Cebu is blessed with its fair share of storytellers: people who go out on a limb and tell tales, big and small.
Mactan as an island has grown into a respectable food hub in its own right. And I’m not talking about the super high-end restaurants you can find at resorts either. There’s tons of food places that people can enjoy without spending a small fortune; casual dining places that you’d usually find on the other side of the bridge.
I thought, if I can list 11 ugly things about Sugbu, surely, there’s 11 other things that make it beautiful, right? So here are 11 beautiful things about our island home
To label Karl Lucente simply as a “video editor” isn’t really enough. This multitalented guy also directs, writes and plays music. So although he’s a video editor by profession, we’re really better off calling him a storyteller. Whether it’s through film, words or music, he tells stories in different mediums.
Here’s what it’s like to walk in his shoes
John from Linear Coffee Roasters tells us all about the art and science of making great coffee, what it takes to be a top-notch barista and how coffee can change someone’s perspective in life.
Cebu has its flaws. Flaws that we have to address, if we want to improve as a city.
We’re here to point them out in the hope that one day, we’ll be able to do something about it.
Ready for the ugly? Let’s go.
This interview with neo-traditional barber Willow Hoods gives us a fresh and new perspective about the art of barbering.
Mental health is a big word. We’ve seen it making rounds in the internet and in the media. More TV shows, articles, books and movies are gravitating towards this topic— some to raise awareness, others to simply glamorize it.
The best people to give us a real glimpse about mental health are the ones who work closely with the patients themselves. What does it feel like to care for these kind of patients? Fayette tells us what it’s really like to be a psychiatric nurse.