Posts Tagged: Juan-Carlos Goilo

612. Curaçao’s Pasty Pieternelle, World Dancer Extraordinaire

Born and raised in Curaçao, Edelmar Pieternelle (32), better known as ‘Pasty’, is fluent in Tambú, Ritmo Kombina and Tumba, but also Merengue, Bachata, Cha Cha and Salsa dance styles. Nowadays Pasty performs all over the world with his dance partner,

612. Curaçao’s Pasty Pieternelle, World Dancer Extraordinaire

Born and raised in Curaçao, Edelmar Pieternelle (32), better known as ‘Pasty’, is fluent in Tambú, Ritmo Kombina and Tumba, but also Merengue, Bachata, Cha Cha and Salsa dance styles. Nowadays Pasty performs all over the world with his dance partner,

682. Bòmbòshi: One Awesome 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 Awesome 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

763. Romantic Playlist Krioyo

In the words of NYTimes “Curacao After Dark” author Baz Dreisinger, “Ritmo is very much Afro-Curaçaoan music, sometimes disturbingly derided as the music of the lower classes. As the band — three singers, two horn players, a drummer, a timbalero

763. Romantic Playlist Krioyo

In the words of NYTimes “Curacao After Dark” author Baz Dreisinger, “Ritmo is very much Afro-Curaçaoan music, sometimes disturbingly derided as the music of the lower classes. As the band — three singers, two horn players, a drummer, a timbalero

865. Tutu a la Komedor Krioyo (Black-eyed Pea Mush)

Tutu ku Funchi, duna Tres Sunchi (Tutu and Funchi, give three kisses) are ubiquitous “Curaçao”. So we present to you Senjora Mogen‘s delicious Tutu recipe from Kuminda.com (great resource for krioyo cooks!) Ingredients: 1/2 lb dry black-eyed peas 1/2 tbsp nutmeg

865. Tutu a la Komedor Krioyo (Black-eyed Pea Mush)

Tutu ku Funchi, duna Tres Sunchi (Tutu and Funchi, give three kisses) are ubiquitous “Curaçao”. So we present to you Senjora Mogen‘s delicious Tutu recipe from Kuminda.com (great resource for krioyo cooks!) Ingredients: 1/2 lb dry black-eyed peas 1/2 tbsp nutmeg

869. The 3 Awesome Founders of the “Kabei Duru” Community

“Nos ta un komunidat ku ta aseptá, apresiá i identifiká ku nos kabei. Huntu nos ta ekspresá nos orguyo, kompartí nos konosementu, konsehá otro i apoyá kuido di kabei salú.” “Our community accepts, appreciates and identifies with our (coarse) hair.

869. The 3 Awesome Founders of the “Kabei Duru” Community

“Nos ta un komunidat ku ta aseptá, apresiá i identifiká ku nos kabei. Huntu nos ta ekspresá nos orguyo, kompartí nos konosementu, konsehá otro i apoyá kuido di kabei salú.” “Our community accepts, appreciates and identifies with our (coarse) hair.

885. Randy Leroy taking “Ritmo” global

Popular in Curaçao and the Netherlands for repeatedly scoring the #1 spot on the radio, Randy Leroy Cordelia (29) is currently hard at work on his international solo career — performing in Miami with several Top Stop Music colleagues; Prince

885. Randy Leroy taking “Ritmo” global

Popular in Curaçao and the Netherlands for repeatedly scoring the #1 spot on the radio, Randy Leroy Cordelia (29) is currently hard at work on his international solo career — performing in Miami with several Top Stop Music colleagues; Prince

895. Our Multi-Functional Kalbas (Calabash)

We grow two types: Kalbas di mondi (wild) and Kalbas di kunuku (field). Kalbas di kunuku has the larger fruit of the two. The branches are certifiably crazy and point in all different directions.  The fruits, Kalbas in Papiamentu, are

895. Our Multi-Functional Kalbas (Calabash)

We grow two types: Kalbas di mondi (wild) and Kalbas di kunuku (field). Kalbas di kunuku has the larger fruit of the two. The branches are certifiably crazy and point in all different directions.  The fruits, Kalbas in Papiamentu, are