Monthly Archives: February 2014

TXS Mirrors Philippine Society with Titus Andronicus

Eversince “A Midsummer Nights Dream” last December, I have been very interested on the upcoming stage plays of The Xavier Stage. Mounting a series of Shakespeare’s masterpieces, the next in line is “Titus Andronicus” a gruesome tragedy of a revenge.  I have heard of many performances of Titus across the Philippines, and even in schools… Read more »

LTFRB: No more renewal on taxis franchised in 2001

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board Region 10 announced that licenses of taxis acquired in 2001 would no longer be renewed. Mandangan Darimbang, LTFRB-10 Director said this regulation is beneficial to both parties, the commuters and taxi operators. It will provide safety and comfort to the commuters while the taxi operators will be saved… Read more »

Krispy Kreme Limketkai achieves record breaking sales award

All the store managers and the bigwigs of Krispy Kreme Philippines gathered at Edsa Shangrila Hotel last February 24 for the Krispy Kreme Sales Convention 2014. It’s an annual event of Krispy Kreme and at the same time, to give recognition to branches with exemplary performances. And guess what? Krispy Kreme Limketkai branch got two… Read more »

Litrato: The Life of a Photographer

Although I can’t claim yet that I am a photographer but at least, I could fairly relate to these men behind the lens. I know how it feels when you have captured nature, history, events, or moments in a picture that can paint a thousand words. When I bought my one and only DSLR in… Read more »

Cagayan de Oro… in the heart of Richard Poon

Married to a Kagay-anon Maricar Reyes, the country’s Big Band Crooner Richard Poon has been coming back and forth to the City of Golden Friendship for work and vacation. He met Maricar in 2009. During Centrio’s opening, I had the privilege to hear him sing live together with other ASAP Stars like Sam Milby. He… Read more »

Litrato: Malasag, a Perfect Escape for the Body and Soul

Do you badly need a breather? Malasag isn’t just a place for recreation but it also serves as the lungs of Cagayan de Oro. Its trees generates oxygen and absorbs carbon dioxide from factories and vehicles that emits smoke and heat in the city. It filters the air of Cagayan de Oro, a city that… Read more »

Kasikas: Another shot of Primavera Residences Tower B

Just few days ago, Tsada Gyud has posted an update about Primavera Residences Tower B ( HERE). As seen in the photo, they are already working on the sixth floor. Primavera Residences takes pride of being the first eco-friendly residential building in Mindanao. See its amenities and units here at Tsada Gyud SOON…. Photo by Red… Read more »

Coastal Road Updates as of 2/23/2014

Two lanes of portion of the new Coastal Road from Brgy Gusa has been concreted. The concreted portions end at the first culvert/bridge near Gusa, directly in line of sight with the Gusa Sports Complex. The road concrete is very thick, as shown in the comparison below.  This is very appropriate for trucks, buses or… Read more »

Cinema Rehiyon 6 A Resounding Success

Cinema Rehiyon 6, the five-day National festival of films and filmmakers has concluded last Saturday, February 22. The festival took place in the City of Golden Friendship, and it brought together successful and budding actors and filmmakers alike. Big names such as Rez Cortez, Leo Martinez, Cherie Gil, Ronald Argueles (Cinema One), and Dr. Miguel… Read more »

Cagayan de Oro commemorates EDSA anniversary

The City Government of Cagayan de Oro held a ceremony this morning to commemorate the EDSA People Power Revolution. A gigantic Philippine flag was raised that was attended by the local officials, city government employees, and PNP to name a few. EDSA People Power Revolution has ended Marcos regime in the Philippines. Former President Marcos… Read more »