Unassuming in all his simplicity, I have known Medel Hernani whom we have fondly called “Boy” as the light-footed and quick photographer of the Development Education Media Services Foundations (DEMS) in the early eighties, whose work not only involved capturing images during Martial Law, the height of protest actions in Davao.
Imee Marcos, senator and also creative producer of the film Maid in Malacañang, said something about this movie as art that is meant to disturb, provoke, and stir discussions. Well, it did provoke me to laugh at a crucial scene that disturbed the audience.
Nanaha sa tumang kalunhaw ug nanalingsing sa tumang kadalisay ang mithi sa pakigbisog nga gitanom ni Titser Chad Booc sa kabanikanhan!
Davaoeños must brace for the surge of the COVID-19 omicron variant that may last until middle of March.
Davao City has seen 75 new COVID-19 cases this week, which has prompted the city government to prepare for the possible rise of infection after the holiday season.
Sara Duterte’s withdrawal announcement came two hours after firing her information officer and aide who was caught in the drug raid in a beach party over the weekend.
Jose Jaime “Nonoy” Llavore Espina walked his talk in defending press freedom and welfare of media workers in the country, braved vilification and threats on his life and said this line many times over: The press is free not because it is allowed to be free. It is free because it insists on being free.
From ‘’Daang Matuwid to “Change is Coming,” the rhetoric of failed promises has made the road to progress in Mindanao uneven and torturous.
Three lumad died in a brutal shooting when army soldiers based in Lianga town in Surigao del Sur allegedly fired their weapons indiscriminately in Sitio Panukmoan, Barangay Diatagon on June 15.
This year’s Pride Month for the LGBTQ community is marked with sadness as Davao City’s prominent gay activist Pidot Villocino passed away in this time of pandemic on June 6 from lung failure at age 61.