Gabii sa Kabilin 2019: Setting Sail this May 24

If you want to know the roots of Cebu, then it’s about time you go beyond the usual spots flocked by tourists and experience...

Educate Yourself On The Jayme-Moncado Colony In Sudlon

Some of you may have heard about this place, most have not. I belong to the latter. Things, places and people that have something...

Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House: A Look into Cebu’s Culture

Though dubbed as the oldest street in the country, Cebu’s past would be difficult to trace by just looking at how busy Colon is...

The Road Less Traveled: Barili, Cebu

You’ve heard about it. Or probably you’ve passed by it during one of your travels, but have you took time to stop and notice...

2019 Travel Guide to Bogo City

Who would have thought Bogo would be as progressive as it is now? This laidback locale was once part of the Municipality of Daanbantayan...

Where To: Stations Of The Cross Sites Around Cebu

During the Holy Week or Passion Week, Roman Catholic devotees go on a religious journey or crusade by following the way of the cross...

Travel back in time at El Gran Baluarte de Boljoon

Cebu’s rich history is not isolated within the boundaries of the city alone. Part of Cebu’s Heritage Frontier is located 103 kilometers away southeast...

Colon Obelisk: Cebuano’s Overlooked Heritage Architecture

Today let’s brush up on our Cebuano history, shall we? Locals and other Filipino natives may already know about this. Let’s teach our friends...

Casa Gorordo: Preserving The Cebuano Heritage Since 1950

Casa Gorordo -- a museum that I have only come to know during Gabii Sa Kabilin 2018. A reality that most of us don't realize...

Everything you need to know about Ginatilan’s “Hinatdan Festival”

If you’ve heard of San Pedro Calungsod, Inambakan Falls, and palagsing, then probably you’ve heard already of the municipality of Ginatilan. Located on the...

ICYMI: This is the Role of Cebuanos during EDSA

As if the years of oppression under the different colonizers were not enough, the rights of the Filipino people were once again restrained when...

Sarok Festival – The Legacy of Love and Service continues

Cebu is not only the home of the country’s grandest festival, Sinulog, but to a number of other festivities that celebrates culture and tradition....

Here’s all you need to know about Budbud Kabog Festival of...

The rich agricultural landscape of the Philippines produced a number of products by which people converted into livelihood. One of them is the budbud...

Weeklong Harvest of Cebu’s Arts

On its third year, Cebu joins the celebration of the National Arts Month by inviting artists and art lovers to join the Cebu City...

Is Cebu really the “Queen City of the South”?

Cebuanos take so much pride in claiming the title “Queen City of the South” in reference to the province but what’s unknown to many...

Cute Little Sto. Niños Spotted on Sinulog

Sinulog is known for many things among them the religious activities and parties that last nearly a month each year. One thing that doesn't really...

#PritititQCC2019: Everything You Need To Know About Sinulog 2019

It's never too early to talk about Sinulog, right? The biggest and the most anticipated party (the grand parade is on January 20) in Cebu...

Cebuano “Kalag-Kalag” Traditions

We love October as pre-set for the Kalag-Kalag season, not because of the scary stories nor the trick or treat parties, but because a...

5 Spooky Facts We Didn’t Know About Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner but do we actually know what we are celebrating? For some, it is a simple act of remembering...

5 Creepy Cebuano Urban Legends We All Believed In

Every city has its own version of horror stories that are often regarded as true tales. I remember back in the days when texting was...