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Bacolod City

Reviving the True Essence of the MassKara Festival

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Art Association of Bacolod President Nunelucio Alvarado and Vice President Joan Honoridez are appealing to the city and the public to revive the true essence of the world-renowned MassKara Festival.


(L-R) Lee Santiago, Ely Santiago and Miles Santiago

‘Leonardia Took the Heart and Soul of MassKara’ - AAB Says

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Art Association of Bacolod (AAB) president Nunelucio Alvarado said in a recent interview, stated that, Congressman Evelio R. Leonardia should stop blaming and condemning other people at the height of the MassKara Festival celebration.

“Let’s stop nitpicking, blaming some politicians and instead do what we can to make the MassKara more enjoyable and successful. Politics has no place in a celebration that is supposed to be for the people, with the people and by the people,” said Alvarado.

11 Contingents to Compete in the 2014 MassKara Streetdance Competition–School Category

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Seven elementary and four high schools will be competing today for the school category of the 2014 MassKara Streetdancing Competition at the Paglaum Sports Complex.

Contingents for the Elementary Level are Mandalagan Elementary School, Pahanocoy Baybay Elementary School, F.F. Gonzaga Elementary School, Rizal Elementary School, J. Gonzaga Elementary School, Education and Training Center School-I and C.L. Montelibano Elementary School.

SP Gamboa Passes Ordinance to Ban Barkers within City Streets

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Councilor Wilson “Jun” Gamboa, Jr. proposed an ordinance Wednesday that will ban all barkers in Bacolod City.

The proposed ordinance will prohibit the act of procuring, soliciting or escorting passengers and would-be commuters for a fee to any passenger vehicle on the streets, public terminals and parking spaces within the territorial jurisdiction of Bacolod.

MassKara Costume Exhibit

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An exhibit of the 35th MassKara Festival costumes for the Street and Arena Dancing category are being displayed at the Central Citywalk, Robinsons Place.

The village of 31 colorful costumes was officially opened last Sept. 15 led by City’s first lady Josepha ‘Patching’ Puentevella, Kasadya Bacolod Foundation Inc. Festival Director Rhoderick K. Samonte, Photo exhibit coordinator Ronnie Baldonado and Robinsons Marketing Manager, Christine Tomas.

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