Thursday Apr 17
Orchid named after UC Riverside researcher
One day about eight years ago, Katia Silvera , a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, Riverside, and her father were on a field trip in a mountainous area in central Panama when they stumbled upon an orchid they had never seen before.
Winter cruises in Jamaica from East Midlands Airport
THOMSON Cruises' brand new winter 2014/15 line up goes on sale on November 14, 2013, and its Platinum ship Thomson Dream, will be moving to the exciting new home port of Montego Bay in Jamaica.
Panama President to Face Corruption Charges in Italy
Panama's President Ricardo Martinelli will be indicted and prosecuted in Italy on extortion and corruption charges as soon as he leaves office later this year in a burgeoning scandal that affects the integrity of the Panama Canal.
The New Zealand Herald
2 women Dutch tourists still missing in Panama
Authorities in Panama say they haven't found any clues about two female tourists from the Netherlands who went missing near a popular tourist destination two weeks ago.
Truly Panama Announces Official Launch and Unique Collection of Tour Packages
Panama is fast gaining popularity among travelers for its rich culture, bio-diverse, protected natural environment, stable government, friendly, safe and affordable communities and idyllic, hurricane-free weather.
RIU Opens the 573-room Riu Playa Blanca in Panama
RIU Hotels & Resorts has opened its second hotel in Panama, which has involved a total investment of 100 million Dollars.
Caribbean News Now!
Panama opens first metro in Central America
PANAMA CITY, Panama -- Panama's metro/subway opened on Saturday, becoming the first subway in Panama and Central America.
Asbury Park Press
Monmouth University grad takes 10,000-mile ride of his life
By pedaling 10,000 miles from Alaska to Panama City last July, Paul Mandala experienced the trip of a lifetime.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
UC Davis geneticist tries to build a better cup of coffee
He and others hope to find the key to improving such things as flavor and mouthfeel.
New York Magazine
Taste the Roots of Fusion Cuisine in Panama City
Check into one of the newest members of the Ace Hotel family, the 50-room American Trade Hotel , which opened last December in the city's rapidly gentrifying walled Colonial District, Casco Viejo.
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News
Notes from the Valley
The dry-run was a piece of cake, but getting to the airport on a weekday at 4 in the morning was a different story.