Moro leaders and netizens criticized one performance during Cebu’s Sinulog opening ceremony last Friday that interpreted a Moro dance they said was “insensitive” and “inaccurate”.
Six books published by Mindanao-based authors are among the winners of the 41st National Book Awards.
A story of a Matigsalug family who lost their land to a rich owner in the time of the pandemic and how they made it costly to the owner won second prize for Cebuano short story in the recent 2023 Gawad Bienvenido Lumbera National Literary Contest.
Participants of the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk gathered in Davao City on October 7, 2023, to walk, explore, and take photos together.
Today’s young generation may be engrossed with mobile and video games, but in this year’s Dula Kadayawan (Kadayawan Games), part of Davao City’s Kadayawan festivity, young indigenous and Moro people got to participate and showcase their traditional games to the public, untouched by modernization.
A group of young people from an indigenous community is maximizing its members’ artistic talents to revive and preserve their traditional practices and promote environmental protection.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – The first segment of the 16.9-kilometer Davao Coastal Road Project is set to be inaugurated in…
Crowned last week as this year’s Mutya ng Dabaw was contestant No. 3, Maria Isabel Pelayo. Pelayo bested 29 other candidates at the University of Southeastern Philippines (USEP) Gymnasium on Friday, three years after the last Mutya ng Dabaw was crowned.
The Davao City Tourism Operations Office (DCTOO) has alerted the public on the selling of fake tickets for the Mutya ng Dabaw and Reyna Dabawenya set this week.
The Datu Bago Awards, considered one of the most prestigious awards in Davao City, honored three distinguished Dabawenyos for their significant contributions to their respective fields on Wednesday, March 8.