Pope Francis picks Filipino as Los Angeles bishop Evelyn Macairan (The Philippine Star) - March 8, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — Pope Francis appointed on Tuesday Monsignor Alejandro Aclan of Pasay City as the newest auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. CBCPNews, the official news service provider of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, said the appointment of Aclan makes him the second Filipino-American bishop in the United States. Aclan, 68, graduated with a degree in medical technology from the University of Santo Tomas before he and his family migrated to Southern California in 1982. The bishop-elect was born on Feb. 9, 1951 in Pasay City. He is the third of eight children. In 1988, he pursued the vocation to the priesthood at St. John’s Seminary in Camarillo and was ordained priest in Los Angeles after five years. Aclan served as deputy priest of the Saint … [Read more...] about Pope Francis picks Filipino as Los Angeles bishop
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By Laura Armstrong Staff Reporter Mon., Dec. 10, 2018 STAPLES CENTER TIPOFF: 10:30 p.m. TV: Sportsnet One RADIO: TSN Radio 1050 Toronto PROBABLE STARTERS Article Continued Below Toronto: Kyle Lowry, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, Pascal Siakam, Jonas Valanciunas. Los Angeles: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Avery Bradley, Danilo Gallinari, Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic. KEY MATCHUP Kawhi Leonard/Tobias Harris There is a lot of hype around Leonard this season, and for good reason. He leads the Raptors with 26.1 points and 8.3 rebounds a night and seems to be improving with every game after last year’s near season-long injury drama. There is less hype around the man leading the Clippers, a team without an all-star anchor, in Harris. The 26-year-old is having a breakout start to his season, leading Los Angeles by putting up career-high numbers with 21.0 points and 8.4 rebounds a game as of Monday. He is shooting 50.4 per cent overall and 40.5 per … [Read more...] about Tuesday NBA preview: Toronto Raptors at Los Angeles Clippers
Every winter, US food writers compile their predictions for food trends in the coming year – and every year at least a few of those lists mention Filipino food. Without fail, the ways are enumerated in which it might be considered the perfect cuisine: the Philippines’ unique attributes as a culinary melting pot of Spanish, American and Chinese influences; the country’s access to abundant tropical ingredients; its ability to present exciting new flavors — ginataang langka! — alongside universally-loved comfort foods such as adobo and fried pork. Finally, they announce – the scribes – that thanks to a few young hotshot chefs and a growing interest in “international” foods, the Philippines’ time has finally come. And then, inevitably, they forget all about Filipino food, until next year. The dailyReport Must-reads from across Asia - directly to your inbox The winter just finished was no different, but Los … [Read more...] about Hungry for love: is Los Angeles falling for Filipino food?
caption Zlatan Ibrahimović. source Getty Images The former Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimović has announced his arrival to the LA Galaxy with a full-page advertisement in the Los Angeles Times. The ad has just five words: “Dear Los Angeles, You’re welcome.” The ego has landed. The former Manchester United footballer Zlatan Ibrahimović placed a huge advertisement in Friday’s edition of the Los Angeles Times to announce his arrival at the MLS team LA Galaxy. Ibrahimović, who once compared himself to God, is a highly decorated striker. He has won league championships and major European titles at some of the world’s biggest clubs including Inter Milan, FC Barcelona, and Manchester United. And now, at 36, he brings his talents to Los Angeles – and he really wants you to know about it. So Ibrahimović did what Ibrahimović does best: He … [Read more...] about Zlatan Ibrahimović announced his arrival at LA Galaxy with a brilliant full-page ad in the Los Angeles Times
For many years, Highland Park in Los Angeles was a relatively unknown and quiet residential part of town. The past few years, however, tell a different story: 20- and 30-somethings, lured by the neighborhood’s affordable rents and proximity to downtown Los Angeles, have moved in and are giving local entrepreneurs the incentive to open restaurants, bars and fashionable boutiques. Much of the rebirth is happening on Figueroa St., now a vibrant thoroughfare full of pedestrians. Highland Park BowlA bar, restaurant and bowling alley all in one space: Originally a popular bowling alley dating back to 1927, this sprawling space was a punk rock music venue until a local hospitality company, 1933 Group, took it over and restored it to its former glory with the original bowling lanes, candy machines and placards. There’s also a Neapolitan pizza restaurant and four bars. Bowling is $50 (U.S.) per hour per lane; each lane accommodates six people.5621 N. Figueroa St., … [Read more...] about Highland Park is the hip new ’hood to check out in Los Angeles