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Just as the crab on our cover page works its way out of the sand, Costa Rica is slowly getting back to normal after the heavy rains which resulted in almost 25% of the nation’s infrastructure in need of repair.
This last edition in the year 2010 brings yet another facelift to Dominical Days. We transformed the publication to full magazine size and made it more like a newspaper in appearance. The graphics are updated and so is the font type and size, making it more enjoyable to read. The editorial focus remains the same as ever. We will continue to publish completely bilingual in both Spanish and English and, occasionally, in another language, as the occasion may seem fit.
A major change will be to bring Dominical Days online. During the upcoming weeks, you will be able to access the publication at either one of these two locations on the internet:
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Gradually, all the back issues will also become accessible on-line and be made available through an elegant electronic reader application.
The Dominical Little Theater is producing their Christmas Show titled Out of this World at the Roca Verde Hotel in Dominical on December 19, 21, and 23, 2010. Advance tickets may be purchased at the Uvita Information Center or at the Roca Verde Garage Sale on December 5. Victoria Leamer Hughes, an active member of the Dominical Little Theater, is a contributing editor with her monthly column called A Thespian Life, in which she shares her thoughts and insights on how to balance humankind’s spiritual and physical needs.
The president of Asana, Richard Margoluis, has been writing editorial feature articles in his monthly column called In the Path of the Tapir. During his presidency, Richard has given Asana a much needed organizational facelift, with new staff, a new logo, and a new information approach. I invite you to look at this month’s special feature on Asana’s activities as well as Richard’s editorial entitled Threats, Unseen.
I wish you all a smooth transition from the last weeks of rainy season to the dryer tropical weather and hope you enjoy quiet and peaceful days with family and friends during the upcoming holiday season.
Marcel M. Pfister
Publisher and Editor-in-chief
Dominical Days. All rights reserved.”
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- In the Path of the Tapir Telephone : 2787-0254 E-mail : email@example.com Internet: www.asanacr.org Threats, Unseen...
- In the Path of the Tapir Richard Margoluis Are There Tapir in the Path of the...
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