Baliw is a wordplay on two meanings in Filipino and Ilokano. Baliw in Ilokano means change while it means crazy in Filipino. A month-long art exhibit that features emerging non-traditional art forms that looks into pressing political realities at Villa Romana, an inn along Ambuclao Road.
Ti zucchini (American) wenno courgette (British) wenno summer squash ket maysa a klase ti karabasa a mabalin a dumanon iti maysa a metro iti kaatiddogna no matangkenan. Ngem kadawyan a maburasen no naganus pay a kasla kadakkel ti pipino.
“What God the Father considers to be pure and genuine religion in this: to take care of orphans and widows in their suffering and to keep oneself from being corrupted by the world” – James 1:27
“…some men who studied the stars came from the East to Jerusalem and asked, ‘Where is the baby born to be the king of the Jews? We saw his star when it came up in the East, and we have come to worship.” – Matthew 2:1-2
“But the Spirit produces love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is no law against such things as these.”- Galatians 5:22-23
Journalists in the City of Pines honored Kathleen T. Okubo, the editor-in-chief of Northern Dispatch (Nordis) Weekly, as one of the 12 Most Outstanding Senior Citizens of Baguio City and the Province of Benguet in the field of journalism.
Sagada Mayor James Pooten said he is open to the idea of temporarily closing the town to tourists for rehabilitation only if it passes through discussion and consultation among stakeholders.
“She will have a son, and you will name him Jesus – because he will save his people from their sins”. – Matthew 1:21
Adu a klase ti mabalin nga aramiden a sisig ngem ‘tay orihinal a lapayag ken sungo ti baboy ti aramidentayo itatta. Insaganak daytoy sumagmamano nga aldaw sakbay iti panangselebrar iti panangpasangbay iti baro a tawen. Nasapa ti panangisaganak gaputa mabayag ti agiw-iwa iti babassit, ngem no adda ti food processor-yo ket nanamnam-ay bassit ti biagyo mainaig iti panagtadtadan. Malaksid iti lapayag ken sungo ti baboy, linaokak daytoy iti liempo tapno adda balanse iti taba ken lasag ti baboy.
No business enterprise would have its name smeared for having destroyed Baguio’s pine forest beside the Baguio Convention Center for the sake of profit. This emerging view may yet save the man-made pinestand amidst renewed apprehension of city residents and visitors over the refusal of the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) to sell the lot to the city so that it be preserved for posterity.
By BRENDA S. DACPANO www.nordis.net Agusar ti sibubukel a manok para iti espesial nga okasion kas iti Paskua tapno napinpintas ti presentasionna …
“God is light, and there is no darkness at all in him.”- I John 1:5