Andres Restaurant San Diego, California. Cuban and Puerto Rican Cuisine

Andres Restaurant San Diego, California. Cuban and Puerto Rican Cuisine

Cuban and Puerto Rican Cuisine 1235 Morena Boulevard San Diego, CA 92110Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 11:00am – 8:30pm Friday & Saturday 11:00am – 9:00pm Closed Sunday Reservation 619.75-4114Visit their Website: andresrestaurantsd.com Our family owned and operated restaurant was established in 1983. We have a strong local following, but have had the privilege to […]

The Importance of Cover Letters

The Importance of Cover Letters

Boricua.com has partnered with Hispanic-Jobs.com to bring you the best job opportunities for English-Spanish-speaking professionals ranging from entry level to executive level – Nationwide! Employers can recruit bilingual job seekers at an affordable rate of only $175.00 for 1 job posting! Employment Related Articles Job Search Tips for Hispanic Job Seekers the Importance of Cover […]

Job Search Tips for Hispanic Job Seekers

Job Search Tips for Hispanic Job Seekers

Simonne Emmons http://www.Hispanic-Jobs.com Finding a job has become much more of a challenge in recent years. Using the Internet as an additional resource will increase your options to find many great job opportunities, which are not always advertised in the newspaper. Many employers will place an online advertisement in conjunction with or in place of […]

A Brief Summary of the Origin, and Survival of the Taino Language

A Brief Summary of the Origin, and Survival of the Taino Language

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 […]

Puerto Rican Parrots

Puerto Rican Parrots

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 […]

Global warming is killing the coqui

Global warming is killing the coqui

(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 […]