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A Tragic Terminus -- Promising Career Wasted as Jenrry Mejia Earns Lifetime Ban

By: Joe Botana

“Say it ain’t so…”

Earlier in the off season, Mets fans debated whether their team should bring back their one-time closer of the future, Jenrry Mejia, for the 2016 season. 705 more words

NL Central

The Panty Raid

I knew something was wrong the minute I walked in the door and saw the gold tissue on the floor. I use the delicate paper to wrap some of my rarely worn jewelry. 212 more words

Dominican Republic

A Letter to Repertorio...

Theatre is definitely a labor of love. At Repertorio we work very hard to make every single production an amazing experience for our audience. It’s especially challenging when our plays are based on historical events as is… 315 more words


Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

You’ve created trips around snow-capped mountains, lush vineyards, and seemingly endless beaches. You’ve checked national parks and UNESCO World Heritage Sites off your list. You’ve even been inspired by award-winning restaurants, well-publicized museum exhibits, and once-in-a-lifetime concerts. 344 more words

North America

Film: “Cimarrón Spirit” Celebrates Afro-Dominican Culture and Carnival Traditions

Cimarrón Spirit (United States, 2015) is a documentary film directed by Rubén Durán and Michael Brims. The film explores African-based cultural elements, religious celebrations, and customs that survive in the Dominican Republic. 329 more words


Museum of the Royal Houses

I think I’ve settled on a schedule for posting, every 14 days +/- 1 day. It’s sort of like bi-monthly, but I will have a minimum of 26 posts instead of 24. 1,071 more words


My Very Late Insight on Being a Gordita

Let’s see. This is going to be really hard. There is going to be a lot of telling the truth, which makes me vulnerable and I am scared of. 3,786 more words