Plaza 18 Hotel Reviews, Andalusia

Califer Vejer’s Plaza 18 is like visiting the ultra-chic country house of A-list friends in Madrid that you didn’t know you had, writes Andrew Harris The early morning sunlight, so bright and cool, is bluntly brushed aside by the stupendous view that stretches down as far as the eye can …

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Resources for Hispanic Immigrants and Their Families

September 15 marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month. The date is remarkable because five Spanish-speaking countries – Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua – celebrate their independence on this day. In the eyes of the US government, Hispanic is not limited to race or ethnicity, but …

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Taming the nature of capitalism

Capitalism, however, has turned out to be almost impenetrable jungle. Yet history tells us (and I will not push this metaphor any further) rather than clearing the jungle and replacing it with exotic crops, to better recognize and exploit the value of biodiversity. “The most credible economists and policymakers agree …

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Live updates: Newsom recall election in California

A steady stream of voters arrived at Pasadena City College Tuesday morning to vote in person or cast ballots for the recall election for governor. Several said they were in favor of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recall and wanted Tory talk show host Larry Elder to replace him. Others left the …

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