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Pangilinan: Tourism in the time of Covid-19
WE ARE experiencing a tourism slump along with a significant part of the world because of the emergence of the coronavirus disease 2019. I cannot imagine yet the magnitude of the economic losses that this epidemic will bring about, with ...
From 65 days ago
Pangilinan: Artists’ Open House and HeArts
FEBRUARY 29, 2020 was a red letter day in our city as we culminated the National Arts Month and Cityhood anniversary with the Artists’ Open House featuring three home-based art galleries, studios, and art spaces run by Kapampangan visual artists. ...
From 80 days ago
Pangilinan: Tiinz Taruc’s Art and Heart
HERE in the Philippines, we celebrate Arts Month and Hearts Month each February. On the other side of the globe, a Kapampangan Filipino-American artist is mounting her eighth exhibition which opened last Friday, February 21, 2020. Tiinz Taruc, also known ...
From 94 days ago
Pangilinan: Festive cakes for the eyes and palate
EACH year brings new twists to San Fernando’s lantern-making culture, as giant lanterns have inspired a whole range of other products as well. This season, pastry chef, entrepreneur and Fernandino beauty queen, Fatima Garcia Santos, takes Kapampangan pride to a ...
From 178 days ago
Pangilinan: A comeback for Makatapak
MAKATAPAK Festival makes a comeback after six years in this year’s La Naval Fiesta Celebration at Bacolor, Pampanga. And what a comeback it is with the collaboration of both the public and private sectors in the historic town.Barely two weeks ...
From 192 days ago
Pangilinan: The Fernandino Circle
ONE of Pampanga's oldest social organizations, El Circulo Fernandino, known for its grand and fabulous balls, is set to have its 99th annual reception and ball on May 4, 2019 at the gilded Kingsborough International Convention Center in the City ...
From 389 days ago
Pangilinan: Of Maleldo and mourning
I WAS still hung over from the frantic and frenzied Maleldo observance that we had in our beloved city when I was invited to grace this year’s Sabuaga Festival, an Easter extravaganza in the quaint town of Santo Tomas. “Sabuaga” ...
From 395 days ago
Pangilinan: The girl who wanted to be so many things
IT IS the season of moving ups and moving forward, while for me it is also a season for looking back. I graduated from San Fernando Elementary School in 1995 and I was invited by my good friend, Dr. Ariel ...
From 417 days ago
Pangilinan: Of nuts, nostalgia, and palengkedventures
ONE of my favorite things to do at the Cabalenan, our downtown or poblacion area in San Fernando, is going to the old public market, or palengki, and seeing it with fresh eyes. My favorite palengke tour buddy is kuya ...
From 431 days ago
Pangilinan: Captivating Cagayan
I ADMIT that Cagayan is not on the top of my list of provinces to visit prior to 2019, but I love being proven wrong. Here I am today, pining for this valley which has captured and captivated my heart. ...
From 437 days ago