Kafagway sa Saliw ng mga Gangsa

Kafagway sa Saliw ng mga Gangsa

One of the pioneers of Baguio’s theatrical scene, Karlo Marko Altomonte makes a comeback from his hiatus of several years in his art show, “Kafagway sa Saliw ng mga Gangsa” at Cafe by the Ruins Dua.  A combination of photography, literature, and music, the exhibit is...
Matcha Love for Green Tea Almond Milk Spread

Matcha Love for Green Tea Almond Milk Spread

If you love matcha as much as we do, then you’re probably always on the look out for green tea flavored anything. So a friend of ours recently reached out to us and asked out to try a product she discovered from as a pasalubong from Korea. And how could we say...
Mugwort: Masterpieces of the Moon

Mugwort: Masterpieces of the Moon

A dancer. A musician. An artist. We first got to know Maicah Hipolito’s performance work from last year’s events such as Algoritmo and Fete de la Musique. This time, we saw her visual artistry in her solo exhibit entitled “Mugwort” at Café by the Ruins Dua , which had...
Green Awakening!

Green Awakening!

Written by Jannelle Willer I constantly joke about being “woke” whenever I get a chance to share my thoughts on the environment. This may sound cringey, but it is my millennial way of stating the fact that climate change is man-made, and we all need to be...
Practicing Patience: The Art of Pinhole Photography

Practicing Patience: The Art of Pinhole Photography

Photos by Judge Rivera Two years ago, we attended an exhibit by Sam David Felix called “Miru”, a gallery of photographs using pinhole cameras as well as handmade cameras themselves. Miru also happens to be the brand name he goes by for this pinhole...
Ocean Eyes: A Group Exhibit at Cafe Yagam

Ocean Eyes: A Group Exhibit at Cafe Yagam

With the past few weeks or even months putting a damper in our spirits due to the daily downpour of rain, we look for patches of sunlight that make trudging with wet feet worthwhile. These moments of sunlight sometimes come in the form of social gatherings and meeting...