Cool Crêpes is Compulsively Delicious

Jean-Claude Patri of Marsella began Cool Crêpes in Paris, France in 2007, and created over twenty-four types of sweet and savory crepes….

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Big Fish with MarAlliance: Part 3

by Megan Chevis In our last two articles we talked about the importance of sharks, rays, groupers, and snappers for healthy marine ecosystems and tourism, and…

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57 Years of History Bocas del Toro & Its International Sea Fair

Article by Manuel Niss Quintana. Featured image courtesy of interbocas.com – ESPAÑOL ABAJO- In the year 1962, during September, the “driest month of the year”, Bocas del Toro witnessed the birth of…

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Local Cocoa Production Celebrated at Bocas’ First 2019 Show-Colate International Fair

Citizens of Chocolate, in association with The Darklands Foundation, is proud to announce the first chocolate fair in Bocas on September 29: Show-colate International Fair. The province of…

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‘Do Not Touch the Sea Stars!’ – School For Field Studies Presents New Signs and Current Research

The Tropical Coastal Ecology students at the School for Field Studies have continued a project that began…

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New Mayor Emiliano Torres Gets to Work Right Away

The honorable mayor Emiliano Torres took office on July 1st. In his first months, Torres…

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Caribbean Diving in Bocas del Toro: September & October is the Time

The first time that I dove I thought, “everything is down here and no one told me?” I was in love with the fish, the colors of the…

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Lionfish… Kill ‘Em & Grill ‘Em by Joan Crabtree

These stony faced, uniquely striped, ethereally finned and astonishingly beautiful uglies are invading and overpopulating reefs around the world including the Caribbean.  Believed to have been released in the Atlantic during Hurricane Andrew, they have made their…

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