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Ann Wigmore Natural Health Institute

The late Dr. Ann Wigmore had the desire for people to live in perfect balance and harmony, while enjoying abundant health. The Ann Wigmore Natural Health Institute in Aguada, Puerto Rico, continues to pursue the noble goals of this pioneer in the use of living foods for the detoxification and healing of body, mind and spirit. Founded in 1990, the institute invites health conscious people to discover ways of enhancing their quality of life the natural way.

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Roy Brown – Musician and Activist

The music of talented Puerto Rican, Roy Brown, was significantly influenced by the social movements of the 1970s and went on to become representative of his beloved country’s independence of spirit. Drawing on the rich poetry and folklore of Puerto Rico, Roy Brown’s songs have universal appeal as the lyrics speak of a longing for social justice, a call for an end to war, the desire for a healthy environment and the need for mutual respect.

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Positive Changes for Guayanilla

The city of Guayanilla is approximately twenty kilometers away from Ponce and borders on the Caribbean Sea, on the island of Puerto Rico. It is known for its magnificent attractions such as the Chorro de Oro Waterfall, La Ventana Beach, Mario Mercado Castle and the Central Funina Ruins. Guayanilla is also a city of vibrant festivities including the Virgen del Carmen Festival, the Student Festival, the Ladies Marathon and the Beach Festival in May. Because the attractions and festivals lure tourists to the city, the municipality has decided to upgrade and create new facilities to accommodate the influx of visitors.

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Juana Diaz Ecotourism Park on the Cards

Members of the El Baldio community in Juana Diaz, situated about 20 minutes from Ponce in the Porta Caribe region of Puerto Rico, have put forward a proposal for the creation of an eco-tourism park and natural reserve in Juana Diaz’s Bosque Rocoso (Rocky Forest) and Cerro Cuevas (Caves Hill).

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Underwater Interpretative Pathway of Isla Ratones

Isla Ratones (Mice Island), near the town of Cabo Rojo in Southern Puerto Rico, is set to open an exciting Underwater Interpretative Pathway. The community of Isla Ratones, together with a local marine biologist and environmentalist organization, Caborrojeños Pro Salud y Ambiente, is developing an innovative educational adventure that will provide a guided, controlled snorkeling experience for both adults and children.

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Top Concerts and Performances at Anfiteatro Tito Puente

Surrounded by lush greenery and sparkling lagoons, the Anfiteatro Tito Puento is an open-air concert arena in San Juan, Puerto Rico, which serves as the venue for music concerts of every description. Audiences can enjoy listening to their favorite artists with stars shining overhead and a breeze rustling the leaves of nearby trees. Reggae, Spanish pop music, hot Latin jazz, metal and traditional are just some of the music genres that have been heard at the Anfiteatro Tito Puente.

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Esmeralda Santiago – A Talented, Insightful Writer

Puerto Rico has been home to many talented and well known people who have excelled in fields such as sport, writing and music. One of the most celebrated writers, of our time, was born in 1949 in the city of San Juan, by the name of Esmeralda Santiago. The eldest child in the family, Esmeralda welcomed ten siblings into the world. She moved with her mother to New York in 1961, at the age of thirteen. After returning to visit Puerto Rico seven years later, Esmeralda Santiago became aware of issues that plagued many Puerto Rican Americans, and decided to put her experiences on paper.

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Culebra Island National Wildlife Refuge Excavations

Most visitors to Puerto Rico ensure that they make the trip to Culebra Island because of its magnificent beaches, friendly island atmosphere and its wonderful snorkeling spots along the coast. Not many realize that eighty percent of Culebra Island falls under the care of the Culebra Island National Wildlife Refuge, and even less are aware that excavations within the borders of the refuge led to significant historical discoveries and an insight into the early inhabitants of the island.

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