MANILA – Angel Locsin left her fans worried after she posted on social media pictures of her face with a black eye. On Instagram, the “General’s Daughter” actress sought for tips among her followers on how to conceal the appearance of bruising around her left eye. “50 Shades of Black under my eye, na sinubukan kong i-mowdel. Any helpful tips on how to get rid of a black eye quickly, aside from vitamin C, arnica, & ice?” she wrote, unedited. While saying that she is proud of her battle scars, Locsin said she has to mask the black eye because “this girl gotta work.” Without disclosing how she got the bruise, Locsin, nonetheless, assured her supporters that she was not abused by anyone. Previously, Locsin herself revealed how she apparently refused a stunt double for some of her scenes in "The General’s Daughter," particularly where she had to hang under a moving truck. Her decision sparked words of praise from her fans, but also … [Read more...] about News Angel Locsin seeks tips on how to get rid of a black eye
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By Kevin McGran Sports Reporter Wed., May 8, 2019 What the Maple Leafs have now is competition at the wing. The emergence of Trevor Moore, the additions of Ilya Mikheyev and Egor Korshkov and the rise of Jeremy Bracco has created a sense that might have been lacking last season, that wingers will be pushed to keep their spot in the lineup. Consider last season’s pairs: Zach Hyman-Mitch Marner, Andreas Johnsson-Kasperi Kapanen, Patrick Marleau-William Nylander, Tyler Ennis-Connor Brown. (We’re not talking about centres here, just wingers. Not much is happening with the centres, though Adam Brooks looks though he’s breaking through with the Marlies.) Moore came in and bumped Ennis. That was it. That was the only competition we saw. Moore actually bumped Par Lindholm, traded to Winnipeg to create a spot. Nic Petan one presumes will get a better look in training camp. So now both GM Kyle Dubas and coach Mike Babcock each have options. Article … [Read more...] about Forwards Mailbag: Leafs getting competitive up front
Areca nuts, or commonly referred to as betel nuts, are fruit of the areca palm tree. Up till now, the leaves that fall have no use and are usually burnt. “If we go into the jungle, it is common to place food on areca leaf to replace plates. So, we thought of whether we could commercially reuse Areca leaves like that,” said Ko Min Kyaw Zin, who is from Tanintharyi Region. The impetus for him to produce plates, bowls and other utensils using the Areca leaf and other waste materials was a video on You Tube of people in India eating from banana leaves. At around that time, he was also introduced to Ko Than Zaw Oo who was making use of areca leafs in Myeik. The pair hit it off and started Nature Myanmar. In fact, Ko Than Zaw Oo, was already using areca leaves in his rice and curry shop in Myeik, after he realised plastic and styrofoam was causing pollution and blocking the drains. He was also greatly disappointed during the previous Thingyan holidays because people who … [Read more...] about Eco-friendly solution to the plastic problem
Prayer is an acknowledgment of our need for God. (The Philippine Star) - May 4, 2019 - 12:00am Prayer is an acknowledgment of our need for God. … [Read more...] about Prayer is an acknowledgment of our need for God.
By Carola Vyhnak Special to the Star Tues., April 30, 2019 Hear that? Those jingling coins and sighs of relief — at not having to haul everything back in the house — are the sounds of a successful yard sale. If you’re going to participate in the annual warm-weather ritual of selling your unwanted stuff to someone else, you want to do it right. Right? It’s a fun way to make a little money from your decluttering project while rehoming everything from outgrown baby clothes to unused bread machines. For the how-to’s, we turned to two veteran yard salers: one urban and one rural. Toronto east-ender Bruce Cooper is an organizer of the mother of all yard sales: the Danforth East. The neighbourhood event, bordered by Greenwood Ave. on the west and Main St. on the east, is expecting close to 400 households to take part in this year’s seventh annual edition on Saturday, June 8. The Danforth East Community Association (DECA) even … [Read more...] about Enticing signage and pricing items to sell are keys to a great yard sale