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Kadayawan 2021 winners
KADAYAWAN at home. It’s not all bad, it’s the safest and most comfortable. True, the spirit of the festival is best experienced on the streets -- be part of the grand spectacle, dance with the Indak-indak sa Dalan performers under ...
From 55 days ago
The Kadayawan Festival and the 11 tribes of Davao
YOU do know where the Kadayawan Festival was named after, am I right? It’s from the friendly Dabawenyo greeting, “madayaw,” which means good, beautiful. The annual August revelry used to be known as “Apo Duwaling,” which was first celebrated in ...
From 69 days ago
To be or not to be…
A ZOMBIE.I have every reason to be paranoid. Covid hit home. Four siblings got infected, one was hospitalized, a nephew and niece tested positive and worse, a first cousin passed away. This is why I am pro vaccine. It’s protection. ...
From 97 days ago
All about dad
CHEERS to the man of the house! Father’s Day is his time to get extra attention. What are your plans on spoiling him?Cook for him or he cooks for the family?Whipping up his favorite dish might get him to grin ...
From 125 days ago
Happening this Philippine Eagle Week 2021
PANDEMIC or not, helping save the Philippine Eagle survive is helping ourselves. This is what the 2021 Philippine Eagle Week (PEW) is emphasizing. The Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) firmly believes that our wellbeing is inextricably linked with the health of ...
From 139 days ago
Moms in her kitchen (and her recipes, too), Part 2
PERSONAL favorites, family hits, heritage recipes. Before a recipe enters the heritage status, the process starts with a dish becoming a personal favorite. If it becomes a hit on the palates of family and friends, the ball -- or the ...
From 153 days ago
Mom in her kitchen (and her recipes, too!)
IN THE kitchen, recipes are passed to the next generation. The heir is always that wide-eyed kid watching in awe of how fast mom can whip up a family favorite, a recipe she inherited herself from grandma.There are secrets mom ...
From 167 days ago
WHO do you turn to in your darkest moments?The pandemic cloaked the globe with fear and uncertainty. But for Rochelle Venuti, there was more to worry about. Her family was shaken with another challenge, a health crisis.Alone in a dimly ...
From 181 days ago
A healing journey
“YOU have cancer,” is a disclosure no person wants to hear. It’s heart wrenching, to say the least.There is a period for coping. Denial, anger, fear, self-pity, helplessness. It’s difficult to tell how one can go through these stages before ...
From 195 days ago
Take a bow, Alfonso ‘Boy’ Guino-o
“THIS might be my last show,” said the designer at a 2014 Davao fashion show.He was mistaken.Boy Guino-o was ahead of his time, but aren’t all visionaries? Long before the local weaves crossed the barrier from tribal garments to a ...
From 216 days ago