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Costa Rica Aviation fans weather rain at Aero Fest

Even the distant rumble of thunder couldn’t keep folks from attending Aero Fest, a celebration of helicopters held in La Sabana Park.

Shnit short film festival premieres at Cine Magaly

Founded in Switzerland in 2003, Shnit is billed as a “shortfilmfestival” that screens at various “playgrounds” around the world. (Aside from San José, playgrounds include Bangkok, Cairo, and Kyoto, among other cities.)

Second Oktoberfest migrates to Pedregal

Last year’s event might already have qualified as huge, but this Oktoberfest will be even bigger: The event is moving from the Avenida Escazú shopping area to the Pedregal Event Center in Belén, one of the largest venues in Costa Rica.

San José’s El Sótano catches a serious case of the blues

Harmonicas, blue notes, foot-stomping, and tales of heartbreak are a-comin'.

Tickets for Chicago’s iconic Lollapalooza music fest now on sale

Eminem, Skrillex, Kings of Leon and Arctic Monkeys. Those are four of the six headliners at this year's Lollapalooza music-fest, a three-day affair from Aug. 1-3 in the Windy City's Grant Park, according to Chicago music insider Greg Kot.

Retransformed: A sophomore experience at the Envision Festival

The sun was rising over the jungles of Costa Rica's southern Pacific, bathing decorated bodies in sunlight, mine included.

International Design Festival showcases creative professionals in San José

More than just a dry conference for stuffy intellectuals, the festival features diverse lecturers hail from all over the world, and their presentations are multimedia feasts for the eyes. Like a TEDx conference on steroids, FID is expected to draw about 2,000 attendees.

Overheard at Envision 2014

Thousands of worldly travelers seeking transformation descended on the tiny Pacific coast town of Uvita, Costa Rica, last week to attend the fourth annual Envision Festival. They spent four days listening to live, pulsating music, dancing with abandon and making creative connections in a lush jungle setting on the shore. In keeping with tradition, we present you with some of the things we overheard at Envision:

Mule Festival kicks off in Parrita

In the central Pacific town of Parrita, locals look forward to the festival all year long. In a canton filled with ranches and palm oil plantations, the festival celebrates all things agriculture, which is the region’s primary industry. This year's festivities began Thursday and continue through Feb. 16.

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