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Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico
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  • Puerto Rico’s constitution (ELA) turns 58 today

     
    The ELA (Free Associated State, by its English translation), the contract and constitution that defines the current relationship between P.R. and the U.S., turns 58 today. It is a day that the three main political parties in the island mark in a different...
  • New tropical storm heads for Haiti, Dominican Rep.

     
    The fifth named storm of the 2011 Atlantic season has formed in the Caribbean Sea near the island of Dominica. The forecast track would carry the storm south of the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, then across the Dominican Republic and......
  • Emily tracking toward Florida and SE coast

     
    Tropical Storm Emily continues to menace the Caribbean islands of Puerto Rico and Hispaniola today. And looking ahead, the forecast storm track shows the storm moving on toward Florida and the southeast coast of the U.S. by this weekend. For......
  • Cheapflights.com offers destinations and budget travel tips for students

     
    The summer holidays are winding down, but it's not too late for students to make one more vacation getaway. To help, Cheapflights.com has tips on How To Travel on a Student Budget. Check out the Web site's Top 10 College Student Destinations: Here's the...
  • PETNet aims to make sharing recall data easier

     
    A network to share information about pet-food related concerns such as recalls or defects has been launched by the Partnership for Food Protection and the Food and Drug Administration. PETNet, short for Pet Event Tracking Network, is a secure, Web-based...
  • New Freedom track/cross country coach is former Olympian

     
    Freedom High School’s new cross country and track and field coach is former three-time Kentucky All-American David Freeman, who was a 2008 Olympian in the 1,500-meter run for Puerto Rico. Freeman coached in a volunteer capacity at UF (2004-07) and...
  • Free admission to Cornell Museum for military personnel

     
    There's still time to participate in this summer's Blue Star Museums program at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum on the Rollins College campus in Winter Park. The Cornell joined other local arts and cultural institutions in the program this year. The ...
  • Disney FamilyFun magazine launches program focusing on family time

     
    Disney FamilyFun has introduced a program of activities for families called Badges of Fun in celebration of the magazine's 20th anniversary. The goal is to help families create quality time together. Materials such as suggestions for each month's...
  • Full interview with director of film about Uganda LL team

     
    Jay Shapiro, a Parkland High School graduate now living in Manhattan, directed a film, “Opposite Field,” about the plight of a Little League team in Uganda. The 29-year-old spent three years on the project, including living in the African...
  • Test kitchen bonus: Cool mojitos for summer entertaining

     
    Watermelon Cherry Mojito Serves 1 3 pieces fresh mint, chopped 1/4 cup watermelon puree 1 teaspoon cherry syrup 3 tablespoons fresh lime juice 2 ounces light rum 1 bottle chilled sparkling water 1 piece sugar cane stirrer 1 piece lime wedge 1. Using a...
  • Argentinean artist Cecilia Lueza in solo show at Ormond Memorial Art Museum

     
    “Dual Nature: The Work of Cecilia Lueza” just opened at the Ormond Memorial Art Museum, where it will be on display until Sept. 18. The solo show features  paintings, works on paper and sculpture by the accomplished Argentinean artist. Lueza...