Monthly Archives: January 2018

BLOG: Ice Castles Glitter and it was a great time

  For   Winnipeggers,   the sight of ice and snow is a thing that is not new and  you will never miss.  But still, the glowing and glittering  built  and carved ice palaces still attract. Ice Castle — a winter attraction 

Posted in All Stories, Donna Natividad-Arenas

WORLD: Philippines’ Mayon volcano spews fountains of red-hot lava and ash plumes

Authorities in the Philippines are warning people to stay clear of the volatile Mount Mayon volcano after multiple eruptions overnight spread lava and ash for kilometers. Up to 56,000 villagers fled to safety as the Philippines’ most active volcano erupted. It

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ENTERTAINMENT: Maine Mendoza, first Pinay to create lipstick with MAC

A lipstick created by Phenomenal star Maine Mendoza will soon be available. Maine Mendoza  on Friday officially announced her collaboration with coveted global makeup brand MAC Cosmetics. Maine is one of 12 beauty influencers invited to the MAC Colour Headquarters

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WORLD: Minister for Loneliness created in United Kingdom

The United Kingdom  has appointed a  MINISTER OF LONELINESS   to deal with what Prime Minister Theresa May called “the sad reality of modern life” for too many people. Last year, a British commission found that nearly nine million people in

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True beauty never fades

  Just recently  TV journalist Korina Sanchez bares new look as  the newest  endorser for a popular  beauty clinic  in the Philipines.  The seasoned  journalist who has always been  admired to sport a beautiful face on TV  is shown  in

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Winnipeg surgeries postponed because of flu

Roughly 80 non-urgent surgeries will be cancelled this week Winnipeg hospitals are cancelling dozens of surgeries this week to make room on the wards for patients sick with the flu. The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority announced late Monday that roughly

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Ice Castles at The Forks open today

Winnipeggers will be able to walk through the glowing, frosty passages of palaces made almost entirely of ice starting today, Jan 5 up to March 3, 2018. In November, Utah-based company Ice Castles announced it would be coming to Winnipeg

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