first_img Business News Top of the News More Cool Stuff Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Community News Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Make a comment Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy L-R: Junebum Park, 3 Crossing, 2002, Single channel video, 1 minute 43 seconds, Courtesy of the artist; Myoung Ho Lee, Tree 1, 2006, Ink on paper, Courtesy of the artist © Myoung Ho Lee; Atta Kim, ON-AIR Project 160-13, from the Series “India”, 2007, Chromogenic print, Courtesy of the artist.Pacific Asia Museum presents Constructed Visions: New Media from Korea from August 23 through November 24, 2013 in the Focus Gallery.This exhibition introduces four contemporary Korean artists who construct striking examinations of their environments, both urban and rural, using the seemingly infinite possibilities of digital media such as video and photography. For example, in Atta Kim’s images, busy cities such as New York, Paris and New Delhi become eerie ghost towns as rows of cars and crowds disappear due to extended exposure times, sometimes up to eight hours. While Kim captures known locations modified by time, Minkyung Lee intentionally creates a new reality in her images. She ‘builds’ her own spaces in miniature and then captures them with the camera. Some are then subjected to further manipulation, thereby creating layers of constructions for the viewer to unpack. Junebum Park’s videos capture mundane moments in busy cityscapes such as pedestrian and automotive traffic, or the passing of weather over a building, but deliver an uncanny sense of omniscient observation through the insertion of a figure at a super-human scale. Finally, in his Tree series, Myoung Ho Lee questions the concepts of reality, experience and representation by forcing the viewer to look at trees in their natural surroundings, isolated by artificial backgrounds and lighting.This exhibition is part of a year-long series that is designed to provide contemporary perspectives on visual art in Asia from four different countries: Japan, Korea, Israel and Pakistan. Begun with Takashi Tomo-oka, the series addresses a variety of underlying conceptual issues and cultural questions, challenging viewers’ assumptions about Asian art.This exhibition is generously supported by the Pasadena Art Alliance, Los Angeles County Arts Commission and Mike and Sookie Garrison.About Pacific Asia MuseumPacific Asia Museum is among the few institutions in the United States dedicated exclusively to the arts and culture of Asia and the Pacific Islands. The museum’s mission is to further intercultural understanding through the arts of Asia and the Pacific Islands. Since 1971, Pacific Asia Museum has served a broad audience of students, families, adults, and scholars through its exhibitions and programs.Pacific Asia Museum is located at 46 North Los Robles Avenue, Pasadena, California 91101. The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is $10 general, $7 students/seniors, and free for museum members and children under 12. Admission is free every 4th Friday of the month. For more information visit www.pacificasiamuseum.org or call (626) 449-2742. Subscribe Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website center_img First Heatwave Expected Next Week Community News HerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhat’s Your Zodiac Flower Sign?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyA Mental Health Chatbot Which Helps People With DepressionHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Celebrities People Don’t Love AnymoreHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyAmazing Sparks Of On-Screen Chemistry From The 90-sHerbeautyHerbeauty Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * around town 6 Pacific Asia Museum Announces New Exhibition Constructed Visions: New Media from Korea From STAFF REPORTS Published on Monday, July 8, 2013 | 11:54 am 8 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadenalast_img read more

first_img Sharing is caring! 32 Views   no discussions Share Tweet Sharecenter_img Chef Dereck Went. Photo credit: demerarawaves.comBRIDGETOWN, Barbados — “Cut back on table salt!” That’s the message from a Barbadian chef and entrepreneur who wants Caribbean people to abstain from over-consuming salty foods following reports of tragic life-altering strokes and other serious medical conditions.Chef Derek Went of Went Caribbean, a company that offers healthy Caribbean lifestyle support, said while the Caribbean region is known worldwide for its culinary exploits and some of the most flavour-filled foods, the region was playing “Russian Roulette” with its food preparation and consumption habits.Went Caribbean is keenly focused on reducing the high incidence of chronic, non-communicable diseases by offering a variety of products and services which promote a healthy lifestyle.“I am all for maintaining the diverse culinary traditions of the Caribbean, but let’s make sure we do so without compromising good health,” Went asserted, proposing a switch from table salt to moderate amounts of sea salt as a healthier alternative.The Caribbean chef promotes sodium-free, healthy spices and herbs in Barbados, across the Caribbean, and soon to the Caribbean Diaspora communities in North America. In addition to avoiding excessive quantities of salt present in today’s over-consumed processed foods, he also urged drinking pure water, checking blood pressure, daily exercise and other dietary habits — as recommended by medical doctors and qualified nutritionists — which were key to a healthier Caribbean and an economically sustainable health care system.Went Caribbean, supported by the Barbados Entrepreneurs Venture Capital Fund (known as BIM Ventures), promotes its WentWorx line of all natural, aromatic seasoning blends that contain no salt, no sugar, no MSG and no artificial preservatives. “You can definitely reduce the salt in your meals without sacrificing authentic Caribbean flavour when you use WentWorx blends,” he emphasized.WentWorx products currently contain naturally occurring sodium in health sustaining proportions.Caribbean News Now Share Food & DiningLifestyle Reduce salt intake, says Barbados chef by: – September 19, 2011last_img read more

first_imgBrookville, IN—INDOT Southeast has announced that starting today and tomorrow, asphalt patching operations on I-74 WB will impact the U.S. 52 ramps at Exit 169 (Brookville) on Wednesday and Thursday this week (4/22-23) from approximately 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.Today the I-74 WB off-ramp to U.S. 52  is closed and tomorrow I-74 WB on-ramp from U.S. 52 will be open with traffic shifts.last_img

first_imgAs I sat and watched the NFL playoffs the last two weekends, the games initiated a thought process for yours truly. Alex Smith versus Drew Brees, Eli Manning versus Aaron Rodgers, Joe Flacco versus T. J. Yates, Tom Brady versus Tim Tebow all were part of the top of the food chain of the NFL. There is a quarterback in Pittsburgh that is revered. His name is Ben Roethlisberger. He has from the beginning taken the media and the Pittsburgh fan base by storm. The management of the Pittsburgh Steelers has coddled and catered to Big Ben since his career was launched. As far as I am concerned, he has underperformed significantly. Take a look at the San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith. To say his tenure in San Francisco has been tenuous and volatile would be greatly understated. Smith has had seven offensive coordinators in seven seasons but has advanced to the NFC Championship game. Wow that is deep!  This “enamoration” with Roethlisberger began in 2004 when he was thrust into service as a rookie when Tommy Maddox was injured. After splitting their first two games, Roethlisberger led the Steelers to victory in all of the team’s 14 remaining regular season games, giving Pittsburgh a 15-1 record and making the Steelers the first AFC team ever to win 15 games. However, the Steelers lost to the eventual Super Bowl champion New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game which forever can be hailed as one of the Patriots famous “cheat sheet games.”The primary reason that I went back to the humble beginnings of Big Ben is because everyone thought it was such a big deal to have a QB who was not expected to play standing front and center on the NFL’s grandest stage. The media made such a huge deal of Ben winning 14 games, but as I looked around the league in 2011, I saw young quarterbacks like Andy Dalton of the Cincinnati Bengals and T.J. Yates of the Houston Texans thriving on the fly.  Ben’s rookie year accomplishments when viewed with hindsight do not seem as impressive as they did in 2004.I remember sitting in the press box in Baltimore the year prior to Roethlisberger gaining the starting position. David Steele, formerly of the Baltimore Sun looked over at me after Maddox had played a horrible game against the Ravens and said, “Tommy Maddox does not deserve an NFL paycheck.” That being said the position of quarterback for the Steelers more than likely would’ve been put into Big Ben’s hands eventually.  During that stretch for Maddox, the fanatics of the Steelers nation were guilty of such despicable acts as throwing bags of garbage onto his lawn. Judging by the way Roethlisberger has performed lately, injured or not, can’t you hear the diesel engines of the garbage trucks humming? Also the coaches of the Steelers may be receiving an extra “sewage surcharge” if they are not careful.It is time for Roethlisberger, Mike Tomlin, Dick LeBeau, and Bruce Arians to cut loose or exit the outhouse.I have been one of the most vocal critics of the New England Patriots and their head coach Bill Belichick after his cheating methods were discovered and exposed. That being said, Belichick is one of the most innovative, intellectual and opportunistic coaches I’ve ever seen in my 27 years of covering the NFL. He always seems to pit the strength of his team against the weakness of the opponent. The Patriots were 31st in pass defense during the 2011 season yet during their recent win over the Denver Broncos, they only allowed Denver QB Tim Tebow to complete 9 of 26 passes for 136 yards and allowed the Broncos to score a measly 10 points. Was this really the 31st ranked pass defense of the NFL?  Yet the Steelers number one passing defense allowed the Broncos to torch them for 316 yards and 29 points. How can that be? The Broncos put their weakness up against the strength of the Steelers and won, convincingly.Will the Steelers be able to evolve just as other franchises are changing right before their eyes? Probably.  Are they in danger of falling by the wayside, possibly because they are married financially to a quarterback who is having an illicit affair on them behind their back? Maybe. Is Roethlisbeger divulging secrets to Steelers opponents or Las Vegas odds-makers for ill-gotten gain? Heck no. Is he intentionally throwing picks and fumbling the ball away? I think not. His love of self is the obvious negative. Big Ben may just be having secret liaisons at questionable locations in seedy hotel rooms only with, oh gosh, himself.(Aubrey Bruce can be reached at [email protected] Bruce is also the NFL/AFC North analyst on the ‘Odd-Couple Sports Show’ streaming live on Fox Sports radio.)last_img read more

first_imgPennsylvania’s Mo’ne Davis delivers in the first inning against Tennessee during a baseball game in United States pool play at the Little League World Series tournament in South Williamsport, Pa., Friday, Aug. 15, 2014. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)The 68th Little League Baseball World Series is going on in South Williamsport right now and for the first time ever, one of them — the Taney Dragons — is from Philadelphia.The Dragons — an amazing team of 11 boys and one young lady, ranging in age from 12-13 and based out of Center City — has captured the hearts of baseball and non-baseball fans here in the Delaware Valley and throughout the world.What makes the Dragons’ World Series run the feel-good-story of the year is they are a team that no one ever thought would go this far. It’s a hardworking group of public and non-public school kids — Mo’Ne Davis, Jahi Hendricks, Joe Richardson, Kai Cummings, Zion Spearman, Jack Rice, Eli Simon, Scott Bandura, Erik Lipson, Tai Shanahan, Carter Davis and Jared Sprague-Lott — that represent the racial and ethnic mosaic that is our city.“It’s a terrific bunch and they’ve been together for years,” said Alex Rice, the team’s manager. “They are best friends. They have each other’s backs and they are enjoying playing really good baseball … Everyone is thrilled. They are excited and I’m excited for them … It is just a very unique group as far as maturity, respect for each other; respect for the game is tremendous.”In only their second season as a member of Little League baseball, the 2014 Dragons won the Pa. District 19 tournament, the Pa. Section 8 Championship, Pa. Little League title and Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship to get to the World Series. That’s a lot of baseball. If you count just the tournament, sectionals, state title and Mid-Atlantic Regional games, the Dragons went into this year’s World Series with a record of 19-2.The Dragons have already played two World Series games by the time this first weekend of play is over. Busloads and carpools of Taney parents and supporters have gone to Williamsport to see every game. The World Series is a double-elimination, which means a team must lose twice to be eliminated.When the season started back in April, Taney Youth Baseball Association officials said Rice, whose son Jack is on the team, told everyone this team would make the World Series. They must have thought he was crazy at the time, but now the manager’s dream is a reality. Winning the Little League World Series isn’t a fantasy anymore, but truly within reach.The player receiving the attention is Dragons’ star pitcher Davis. This 13-year-old with long black braids gives the phrase “throw like a girl” a different meaning with her intimidating 70 mph fastball.“If I’m pitching, I just go out and throw strikes,” Davis told ESPNW.com “They [the other teams] think I throw soft, but then they see my fastball and they get kind of scared and I just strike them out.”Baseball might not even be Davis’ best sport. She is also a star basketball player as well.Davis is the 18th girl to play in the World Series, joining Emma March of South Vancouver, British Columbia (the Canadian champions) this year. Nearly 8,800 players have competed in 67 years of World Series games leading up to this year. This year is also the 40th anniversary of girls in Little League and only the third time that two girls will play in the same Little League Baseball World Series.Taney is now in the elite class of Little League teams worldwide. That reality hit them as they arrived earlier this week at the Little League International complex in Williamsport, located in North Central Pennsylvania, a three-hour drive from Philadelphia.Gone are the team’s regular blue and white uniforms and hats, replaced by “powder blue and maroon colored” Mid-Atlantic uniform and hats, Little League Baseball and Softball spokesman Brian McClintock said. This year’s Mid-Atlantic uniforms look a lot like the uniforms the Phillies wore in the 1970s, so it is ironic that a Philadelphia team will be wearing them. The new uniforms even come with different numbers for the players (Davis will wear number 3 in the World Series; she wears number 11 on the Dragons).All of the games will be on television, meaning fans worldwide will be seeing them. Because of this, the Taney players and coaches are also dealing with a push of local, national and international media. The team even has its own Philadelphia-based PR person for the rest of its’ World Series run.Making it to the Little League World Series does have its rewards. McClintock said all transportation, lodging at Little League’s International Grove housing complex and food for players and coaches are paid for by Little League. Also all players get brand new uniforms, hats, batting gloves, bats, sunglasses and other equipment to keep for free, thanks to Little League sponsors.While it would be fantastic for Taney to come home as the champions of the Little League World Series after the final game is played August 24, they’ve made a permanent mark on Philadelphia history no matter what happens. When the team comes back home, it deserves all of the accolades that Mayor Michael Nutter and Gov. Tom Corbett can give them. They have been great ambassadors for the game of baseball, the Greater Philadelphia Region and Pennsylvania.The Dragons are allowed to stay at the Little League International complex through the Aug. 24 championship game, even if they don’t make it to the championship game. Here’s hoping the players and coaches from Taney and Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West team, an all-Black team representing the Great Lakes Region, strongly consider staying until the end to enjoy every second of this truly once-in-a-lifetime experience.No matter what happens at the World Series, this is the last season for this team of 12-13-year-old-Dragons, Taney spokesman Scott Tattar said. Kids can only play Little League ball until age 13 and they will all be over age 13 when the season starts next year.But their legacy will remain.The lasting legacy of “this team is breaking stereotypes of city kids and African-American kids playing baseball,” Manager Rice said. “They have been given the opportunity to excel and they are excelling … I think this can dramatically help not just Taney Little League but all the [youth] baseball programs in the city.”The 2014 Taney Dragons still have a long life ahead of them — middle school and junior high school starts back in September. They’ll attend high school, the prom and college. They’ll have careers, get married and have children of their own who may or may not play baseball. This World Series run will be a highlight of the player’s lives, but it will not determine their final paths in life.During this magical 2014 season, win or lose, every member of the Taney Dragon team, coaches, parents and extended family will walk together forever.Vincent Thompson is the principal at Philadelphia-based Thompson Mediaman Communications, a public relations/communications company. He is an award-winning journalist and public relations practitioner, news analyst and strategist. The opinions expressed in this column are his own and do not reflect the opinions of his company, clients or media outlets and organizations he is affiliated with. E-mail him at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter @mediamancomm.http://www.phillytrib.com/commentary/local-commentary/this-is-why-we-love-the-taney-dragons.htmllast_img read more

first_imgThe Nelson Angels came within a game of capturing the West Kootenay Minor Baseball Crown after dropping a 9-5 decision to Trail Orioles in the Heritage City.Mallard’s Source for sports would like to salute the Angels on a great season.The team includes, Coaches Hart Wintraub and Calvin Kooznetsoffand players,Drake Proctor, Seth Knudsen, Derek Kim, Ryan St. Thomas, Levi Reynolds, Connor Kooznetsoff, Christian Kooznetsoff; Brady Stocks, Owen Stanely, Cypress Thwaites and Koa Wintraub.last_img

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest World Dairy Expo is right around the corner and the deadline for dairy cattle entries is fast approaching. All entries must be submitted by midnight (CDT) on Monday, Aug. 31, 2015 to avoid late fees. Paper entries must be postmarked by that date as well. Late entries will be accepted until the day of the show at an increased rate (online late entries close Sept. 13, 2015).Entry forms are available online through the Dairy Cattle Entry System or for print on the Expo website. Additional entry information, schedule of events, rules and changes/additions can be found in the Premium book, available on the Expo website.Display booth space, end-cap display, stalling requests, discounted exhibitor passes, 2018 Futurity entries, 2016 judge nominations and Dairy Cattle Exhibitor Committee representative nomination forms can all be found on the online entry system as well. Youth fitting and showmanship contest entries may also be submitted.World Dairy Expo will be held Sept. 29 – Oct. 3, 2015 at the Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wis. with this year’s theme of “Dairy in our DNA.” WDE, recognized as the meeting place for the global dairy industry, attracts more than 70,000 attendees from more than 90 countries each year. Visit worlddairyexpo.com or follow us on Facebook and Twitter (@WDExpo or #WDE15) for more information.last_img read more

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Weekend system rain totalsContinued sunny and dry the rest of this week. A few more clouds will be around tomorrow, particularly in far NW Ohio, but they are not a threat. Then Friday starts with sun, but clouds will be building late afternoon and evening. Our next front is on track to arrive just a little sooner, and we could see precipitation before midnight Friday night. That cold front moves through the overnight Friday through early afternoon Saturday. This cold front is part of a very strong system that will pound the upper Midwest and northern plains with snow starting later today on through Friday. However, the front still looks significantly less impressive, at least where moisture is concerned, by the time it gets here. We are leaving coverage at 90% of Ohio, but putting rain totals at .1″-.7″, which is a little higher on the upper end of the range. Winds will be strong as the front comes through and on the backside.Mostly sunny, dry and cooler for Sunday. We may even see some patchy frost Sunday morning over Ohio, but the threat continues to look smaller and smaller as we move forward. Sun also dominates on Monday into early Tuesday.Later Tuesday, we see clouds increase, and then a few showers work through Ohio with another cold front.  From Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday midday we can see a few hundredths to .6″of moisture develop, with the heaviest action overnight Tuesday night and Wednesday morning in far SE Ohio. Coverage will end up being around 80% of the state.We finish the 10 day period and start the extended 11-16 day window with rain free weather. Sunny and dry conditions are in from next Wednesday afternoon through the following Monday. A new wrinkle in the extended outlook is the threat of rain and thunderstorms around Tuesday the 22nd, but rain potential has a fairly wide range at this point. We will continue to monitor that system. Then dry again behind that front for Wednesday and Thursday, the 23rd and 24th. Those days look significantly colder across the entire eastern corn belt.last_img read more

first_imgTags:#enterprise#Trends Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… Related Posts 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo…center_img As we’ve said before, consolidation is a watch-word for 2011. Every week we’re seeing acquisitions in the cloud, data analysis and enterprise social software market. We’ve already covered one of this week’s biggest announcements: RIM’s acquisition of Gist. Here are three more acquisitions worth taking note of.HP Acquires VerticaThis is likely the biggest acquisition of the week. HP announced it would purchase enterprise data warehousing vendor Vertica Monday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Last month HP killed off its previous data warehousing product line Neoview, though it had been neglecting it for some time. Some observers wrote that HP had given up on the business intelligence market. As Forrester‘s James Kobielus writes, HP is actually ramping up its enterprise data management offerings with this acquisition. DDMS2 suggests that HP should also purchase StreamBase and VoltDB and fold VoltDB into Vertica. Vertica is a columnar database, a system that some observers believe to be the future of datawarehousing. On the other hand, there are also new approaches to data warehousing such as those detailed by Colin White. We covered the significance of data warehousing consolidation last year when IBM acquired Netezza. OpenText Completes Acquisition of MetastormToday enterprise CMS vendor OpenText completed its acquisition of business process management vendor Metastorm. When the deal was first announced earlier this month, David Roe at CMS Wire speculated that OpenText will use this acquisition to incorporate Metastorm’s BPM software into its own software. OpenText’s announcement confirms that it will be using the Metastorm to deepen its own integration with Microsoft SharePoint.We’ve covered OpenText’s expansion into social software previously. Constant Contact and Bantam LiveLike the Gist acquisition and Salesforce.com’s acquisition of Etacts, Constant Contact‘s $15 million acquisition of Bantam Live shows how the social CRM space is heating up, starting with contact management. Constant Contact is a popular e-mail marketing and contact management system. Bantam is a contact management and social CRM vendor.With the social CRM marketplace crowding quickly, it’s no surprise to see established vendors purchasing younger social CRM vendors like Bantam Live and Gist.A story from Mass High Tech emphasizes the talent acquisition involved in the deal. Bantam Live CTO Henry Poydar will now be the director of engineering at Constant Contact. Constant Contact is also planning a big move to NoSQL. It’s been using Apache Cassandra for a while, but will be replacing more of its existing DB2 servers with Cassandra.Photo by Kioan IT + Project Management: A Love Affair klint finleylast_img read more

first_img“I think he’s not as powerful as advertised. He’s not heavy on the ground when he comes to pin, but he positions himself really well,” Banario, who was booted out early of World Lightweight Grand Prix following the loss, explained.“I think we’re even when it comes to jiu-jitsu. In my case I got caught in a crucifix. He has a great ground game, but it can be escaped from.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Justin Brownlee, Lamar Odom’s late 3 push Mighty Sports past Magnolia in tuneup Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants View comments SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFilipino Honorio Banario couldn’t beat unbeaten American Lowen Tynanes last Friday, but the former ONE featherweight champion knows someone who could.Banario believes ONE lightweight champion Eduard Folayang would deal Tynanes his first defeat if the two end up meeting again down the road.ADVERTISEMENT “He (Tynanes) barely landed a punch on the feet. Should he fight Eduard Folayang again we must focus on wrestling defense,” Banario said. “He’s the same fighter who fought Folayang in 2012. He’s excellent, but may have already reached his full potential.”Tynanes stopped Folayang by TKO in the opening round back in 2012.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsBut Banario thinks the result will be different if Folayang and Tynanes figure in a rematch.Banario also took a first-round defeat to Tynanes last Friday in ONE: Hero’s Ascent at Mall of Asia Arena but he saw some things that could be exploited. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting MOST READ LATEST STORIESlast_img read more