By Bayani San Diego Jr.
On Tuesday, some of them kept busy; others relaxed and recharged at home, or wherever they were stranded. Vilma Santos I am thankful that my province wasn’t as hard hit by Maring as several others. I went to my office in Batangas City on Tuesday in spite of the bad weather, to stay [...]
South Korean pop sensation Rain is out of the military. Under cloudy skies Wednesday, Rain fired off a crisp salute and thanked a large crowd of mostly media and women who’d gathered to commemorate his discharge after 21 months of mandatory service.
By Matikas Santos
The Circuitfest 2013: music and skate festival in Circuit Makati Saturday night turned into a wet and wild party after strong rains poured unexpectedly but failed to stop the concert.
South Korea’s Defense Ministry has decided to confine pop star Rain to his base for a week for meeting with an actress while on duty.
South Korean pop icon Rain will appear before a disciplinary committee after it emerged he may have flouted military service rules while dating a top actress, the defense ministry said Thursday.
By R. Valencia and S. Bismark
WITH all the rain that’s been pouring, let’s mull over some insights that can shed light during the storm.
By Pocholo Concepcion
Wet weather failed to dampen the spirits of about 1,000 metalheads eager to watch Megadeth whose leader, Dave Mustaine, was the first lead guitarist and a cosongwriter of Metallica until he was fired in 1983. Mustaine has reportedly mellowed from his former death-defying lifestyle. A right arm injury he suffered 10 years ago must’ve taught him not to strain himself too much playing the electric guitar.
Fans wept as he was drafted into the army last month but South Korean pop sensation Rain is apparently adjusting well to military life.
South Korean pop star Rain entered a boot camp Tuesday to begin mandatory military service, bidding farewell to weeping fans.