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Rianne and Philip Wedding: Shot with GoPro bridal bouquet

We turned Sept. 21 into a wonderful day, filmed via a GoPro bridal bouquet. Like many close friends know, we turned Sept. 21 from a dark day in Philippine history marking the announcement of Martial Law in 1972 to a wonderful day in our lives during our wedding in 2014. I opted not to post a celebratory message from last week because I would like to be one with our fellow Filipinos — grieving, protesting — facing another dark time in

The D Las Vegas: A bride-to-be’s destination

Girls looking for a memorable evening of drinks, dares, and debauchery to celebrate a woman's "final night of freedom” can check out the special deals available at The D Las Vegas. A bachelorette party hotspot, this sleek casino hotel makes it a breeze to plan out an awesome, yet affordable treat through a personalized itinerary that includes delectable meals, show tickets, sinful adventure treats, among other Las Vegas-style offerings. Reservations Anyone who wants to make initial inquiries about The D's more detailed offerings

‘Corpse Bride’ Film Review: A charming grave fairy tale

This Tim Burton offering presents a morbid and romantic trip between the cold dwelling of the living and the colorful underground world of the dead. Behind its eerie theme, Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" presents a morbid and romantic trip between the cold dwelling place of the living and the colorful underground realm of the dead. Fun, genial, expressive, and charming, this semi-musical stop-motion piece is set at death's door, saluting the liberating power of true love and sacrifice. The story revolves around

‘Wedding Crashers’ Film Review: Wedding galore

The Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn tandem in “The Wedding Crashers” is pretty much your average, formulaic, and escapist comedy — keeping the humor and the light story rolling like crazy as the various characters' quirkiness get explored along the way. It may have some flaws in story and characterization, but it gives a working cheesy definition of love for the record: "Love is the soul's recognition of its counterpart on another." This flick features John Beckwith (Owen Wilson) and Jeremy Klein

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