“We should live by the principle that we should serve the people.”
The best actress winner of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, Jaclyn Jose, together with award-winning director Brillante M. Mendoza and her daughter Andi Eigenmann arrived here on Tuesday, July 21 for the Philippine premier of the film Ma’Rosa.
A day before the yearly celebration of Philippine Independence Day, Diego Recta, 27, carried mini Philippine flags to sell early morning on Saturday along Quirino street.
Award-winning Filipino poet and activist, Maria Josephine “Joi” Barrios-Leblanc wrote the poem, “Kabalyero”, for presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte. Kabalyero (Para…
A law mandating the segregation of halal food from non-halal food in the market is underway as the city council here unanimously approved with finality the said ordinance on Thursday, April 19.
LAPIS started when its founding members visited and performed in the communities struck by Typhoon Yolanda in the Visayas.
During the March 16 rally attended by an estimated crowd of 20,000, Davao Today, talked to some of the supporters of Duterte to react on the issue that some of them has been tagged as “bully” in the social media.
The crowd favorite contestant number 11, Allyza Molly T. Teodoro from Buhangin Proper was crowned Mutya ng Dabaw 2016 on Tuesday night, March 15.
Another batch of taxi drivers were recognized by the local police on Monday, March 14 for their honesty.
Various Filipino veteran actors and artists collaborated to perform for a music video that campaigns for the Lumads of Mindanao.
This was how a youth group on Wednesday, March 2 described a textbook that contains “misinformation” about the Martial Law period under the regime of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, urging authorities to probe and recall the erroneous academic material.
A film on human rights shot in Compostela Valley Province is set to be shown at a shopping mall here on Saturday, February 27 as part of the commemoration of the 30th anniversary of EDSA uprising.