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Daily Archives: November 19, 2010
The weekend weather promises to be warmer than the previous week with about a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms in the Central Valley each day.
A woman has gone to the Sala IV constitutional court to seek action against what she says are gross and discriminatory phrases against women contained in the national anthem, the Himno Nacional.
Venezuela has deported three suspected rebels back to Colombia in a sign of improved cooperation between the two countries.
Edward Herreño, a marine biologist and photographer, is the artist whose works will be displayed beginning Saturday at The Hidden Garden Art Gallery in Liberia.
As frogs around the world continue to disappear — many killed by a rapidly spreading disease called chytridiomycosis, which attacks the skin cells of amphibians — one critically endangered species has received an encouraging boost.
What may have been the bite of a tiny mosquito last April in Jacó marked the beginning of a medical ordeal for a Denver man.
A reader appears to have hit a nerve with expats here when he criticized Amnet for its cable television service. The reader, Gary Mathews of Escazú, said that he received e-mails from more than 50 persons Thursday as a result … Continue reading
Costa Rica continued its diplomatic attack against Nicaragua with two initiatives Thursday.
The Municipalidad de San José would like residents to keep the manhole covers in place. The steel covers are much valued by crooks who swipe them and sell them to equally crooked junk yard operators.
As I have said before quite a few times, things change, even in Costa Rica. This makes it difficult to recommend any business or even a museum, and be sure it is going to be ‘as advertised’ by whoever is … Continue reading
U.S. health experts say Haiti’s cholera epidemic could easily get worse, warning the country could face long-term problems with the disease and repeated outbreaks.
Tonight and Sunday will be the farewell concerts for Chosei Komatsu, the director for seven years of the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional.