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The USS Blue Ridge in Gen. Santos City

The USS Blue Ridge visited the Philippines sometime last year as part of a three-country goodwill tour (known as Project Kaibigan) to deliver – through a partnership with the Armed Forces of the Phils – donated goods such as clothes, toys, food & medical supplies, provide free health clinics for citizens in poor or remote […]

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GenSan Off-Road Challenge at Silway River

These are the pictures I took at the 6-kilometer GenSan Off-Road Race at the Silway River involving 25 vehicles with upgraded machines and really big tires. Sponsored by the Gensan Off-Road Fun Club headed by  Assistant City Administrator Teody Dumagan, this has been an annual sports affair for the past 5 years in the Tuna […]

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Kulintangan sa Gensan – A Festival on Muslim Musical Instruments

Every February, the city of General Santos showcases the musicality of kulintang players through the "Kulintangan sa Kalilangan", a competition among kulintang groups timed during the Kalilangan Festival. With the 2008 festival fast approaching, am posting these pix which I took last year.

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Aweng’s Balbacua – GenSan’s Roadside Cuisine

Although having had my breakfast an hour and a half earlier, I couldn't resist my driver's invitation to try out AWENG BALBACUA on our way back to the office from the airport where I delivered a cargo of tuna for Manila. Long been a favorite stop-over of drivers who just sent off their passengers to their planes out of Gensan, I felt it was time to try its famed balbacua.

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Images of Sto. Niño Parish in Barangay Bula, GenSan

Here are some recent photographs of the Parish of Sto. Niño at Barangay Bula in General Santos City which I took myself. Enjoy them...

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Faces of the Isda-Isdaan Festival Street Dancers in GenSan

Eleven contingents participated in the ISDA-ISDAAN Festival Street Dancing Competition at last Tuesday's Feast in honor of the Sto. Niño in Barangay Bula, Gensan. The dancers had to traverse through half of Pedro Acharon Boulevard up to the streets of Bula and ending up at the grounds of the Parish of Sto. Niño.

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Street Dancers @ the Isda-Isdaan Festival in GenSan

A group of dancers from a fishing firm dance below the Welcome Arch at the Queen Tuna Park while waiting for the image of Sto. Niño on board a fishing boat at the Fluvial Parade winding its way across Sarangani Bay along with 300 other vessels.

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Sto. Niño’s Fluvial Parade in GenSan

I was privileged to be a witness to the Fluvial Parade of Barangay Bula this morning which is part of their celebration of their 30th Patronal Fiesta in honor of the Sto. Niño. (See my earlier post entitled "Barangay Bula pays homage to Sto. Niño") I was at the Queen Tuna Park (formerly Lion's Beach) together with hundreds of devotees waiting for the arrival of the image of the patron saint on board a vessel owned by this year's fiesta Hermano Mayor, fishing magnate Marfin Tan.These are the images caught by my wandering camera.

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Muslim Women Rally or Peace

I came upon a Peace and Prayer rally last Friday at the oval plaza organized by Consortium of Bangsamoro Civil Society and the Rajah Buayan Regional Management Committee. Although it was already high noon with the scorching heat of the sun beating their backs, the group of about 500 hundred Muslim men and women rallyists […]

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A Manny Pacquiao Scandal??

Filipino Boxing Champ Manny Pacquaio's photos while partying with two ladies not his wife have been circulating on the Internet. Could have been another blown-up scandal with sexy young pinays (after his infamous smoldering "screen kisses" with bold star Ara Mina and and sultry TV host Valerie Concepcion) but this time the boxer who hails from General Santos City merely shrugs these off as attempts to discredit him. Read the story below.

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