Jun 18, 2014
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Spain's Secret, Crisp Whites
When we think of Spanish wine, the first things that come to mind for most of us are Rioja's rich red wines or sherry with all of its complexities.
Mapping the Blind Spots: a Nophoto and Sputnik project opens at the The L zaro Galdiano Foundation
SPUTNIK and NOPHOTO, two experienced photographic collectives, started Mapping the Blind Spots in January 2014.
The Hispanic America Chamber of Commerce presented is first celebration of Arecibo 500 years
While New York City had the Annual Puerto Rican Parade, Newark was producing its own historic celebration of the Island history.
Rioja: Discovering the the wines of Spain
Learning about the Rioja region of Spain was the focus of a wine tasting this past week.
The smallest monastery in the world
The saint after whom the town near Marbella was named accepted a gift of a small house and plot of land and built a spartan religious residence Before people cross the threshold Jose Garcia, the friar who gives guided tours of the smallest monastery in the world, warns: "This month we have a special offer: the first three times are free, but we ... (more)