Grave of Antonio R. Barceló (1) Birth: Apr. 15, 1868 Death: Oct. 15, 1938 Lawyer and statesman, was the first President of the Senate of Puerto Rico. Received a Doctorate Honoris Causae from Columbia University in 1928. Fought for social justice in Puerto Rico.
In our super-sized world, few understand what a normal portion looks like or know when we've had enough without feeling stuffed. Time-starved, we race the clock doing the grab'n'go and dashboard dining. There's so little honoring the mealtime ritual of planting your behind in a chair and actually paying attention to every mouthful. This is an interesting take on what it means to feel satisfied. Everyone needs to slow it down & listen and respect your body's communication.
Since the 1960's and 70's Puerto Rican migration has been categorized as a "revolving door." The introduction of air travel has allowed for this transnation to literally become that, with migrants flowing back and forth from the island to the mainland and vice versa. While the first two waves of migration revolved around the need for jobs, this migration involves a bigger familial influence and the need to bring families together.
Louise Rosskam (born Louise Rosenbaum) (March 27 1910 - April 1 2003): Making dolls in the Manual Industries Division of the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company, near Isla Verde, Puerto Rico, May 1947
Italian master of horror Dario Argento presented his latest movie ‘Dracula 3D’ at the Midnight Screening section of the 47th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. He decided the story needed to get back to its Gothic origins. And in his surreal imagination the count gains an added dimension – as did the picture itself: stereoscopic 3D.