The Cebuano chief of the Philippine Navy, Vice Admiral Ronald Joseph Mercado, is a devotee of Santo Niño
Cebuanos turn to the popular app to send and receive messages as the city shuts down its cellular network over terrorism concerns
The love story of devotees Irish and Edwin Labatus traces its roots from the Sinulog celebration
Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña says the network shutdown is necessary for security, and gives assurances that police and medical personnel will remain easily reachable
'I have realized that at the core of Catholic Cebuano identity is an undying passion for prayer, and love for the Santo Niño'
(UPDATED) The international conference is taking place more than a week after the deadly terrorist attacks in Jakarta
Spectrum Philippines caps off Sinulog Festival with the latest leg of the Invasion Tour at Fooda, Mango Avenue, Cebu City
The booing came from the Liberal Party contingent, the Binay camp alleges
See photos of the festivities and street parties at Sinulog 2016
Held every January, Sinulog aims to connect the country's rich pagan history with its Christian traditions
The Cebu City Transportation Office issues the following advisories in preparation for the Sinulog festival
A city ordinance imposes fines of up to P1,500 on smoking, and P500 on littering starting on January 11
Festival organizers move to ban street parties, drones and political campaigning. They clarify that only street parties 'along the route of the parade' will be banned
Check out the schedule for the 2016 Sinulog Festival in Cebu City
Activities for the 450th founding anniversary of the Basilica del Santo Niño, including a Sinulog parade, will occupy some roads starting 3 pm, April 28
This mother works in Manila, away from her family in Cebu. If she keeps the tradition of joining the Santo Niño procession every year, maybe her prayer for an intact family will be answered.
'It is the festival's befores and afters I find endearing,' reflects writer Jona Branzuela Bering
The province of Cebu celebrates its 445th founding anniversary on August 6
How post-Sinulog plans gone wrong led to the accidental discovery of a hidden island paradise.
Believing in the Sto Niño is part of the Filipinos' search for their own little miracles
After a tumultuous year of disasters – both natural and man-made – Cebuanos look forward to celebrating during this year's Sinulog festivities
Here's your cheat sheet for a hassle-free experience
During Sinulog 2013, colors exploded, streets were filled with dancing, lechon was consumed, beer flowed, and devotion was offered to the Santo Niño for whom people cried, "Viva Pit Señor!"
As the Sinulog was happening in Cebu, Ati-Atihan was happening in Kalibo. Check out our photos!
The Sinulog festival was a party, and where there are parties, there are celebrities. Check out the snapshots we managed to get!
Let us take you to #Sinulog2013 with these photos from photo-journalist Charlie Saceda
This is the first time Garcia has left the Capitol after she was served her suspension
As a child, Sinulog, to me, meant bright lights, street dancing, and extravagant floats and arches. It was when I got a little older that I began to understand the relevance of the celebration
3 major festivals greet Filipinos in January. Take your pick.
On January 20, the culmination of the Sinulog Festival in Cebu, PNoy will be in Zamboanga
Businessmen are eyeing to grow the number of tourists coming from non-traditional markets like Russia or Europe
Former Sinulog Festival Queen Rizzini Alexis Gomez returns to the festival after winning the beauty pageant on New Year's eve
Photographer Charlie Saceda gives us snapshots of the color and creativity that makes the yearly Sinulog festival a top draw.