Arts & Culture

Banana players pin hope on chips for revenue

The banana export industry in the Philippines, reeling from China’s strict quarantine measures that has resulted in many rejected shipments, is pinning its hopes on banana chips’ good performance in…

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With abundant bamboos, wag says Filipinos can celebrate life

With abundant bamboos, wag says Filipinos can celebrate life By Honor Blanco Cabie WHEN the monsoon rains begin to sweep the Philippine archipelago, many farmers from up north in Ilocos…

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Lumads renew rituals to appease spirits

BY MIKE BAÑOS, Correspondent F0R the longest time, the Higaonon Tribe in 13 barangays of Cagayan de Oro had not conducted their annual ritual called Pamumulakaw, a prayer offering to…

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Kaamulan Festival: Preserving an inspiring tribal heritage

By Ruby Leonora R. Balistoy, Contributor MALAYBALAY City — The Kaamulan Festival in Bukidnon is a tribal tradition depiciting indigenous people’s love for God and peace. The Festival is annually…

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INDIE FILM: Kalakala: Sendong’s aftermath

By JOE PALABAO Correspondent KALAKALA, an indie film that essays the story of a father looking for his children and family, an aftermath of Sendong, finally will have its premiere…

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Maniya Barredo restages Romeo & Juliet

Philippine Ballet Theatre’s 25th Anniversary Production of Romeo and Juliet is her much-awaited “homecoming.” Having left the country and her family at the age of eighteen to pursue a colorful…

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2012 arts festival starts Feb 16

By JOE PALABAO Correspondent with RHAYN CASIÑO THE National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCAA) celebrates the month of February as arts month. With this, the 3rd Philippine Visual…

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New San Mig Light endorser identity still under wraps

For sure, San Mig Light will be launching a new and much-awaited TV campaign this year. What’s uncertain as of now, however, is who will play the lead in the…

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13th Pambansang Muziklaban The best of Pinoy Rock

  IT is every Pinoy rocker’s dream to see their elusive rock gods perform in one stage.  And no less than the country’s no. 1 extra strong beer, Red Horse…

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Hedcor to plant more than 200 thousand trees in 2012

DAVAO – Reforestation remains at the top of the environmental initiatives after Hedcor targeted 236, 000 trees to plant this year. The hydro firm achieved 210, 519 planted trees in…

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