In honor of San Isidro Labrador, Patron Saint of Farmers every 15th of May, Pahiyas festival will once again showcase Lucban’s bountiful harvest with a grand display of colorful rice wafers (Kiping), Pansit habhab, fruits, including lucban langgonisa and handycrafts adorning the houses participating in the annual festival.
“There’s no such thing as closure. There is only moving on.” That quote resonates with me as it brings me back to a relationship I had with an old flame. It was a romance destined for doom. We started off as good friends, then dated for a few months. After almost a year of knowing each other, I was super…Read More »
Performance poetry artist, advocate and educator Kooky Tuason presents a fresh look at female empowerment in her new coffee table book Picket Lines: Dialogues Between Eves, Among Eves and For Eves, which features 100 photos of women with poems written on their bodies. The book juxtaposes poetry on select women’s skin and images to make powerful statements about the lives…Read More »