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A tribute to Kiksbrown
“I REMEMBER his passion for cooking, his love for food and the joy of having to share the home-cooked meals with family and friends,” lawyer Peter Paul Tombo vividly remembers his father, the late Kiko Tombo.To honor their father, ...
From 17 days ago
Alama: Rock the Knight, a historic homecoming
THE global pandemic quashed the grand plans we had for the 2020 Ateneo de Davao Grand Alumni Homecoming which my batch (ADDU HS batch 1995/ Grade School 1991) was hosting being last year's silver jubilarians.Our homecoming theme was "Rock The ...
From 131 days ago
Charting a new frontier, MFF 2020
THE Covid-19 pandemic changed everything including hopes, plans and visions set in the previous year.All of the Guerrilla Film Festival (2003-2005) Mindanao Film Festival (2006-present) annual screenings were held at Gaisano Mall Cinema 5 (or 6) but this 2020 with ...
From 157 days ago
Entrepreneurs as modern-day heroes
IN OUR family-owned business, a bakery in Matina, I got a firsthand look of how local businesses are faring during the pandemic. The challenges faced by entrepreneurs and their unrelenting perseverance to stay afloat and grow makes them "heroes" alongside ...
From 212 days ago
A wedding in JAS
THE picturesque town of Jose Abad Santos (JAS) in the distant tip of Davao Occidental province hosted a new chapter in the love story of Marke and Jas Jarine.Last October 28, Marke Pangan, 29, and Jas Jarine Joyce, 28, exchanged ...
From 221 days ago
Toby Madox: Long Way From Home
MIGUEL Antonio Vedanaigam was a precocious child who loved to sing. The son of our old Juna Subdivision neighbor Katherine Piñon Vedanaigam, Singapore-based Miguel began performing in his school where he was discovered for his talent.Fast forward many years the ...
From 279 days ago
DAHICAN is a seven-kilometer stretch of white sand bliss facing the Pacific Ocean, Located in Barangay Dahican in Mati City it has been a popular destination for local and tourists.But aside from human tourists, it was once a favorite destination ...
From 480 days ago
Alama: Cafes in Juna
IT HAS been six months since we left our residence in Juna. The 60-year-old bungalow has stood amidst the changing landscape of the former suburbia. Quaint old homes became commercial spaces, the once lonely streets have become a hubbub of ...
From 485 days ago
Alama: Durian, a truly Dabawenyo icon
THIS year’s Kadayawan Festival can be remembered for its homage to the city’s four icons: the Philippine Eagle, Mt. Apo, Waling-Waling orchid, and the Durian.I once had a discussion with a visiting foreigner about the Dabawenyos love for durian which ...
From 632 days ago
100 years of Philippine Cinema
ON SEPTEMBER 12, 1919, the film “Dalagang Bukid” produced and directed by Jose Nepomuceno premiered in cinemas. It was the first movie produced by a Filipino and hence signaled the birth of Philippine cinema.A century later, the Film Development Council ...
From 634 days ago