Networking at Mofongo’s Restaurant Calle Ocho with the Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of South Florida, the Puerto Rican Bar Association of Florida and the Florida Puerto Rican CPA Association
Puerto Rican Heritage Society Presents Three Kings Day Celebration When: Sunday, January 6, 2019 at 1:00pm – 4:00pm Where: San Fernando Hall San Fernando Cathedral 231 West Commerce, San Antonio, TX Free Admission Art Workshops for Children (Free Snacks) Show (traditional music – Aguinaldos) Story of the Three Wise Men Special Appearance by the Three […]
La Cocina Boricua is a unique dining experience located in the Castle Hill section of the Bronx. La Cocina Boricua is a modern and traditional restaurant, specializing in Puerto Rican Cuisine with deeply rooted traditions from our home land Puerto Rico. It was established to bring you the delicious dishes like piononos, surrullitos, chuletas can […]
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by David Wahayona Campos The Greater Antilles, lying in the center of the Caribbean region, contain the four largest islands of the area. The islands of Cubanakan (Cuba), Boriken (Puerto Rico), Bohio (Haiti/Republica Dominica), Xamaika (Jamaica), as well as the Lucayo (Bahamas) all share a universal language with some dialectal differences. In the late 1500s […]
by J. Michael Meyers National Biological Service The Puerto Rican parrot (Amazona vittata) had shared its habitat with the peaceful Taino Indians for centuries before the arrival of European settlers in the Caribbean. Status and Trends Upon arrival of the Spanish in 1493, the Puerto Rican parrot lived in all major habitats of Puerto Rico […]
We spent a day in Old San Juan, taking photos at every corner. I always remembered the vibrant colors, the deep, rich colors and the baclonies everywhere.
On a recent vacation to Puerto Rico, we were able to capture some of the deep colors, warmth and charm of Old San Juan at night.
(San Juan, Puerto Rico)SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Back in the Puerto Rican rain forest for the first time in five years, biologist Rafael Joglar sensed something was wrong. He wasn’t hearing the frogs whose nocturnal calls he had long recorded in the misty highlands. It was as if a small orchestra had lost […]