By Kathryn Hudson The Kit Fri., Feb. 8, 2019 My husband has grown a beard over the past couple of years and I hate it. I have complained about it to him, but he hasn’t changed anything. Aren’t hipster beards over by now? Should I tell him to shave it off? — Ashley, Mississauga I was at a barbecue a few summers ago when a friend wondered loudly, “Hey, do you ever kiss your husband anymore?” He was poking fun at my husband’s beard, which had evolved from Sunday-afternoon-stubble to I-was-shipwrecked-years-ago proportions. You aren’t alone, Ashley — at some point over the last decade, we all seem to have ended up with bearded husbands. The global phenomenon swept a generation of men who delighted in the idea that they could groom less, while becoming more stylish. But is the trend truly over? I asked all-pro barber Robert McMillen, who works with L’Oréal Paris and owns an impossibly cool … [Read more...] about Ask The Kit: Can I make my husband shave his awful beard?
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The ‘Iron Lady in Pink’ gets the Quintin J. Gomez Award Mark Andrew B. Cruz (The Philippine Star) - December 4, 2018 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — At the turn of the century, the vision of one man propelled the growth of an unknown medical practice in the Philippines. Since then, the course of healthcare has changed as Dr. Quintin J. Gomez built the foundation of a formal anesthesia organization. Known as the “Father of Modern Philippine Anesthesiology,” Dr. Gomez’ significant contributions have earned him the honor of having the most prestigious award for a Filipino anesthesiologists named after him. The Quintin J. Gomez Award (QJG) is only given to an individual who had made outstanding contributions to the science and practice of Anesthesiology, in terms of professional competence, service to the Philippine Society of Anesthesiologists (PSA), international recognition, and social … [Read more...] about The ‘Iron Lady in Pink’ gets the Quintin J. Gomez Award
Sport Senegal coach Aliou Cisse was momentarily lost for words on Saturday when asked by a Russian journalist about his growing status as one of the sex symbols of the World Cup. 24 Jun 2018 12:30AM Bookmark YEKATERINBURG, Russia: Senegal coach Aliou Cisse was momentarily lost for words on Saturday when asked by a Russian journalist about his growing status as one of the sex symbols of the World Cup."I don't know, you'll have to ask the ladies," the 42-year-old replied, laughing, when asked about the intense interest he had provoked among women across the host country.Clips of the coach's fist-pumping goal celebrations while directing a smouldering gaze at the camera during Senegal's opening game against Poland have gone viral, attracting the attention of admirers around the world.Some fans have likened him online to the Marvel Comics super-hero Black Panther."I don't think I'm a sex symbol at all. There are millions and millions of Aliou Cisses in Senegal and the world," … [Read more...] about Sex symbol, moi? Ask the ladies, says Senegal’s Cisse
MANILA, Philippines — While male talents dominated the winners of American Idol (AI), the women were the ones who have established stellar careers in the international music scene. Recently joining the esteemed league of female winners that include Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood, is Season 16 champ, Maddie Poppe, the sixth lady to win AI. Interestingly, aside from bagging this season’s title, Maddie was congratulated by her runner-up, Caleb Lee Hutchinson, who proudly announced in the last stretch of the finale that Maddie is his girlfriend and they are actually dating. The revelation came before the couple rendered their riveting final duet, Somewhere Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World. It was a welcome surprise not only to the millions of AI viewers worldwide, but also to the celebrity judges — R&B legend and four-time Grammy winner Lionel Richie, pop queen Katy Perry and country music artist Luke Bryan. A giddy Katy excitedly turned her swivel chair … [Read more...] about The sixth lady to win AI
Sereno camp says it's hearsay unless source testifies under oath MANILA - House Justice Committee Chair Reynaldo Umali on Monday said his office received a sealed envelope from an anonymous source regarding an incident related to the impeachment complaint against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno. Umali said his staff received the envelope over the weekend. He said his staff could not track its sender and "and cannot confirm if it came again from a small lady." The document contained a report on the meeting of chief justices of the Southeast Asian nations in 2014, he said. A portion of the report read: “The Chief Justice stated that the Philippines would be pleased to host the next ASEAN Chief Justices’ Meeting next year. The Chief Justice announced that the famous Boracay Island will be the venue for the 3rd ASEAN Chief Justices’ Meeting.” Umali said this is "totally different" from Sereno's claim that the top magistrates "unanimously chose the … [Read more...] about The return of the small lady? Umali gets envelope from ‘anonymous’ source