September 6, 2013 | Sacred Heart School for Girls (Hijas Auditorium) We do not make light of Facebook. It has changed the way we see and use words such as “like,” “post,” “update,” and “wall.” It also makes grammarians cringe with the improperness and evolution of “unlike.” Facebook has after all cultivated a culture of “like”—the superficiality, ambiguity, and sincerity of it—made stronger with the absence of its counterparts. I do wish there were a dislike or hate button. Intoxicated with alcohol and idealism and armed with bottomless creativity, a group of young Cebuano artists—avid Facebook users themselves—named the Offbeats […]
Everyone is invited to join a poetry reading and ukulele session for the benefit of the children of Carnaza Island. Entrance is for free. Just bring school supplies for the kids. For the interested parties, kindly contact Niiru at 09334183221.