In a token of appreciation to his fans in Los Angeles, Manny Pacquiao gave away 500 turkeys in a park in Historic Filipinotown. Enjoy the photos!
Update: Someone posted a short video of the event Youtube.
I’m not a fan of kicking a dead horse when it is down. It’s just a mean thing to do.
HOWEVER, there was one question people kept asking me when I was at FPAC, “Do you know how Pinoyfest went?”
So for all of you that were curious, someone that goes by the name “A Very Opinionated Pinoy Dude” took one for the team and went to Pinoyfest with a video camera.
I just have a few more things to say and I promise to stop with the Pinoyfest stuff.
I am super tired right now. I just spent two days at FPAC. The top of my scalp is burnt, my flat feet hurt and I really want to just sleep.
But I owe it to all the cool people that had such nice things to say about PinoyLife.com at the festival to muster up the strength to crank out the FPAC recap. I just downed my medication for high blood pressure and the pill to lower cholesterol so I’m in a whole world of fun right now.
Here’s the recap!
FPAC is this weekend (September 6 and 7) and there’s quite a bit to see so here are some of the Pinoylife recommendations (i.e. people I know that are performing). I apologize that I wasn’t able to put the times and stages where each act would be performing but you can thank the FPAC web team for not doing proper QA on their site.
I know, I know. It’s just a local Los Angeles show on KSCI channel 18 on the UHF dial. But man, Janelle So really started throwin’ it down on two of the rocket scientists behind Pinoyfest on the show Kababayan L.A. Check around the 3 minute mark when she mentions this uber Pinoy Pop Culture blog.
Thanks for the plug Janelle! See you at FPAC!
This year we are forced to make a decision. No, not McCain or Obama. Not even Jabbawockeez or Super Cr3w. Southern Cali Pinoys get to choose between TWO Filipino festivals from on the weekend of September 6 and 7. Which one should you go to?