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May Day in Costa Rica brought together protesters from public workers unions and a wide variety of other groups, including students, sex workers and indigenous people.
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Members of 68 public- and private-sector unions will demonstrate Thursday to mark Labor Day along some San José's main streets, the National Association of Public and Private Employees said.
A small group of demonstrators hurled rocks at the Legislative Assembly building, police officers and members of the national media. At least 20 people were arrested.
Costa Rica will hold the textile fair and the Bicentennial Fashion Design: Costa Rica History and Future catwalk, an effort between the public and...
How would one serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal with a few Costa Rican twists? Tico Times columnist and culture editor Katherine Stanley and her husband, chef Adrián Obando, explore a few possibilities.
Roasted Turkey There is an art to properly cooking your Thanksgiving turkey. A perfectly roasted bird should have a rich, golden skin and tender, succulent...