Saturday, February 28, 2015

#RunPH - 7Eleven Run 1500

After the successful Run 800 in 2013 and Run 1000 in 2014, 7-Eleven will be holding Run 1500 this coming March 15, 2015 in anticipation of opening its 1,500th store in the Philippines in 2015.

Run 1500 promises to be bigger and better, featuring new categories as well as new venue partners, Skyway and Filinvest City. Now a full marathon, the race now includes a 42KM category, a 10KM buddy run and a 500M fun run for kids.

Runners joining the 10KM, 16KM, 21KM, 42KM categories and 10KM Buddy Run will enjoy the course set along the Skyway. Those joining the 500M, 3KM and 5KM categories can look forward to an organized race course along Filinvest City.

Run 1500 is made possible with 7-Eleven’s unique system of SELF-SELECTED WAVE STARTS. This enables the participants to choose their wave start and run with people with the same skill or speed (or with friends!).



Top 3 per category will receive cash prizes and medals. Top 3 Filipino males and females in the 21KM and 42KM categories will be sponsored by 7-Eleven to join the Laguna Phuket International Marathon in Thailand.

To join, register online at http://www.run711.com/ and pay the fees at any 7-Eleven store within 24 hours. Race Kits can be claimed on the date indicated on the receipt, and from the same store where payment has been made.

Registration Fees:
500m – P400
3KM – P500
5KM – P600
10KM – P700
10KM (Buddy) – P500 (Each)
16KM – P800
21KM – P1000
42KM – P1,500

Singlet Designs:


Medal Designs:


Finisher's Shirt:


Additional Information:
  • Race kits will be available starting February 2015. Race kits will be delivered to the store where you paid.
  • To claim your race kits, you need to present your registration receipt and a valid ID.
  • KIT CONTENTS: (1)Singlet, (2)Race Bib with Built-in Timing chip, (3)Stubs for Drink, Bag, and Finisher’s Shirt (on the Race Bib)
  • Singlet size availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. No replacement for lost or change size accepted.
  • Claim Race Kits at the same store where they paid. Claim date is indicated on the receipt
  • Receipts must be presented in claiming the Race Kits or bring a valid ID with picture.
  • No claiming of Race Kits at the venue.


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Thursday, February 26, 2015

#TheaterPH - Usapang X - Relatable and Hilarious!

A taboo is a vehement prohibition of an action based on the belief that such behavior is either too sacred or too accursed for ordinary individuals to undertake, under threat of supernatural punishment. Such prohibitions are present in virtually all societies. The word has been somewhat expanded in the social sciences to strong prohibitions relating to any area of human activity or custom that is sacred or forbidden based on moral judgment and religious beliefs. Breaking a taboo" is usually considered objectionable by society in general, not merely a subset of a culture. – Wikipedia

FEU Theater Guild's Curtain Call for Usapang X


Usapang X, a play, is a Far Eastern University Theater Guild production written and directed by Dudz Teraña. It is a UP Curtain Call Award-winning piece which is humorous and has a refreshing view of what real people do inside the comfort of their bathrooms. Tackling topics ranging from homosexuality to cheating, Usapang X will make you feel the pressures of society and make you realize that maybe the toilet is the only place to escape that.

I was lucky enough to watch it as part of #FringeMNL Arts Festival. SDA Black Box Theater was full house for its February 23, 8pm show. Some of the audience were requested to sit on the floor just to accommodate them. Base on my research, Usapang X is one of the most controversial plays that FEU Theater Guild has been staged. No wonder why it has been tagged as such after watching the whole presentation.



I am impressed with how these young actors and actresses portrayed each scene given them very delicate topics. Thank you to the ever genius Dudz Teraña for voicing out and sharing his perspective to everyone. Although some of the scenes were predictable, the writer uses it as its advantage making the piece more relatable.  I was laughing my ass off most of the time. Commendation goes to performers on these scenes:

1. Letter of Reactions with textmate
2. Tikbalang, Duwende, 10-20
3. Student Council
4. Single Pa Din
5. Good Day Restaurant
6. Kainin ang Saging

Sharing you some of the photos grabbed from others who watch the show:








This will make sense of course after you watch Usapang X. So if you haven’t seen it, you MUST! For those who already did, what’s your favorite scene?


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