Aug 5, 2013
Detroit Free Press
Designs by indigenous women of Panama gain popularity, versatility
Today is a zoo in the world of baseball, but here's a bit of good news for Detroit Tigers fans:... Lynne Saltzman de Berger, proprietor of Flory Saltzman Molas in Panama City, displays a bedspread made from molas, the traditional textile art of the Guna women of Panama.
The art of the mola comes from Panama's Guna women
From the traditional blouses worn by Guna Indian women to evening gowns, wall hangings and even oven mitts, mola designs are everywhere in Panama.
Radio Netherlands Wereldomroep
Article: Volcanic ash welcomed by smaller Dutch airports
We've become used to the images. People hit by Iceland's volcanic ash cloud forming long queues at airports.
The Auto Channel
Saab Community Is Blowing A Hole In The Air
AMSTERDAM, January 29, 2010; The Saab communities in many countries are happy with the fact that 'their' brand is saved.