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Remembering Dery Dyer, former editor and publisher of The Tico Times

Dery Dyer, who as editor and publisher of The Tico Times shaped generations of journalists, looked back at the world of print journalism and the monumental efforts to get the paper out to readers around the world.

How Costa Rica’s first international airport became its biggest urban park

But La Sabana was Costa Rica's principal international airport for two decades.

TBT: Abraham Lincoln’s letter to Costa Rica

We take a look back at a piece of Costa Rica history in another installment of  Throwback Thursday (TBT).

Coming home? 132,000 descendants of Spain’s exiled Jews seek nationality

An Israeli lawyer has helped about 500 people from countries as far apart as Costa Rica, Uruguay, Panama, England and Turkey.

Costa Rica retrieves massive archaeological trove from Venezuela

A long journey ends for Costa Rican pre-Columbian treasures.

Costa Rica History: The Story of Quepos/Manuel Antonio

In our continuing series on "Costa Rica's Greatest Places," we look at the history of Quepos/Manuel as a conquistador's prize, a banana town and a tourism treasure.

The Tico Times Circulation Department and a lost newspaper way of life

Dery Dyer, who as editor and publisher of The Tico Times shaped generations of journalists, looked back at the world of print journalism and the monumental efforts to get the paper out to readers around the world.

Costa Rican artist paints himself through history

Costa Rican painter, Fernando Obando's new exhibit in Santa Ana features a series of 11 self-portraits, but not just any self-portraits: Obando has painted himself in different time periods throughout history in order to explore how humanity reached its current state.

Costa Rica fought – briefly – in World War I

Costa Rica is better known today for the abolition of its army but the small country participated — briefly — in the “war to end all wars."

Part of the Berlin Wall stands in Costa Rica, 26 years after its fall

Monday marks the 26th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and a piece of it can be seen here in San José. But how did it end up here?

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