin to Los Angeles, Paris to Tokyo.
Now Kulig has created a series of original designs for LeSportsac that range from playful watercolors and swirly scripts to bright bold marks of his signature statement.
Find them in Lesportsac stores at Greenbelt 5, Rustan’s Makati, Rustan’s Shangri-la Plaza Mall, Alabang Town Center, Gateway Mall, Ayala Center Cebu, and Robinsons Magnolia.
|Michelin-star chef goes to Tivoli
||[10 Mar 2014|05:07am]
Mandarin Oriental, Manila’s Tivoli plays hosts to another acclaimed Michelin-starred chef, Richard Toix, from February 24 to March 2. 2014.
Held with the support of Etihad Airways, the week-long promotion promises food connoisseurs a rare dining experience.
Richard Toix brings with him over 20 years of culinary experience, evident in the colorful presentations of his dishes. His fine dining restaurant, Passions et Gourmandises restaurant in the village of Saint-Benoit, earned its first Michelin star in 2008, a mere nine months after opening.
Richard Toix’s award-winning cuisine will make its way to The Tivoli through the signature three-course Business Lunch menu at PHP 1,950, and the six-course Degustation Dinner menu at PHP3,400 and an additional PHP1,800 with wine pairing. Prices are subject to service charge and prevailing taxes.
A selection of dishes will also be featured in the restaurant’s daily à la carte menu.
For reservations call Tivoli at 750-8888 or email email@example.com.
Potato black truffle croustillant with brown butter
|What happens when a young gay man falls in love with a woman?
||[10 Mar 2014|05:06am]
That’s the central conceit behind Red Turnip Theater’s second offering, COCK by Mike Bartlett.
A sold-out hit when it first premiered in London in 2009 and subsequently during its off-Broadway run a year later, COCK revolves around a gay couple whose rocky relationship derails when one of them sleeps (and falls in love) with a woman.
Debates over one’s sexual identity explode when all three decide to sit down and “duke it out” over dinner.
Hilarity ensues when another unexpected guest turns up and loyalties are put to the test. As one character puts it, “It’s the ultimate bitch fight”.
Rem Zamora makes his directorial debut with COCK.
“We’re excited to be back in Whitespace. A lot of people who came to CLOSER said they enjoyed the intimacy of the experience and the space.”
COCK is a comedy with bite. No props, scenery or furniture. Just actors, sharp dialogue and some clever staging.
Zamora has assembled a tight cast of theatrical heavyweights for COCK’s Manila premier.
Topper Fabregas plays John, a young man caught between his gay lover and his growing attraction to another woman- W, played by Jamora.
Niccolo Manahan makes a theatrical comeback as M, John’s lover who isn’t about to let him go without a fight.
Rounding off this impressive cast is Audie Gemora as F, M’s well-meaning father whose sudden appearance at dinner throws everyone for a loop.
Cock is directed by Rem Zamora with technical direction and lighting design by John Batalla, set design by Denis Lagdameo, and sound design: Jethro Joaquin.
Whitespace is at 2314 Chino Roces Avenue Extension (formerly Pasong Tamo Extension), Makati
March 7, 14, 21, 28, April 4 — Friday at 9 PM
March 8, 15, 29 and April 5 — Saturday at 8 PM
April 5, Saturday at 4 PM
March 9, 16, 23 and April 6 — Sunday at 4 PM
and a special closing gala on April 6, Sunday, 8 PM
Premium (Reserved Seating) Php 1,563
Patron (Free Seating) Php 1,042
Available online at TicketWorld or call 891-9999.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to https://www.facebook.com/RedTurnipTheater
COCK is supported by Fila, Whitespace, Gung Ho Films Manila, Bose, National Book Store,
Powerbooks, When In Manila, and Radio Republic. BusinessWorld, and HerWord.com.
Food and drinks concession provided by Speakeasy.
|Thank you for my felawrs
||[10 Mar 2014|05:03am]
My baby keeps giving me flowers. Sometimes he just leaves them on my nightstand.
He picks them from the park, from the neighbor's house.
You can't stop him.
All the boys give me flowers. Even Kuya Ben when he was small.
Jeroen brought me flowers in Utrecht
Thank you for the truckload of felawr, Christian. I love them all.
|Spend your Valentine at home with HBO
||[10 Mar 2014|05:01am]
In my house everyday is Valentine's Day. So this Friday I'm excited to be home and just chill with my boys in my socks and sweats.
Got no date on Valentine's Day? Who wants to join the traffic anyway?
Have your date with HBO as it lines up a romantic movie marathon on February 14, 2014.
Here's what showing from 12 midnight onwards:
12 AM — The Five Year Engagement
(Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Rhys Ifans)
About a young couple that takes a little longer to say 'I do'. An affianced duo—he's a chef and she's an academic—weather their share of challenges including several moves across the country, a romantic competition and even a break-up.
2 AM — Like Crazy
(Felicity Jones, Anton Yelchin, Jennifer Lawrence)
A British college student falls for an American student, only to be separated from him when she overstays her visa and gets banned from the U.S.
3:30 AM — Message in a Bottle
(Kevin Costner, Robin Wright-Penn, Paul Newman)
Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks. Walking alone on deserted beach, a woman finds a bottle containing a moving, passionate letter, signed simply, "G." The letter's poetry and heartache compel her to begin a search for the author which eventually leads to a sailboat builder on the Outer Banks of North Carolina—and a chance to find love.
5:45 AM — The Holiday
(Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law)
Two women with problems in love, Iris and Amanda, meet on the Internet and exchange houses to change their lifestyles. When Iris heads to California and Amanda moves to a traditional English countryside, respective romances brew and both ladies find it hard to make a decision.
8:00 AM — How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
(Kate Hudson, Matthew McConaughey, Adam Goldberg)
Andie is a sexy young journalist who's stuck writing a cheesy advice column for a magazine. For a change, she decides to write a piece on things women do that turn men off, and personally attempts to snag and scare off a man in 10 days—in the name of research.
9:50 AM — The Notebook
(Ryan Gosling, Rachel McAdams, James Marsden, Kevin Connolly, David Thornton)
Based on the best-selling novel by acclaimed author, Nicholas Sparks. When a young North Carolina boy, Noah, sees the beautiful Allie Hamilton, it’s love at first sight. Allie initially treats him as a friend and nothing more, but against the wishes of her aristocratic mother, she finds herself falling in love with Noah. Their vastly different social backgrounds, her mother's stifling supervision and her looming, arranged engagement to Lon Hammond Jr., are more than enough to hinder their romance. But Noah and Allie prove that true love is indeed strong enough to withstand the brutal tests of memory and time.
11:55 AM — Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!
(Kate Bosworth, Topher Grace, Josh Duhamel)
A small-town grocery bagger, Rosalee, adores the Hollywood bad-boy celebrity, Tad Hamilton, and ends up winning a date with him. She's over the moon, but her friend, Pete isn't since he's been carrying the torch for her. When the actor gets smitten by Rosalee’s character, he follows her back to West Virginia, much to Pete’s chagrin.
1:30 PM — Bridget Jones' Diary
(Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant)
Based on Helen Fielding's book. Bridget Jones, a thirty-something single English woman, decides to improve her life and chronicle the efforts in a diary. We follow her efforts through her wry and witty narration, as she struggles with career, family, and romantic challenges.
3:05 PM — Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
(Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant)
Bridget Jones begins to question her romance with the ultra-conservative Marc Darcy. To complicate matters, Daniel Cleaver, Bridget's wild playboy boss asks her to join him on location in Thailand for a TV shoot.
4:50 PM — The Lake House
(Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock)
As lonely Dr. Kate Forster exchanges letters with architect Alex Wyler, their correspondence grows into love, but the two realize they are living in the same house two years apart. To be together, they must unravel the mystery behind their extraordinary romance, knowing that their quest may destroy the link that has allowed them to fall in love.
6:30 PM - When in Rome
(Kristen Bell, Josh Duhamel, Anjelica Huston)
An ambitious young New Yorker, disillusioned with romance, takes a whirlwind trip to Rome where she defiantly plucks magic coins from a “foolish” fountain of love, inexplicably igniting the passion of an odd group of suitors: a sausage magnate, a street magician, an adoring painter, and a self-admiring model. But when a charming reporter pursues her, how will she know if his love is the real thing?
8 PM — Hitch
(Will Smith, Eva Mendes, Kevin James)
Alex Hitchens is a legendary, and deliberately anonymous, New York City “date doctor” who, for a fee, has helped countless men woo the women of their dreams. While coaching Albert, a meek accountant who is smitten with a glamorous celebrity, Allegra Cole, Hitch finally meets his match in the gorgeous, whip-smart Sara Melas, a gossip columnist who follows Allegra's every move. Hitch suddenly finds himself falling in love with Sara, a reporter whose biggest scoop could very well be the unmasking of Manhattan's most famous date doctor.
10 PM — This Is 40
(Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Maude Apatow)
Both Pete and Debbie are about to turn 40. With their kids hating each other and both of their businesses failing, the couple is on the verge of losing their house and their already estranged relationship.
To know more, go to http://www.hboasia.com.
|Kiss on the lips at Pepper Lunch, year 5!
||[10 Mar 2014|04:57am]
Is there someone you're dying to kiss who just happens to love chocolate?
On Valentine's Day, bring him/her/it to any Pepper Lunch store in the Philippines to get a free Molten Milk Chocolate cake to share!
Only 100 cakes will be given per outlet, so come early.
Now that's a good reason to kiss on the Lips.
Find your favorite branch below and like them on Facebook.
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