By Gerard Pareja
Ting kalachuchi ug ting kaimitu kining Mayo. Nianing mga buwana daghang mahug gikan sa kahoy sa kaimitu. Taas ug kinabuhi ang maong kahoy apan dali rang gabuk ang iyan mga maong daghang mga bata ang mahug gikan ning maong punuan. Daghan gyung mga batang lalake nga manaka naining maong uno-an may bunga man kini o [...]
A fluvial procession, portrayals of history, cultural dances and a Holy Mass were held yesterday to mark the 448th celebration of the rediscovery of the image of the Sto. Niño de Cebu.
The Lapu-Lapu City government kicked off the celebration of Women’s Month with various activities last March 8 in Olango Island, including free livelihood training, food trade, Zumbayen-an and symposium on waste management.
LUMAD Basakanon may have landed second place in Sunday’s Sinulog grand parade but Basak San Nicolas barangay captain George Rama said he would make sure that his group would be able to outshine Tribu Lingayan of Alang Alang, Leyte when they face each other in the Aliwan Fiesta to be held in Manila in April.
By Ador Vincent Mayol
, Carmel Louise Matus
Suspended Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia yesterday dropped broad hints that she would dance in tomorrow’s Sinulog grand finale.
As tourists, pilgrims, out-of-town contingents, and balikbayans stream into Cebu, public focus shifts to events leading up to the province’s biggest festival – the Sinulog.
When the general is away, someone should take his place. A new feature of this year’s solemn foot procession of the Señor Sto. Niño during the vesperas or eve of the feast day is a ceremonial turnover at the Basilica del Sto. Niño.
Mandaue City has its own street dancing and religious rites for the Panagtagbo Festival tomorrow, days ahead of the Sinulog grand parade.
THE Filipino-American community in Oregon and Washington states held their annual celebration of the Sto. Niño fiesta in Rainier, Oregon last Saturday.
Only 1,000 color-coded grandstand tickets are left for the Cebu City Sports Center where contingents will perform their dance routines on stage in Sunday’s Sinulog.
EVEN if it’s largely a religious event, politicians are welcome to join the feast of the Sto. Niño, Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma said yesterday.
The oldest sinulog dancer and “heritage keeper” of the original drum beat of Cebu’s biggest festival is too frail to dance for the Sto. Niño this year.
By Ador Vincent Mayol
, Renan Alangilan
SHE repeatedly smiled, waved her hand, and at one point flashed a thumbs up sign.