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Photo of the Day: 5 October 2015

Happy Monday Everyone!

Today’s vibrant photo was taken in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Old San Juan perfectly exemplifies the spirit and culture of Puerto Rico: vibrant, joyful, and inclusive. 81 more words


Observation Points

In a moment of meteorological clarity we catch a glimpse of Muley Point through a hole in the clouds…The illuminated view of this observation point (from our private observation point) gives us a sense that we are enjoying the view from above of people who are enjoying the view from below. 6 more words

Aerial Photography

Fate Of Cargo Ship Caught In Hurricane Joaquin Unknown

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ELEUTHERA (CBSMiami/AP) — The search continues Saturday for a disabled cargo ship that lost contact during Hurricane Joaquin, which was moving away from the sprawling archipelago. 656 more words


SS El Faro and Sibling

In A Perfect Storm,  Sebastian Junger writes “There are houses in Gloucester where grooves have been worn into the floorboards by women pacing past an upstairs window, looking out to sea.”  Today a lot of people are wearing out keyboards searching for news on… 127 more words


Flashback Friday: Cueva Ventana and Arecibo Observatory, PR

I really wanted to just sit on my ass on the forth day of our Puerto Rican getaway. After that trip to Culebra the day before I was burned out and intended to stay in till noon at least. 731 more words

Memories Cast Over A Perfect Sunset

What’s in the perfection of a sunrise? Is it the majestic nature of the light rising over the horizon? Is it the promise of a new day promising new opportunities and new chances at redemption? 408 more words

Mental Erotica

Estradas, Zamoras: Foes in San Juan, united with Poe

by Christian V. Esguerra, ABS-CBN News

MANILA – Politics united the families of former President Joseph Estrada and San Juan City Rep. Ronaldo Zamora, and it’s politics that will break them apart as well. 136 more words

Grace Poe