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9 viewsPerformers fill the streets of Davao City for the Indak-indak sa Kadayawan, a street dancing competition of the annual Kadayawan Festival, on 17 August 2019. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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9 viewsPerformers fill the streets of Davao City for the Indak-indak sa Kadayawan, a street dancing competition of the annual Kadayawan Festival, on 17 August 2019. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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The Teatro Amorseco Dance troupe of Notre Dame Sto.Niño, South Cotabato performs at the Indak-indak sa Kadalanan, a street dancing competition in the annual Kadayawan Festival on 17 August 2019. MindaNews photo by GREGORIO BUENO
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Contingent from the Elizalde National High School in Maco, Compostela Valley province wait for their turn to perform at the Indak-Indak sa Kadayawan along San Pedro Street in Davao City on 17 August 2019. MindaNews photo by GREGORIO BUENO
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8 viewsOne of many designs of embroidered pendants by Ruby Thursday More. Photo courtesy of RUBY THURSDAY MORE
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9 viewsEach piece of embroidered jewelry takes time because according to Ruby Thursday More, “each piece is personally hand stitched, assembled and packaged by me.” Photo courtesy of KEITH BACONGCO
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9 viewsThe Etsy feature on Ruby Thursday More and her Thursday Craftlove shop noted that her hand-embroidered line of floral necklaces and abstract earrings “is inspired by a mood, a color, or a memory from island life.” Photo courtesy of RUBY THURSDAY MORE
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Each piece of embroidered jewelry takes time because according to Ruby Thursday More, "each piece is personally hand stitched, assembled and packaged by me." Photo courtesy of KEITH BACONGCO
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Ruby Thursday More, first Philippine-based artist featured by Etsy. Photo courtesy of KEITH BACONGCO
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12 viewsDavao City Vice Mayor Sebastian “Baste” Duterte, along with Philippine Women’s College Davao President Conrado Benitez, leads the reopening of the Museo Dabawenyo on Thursday (15 August 2019). Its previous location now being occupied by another local government office, Museo Dabawenyo is now temporarily housed at the Folk Arts Museum of the PWC. It will be transferred later to a modern building at the People’s Park downtown. MindaNews photo by GG BUENO
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12 viewsA Meranao family stands outside their house at the Boganga relocation site in Marawi City on Wednesday (14 August 2019). A village marker stands before their house showing the layout of the temporary shelters. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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12 viewsA volunteer hairstylist cuts the hair of a young resident at the Boganga relocation site in Marawi City on Wednesday (14 August 2019). MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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