Stories about Dominican Republic from September, 2009
Dominican Republic: three poets
Repeating Islands features a new bilingual edition of poems by three women writers from the Dominican Republic: Aída Cartagena Portalatín, Angela Hernández Núñez, and Ylonka Nacidit-Perdomo. “Each of them addresses shared political and cultural issues, illuminating what it means to be a woman living in the modern day Dominican Republic.”
Dominican Republic: Switching Companies While Keeping Mobile Number
Mobile telephone users in the Dominican Republic will now have the option to switch companies, and keep their original numbers. Many think that this will be a good development for consumers.
Dominican Republic: The Theft of Cables and Scrap Metal
Cables and metal are being stolen from streets, monuments, and other buildings across the Dominican Republic in order to be sold for export, which is frustrating many residents.