Posts Tagged: Jairo Lobo

681. Curaçao’s Curious Java Apple

The Java apple is a delicious inverted heart-shaped fruit and goes by Kashu (di) Sürnam (in Papiamentu) and by Curaçaosche Appel (in Dutch) in Suriname. We’re not sure the two countries are deferring credit to each other. Though we suspect it has

681. Curaçao’s Curious Java Apple

The Java apple is a delicious inverted heart-shaped fruit and goes by Kashu (di) Sürnam (in Papiamentu) and by Curaçaosche Appel (in Dutch) in Suriname. We’re not sure the two countries are deferring credit to each other. Though we suspect it has

682. Bòmbòshi: One Word, Many Meanings

The first “Keep Calm and Carry On” appeared on a World War II-era British public safety poster, commissioned by the temporary Ministry of Information of England in 1939. The slogan was tucked away for many years then experienced a major

682. Bòmbòshi: One Word, Many Meanings

The first “Keep Calm and Carry On” appeared on a World War II-era British public safety poster, commissioned by the temporary Ministry of Information of England in 1939. The slogan was tucked away for many years then experienced a major

684. Izaline Calister’s “No Love Without Freedom”

Review by Jairo Lobo Sometimes you stumble upon these marvelous little delights; bright gems that bear witness to the power and importance of sincerity and love, both in daily life and within the art itself. Izaline Calister and the Volksoperahuis’ new musical “Geen

684. Izaline Calister’s “No Love Without Freedom”

Review by Jairo Lobo Sometimes you stumble upon these marvelous little delights; bright gems that bear witness to the power and importance of sincerity and love, both in daily life and within the art itself. Izaline Calister and the Volksoperahuis’ new musical “Geen

687. The First Opera in Papiamentu

The Brainchild and Labor of Love of Tania Kross, Carel de Haseth and Randal Corsen ‘KATIBU DI SHON’ IS AN UNMISTAKABLE ENRICHMENT OF OUR CULTURAL HERITAGE – Katibu di Shon, opera, seen on the Opening Night, July 1st 2013 at

687. The First Opera in Papiamentu

The Brainchild and Labor of Love of Tania Kross, Carel de Haseth and Randal Corsen ‘KATIBU DI SHON’ IS AN UNMISTAKABLE ENRICHMENT OF OUR CULTURAL HERITAGE – Katibu di Shon, opera, seen on the Opening Night, July 1st 2013 at