A friend asked where I’ll be spending that famous hearts’ day this year. I unequivocally told her that I’d be probably just be at home watching TV since I am practically penniless now, what with payday still days away.
‘Coz it sure does look like Cebu might be ready… what with a famous crooner visiting our city for a free concert at Ayala Center Cebu this coming February 2, it sure does feel like romance is in the air. Excuse the bit of corniness. :P
Sinulog has always been a special day for Cebuanos. The typical mood on the days leading up to this event seems like the feeling of anticipation is some pretty tangible thing in the air. In short, people get super hyped about it. :P
Cebuanos are done celebrating Christmas and the New Year, but celebrations in the city are far from over. As any true-blue Cebuano would know, the holidays in this lovely city is extended until that special Sunday in January designated for this mother of all celebrations–Sinulog!
The holidays are here and everyone will be receiving their bonuses and whatnot. Some may already have theirs. So yes, most people will be rich this time of year and no doubt looking for various ways and places to spend their moolah on.
The 12th World Monggo Day was held last Friday at the Turtle’s Nest Book Cafe. The event was a tribute to the “poor” man’s food, monggo beans, and was also a celebration of Human Rights Day. It was organized by UP Cebu Fine Arts students in cooperation with Pusod Inc.
To make things a little easier for you, we’ve decided to list down the most attention-worthy stops for your next road trip. Here are the 12 most picturesque town plazas in Cebu!
Fuente Osmeña is one of the most popular spots in Cebu. Not only because it is right in the heart of the city but more importantly because it is where one can find the best barbecue joint in town – Larsian.
Ladies and gentlemen, SM is stepping up its game. Check out these shots of the newly-consecrated ultra-modern Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod at the SM Seaside City complex at the South Road Properties!
Going the healthy route is something that has been nagging at me the past few months now. I’m not really sure why.
The Philippine Azkals beat the Singapore Lions in a friendly match last night, November 15, 2012 at the Cebu City Sports Center. The place was filled to the rafters. Thousands of shrieking girls and screaming fanboys (Kaholeros) filled the grandstands during one of the most exciting sports events in Cebu in recent years.
Education First is a conference tour organized by the talented people behind THREAD!Fest and Sonic Boom. In an effort to spread awareness regarding clothing line management, branding, marketing, and good design, top independent clothing brands are embarking on a conference tour “designed to inform and designed to inspire.”
All Souls Day is a religious holiday that is celebrated to honor the dead. Thousands flock to cemeteries to say prayers, light candles, and even ‘offer’ food and drinks on the tombs of their departed loved ones.
Cebu is one stylish city. And it’s probably because we have beautiful people like Gillian Uang gracing our streets.