• Los efectos del coronavirus se empiezan a sentir en Roma

    Roma, Italia – Roma se había mantenido hasta ahora relativamente ajena a la alarma social generada en el norte de Italia por causa del coronavirus, pero la ciudad eterna se empieza a resentir con monumentos casi vacíos, un transporte público insólitamente espacioso y algunos comercios y restaurantes cerrados. En...
  • The effects of coronavirus begin to be felt in Rome

    Rome, Italy – Rome had so far remained relatively oblivious to the social alarm generated in northern Italy because of the coronavirus, but recently the ‘eternal city’ has begun to see nearly empty monuments, an unusually spacious public transport and some closed shops and restaurants. In the infectious diseases’...
  • Sharp fall in tourism in Japan due to coronavirus

    Tokyo, Japan – Tourism reservations in Japan for this month of March have fallen by 34% and by April they have been reduced by half because of the outbreak of coronavirus, according to industry data released today. According to the Japan Travel Agents Association, this fall affects both travel...
  • Fuerte caída en las reservas turísticas en Japón a causa del coronavirus

    Tokio, Japón – Las reservas turísticas en Japón para este mes de marzo han caído un 34 % y para abril se han reducido a la mitad a causa del brote de coronavirus, según datos del sector difundidos hoy. De acuerdo con la Asociación de Agentes de Viajes de...
  • Amongst Art and Elation, Cinequest Turns Focus Towards Those Involved in Homelessness Relief  

    Arturo Hilario El Observador Recently I had the opportunity to get a sneak preview from some of the people responsible for turning Downtown San Jose, and now some of Redwood City, into a popular and down to earth film mecca for about two weeks in March. Along with the...
  • Cinequest Film & Creativity Festival Latinx Film Lineup

    FANDANGO AT THE WALL WORLD PREMIERE; COUNTRY: UNITED STATES Showtimes: SAT 3/14 1:30PM HAMMER THEATRE Showtimes: Follow the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra to the remotest regions of Veracruz, Mexico, where they jam with the masters of son jarocho, a 300-year-old musical tradition. A captivating new experience, executive produced by...
  • “Soy Como Soy”: Evolving Identity in Art

    Arturo Hilario El Observador Y La Bamba is a self-described indie folk pop group from Portland, Oregon, spearheaded by vocalist and songwriter Luz Elena Mendoza, a first-generation Mexican American trying to make sense of coming from two vastly different worlds. The music of Y La Bamba, an amalgamation of...
  • HELADO NEGRO: Feelings Made Sound

    Arturo Hilario El Observador I spoke to Roberto Carlos Lange recently, who goes by the name Helado Negro when he dives deep into the depths of his emotions and sound. Based out of Brooklyn by way of Florida, the Ecuadorian American musician recently gave us some insight into the...
  • Cuba recurre al turismo interno, aliados en medio de la caída de visitantes extranjeros

    Trinidad, Cuba – El embargo comercial de EE. UU. Y el colapso del operador turístico Thomas Cook han provocado pérdidas masivas para Cuba, un país que depende del sector turístico. En 2019, ambos eventos significaron que Cuba tenía 500,000 turistas menos llegando a sus costas. Para revertir la situación,...

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