Drug-related violence is soaring in a quiet corner of Latin America,…

April 13, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Carlos Alvarado Quesada's surprisingly large victory in Costa Rica's presidential election has buoyed hopes that progressives can win in a region where conservative politics have seemed ascendant. But Alvarado Quesada still faces challenges at home - in particular a rising tide of deadly violence - and it's not yet clear how he plans to address them. ...read more
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Parish Faith Missions Conference opening in Parkersburg

April 13, 2018 | Costa Rica News
People who have come to Christ in the last 50 years are encouraged to attend the Parish Faith Missions Conference in Parkersburg this weekend, event organizers said. The conference has the participation of United Methodist churches that are joining together for a weekend of missions-focused events. ...read more
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BLOG: What Panama Canal says about America

April 12, 2018 | Costa Rica News
On the way to Panama Canal, cruise ship passes through a newly-constructed bridge, which will connect between North and South America. The bridge is invested and built by Chinese with America consultants. ...read more
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Two doctors invested $1.1 million in a Colorado hemp-oil company….

April 12, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Two doctors invested $1.1 million in a Colorado hemp-oil company. Their money ended up funding a Costa Rican wildlife refuge. ...read more
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Rebecca Singer Presents “Natural/Not Natural” at Bridge Street Theatre [Berkshire on Stage]

April 11, 2018 | Costa Rica News
In seven pieces ranging from magical realism to comic satire, Natural/Not Natural takes us from the wild winds of the Costa Rican cloud forest to the elephants of Botswana, from the desks of medical billing offices to the intricacies of an iPhone 7, exploring Mother Earth and microchips as Rebecca Singer morphs from observer to participant. Aided by "The Woman in Black," who is everything from prop mistress to midwife, and featuring a performance
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Export Sales Mission to Costa Rica Produces More than $23 Million in Export Sales

April 10, 2018 | Costa Rica News
The recent Enterprise Florida -led export sales mission to San Jose, Costa Rica produced more than $23 million in total export sales for the 21 small and mid-sized businesses attending. The mission was held February 26 - March 1, 2018. ...read more
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The breath-taking slices of paradise you can WIN for just $10 (and…

April 10, 2018 | Costa Rica News
Monster internet sensation! Meet the filmmaker who's become a hit on Instagram with holiday snaps of his larger-than-life Godzilla companion From a 200ft luxury tower to a Costa Rican resort with volcano views: The breath-taking slices of paradise you can WIN for just $10 Looking for a different type of holiday? The ultimate guide to seeing the best of Europe Would YOU pay A 75 for a night behind bars? Prison-themed hotel allows law-abiding guest
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A Resounding Victory for Equality

April 9, 2018 | Costa Rica News
This post is part of Outward , Slate's home for coverage of LGBTQ life, thought, and culture. Read more here . ...read more
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Three Countries Show How Close We Are to a 100% Green Grid

April 9, 2018 | Costa Rica News
The aspiration for a 100% green electricity grid is no longer a dream. It is regularly being achieved in the real world for weeks or months on end. ...read more
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Religion News: April 2018

April 8, 2018 | Costa Rica News
The Crozet Quilters have cut and stitched a masterpiece for the benefit of some of the area's poorest children. Tickets for the "flower basket" quilt now on display at B & B Cleaners and Laundry are going for $2 each or 3 for $5 in advance of the drawing. ...read more
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