4th Ukulele festivals in Cebu, QC


A Cebuano co-sponsor of the 4th Philippine Ukulele Festival slated for April 21-22 at the Centris Walk in Quezon City, also has a ukulele summer camp from April 16 to 21 at the Uke Hub Cafe in Lapu-Lapu City, Metro Cebu.

"Participants will also get the chance to perform at Uke Hub Kafe and at the Kadaugan sa Mactan Food Festival 2018," The New Susing's Guitar said in a post on its official Facebook page.


The Mactan Food Festival is underway and ends on April 27.


Summer camp participants get free use of ukulele for the lessons…

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Koko: Only Federalists can run under PDP-Laban 

SENATE President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III, the President of the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban), has declared that only those who support Federalism can be entertained as candidates under its banner in the coming 2019 elections.

The ruling party, with more than 300,000 members across the country, has Federalism as one of its guiding principles.

“You cannot be a member of PDP-Laban, much less a candidate of the party, and not support one of its core tenets”, said Pimentel.

In addition, Pimentel said that the prospective candidates must support the programs of the party chairman, President Rodrigo Duterte, until…

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Tugade hails PCG head’s election as ReCAAP chair

By Chito Junia

TRANSPORTATION Secretary Arthur Tugade has lauded the recent election of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), through Rear Admiral Joel Garcia, as Chairman of the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) describing it as testament to government’s dedication to promote safety and security in Philippine waters.

ReCAAP is the first regional government-to-government agreement to promote and enhance cooperation against piracy and armed robbery of ships plying the routes in Asia. 

PCG is an agency under DoTr in charge of ensuring the maritime safety in the country.

“This just proves that…

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ISANG babaeng lokal na opisyal sa Palawan ang nagsusulong na ipagbawal ang pagsusuot ng mga bikini, thong at g-string sa mga pampublikong lugar sa lalawigan.

Ayon kay provincial board member Cherry Pie Acosta, hindi lamang nakaka-offend sa mga konserbatibong residente ang pagsusuot ng mga turista ng mga hapit na damit at bikini kundi nagdudulot pa raw ito ng mga hindi kanais-nais na insidente. 

Tinukoy ni Acosta ang sitwasyon sa Port Barton sa bayan ng San Vicente kung saan nakikihalubilo na sa mga estudyante at mga nagsisimba ang mga turistang naka-bikini lamang.

Bukod pa dito ay may mga napapapulat na rin umanong mga insidente ng mga turistang nakikipagtalik sa mismong mga beach sa isla.

"Lalo kung nasa mainland sila. May mga school tayo, may simbahan. Umiikot sila na kitang-kita 'yung puwet, 'yung buttocks," dagdag pa ng opisyal.

Suhestiyon ni Acosta, pwede namang magtapis ang mga turista kung pupunta sila sa mga pampublikong lugar. 

"Okay lang ang one piece. Pero kung mag t-back sila, kailangang may tapis sila. Kung gusto nilang lumublob kaagad sa dagat, magtapis muna kaagad sila," aniya.

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17,900 illegal settlers get condo units as reward

By Fernan J. Angeles 

IT pays to be an illegal settler. Especially, if you chose to occupy a government-owned property!

In what appears to be an ironic approach in dealing with the problem on the sprawling squatter colonies in Metro Manila, the government is bent on rewarding some 17,900 families with condominium units for squatting on a government property in Quezon City. 


Compensation for informal settlers

At the House committee hearing on Metro Manila developments, agency officials from various government offices were debating as to how the government should ‘compensate’ families that would be affected by the construction…

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