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Superal fumbles with 73, slips to 3rd

Saturday, 25 October 2014 00:00 Published in Sports

Princess Superal reeled back with a three-over 73 and fell three strokes behind Czech Simon Zach after two rounds of the 18th Faldo Series Grand Final at the Greenbrier's Old White TPC in West Virginia Thursday.
The reigning US Girls Junior champion failed to sustain her impressive opening 69 and fumbled with two bogeys in the first three holes, birdied No. 7 but dropped another stroke on the next and missing the 15th green for another bogey.
Her 142 total dropped her to third in the overall race for the coveted Faldo Series Champion's Trophy, which includes the boys with Zach matching par 70 for a 139 and a one-stroke lead over American Zachary Bouchou, who had a 140 after a 71.
Despite slipping in the overall race, the top ICTSI-backed bet Superal gained a two-shot lead in the girls' Under-21 section with American Megan Khang taking the challenger's role at 144 after a fiery 68. Czech Marie Lunachkova carded a 72 for third at 146.
Pauline del Rosario, Superal's teammate at ICTSI stable and in the national team that won the recent Santi Cup in Brunei, all but wrapped up the girls' U-16 crown with a 145 after a 74, posting a 10-shot lead over Scot Shannon McWilliam, who skied to an 81 for a 155. Lucy Walton of England pooled a 158 after an 81.
Del Rosario hit two birdies on Nos. 9 and 12 but bogeyed Nos. 6, 7, 11 and 18 and made a double-bogey on No. 15.
The 83-player field from 20 countries have been divided into five age-groups with the top three boys and two girls after 54 holes to each receive a trophy and an exemption into the Asia Grand Final at Mission Hills Golf Club in China next March. The leading boy and girl will also be invited to play in a professional Tour event and the title of Faldo Series Champion will go to the player with the lowest gross score, regardless of age or gender.

Dining options

Saturday, 25 October 2014 00:00 Published in Life Style

Feast of the herbs at Phoenix Court
A common ingredient among many Asian and Filipino dishes, herbs take on the center stage as Phoenix Court, the top-notch fine-dining Chinese restaurant of The Bellevue Manila, offers its very own Herbal Special until Oct. 28. Tickle your taste buds with tempting, healthy and wonderful dishes such as steamed chicken egg with wolfberries and Shashen sauteed prawn ball meat with ginseng. Indulge yourself in a delicious feast of herbal flavors only at The Bellevue Manila, the premiere five-star hotel in the southern metro. For inquiries, contact The Bellevue at 771-8181, 0917-8718181, 0918-8718181 or log on to www.thebellevue.com.      

KFC’S breakfast buffet is back!
Didn’t get to try KFC’s Breakfast Buffet last July? You just got lucky because KFC is giving you a second chance! KFC is bringing back the popular breakfast buffet for the whole family to enjoy beginning Oct. 11. This time, new seven branches will get to offer this amazing deal — unlimited KFC breakfast food and now with unlimited drinks for only P230 per person.
KFC, with their A.M. Breakfast Campaign, encourages families to rest and catch up with each other after a long busy work week. The KFC Breakfast Buffet is available all weekends until Nov. 2, from 7:30 to 10 a.m. The whole family can catch up and bond over food with unlimited servings of Jr. chocolate chip pancake, hashbrown, AM steak, tocino, longganisa, chicken fillet, egg, coffee, hot chocolate, juice and more! Participating KFC Breakfast Stores include branches in Metropolitan Park, Araneta, Boni Barangka, Kalentong, Shopwise Imus, Las Pinas and Fatima.  
For more information about the KFC Breakfast Buffet and how to purchase your tickets ahead, you may visit bit.ly/kfcbreakfastbuffet.

Margarita madness
October is not just for Oktoberfest. Chili’s celebrates the entire month with the return of their Margarita Madness! Have their famous bottomless frozen and flavored margaritas for only P300.
If you want a robust and refreshing mix, go for Chili’s Top Shelf Margarita. But if you want your drink fun and fruity, you can’t go wrong with the flavored margaritas in mango, strawberry, or a mango-strawberry combo. Whatever drink you choose, you’ll get nonstop refills on your order. Margarita Madness is happening now until Oct. 31 at all Chili’s branches in Greenbelt 5, Makati City (729-3022); Tomas Morato, Quezon City (372-5017); Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa City (846-2647); Greenhills, San Juan City (727-2959); Power Plant Mall, Rockwell, Makati City (659-6527); and Mega Atrium, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City (631-0380).

Revel in style
Dusit Thani Manila offers a host of spirited activities and unique promos that are sure to excite and captivate you throughout your entire stay. Live a little, enjoy life at Dusit Thani Manila this October.
Award-winning Umu Japanese Restaurant dishes out mouthwatering concoctions to make your dining experience even more memorable. Let the unique flavors of luxurious lobster tail tantalize your buds with the lobster tail teppanyaki  or lobster tempura priced at P1,200 net, available for lunch and dinner until end of October.
Signature restaurant Benjarong Royal Thai Restaurant is as close to bona fide Thai cuisine as you can get when in Manila. From Oct. 15 to 31, the seafood highlight is kingfish, served two ways: pla phad pong karee, a tasty combination of stir-fried kingfish with curry powder; and pla phad nam phrik pao, stir-fried kingfish with vegetables and roasted chili, priced at P900 net.
Tosca Italian restaurant allows you to savour Italy’s famous rice dish, risotto. Choose from amongst the four a la carte dishes prepared by Italian chef Maurizio Gibillini: risotto alla Milanese, risotto quattro formaggi, risotto Nero, anzio with vongole.
For inquiries and reservations, call +63 (2) 238 8888, or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Carvery and barbeque lunch at Café d’Asie
Enjoy a delectable midday treat with family and friends as Café d’Asie, the prime dining outlet of The Bellevue Manila, offers its very own carvery and barbeque lunch every Monday to Thursday of October. Grab a bite of this lunchfest’s main dish, the prime roast beef — all coaxed by juice and flavors — that will surely have you wanting for more. Have a mouthwatering meal of roasts only at The Bellevue Manila, the premiere five-star hotel in the southern etro. For inquiries, contact The Bellevue at 771-8181, 0917-8718181, 0918-8718181 or log on to www.thebellevue.com.  

Fostering creativity in GMA employees

Saturday, 25 October 2014 00:00 Published in Life Style

Kapuso actress-host Heart Evangelista, Philippines' Pop Diva Kuh Ledesma and visual artist Nemesio "Nemi" Miranda lent their time and creative know-how while serving as the panel of judges in GMA Network's Art Gap Open 2014: GMA through the Decades.
Fostering the spirit of Kapuso creativity and innovation, GMA Art Gap Open is an annual art competition for network employees to explore and express their artistic abilities outside the workplace through various media such as paintings, sculpture and photography.
This year's contest featured a group painting competition highlighting the colorful history of the Kapuso Network with the theme "GMA through the Decades." Each group was given a decade to interpret, beginning from the 1950s, when GMA was founded, until the present time.
Further adding prestige to the event was the participation of select Angono artists who served as mentors for each group. Angono, Rizal, widely recognized as the "art capital of the Philippines," is home to prominent figures such as Carlos "Botong" Francisco, National Artist for the visual arts and Lucio San Pedro, National Artist for music.
After two successful solo art exhibits this year, Kapuso star and budding artist Heart Evangelista is no stranger to exploring her creative side. Venturing outside the realm of show business, Heart was encouraged to rediscover her passion for painting which had bloomed in her early years. On judging the competition, the Startalk host says, "It is great that GMA encourages their employees to develop their creativity. These contestants are very gifted people and it is an honor to be asked to judge this competition."
As an art enthusiast and painter, Kapuso actress and recording artist Kuh Ledesma was likewise pleased to be chosen as a judge for the competition. "The skill displayed by the artists in this contest was very impressive. It was also interesting to see their interpretations of GMA's history," says Kuh, who was recently seen in the romantic drama My Destiny and is featured as one of the celebrity guest judges on GMA's newest reality talent search, Bet Ng Bayan.
For painter, sculptor and muralist Nemi Miranda, the artworks showed promise, saying that it was "a good start." Known for his "imaginative figurism" art philosophy which entails the recreation of reality from memory as opposed to having a model, Miranda's works include the Edsa Shrine mural and the mural relief sculpture on the parade grounds of Fort Bonifacio.
The winners of the Art Gap Open 2014 competition were announced during GMA Network's General Assembly last Oct. 16 with GMA Network chairman and CEO Felipe L. Gozon leading the awarding ceremony.
 First place went to the Post Production Department for their painting on the '70s while the Program Support Department won second place for their interpretation of the '80s. Another group from the Program Support department also garnered third place for their rendition of the years spanning 2011 to 2014, while the People's Choice Award, tabulated from votes sent in by Kapuso employees, was conferred upon the artists from the Engineering Group who depicted the ‘50s. The winning groups were each awarded with a cash prize and a certificate.

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