CORN ON THE GRILL—Sto. Tomas, a small town known for its corn produce, celebrates its 106th Founding Anniversary on March 24 with a 200-meter grill for its top agricultural product, which was shared with those who joined in the revelry. In 2008, Sto. Tomas made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest barbecue with almost 4,000 meters of grilled corn. (PUNCHphoto by Willie Lomibao)

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