Category: Manila

WTTC Confirms Global Summit in Manila Will take Place in March 2022 – Travel Agent

WTTC Confirms Global Summit in Manila Will take Place in March 2022  Travel Agent…

Photo Essay: Bangkok During The Pandemic – Live and Let’s Fly

Bangkok is one of my favorite cities, for many reasons. I love the kind people, the delicious food, and the affordability. Your dollar goes far in Bangkok and during my recent trip I was happy to see a renaissance beginning in a city and nation that was largely shut down for so long. This photo essay captures Bangkok during the pandemic, a moment in time in which the hustle and…

May 2021 Recap: David Ellefson Scandal, Rock Hall Inductees

May 2021 offered plenty of ups and downs in what was already a rollercoaster year. Highlights included a return to touring for many, as optimism regarding the COVID pandemic prevailed in the early summer months. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame also announced its class of 2021, giving fans a new group of worthy artists to celebrate, while once again spurring arguments over those acts who have not yet…

Where to Dine Out in Houston on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2021

Serving everything from sumptuous multi-course meals to Christmas Day steaks, noodles and pasta, these Houston restaurants are open for dining on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day. Christmas Eve a’Bouzy, 2300 Westheimer The bubbly-popping spot will offer a special Christmas Eve brunch from 10 a.m, to 3 p.m. and dinner from 3 to 10 p.m. Reservations are encouraged.The Annie Café & Bar, 1800 Post OakScore reservations for Christmas Eve brunch or…

Blindedbysound 801 – Blinded By Sound

Blindedbysound 801  Blinded By Sound…

Woods rules out ‘full-time’ return to golf

Agence France-Presse November 30, 2021 | 9:47am In this file photo taken on April 14, 2019, American golfer Tiger Woods celebrates after sinking his putt on the 18th green to win during the final round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images North America / AFP LOS ANGELES – Tiger Woods has ruled out making a full-time return to professional…

June Millington: Buddhist, Rockstar, and Pioneer

When June Millington and her sister, Jean, first began singing and performing music in their early teens, they never thought they would one day become part of one of the leading all-female rock bands of the very masculine 1970s music scene, let alone the the first all-female rock band to release an album with a major American record label. “It was like being in our own club,” Millington, now 73,…

11 Vegan Mexican Candies and Treats You Need to Try 

Across the United States, candy is often synonymous with “sweet.” Chewy Airheads, sweet-and-tart Smarties, and strawberry licorice twists are guaranteed to satisfy the inevitable midday sugar craving. Even accidentally vegan Sour Patch Kids promises a kick of sweetness after its signature sour flavor melts away. Despite the prevalence of sugary treats in the US, a visit to our southern neighbor quickly reveals that candy doesn’t always have to equal sweet. …

Update: My Hong Kong Transit Dilemma – Live and Let’s Fly

I left you hanging and owe you an update. No, I did not decide to chance it and instead cancelled my trip from Hong Kong to London due to my transit dilemma. But that has left me with another dilemma on my hands. When even Danny Lee of the South China Morning Post warmed me not to attempt the trip, I knew it would have been foolishness (at best) and…

Openings and Closings: Alba at Granduca, The Palm Downtown

Alba Ristorante, 1080 Uptown Park Boulevard, opens October 2 for dinner at the Hotel Granduca, in time for the hotel’s 15th anniversary celebrations. The hotel’s owner and developer, Giorgio Borlenghi, brought in designer Kara Childress to redesign the restaurant space, creating an intimate dining room and cozy champagne bar that carries out the elegant Italian design elements seen throughout the hotel itself. Those elements include a bar and doors from…

Best Rooftop Dining 2021

NW Second Avenue in Wynwood is known for its eye-popping murals, selfie-obsessed pedestrians, and all-around chaos, but some of the juiciest and most flavorful jerk chicken and oxtail in the city can be found in an inconspicuous eatery just a block north of the hustle-bustle, where a headless mannequin painted in the colors and pattern of the Jamaican flag marks the entrance. Ian Curtis, AKA Chef Slim, runs the kitchen,…

Homing’s In, Going Out, June 4-11, 2021

As we continue into Pride month, let’s indulge in LGBT-specific arts, nightlife and community events, while also considering our straight allies’ goings-on, if they behave. ARTSDANCE, OPERA, THEATREAfroSolo Arts FestivalStreaming performances of ‘Black Men: Embracing Our Light,’ June 9-13, and ‘Courage Unde Fire: The Liberation of Elroy,’ June 17-20. Free on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/user/AfroSoloTV/featured Alvin Ailey American Dance TheatreCal Performances presents the world premiere of Jamar Roberts’ Holding Space, streaming June…