Saturday 1st of August 2015

Recent Posts From All Categories

Lucena and its Homemade Flavour

The local food scene in Lucena City has been in an upswing lately. Over the last two or three years, we have seen a rise to these several start-up restaurants owned and being run by no less than Lucenahins or Quezonian food lovers themselves. These rather home grown food destinations, amidst the...

Featured Lucenahin: Angelito S. Abadilla, M.D.

This week’s featured Lucenahin is a Medical Doctor in Lucena City, Dr. Angelito S. Abadilla. He’s an Anesthesiologist and also the President and Chairman of the Board of Alpha Centauri Educational System, Inc. (ACES). What do you do as an Anesthesiologist? In simplest terms,...

Tiny World of Weeds: A Photo Essay

Did you know that the plants we often call weeds are also known as nature’s band-aid? Certain types of weed tend to grow in areas where they are needed while also providing food for wildlife. While I do not recommend letting weeds go wild in our gardens, I do believe that we don’t need...

  • People
  • Places
  • Events
  • Interests

Featured Lucenahin: Angelito S. Abadilla, M.D.

This week’s featured Lucenahin is a Medical Doctor in Lucena City, Dr. Angelito S. Abadilla. He’s an Anesthesiologist and also the President and Chairman of the Board of Alpha Centauri Educational System, Inc. (ACES). What do you do as an Anesthesiologist? In simplest terms,...

Featured Lucenahin: TV/Indie Film Director Felino Tañada

This week, join us as we sit down for an interview with Mr. Felino Tañada—a prominent Lucenahin, renowned filmmaker, and TV/Indie Film director whose latest project is Hermano Puli: Ang Kasaysayan ng Isang Bayani, a truly satisfying piece of film-making that’s hitting the theaters this June....

Neighboring Towns of Lucena: Pagbilao

Pagbilao, Quezon, a first class municipality in Quezon and approximately 9 km. from the City of Lucena, is famous for its white sand beach resorts (e.g. Puting Buhangin, Kwebang Lampas, Pueblo Por La Playa, etc.) and also known for having one of the largest power plant in Luzon which is the TeaM...

Neighboring Towns of Lucena City: Lucban

Lucban Quezon, also known as the “Summer Capital of Quezon” and home to the famous pancit habhab and Longganisang Lucban is beautifully sitiuated at the foot of Mt. Banahaw, approximately 21 km away from the busy streets of the City of Lucena. The Name Lucban According to the popular...

Coal Off: No to Coal Plant in Atimonan Campaign

An alliance of musicians, writers, artists, and youth groups are calling on all Lucenahins and Quezonians to attend the Coal Off: No to Coal Plant in Atimonan Campaign. The event, to be held at the cave in Perez Park on Sunday, June 21, 2015, 3 PM, will feature an educational discussion about the...

Pasayahan 2015 Mall Events

It’s Pasayahan week and aside from the activities in Quezon Avenue, let’s see what the two big malls in Lucena have in store for all of us.   In addition to mall-wide Festival Sales, there is a Job Fair, a couple of Dance Competitions and several Meet and Greets that await...

Lucena and its Homemade Flavour

The local food scene in Lucena City has been in an upswing lately. Over the last two or three years, we have seen a rise to these several start-up restaurants owned and being run by no less than Lucenahins or Quezonian food lovers themselves. These rather home grown food destinations, amidst the...

Tiny World of Weeds: A Photo Essay

Did you know that the plants we often call weeds are also known as nature’s band-aid? Certain types of weed tend to grow in areas where they are needed while also providing food for wildlife. While I do not recommend letting weeds go wild in our gardens, I do believe that we don’t need...