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By Roy Steven Eriga
College basketball fans are buzzing with excitement over the La Salle versus San Beda exhibition game Saturday, 12 noon at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The dream match, dubbed “Champions for a Cause,” is a charity event for Supertyphoon “Yolanda” survivors.
By Pam Pastor
For weeks now, the Internet has been abuzz about butterbeer. Yes, butterbeer, that drink so beloved by Harry Potter and his friends and the main reason we in Super have been dreaming of going to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando.
“We’re having a tough time at home, but we’re here to celebrate mankind,” a costumed Rico Blanco tells the sizable crowd at the Marina Promenade’s F1 Pit area, and his declaration is met with cheers from Filipinos and foreigners alike. Performing with a heavy heart might not be easy, but this man’s clearly on a mission—to show the rest of the world what the indomitable Filipino spirit is all about at the Sundown Festival 2013 in Singapore.
By Pam Pastor
This is a story that began 21 years ago, when Rob Tuazon first discovered Pearl Jam. Since then, the band has become a huge part of his life—he even met Tasha Salvador, the woman who would become his wife, on a Pearl Jam online forum. The couple love the band so much that they named their son after Eddie Vedder.
For a while, things were confusing. (Who’s in charge? Are operations moving to Camp Aguinaldo? Are our volunteer tickets still valid? How do we donate food?) But one thing remained steadfast at Operation Salubong in Villamor Air Base: the dedicated volunteers who just want to make the evacuees feel welcome and comfortable when they land in Manila.
By Eldie Nollora David
This story really moved me. The boy’s name is Benjie. He begs for money every day in Butuan City. He was near one of the drop-off stations of our donation drive for the victims of Supertyphoon “Yolanda” manned by members of the Alpha Phi Omega.
By Miko Cabuyadao
“My small contribution to the Pinoys in need …” It was a short message that answered our problem of transporting the donations collected for “Yolanda” victims. Uncle Darry, a Singaporean, offered his car service for free when he learned that we were doing a donation drive.
By Pam Pastor
The members of Saint Pedro Poveda College’s high school business club EntrePinoy had great plans for their school fair. Inspired by singer-songwriter Lana del Rey and her love for flower crowns, the girls, all junior and senior high school students, planned to make crowns by hand and sell them at the Poveda fair. “We buy the materials and make them with love,” they shared in an e-mail to Super.
By Tatin Yang
When developers created the convenience of syncing photos and videos in the cloud, their chief purpose was to allow a person to have access to photos across all devices owned by the user; there would be no need to do manual transfers, the cloud would do it all.
The countdown to one of the most entertaining shows of the year is on as Karpos Multimedia opens 2014 with Grammy Award-winning French indie pop band Phoenix. The group will perform at the World Trade Center in Pasay Ciy on Jan. 21, 2014.
The Philippines achieved a milestone by winning two bronze medals in the 7th Cheerleading World Championships on Nov. 26 at the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand.