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PHOTOS: Cuba, US reopen embassies to end 54-year estrangement

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A diplomatic freeze that stretched back five decades, outlasting the Cold War and nine U.S. presidencies, officially ended Monday as Cuba and the United States reopened embassies.

Tico swims across Golfo Dulce to test waters for upcoming race

A 14-kilometer marathon swim across Golfo Dulce will take place September 12. Twenty-year-old José Manuel Cullell swam across the gulf in early July to test the course.

PHOTOS: Urbana Fashion Street Art 2015

For the past two weeks, downtown San José's Plaza de la Cultura has been graced by 25 giant high heel shoes decorated by 20 Costa Rican artists. The pieces will be taken down Tuesday. The pieces will be taken down Tuesday.

Expoempleo 2015

More than 30 businesses from different sectors are participating in the Expoempleo 2015, offering around 1,500 positions. The event takes place at the Antigua Aduana...

Costa Rican surf team honored by president

The Costa Rican government paid homage to the Costa Rican national surf sele at Casa Presidencial this week. The team won the overall gold medal...

PHOTOS: The American Colony’s 55th annual Fourth of July picnic

As in years past, Saturday's picnic included a flag-raising ceremony and singing of the U.S. and Costa Rican national anthems as well as games, music, dancing, great food, and plentiful beer.

PHOTOS: President Luis Guillermo Solís visits areas affected by floods in Costa Rica’s Limón province

President Luis Guillermo Solís visited damaged areas in the Caribbean province of Limón on Wednesday and Thursday after heavy rains last weekend caused floods in Costa Rica's Caribbean and northern regions.

PHOTO REPORT: The Sagrado Corazón de Jesús mass

Each year on June 25, San José celebrates the the Sagrado Corazón de Jesús mass, honoring the patron of both the Mercado Central and the Mercado Borbón.

Happy Father’s Day!

Marcos Vega picks up his daughter Tamara at the Buenaventura Corrales Public School in downtown San José. They will celebrate Father's Day by going...

Feline art auctioned to raise funds for Guanacaste animal shelter

Only non-toxic, organic and edible paint is provided for the feline artists. The animals are able to counteract the stress of confinement through their art.

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