Showing posts from May, 2005

Puerto Rico, Fajardo, vista

Puerto Rico, Fajardo, vista Originally uploaded by docman . Today's featured photo from the Puerto Rico Sun flickr group pool Photo by docman What a vista!


autopista Originally uploaded by Jaime Olmo . Today's featured photo by Jaime Olmo Sometimes it is great to just take the highway and get away from it all.

PR Angel

PR Angel Originally uploaded by MsAnthea . Today's Featured Photo Photo by MsAnthea "Look closely at the detail. This is not an ordinary form of graffiti." -- MsAnthea

El Puente de la Boca

El Puente de la Boca Originally uploaded by Jaime Olmo . Today's featured photo, Barceloneta, P.R. Photo by Jaime Olmo
Community Happenings From A screening of THE KRUTCH at the Harlemwood Film Festival THE KRUTCH Written and directed by Judith Escalona 16mm/DV, 29 minutes Monday, June 20, 7PM The Museum of the City of New York 1220 Fifth Avenue (between East 103rd and East 104th Streets) "The Krutch" is a surreal narrative about a Puerto Rican psychoanalyst with a long-suppressed identity problem that erupts with some dire consequences. The film is unique in exploring the mental anguish and shame associated with racism. Stylistically akin to Buñuel with an eye towards Godard, it occupies an absurdist space that keeps it from descending into the maudlin cliches of realism. With Jaime Sanchez as the mysterious Dr. Guzman and Cathy Haase as his unsuspecting patient Mrs. Kleist. I will also be participating in a panel of filmmakers that evening. ====================================== Judith Escalona Director PRDREAM.COM 161 East 106th Street (212)828-0401 http://www

El Morro in Old San Juan

El Morro in Old San Juan Originally uploaded by asawaa . Today's featured photo Photo by Asawaa


fisherman Originally uploaded by lapamela . Featured photo of the day from the Puerto Rico Sun group pool Photo by lapamela

Reading the Newspaper

Reading the Newspaper Originally uploaded by MsAnthea . Today's featured photo Photo by MsAnthea A day in the life shot

Bird's Nest

Bird's Nest Originally uploaded by MsAnthea . Photo by MsAnthea Puerto Rico
Travel The World Hip Place to Visit: Taiwan By WARREN WOODBERRY JR. When you see the words ‘Made in Taiwan’ etched on the back of your television remote control, you probably conjure up visions of factory workers on an assembly line cranking out needless gizmos to flood the American market. Taiwan’s pretty well-known for being the world’s number one producer of laptop computers, but few people are hip to the island - officially the Republic of China as being one of Asia’s most beautiful lands. Slightly larger than Massachusetts and Connecticut combined, Taiwan was named by Portuguese explorers as Ihla Formosa meaning, “beautiful island.” With its tropical climate, the temperature is about 70 degrees Fahrenheit most of the year. The island is 36,000 square-miles and includes several off-shore islands. The heart of Taiwan is Taipei, the capital city. The northern city is a bustling modern international metropolis with a thriving arts and cultural center, and
Community Happenings Source: The Hispanic Professional Network CT ASSOCIATION OF LATINOS IN HIGHER EDUCATION (CALAHE) 23rd ANNUAL CONFERENCE "Higher Education and Politics: The Impact on Latinos" Friday, June 10th, 2005 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Central Connecticut State University New Britain, CT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CALAHE invites you join us at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, CT on Friday, June 10, 2005 for our 23rd Annual Conference. Since its establishment in 1978, CALAHE has promoted and advocated for the full access, participation, and retention of Latinas/os throughout Connecticut higher education. This year's conference theme is "Higher Education and Politics: The Impact on Latinos." CALAHE has invited two widely respected speakers in the field of higher education to address conference participants. Dr. Margarita Benitez, who coordinates academic initiatives in the U

Jack in the Park

Jack in the Park Originally uploaded by clarisel .


Doors Originally uploaded by MsAnthea . Beautiful Puerto Rico photo by MsAnthea Her photostream at flickr is


View Originally uploaded by MsAnthea . Photo by MsAnthea

Garita View

Garita View Originally uploaded by GinoPR . Photo by GinoPR Go view his San Juan in black and white series. Nice!

Another from the flog archives

Another from the flog archives Originally uploaded by imcuckoo2 . Photo by imcuckoo2
Education Corner May 18, 2005 NCLR REPORT HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE HEAD START PROGRAM FOR HISPANIC CHILDREN Washington, DC - Today, the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the largest national Latino civil rights and advocacy organization in the U.S., released a white paper entitled Head Start Reauthorization: Promoting School Readiness for Hispanic Children. Head Start is the federal program that provides low-income children with a high-quality early education. The report found that while Head Start is a widely successful program overall, it can be improved to better meet the needs of Hispanic children who represent a large share (34%) of the eligible Head Start child population. "One of the most successful education programs ever created, Head Start has a long history of preparing children for the first day of school. It is critically important that Congress make Head Start more accessible to Latino families and more effective in addressing the school readine
Community Happenings May 20th and May 21st “Appraising Puerto Rican, Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Art” Art Conference at Hunter College’s School of Social Work Auditorium (79th Street & Lexington Avenue) Please visit: for information. For more information on Centro Events, please visit or call (212)772-5714.

A Better Place

A Better Place Originally uploaded by clarisel .

de colores

de colores Originally uploaded by lapamela . Photo by lapamela Lapamela's photos are featured as part of the Puerto Rico Sun photo pool at flickr. New to this PR Sun blog: Yellow Flickr badge of photos showcased in the Puerto Rico Sun photo pool. Just click on more Puerto Rico Sun photos. It's a beautiful collection.