Category Archives: Nostalgia

TBT: Fitness model

These two (Angela and Art) will always be my idol when it comes to losing weight and fitness goals. I used to watch them on TV when they participated the Biggest Loser Philippine Edition. A couple of years later I had the opportunity to meet them at our CrossFit session at the CrossFit Bonifacio Global City in Taguig….

Remembering Our Loved Ones (On All Soul’s Day)

We all have loved ones who have gone before us and though we remember them most of the time or if the feelings are still fresh, almost every second of the day, you do know that there is one day wherein you can show them your reverence and love and that is on All Soul’s…

Rainmakers: The men behind the jingles

The Rainmakers – Joel Macanaya, Luke Gaston, *yours truly, Joseph Lansang. Mon Villanueva was not present during the interview. I had a little chat with this group sometime in March 2001 for an election-related assignment. The group, who popularized the ballad “Binibini” in the 70’s, was active in doing (writing and performing) political campaign jingles…

The first wave of Filipino migration to Hawaii

I feel a little nostalgic today so I’m reposting one of my old entries about my great granddad. I found out that my great-grandfather, Julio Lauriaga, was part of the first wave of Filipino immigrants to Hawaii. Proof of this was the site I found through Facebook which helps one find his relatives who may…

Time

I usually hear this song (Time by Alan Parsons Project) on weekends when my favorite radio station plays old songs. I hum the song even if I don’t know the lyrics and the singer. Last night I heard the song again while reading some stuff online. I decided to check YouTube and found this video…