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Cazar: Re-Purposing Home Goods to Create a Personalized Interior

By Mary Smathers - Nosara Citizen Journalist

Emma Kinsey, 10 year Nosara resident who helped found Nosara Artisans, and Lily Walter, owner of Hot Tamale dress shop, joined forces to create a unique home goods store, Cazar.

When Walter...

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Indigenous Youth Create Public Art for Matambú

By David Bolaños

A new mural is livening up the center of Matambú indigenous territory with urban-style graffiti and Chorotega influences, thanks to efforts by a group of youngsters from the community.

The group, which includes people aged 14-20, is named Jóvenes Artistas...

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Show Up, Collaborate (and Drink) This Saturday at the Nosara Craft Beer Fest

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

 

December has no scarcity of reasons to drink and celebrate. At the Nosara...

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Liberia To Become a ‘City of Flavors’

By María Fernanda Cruz - editor@vozdeguanacaste.com

Guanacaste will hold its next cultural and sustainable gastronomic fair, “City of Flavors,” on Sat., Nov. 5 at Calle Real in Liberia.

 

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Balo Gómez: ‘With Los de la Bajura, People Began Paying for Folkloric Shows’

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

In the center of Santa Cruz is a small, professional recording studio with an orange reception room and green couches straight out of the seventies. The smell of cigarettes permeates the space, transporting you back to the bohemian nights of that era.

The studio’s main...

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Bachata, Nicoya’s Erogenous Zone

By David Bolaños

Bachata is the new ballad. DJ Marbel Arias says he is convinced of that while dozens of couples dance to the rhythm of “Se desesperaba” by Ricardo Montaner, in Tío Juan restaurant in Nicoya, on a Thursday in September.

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Int’l Poetry Festival Brings Verses to Guanacastecan Classrooms

By Wilberth Villalobos Castrillo - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

World-class lyrical poetry is coming to Guanacastecan classrooms at the upcoming International Poetry Festival, to be held in the province from Sept. 30-Oct. 10.

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Guanacaste Museum Will Display 118 Pre-Columbian Pieces

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

Whistles, spiritual amulets, body ornaments and figurines dating back more than 2,000 years will be exhibited for two months at the...

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Malpaís, A Guanacastecan Party

By By David Bolaños

The band Malpaís returned home Friday to wrap up the National University in Nicoya’s weeklong student festival, “Semana U,” with a chorus of hundreds joining in a traditional Guanacastecan rallying cry.

For more than three hours the kiosk in Recaredo Briceño Park, in the city’s center,...

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Gonca Gul: A Cosmopolitan Brings Glamor to the Jungle

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

In 1992, the city of Miami gained notoriety as a revolution of young people descended from around the world on South Beach to make it a coveted destination. At the time, a 27-year-old Turkish-German named Gonca Gul donned a pair of roller skates and passed out fliers with invites for parties on...

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Guanacaste Photographer Portrays Short Film “Amor de Temporada”

By Ariana Crespo - arianacrespo@vozdeguanacaste.com

In Tamarindo, a boy from Guanacaste falls in love at first sight with a foreign girl, doing the impossible to win her. This story, captured by photographer Sergio Pucci in his short film “Amor de Temporada” (Love of...

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