Renowned writer and activist Quince Duncan, now the Commissioner of the Ministry of Afro-Costa Rican Affairs, sits down with The Tico Times to talk about his latest writing projects, efforts to support Limón, and racism.
The startup competition Yo Emprendedor seeks to help Tico entrepreneurs get started.
Costa Rican graphic designer Juan José Guerrero’s love for art took him from Costa Rica to Italy to the front of his own T-shirts.
The International Folk Dance Festival is back at the National Cultural Center (CENAC) in downtown San José, with dancers from Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, El Salvador, and Costa Rica showing off their countries’ beloved dances (Saturday, August 27). Artist Patricia Erickson presents an exhibit of her acrylic paintings entitled “On Her Own Time” at Casa […]
Research found that one hectare of Costa Rica’s marine territory has the potential to harvest 40 tons of edible seaweed per year.
The country’s mobile phone carriers scored high in coverage and quality, but low on internet speed
A right of reply to “Inside Costa Rica’s Sloth Sanctuary: Horror show or a solution to a complicated issue?” published on Aug. 1, 2016, from the lawyer representing the two former Sloth Sanctuary veterinarians who filed a formal complaint against the wildlife refuge.
Happy National Parks Day!
After spending a full year in preventive prison, U.S. resident David Strecker will stand trial on charges that he promoted Costa Rica as a destination for sex tourism.
Tech consultancy firm Konrad Group opened its doors in Costa Rica this week, its first operation outside of North America.