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Tibaldo: Watersheds, eco parks and nearby places of interests
BAGUIO City and nearby areas, such as La Trinidad and Tuba of Benguet, have interesting places that one go, walk through and spend a few moments not only for a breather but enjoy the scenes and commune with nature. I ...
From 309 days ago
Tibaldo: Cordillera rivers in review
MY ZODIAC sign is cancer and I wonder if it has something to do with my interest in swimming. One of the things that I enjoyed doing as a child was getting into bodies of water like springs, creeks and ...
From 316 days ago
Tibaldo: Of tales, legends, and bedtime stories
I ONCE heard of a legend popular among the locals of Northern Benguet and uplands of Ilocos Sur. Up in the highlands of Bakun, Benguet with an elevation of about 1,400 meters above sea level, there is a mountain called ...
From 323 days ago
Tibaldo: Remembering the evils of war through a peace memorial
I COVERED and documented the 50th Anniversary of the end of World War II with the theme of “Never Again” in 1995. I was then with the Philippine Information Agency and my wife who was the youngest regional agency head ...
From 330 days ago
Tibaldo: Reminiscing Kennon Road's past
COMING home to Baguio on a Dangwa Tranco during my travels as a Manila student back in the late '70s and early '80s, I knew that we were already along the stretch of Kennon Road when I feel the and ...
From 337 days ago
Tibaldo: What's old and what's new in this time of the pandemic
IN RECENT times, I haven't heard the words "baduy and old fashioned." I recall the days when city life was more of modernity and branding than anything else and people then would consider you "barriotic" which is short of saying ...
From 344 days ago
Tibaldo: Baguio arts scene then and now
THE first art gallery in Baguio that I recall seeing as a young aspiring artist was that of Efren Chaves' Baguio Art Gallery at the and corner of lower A. Mabini St. and Carantes St. It was actually a makeshift ...
From 351 days ago
Tibaldo: Strutting 'Staying Alive' amidst the pandemic
I'M not much of a book reader but I learned about the epic Iliad and Odyssey by Homer from the narratives of my college Literature teacher and from the movie Ulysses that starred Kirk Douglas.There are scenes or plots ...
From 358 days ago
Tibaldo: Baguio, an intelligent or smart city?
EXCEPT for the often erratic interconnectivity and undelivered free internet services in parks and public places, the much thought of instrument landing system (ILS) for zero visibility at the Loakan Airfield and the modular parking system at the central business ...
From 365 days ago
Tibaldo: The 2020 Ibagiw Creative Festival
THE third staging of the Baguio Creative City Festival 2020 this November is all systems go but with certain adaptations that conform to the new normal. This creative event, according to its new set of organizers, will attempt to blend ...
From 372 days ago