Fed up: Nicaragua’s uprising
Nicaragua
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Nicaragua
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Fed up: Nicaragua’s uprising

Alexander Villegas - May 25, 2018

We all heard it. University students and protesters across Nicaragua stood up against the country’s increasingly authoritarian president, Daniel Ortega, and the world stopped to listen. Since…

Our latest print edition is here, and a World Cup/Fourth of July special is on the way!
The Tico Times
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The Tico Times
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Our latest print edition is here, and a World Cup/Fourth of July special is on the way!

The Tico Times - May 7, 2018

Our latest print edition is available now and chock full of features on Costa Rica's arts scene and upcoming events, a look at the president who will…

Costa Rica’s arts scene: vibrant and ready to surprise you
Artists
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Artists
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Costa Rica’s arts scene: vibrant and ready to surprise you

Elizabeth Lang - May 4, 2018

In 2015, The Tico Times launched a new series. Published every Sunday, our Weekend Arts Spotlight presents five-question interviews with artists of all sorts who are Costa…

What to do in Costa Rica in May and June
Events
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Events
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What to do in Costa Rica in May and June

Elizabeth Lang - May 1, 2018

With the International Arts Festival (FIA) just behind us, it’s time to keep celebrating Costa Rican culture in all of its expressions. On the docket for the…

The Tico Times at 62: Finding new ways to serve and celebrate Costa Rica
The Tico Times
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The Tico Times
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The Tico Times at 62: Finding new ways to serve and celebrate Costa Rica

Katherine Stanley - April 26, 2018

The Tico Times has been telling Costa Rica’s stories to the world since 1956 – and in the past few months, it has returned to its roots…

W22 Galería hosts ‘Escazú Project’ exhibit
Arts and Culture
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Arts and Culture
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W22 Galería hosts ‘Escazú Project’ exhibit

Elizabeth Lang - April 19, 2018

Located in a small space at the corner of the Plaza del Río commercial plaza in Escazú, west of San José, you can find the W22 Galería,…

AP story on TT circled the globe
The Tico Times
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The Tico Times
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AP story on TT circled the globe

Contributors - April 19, 2018

(In 1979, Associated Press Special Correspondent Tad Bartimus wrote the following story about The Tico Times. It ran in dozens of papers throughout the world.) San José,…

Clubs and organizations in Costa Rica
Moving to Costa Rica
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Moving to Costa Rica
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Clubs and organizations in Costa Rica

Susan Liang - April 12, 2018

Looking for a support group, local activities, political kindred spirits or a way to pursue your favorite hobby in Costa Rica? Check out this partial list of…

Meet Costa Rica’s 48th president, Carlos Alvarado
Elections 2018
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Elections 2018
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Meet Costa Rica’s 48th president, Carlos Alvarado

AFP - April 1, 2018

Carlos Alvarado Quesada, is passionate about literature – with three published novels - and a musician who likes rock. He's also Costa Rica's president-elect after winning the…

What’s it really like to vote in Costa Rica? A new citizen’s perspective
Elections 2018
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Elections 2018
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What’s it really like to vote in Costa Rica? A new citizen’s perspective

Kate Galante - March 31, 2018

Comes that time of year when we must face the elections packet. Aghh! Pages and pages of obscure propositions and the names of obscure government officials. From…