Former Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, wanted for extradition to Panama, was detained in Coral Gables, Flo., on Monday, a U.S. official familiar with the matter said.
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- Former Panamanian President Detained in U.S.
Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
- Latin awards show brings out wild, awkward and cringe-worthy outfits
By Carolina Gonzales - Friday Jul 7, 2017
On Thursday, July 6, the biggest names in Latin music gathered in Coral Gables Fla. for the 14th Annual Premios Juventud.
- Chasing Coral on Google Earth
Friday Jul 14, 2017
- Stop Right Now And Watch “Chasing Coral” To Understand What We’ve Done To The Ocean
By Adele Peters - Friday Jul 14, 2017
If you think devastating effects of climate change aren’t here yet, the new film from the makers of “Chasing Ice” will make it very clear how wrong you are.
Underwater in the Great Barrier Reef, after weeks of filming coral to manually build time-lapses–helping gather 50 or 60 shots a day, and spending hours in the water–Zack Rago scrawled a note and held it up to a fellow cameraman. “This is the hardest dive I’ve ever had to do.” The coral, alive when filming started, was dying as they watched. As he held a rotting piece of coral in his hand, the coral disintegrated.
- These Tiny Beads Are Designed To Soak Up The Sunblock Chemical That’s Killing Coral
By Adele Peters - Monday Aug 21, 2017
Your sunscreen might protect you, but it’s killing coral. These algae and lobster-shell beads could help protect our reefs.
A tiny amount of oxybenzone, a UV-blocking chemical that’s commonly found in sunscreen, can stunt and deform the growth of coral reefs, sometimes killing the coral. In Hawaii, lawmakers are attempting to ban the sunscreens that contain the chemical so snorkelers don’t unwittingly destroy the reefs they visit.
- Corporate America Couldn’t Just Let Us Enjoy The Eclipse
By Jeff Beer - Monday Aug 21, 2017
Because everything, even the moon temporarily blotting out the sun, is a commercial opportunity.
There was a moment in modern marketing–and it was just a moment, right around the time social media still felt like a new, fun club we all just joined, but not yet a required media outlet–that a well-timed tweet from a brand to acknowledge, pay tribute to, or joke about a cultural event would be well received, and maybe even thoroughly enjoyed. The Oreo dunk heard ’round the (advertising) world, perhaps a well-timed Denny’s or Arby’s tweet. But then, as with all great ideas, soon rumbled the rest of the herd, and before you knew it White Castle was #NeverForgetting.