Stories about Puerto Rico (U.S.) from October, 2011
Chemi González remembers the rock legend from Argentina, Charly García [es], on his 60th birthday.
At El Punto Es [es] Mariángel González interviews Rafi Robles [es], co-founder of the first bicycle messenger company in Puerto Rico Ecomensajería [es].
Blogger and sports journalist Rafael R. Díaz offers a critique of the sexist language sports journalists in Puerto Rico used to describe the triumph of the female basketball team at the Pan American Games [es] being held in Guadalajara, Mexico. The women'es basketball team won the gold medal in a...
Another beautiful photo essay of the Old San Juan by blogger Yésica Isabel [es].
The digital news outlet Noticel published an article commemorating the birth 132 years ago of the pioneering Puerto Rican union leader, anarchist, and feminist Luisa Capetillo [es].
The music blog Puerto Rico Indie comments on Dominican singer-songwriter Rita Indiana's most recent video production of her song “Da pa lo do.”
Th esoez.com team has posted two episodes of their video series “Baleros.” [es]
The blog Amo descubrir canciones [es] (“I love to discover songs”) reviews music from around the world, with a special focus on Latin America. The blog includes specials with songs by country [es], song covers [es], and songs recommended by readers [es]. The latter category includes a post on “Songs...
The music blog Puerto Rico Indie [es] has posted a collection of photos of the concert [es] that indie singer Mima [es] offered last October 5 at the theater of the University of Puerto Rico to present her latest album, “El Pozo.”
The group of actors and comedians “Teatro Breve” (literally, Brief Theater) has a new house [es] on the net where fans can find videos, photos, and news of their presentations.
Puerto Rico has joined the “Occupy Movement” [es] that has been spreading in many cities around the world, and they will start their occupation this Saturday, October 15, when a worldwide protest is planned to take place.
The website C787studios [es] has posted a wonderful collection of videos and photos of the event Santurce es Ley [es], organized by a collective artistic movement dedicated to revitalizing and connecting the Santurce community, a sector in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The feminist coalition Movimiento Amplio de Mujeres [es] and an array of feminist organizations has launched the website “40 días por ti: una jornada por el derecho a decidir” [es] (40 days for you, an event in favor of your right to decide) where they are publishing every day during 40...
Mariángel González interviews Puerto Rican drummer Henry Cole for El Punto Es [es].
Dondequiera says that “there is no way that Puerto Rico will ever have a chance of building an Internet startup community if we don't enjoy the same freedoms and access that are granted to other leaders on the Internet”, adding: “This isn't about status, it's about opportunity.”
With more than two million views since being uploaded to Youtube a week ago, Calle 13's new video "Latinoamérica" has found widespread acclaim online and around the world. The video captures the diversity and resistance of Latin America and its people.
Puerto Rico has joined the occupation movement that has spread across the United States, and they are also using Facebook and Twitter to communicate and share information.
It hasn't been long since the exhibition Carry On: Puerto Rico Inspected opened in Villa Victoria Center for the Arts in Boston, Massachusetts. Through the concept of portability both the curators and the artists have pushed the barriers that prevent the exposure of Puerto Rican art in the United States and other countries.