MassKara Festival

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REMEMBERING: THE GENIUS OF ELY SANTIAGO | SUGARY MUSINGS by Hannah A. Papasin

I remember how two disembodied heads are talking to each other about practically anything under the sun, even the sun itself. I remember the snark. I remember the sarcasm of the guy on the left (always on the left) as he comments about the idiosyncrasies of life and the idiocy of the people running it. Continue reading

SA KARNABAL | IMAGES FROM SUGARLANDIA by Julius D. Mariveles

THE FACES BEHIND THE MASKS | LITRATO: IMAGES FROM SUGARLANDIA by Julius D. Mariveles

The streets of Bacolod explode with color once more as the city celebrates the fiesta that is known as the MassKara. A celebration originally conceived to forget the sorrows that the people then were facing – the decline of the sugar industry and the sinking of a passenger ship that killed scores of Bacolenos. Organizers … Continue reading