Quantcast
Home » Gang Badoy You are browsing entries tagged with “Gang Badoy”

Head to ‘Heads

By

“We don’t talk a lot. But we gelled together because we played music, especially when we play music.”

Posted: September 5th, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Super | Read More »

Rock on, ‘chicharon’

By
RAMON Bautista

In the spirit of talent searches and finding a place in the hearts of a younger generation, Oishi, makers of Marty’s Cracklin’ Vegetarian Chicharon, invited supporters of musicians and rock music fans to Eastwood Central Plaza in Libis, Quezon City, last week for the culmination of its very successful “Form The Marty’s” band search.

Posted: April 27th, 2013 in Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos,Super | Read More »

Meet Team O

By
t1124oishi-sidebar_feat5_1

It’s more than just snacks. The people behind Oishi believe in more than just offering tasty treats, they enjoy creating products that become a part of the daily lives of Pinoys.

Posted: November 24th, 2012 in Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos,Super | Read More »

Remembering Sec. Robredo

By
t0825gang-robredo_feat1_1

Once in 2010, I had a one-on-one with Sec. Robredo when I bumped into him on a domestic flight. About a week later, I interviewed him on ANC. I observed that his demeanor was exactly the same. Whether it was en solo while waiting for a delayed flight or on national TV with the lights on his face—his manner was the same. He had no airs about him, which is, I think, where he gets his command. For someone in his high position, he always replied to text messages. If he couldn’t, he’d call to say he’d reply later. I often texted him during relief operations to ask for LGU contact numbers, and once I asked him to just give me a staff member’s name, but he said there was no need for that since it was okay to just text him straight.

Posted: August 25th, 2012 in Editor's Pick,Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos,Super | Read More »

The Rock Ed formula

By

When Ondoy struck in 2009, Gang Badoy, who was mourning the deaths of her friends Alexis Tioseco, Nika Bohinc and the Eguids, set aside her grief and helped people by going on air to provide information about the typhoon. The emergency broadcast, which lasted for days and was heard over Jam 88.3, helped a number of people including a man who was assisting his wife in giving birth in their flooded home.

Posted: August 11th, 2012 in Headlines,Super | Read More »

Advertisement
Marketplace