All posts tagged "culture"
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Public Art Has Been Emerging in Various Urban Areas of Puerto Rico, Especially San Juan
- Posted February 1, 2019
US, Israel to exit UN agency over alleged anti-Israel bias
The announcement by the State Department on Thursday rocked the agency’s Paris headquarters.
- Posted October 12, 2017
2016 Nobel Laureates and their work
Winners' contributions range rom the development of the world's smallest machines to song lyrics that have touched generations of fans
- Posted December 10, 2016
Bob Dylan wins Nobel Literature Prize
"It's perfectly fine to read his works as poetry"
- Posted October 13, 2016
Vieques begins fort restructuring in community-business alliance
VIEQUES – After six months of uninterrupted fundraising efforts to revamp the Fortín del Conde de Marisol, several sectors in Vieques participated in the first symbolic paint application that initiated remodeling efforts. The project is supported by the Institute...
- Posted October 7, 2016
‘Sound of Music’ actress Charmian Carr dies at 73
"Charmian Carr played the oldest von Trapp child, and in some ways she maintained that role in real life"
- Posted September 18, 2016
Acclaimed playwright Edward Albee dies at 88
Albee had been arguably America's greatest living playwright
- Posted September 16, 2016
Mayagüez highlights the development of creative industries
The idea is to reinforce the municipality's creativity, cultural heritage and brainpower
- Posted August 27, 2016
Orlando Massacre Victims Honored at LGBTT Pride March
Hope for more inclusive public policy ahead of general elections
- Posted June 26, 2016
Puerto Ricans in Florida Untapped Business Opportunity for Local Entrepreneurs
The influx of Puerto Rican migrants to Florida could have a silver lining for businessowners and entrepreneurs on the island, according to Frank Nieves, president of the Puerto Rico Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (PRHCC) in Broward County,...
- Posted February 8, 2016