The Gallery presents a night of dance music. Tickets $10 presale, $20 VIP, on sale at the offices of The Gallery. Write to email@example.com to get on the guest list which grants free entry for women and $8 reduced admission for men before midnight. Continue reading →
The awaited four days of water, fun and music finally have arrived and all over the country people are getting prepared for the carnivals. The beauty queens with their courtiers, the contagious rhythms, and constant call for water in the culecos (celebrations in which people get sprayed with water from cistern trucks) together with the amazing costumes and floats make these festivities a memorable experience.
The event that celebrates Afro-Caribbeans and their culture is back in its XXXIII season at the Atlapa Convention Center on Saturday, March 1 and Sunday, March 2. The Afro-Antillean Fair is a tradition for those who want to celebrate the Carnival, Caribbean style. The entrance costs $5 for adults and $2 for children and can be bought on site. Doors will open at midday on … Continue reading →
Carnival revelers have plenty of destinations to choose from throughout the Republic. Although many Panama City dwellers will opt to disport themselves on the bay-front coastal strip where the “Carnival of the City” is being held, many more will head for the interior towns such as Las Tablas and Chitre, in the Azuero Peninsula and Penonome, Cocle province, just … Continue reading →
“Chocolate With Love,” Panama’s first vegan, retail chocolate enterprise, will be hosting a free tasting event at the Janson Coffee Farm in Volcán, Chiriquí on Sunday, March 2nd from 2 – 5 p.m., where products will be available for sampling and purchase. From 5 – 6 p.m., the stage will be set for a “ChocoYoga” class which can be joined … Continue reading →
“An Orphan’s Curse,” a novel set in Panama, is David Walker’s debut novel, a story about international intrigue and terrorism. First published as an e-book, it has proved so popular that a paperback version has just been released and it will be the first of a trilogy.
David Walker is a US Navy-retired Lieutenant Colonel, now living in Panama, who graduated with a Master’s Degree … Continue reading →
Every big game fisherman’s dream is to set a world record catch. Some may wish they had been on board a game-boat when bigger-than-life captains and owners made sport fishing history in the 1980’s and ‘90’s.
Just as cinema buffs might fancy themselves in the world of “Bogart and Bacall,” fishermen … Continue reading →