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Lizares: The beauty of airdance
I HAVE always been fascinated by airdance. I believe it’s a double effort to achieve. Once I told my chiropractor that I wanted to learn pole dancing and airdance. Without batting an eyelash, he told me: “Luci, I might not ...
From 1116 days ago
Slow Food interaction in Turin
IN THE just concluded Negros Trade Fair in Manila, a Slow Food Section was featured by members of the Association of Negros Producers. Barely a month has passed and some of these Negrense advocates jetted off to Turin, Italy to ...
From 1117 days ago
The tradition of fiestas
THE Philippines they say has the most number of celebrations or feasts to commemorate an event. Because of the influence of the Spanish and its friars usually fiestas are celebrations for patron saints. The Philippines being a religious nation, all ...
From 1124 days ago
Luci Lizares: Negros Trade Fair continues to surpass itself
BEING the only provincial trade fair that has survived 31 years of annual displays, the Negros Trade Fair continues to surpass each year’s exhibit. Organized by the Association of Negros Producers, it promotes not only the latest hand made products ...
From 1129 days ago
Lizares: Talisay City’s ‘Isa ka Handum, Isa ka Misyon’
THE Negritos, natives who led nomadic lives at the foot of the scenic North Negros Mountain ranges, originally inhabited Talisay. In 1788, families of Malay descent settled in the pristine part of Negros Island and name it Minulu-an. Unknown to ...
From 1136 days ago
Better treatment through lithotripsy
I HAVE a history of kidney stones since I was 16. Pain hits you in your side, your back in your groin depending where the stone is. Have you ever experience childbirth pains? Well, it’s far worse than that and ...
From 1138 days ago
Lizares: Canonization of Mother Teresa of Calcutta
IN ROME, Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be canonized Sunday, September 4. Mother Teresa was born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu on August 26, 1910 and died on September 5, 1997 in Skopje now the capital of the Republic of Macedonia. After ...
From 1143 days ago
Olive Gloria’s textile art in ‘Panahi’
THE Negros Museum is showcasing “Panahi: Visayan Contemporary Textile Art” by Bacolod visual artist Olive Gloria from August 29 until September 30. The exhibit is a 2016 Individual Grant recipient of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), and ...
From 1145 days ago
Lizares: Tchoukball: a sport to be encouraged
LAST August 17 to 21, eight students from Christian Academy of Bacolod, Livingstones International School, and University of St. La Salle-Integrated School flew to Taoyuan, Taiwan for the 2016 4th Asia Pacific Tchoukball Youth Championships (APYTC). The Tchoukball Pilipinas M15 ...
From 1150 days ago
Dormition of the Theotokos
AUGUST 15 was the Feast of the Assumption of Our Blessed Mother. This feast is significant to most Catholics, and we know much about it that Mary assumed into heaven body and soul. But prior to this event, what transpired? ...
From 1159 days ago