‘Jurassic Park’ Kids Joe Mazzello, Ariana Richards Open to Returning For ‘Jurassic World 3′

The former child actors from the 1990s classic Jurassic Park are open to coming back for the upcoming movie Jurassic World 3. Sources say that Joe Mazzello and Ariana Richards, who played the grandkids of the creator of the theme park in the movie released some 26 years ago, would be willing to have a cameo or more if they would be asked to become part of the third movie with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

Tony Lascuna does a body language as he watches his birdie putt drop on No. 12

Lascuña forces three-way tie at TPGA Open

Lascuña spiked his scorching game with a five-birdie binge from No. 9 and highlighted it with a couple of putts from 25 feet out to complete a sterling 33-31 round he actually launched with a missed green bogey on the opening hole.

PSC Chairman William 'Butch' Ramirez led the Team Philippines Chef de Mission Coaches' Meeting yesterday at the Multi-Purpose Arena, PhilSports Complex, Pasig City.

PSC ready to release funds to POC for SEAG equipment

As provided for in the tripartite agreement signed by PSC, the POC and the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC), the PSC is ready to transfer said funds to the POC after PHISGOC finalized and submitted their master list of competition equipment requirements for the Games. This will come from the P5 Billion earmarked for the SEA Games.

Myla Pablo of Motolite (PVL photo)

PVL: Motolite, BanKo-Perlas clash in key duel

Motolite bucked the absence of injured top hitter Myla Pablo and re-grouped in the decider to pull off a tough 25-16, 25-21, 19-25, 29-31, 19-17 decision in their first round elims clash with BanKo Perlas last Sept. 11. Motolite would win two of its next three games without the former National U star to firm up its semis bid with a 7-3 slate for third.

Contract signing participants (right to left) Cainta Mayor Johnielle Kieth Nieto, Former DOH Undersecretary and Mag -Pinggang-Pinoy® Tayo! 2019 Technical Working Group (TWG) Chairman Dr. Ethelyn Nieto, DOH CALABARZON Division Chief Dr. Noel Pasion, FNRI Science Research Specialist Ms. Jovina Sandoval, and APC Group President Tsutomu Nara. Also present are Technical Working Group Committee members (standing from right to left) Cainta Municipal Health Officer Dr. Edgardo Gonzaga, Nutritionist- Dietitian Ms. Fely Velandria, RND, MSc., Ajinomoto Director Mr. Andrew Ong and Health Marketing Specialist Mr. Joevin Eusebio.

Cainta embraces Mag-PinggangPinoy Tayo! Program

The ceremonial contract signing held last September 20, 2019 at Cainta Elementary School was graced by former DOH Undersecretary and Mag -Pinggang-Pinoy Tayo! 2019 Technical Working Group (TWG) Chairman Dr. Ethelyn P. Nieto, Cainta Mayor JohnielleKieth Nieto, Cainta Vice Mayor Ace Bernardo Servillon, DOH CALABARZON Division Chief Dr. Noel Pasion, FNRI Science Research Specialist II Ms. Jovina B. Sandoval, and APC Group President Tsutomu Nara.

Manny Pacquiao and Jinkee Pacquiao (MPBL photo)

Pacquiao leads MPBL selection vs Dubai All Stars

Reeling from five straight defeats that pulled them down to a 3-11 record, the Imus Bandera are hoping the fatigue factor will catch up on the Batangas Athletics, who played against the Davao Occidental Tigers on Friday, in their game set to start at 8:30 p.m. (12:30 a.m. Sunday, Philippine time). #MPBL

Students from Manila, Bacolod, Dumaguete lead the charge against fossil fuels

Campus-led events mark end of #GlobalClimateStrike week

“Based on the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, we have less than 11 years to avert catastrophic climate change. We already know the consequences of this worsening climate crisis, and we can no longer put off ending the age of coal, one of the leading sources of our country’s GHG emissions,” said Atty. Avril de Torres of the Ecological Justice League of Youth Leaders (EJL), who organized the campus event.

Raymond Almazan of the Meraclo Bolts (PBA Images)

PBA: Almazan is Player of the Week

Almazan helped the Bolts rally back from a 16-point deficit by hitting the go-ahead three-pointer in a 98-92 win over defending PBA Governors Cup champion Magnolia Hotshots.