Sinulog 2014

CHIEF RULES. Sun.Star Cebu chief photographer Alex Badayos (second from left) receives the trophy for winning first prize in the Higante Category of the Sinulog 2014 Photo Contest. He is flanked by (from left) Sinulog Foundation marketing and promotion director Anna Conejero, Sinulog 2014 Festival Queen Christine Jael Abellanosa, and Sinulog Foundation Executive Director Ricky Ballesteros. "Chief" (as colleagues call him) also won the Contingent Photo Category and second place in the video documentary contest, along with Sun.Star Cebu journalist Kevin Lagunda and page editor and journalism teacher January Yap. (Sun.Star Cebu photo/Arni Aclao)

Winning Sinulog images

Posted on February 2, 2014

A FILM about a suicidal, broken-hearted young man who had life-changing realizations after an earthquake and a typhoon, and a video documentary about the woman considered as the keeper of the original Sinulog beat and dance ruled during the awarding of the Sinulog video documentary and short film contest last night. Aside from winning best short film, “Aftershock” also won awards for best direction, best story and best production design during the awarding ceremony at the Cinema 1 of SMRead More

Crowd control

Sinulog body to improve crowd control

Posted on January 24, 2014

THE Sinulog Foundation Inc. (SFI) said that next year’s celebration will be bigger as they will be celebrating Sinulog’s 35th year. This, as they vowed to improve the crowd control during the annual Sinulog grand parade after they received feedback that this year’s celebration had the “worst crowd.” Read the rest of this entry

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Recruits ‘not fed on time’ during Sinulog

Posted on January 21, 2014

THE Cebu City Police Office (CCPO) admitted that meals intended for new police recruits deployed during the Sinulog grand parade were delayed. This, after some recruits complained that they were not able to eat while they were on streets. Read the rest of this entry

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