One of the advantages of living in a small city like Cebu is the opportunity to meet many people. The circles are small. If you are seeking a particular tribe, it isn’t difficult to find. Want to meet musicians? Watch a few gigs and share beers with them afterwards. Want to meet dancers? Take a few dance classes and hang out after. The magic happens when you get people from different tribes and put them together to collaborate.
Alarm rings at 4:30am. Empty bed. Tissues around a picture frame on the side table. What’s in the photo? The frame is faced down. Flashes of her ex. A new breakup? She goes for a run. Runs by EVERY location a special moment happened with her gone relationship.
All the tell-tale signs of an election are coming up. People are writing thought provoking essays about their bets on blogs. Smear campaigns for almost every popular presidential candidate runs amok. Facebook posts of your friends pushing specific candidates litter your feed. And a song likely inspired by the political madness that is the Philippine Elections popped out.
From The Ambassadors fame, Bai Nuñez is still making music all the way from Hong Kong. Under his solo project, Zero Four Hero, this new video is called Prisoner.
This time of the year always gets me thinking, “Wouldn’t it be great to be up the Busay mountains in this cool weather? Watching the clouds cover the peeks with a coffee in hand? That would be perfect.”