food, Spanish, The Americas

Can We Help the Bahamas Rebuild?

The day after Hurricane Dorian hit, José Andrés of World Central Kitchens and his team were already serving 10,000 meals to people in the Bahamas. World Central Kitchens’ 227-foot boat, called Global, traveled from Fort Lauderdale filled with supplies for the aid mission. I talked earlier this year about World Central Kitchens (WCK), in my […]

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Architecture, Spanish Culture and Language

Who Built This Lookout?

Nearly twenty years ago, we spent our honeymoon in Puerto Rico. They call it the isle of enchantment, and we agree it’s a wonderful place. A key landmark of San Juan is Castillo San Felipe del Morro, the fortress known as El Morro. We spent an afternoon walking around taking cutesy pictures of each other […]

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