FlipBooth - The Pinoy Youtube - Free Pinoy 24 TV Videos And Channel Site

The Pinoy Youtube - Free Pinoy 24 TV Videos And Channel Site

Follow us in Twitter Find us in Facebook  



Be the first to test out our newest site: Awitin - Pinoy Musics @ http://www.awitin.com


 

May Isang Pangarap May 2, 2013 Episode Replay

Tags : Isang Pangarap 2 2013 Episode

This content requires JavaScript and Macromedia Flash Player 7 or higher. Get Flash

Share Video Flag this video as inappopriate Report BROKEN video


Reason:
Additional Informations:
To (seperate emails by commas)
Personal Message (optional)
May Isang Pangarap May 2, 2013 Episode Replay
FlipBooth's Details
Joined:Jul 19, 2009
Friends:0
by : FlipBooth on May 2, 2013
Categories: Pinoy Vids   
Views : 116
Comments :0
Duration: 30:00

Video Description for May Isang Pangarap May 2, 2013 Episode Replay

May Isang Pangarap May 2, 2013 Episode Replay
ABS-CBN via its upcoming Primetime Bida drama series titled “May Isang Pangarap” launches its newest child wonders--eight-year-olds Larah Claire Sabroso of Davao City and Julia Klarisse Base of Manila, who are set to touch TV viewers’ hearts through their inspiring journey to stardom. The two girls were both discovered from the Kapamilya Network’s nationwide talent search “Kapamilya Little Star” held last 2012. “May Isang Pangarap” tells also the story of the Larah and Julia’s supportive mothers who will be portrayed by Carmina Villarroel and Vina Morales, respectively. Also featured in the series are Rico Blanco, Erin Ocampo, Dominique Roque, Bembol Roco, Shamaine Buencamino, Dennis Padilla, Gloria Diaz, Valerie Concepcion and Ron Morales. It is under the direction of Jerry Lopez Sineneng. Brought to you by FlipBooth - The Pinoy Style Youtube

Brought to you by http://www.flipbooth.com - FlipBooth - Free Pinoy 24 TV
May Isang Pangarap May 2, 2013 Episode Replay

Having problems with the video? Read the FAQ.


Comments
Add Comment



News Report:


NBA: Decision on Pacers' Vogel rests with Larry Bird

Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel, despite a 56-win season that secured the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference, is "coaching for his job," ESPN.com reported Wednesday.

Following Indiana's 101-85 triumph over Atlanta in Game 2 of the teams' first-round playoff series, sources told ESPN.com that coming back to win the series against the Hawks would not automatically guarantee Vogel's job.
 
The Pacers got off to a 40-11 start, but then went just 16-15 the rest of the way before a loss in the series opener to the eighth-seeded Hawks.
 
The decision on whether to retain Vogel at season's end will rest with Pacers president Larry Bird.
 
Bird made in-season moves to acquire forward Evan Turner from Philadelphia and add center Andrew Bynum for bench depth on top of last summer's additions of forward Luis Scola and point guard C.J. Watson, The moves were made to get the Pacers closer to return to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2000, when Bird was the coach.
 
There are reports of fighting among teammates.
 
ESPN.com sources confirmed a Yahoo! Sports report that Turner and guard Lance Stephenson got into a practice-floor fight on the eve of Game 1 against Atlanta. Sources told ESPN.com it wasn't the first time in recent weeks that Stephenson has clashed with a teammate.
 
ESPN.com also reported that Stephenson and guard George Hill had to be separated on the bench during a 26-point home loss to San Antonio on March 31.
 
Questions about Vogel's job security began in March after Bird told The Indianapolis Star that he has been disappointed at times this season.
 
"A lot of times, we don't take the fight to (the opponent)," Bird told the newspaper on March 11. "A lot of times we sit back and wait and see how it goes. And that was the case even when we were winning a lot of games early in the season. We've got to be mentally prepared to really go after the teams we're playing against. We can't have the mindset it's just another game; it's a very important game. All of them are.
 
"I'm sort of going to Frank's side because he's had so much success by staying positive. We do have to stay the course. But I also think he's got to start going after guys when they're not doing what they're supposed to do. And stay on them, whether you've got to take them out of the game when they're not doing what they're supposed to do, or limit their minutes. I will say, he hasn't done that enough."
 
During the last week of the regular season, Bird told local ABC affiliate WRTV-6 that "I back Frank 100 percent."
 
Vogel received a two-year contract extension during the 2012-13 season that has him under contract through next year.  — Reuters





Buy Ads Directly on this website


Subscribe To FlipBooth
Url
Twitt This Add To Facebook Add To Blinklist Add To Technorati Add To Del.icio.us Digg This Video Add To Reddit Stubmle This Video



Related Videos