Created as an easily accessible place for expression and communication, these online radio programmes have been around for more than a decade now. The “ShoutOut Live! The Festival” will be held in London on Saturday 8th April to celebrate the black community’s successful participation in this format. Podcasts are […]
Assassinating political undesirables is nothing new but “The man with the poison gun” is original in providing a detailed account of its planning and practice. It reads like fiction but the writer is an academic historian who knows all about checking source material. Sean Sheehan The result is […]
The special columnist for The Prisma was a Bogotan originally from the Chocoano region, a direct descendent of Jorge Isaacs, and was married to María Isabel García-Mayorca, born in Guamal (Magdalena), from Samaria lineage, the great-granddaughter of General Joaquin Riascos, and also a poet. José Luis Díaz-Granados He […]
British sisters Georgia and Sophia Scott premiered their documentary in London, depicting through four stories how the million and a half Syrian refugees live in this border country. Without the sensationalism by large news chains which we have grown used to, the lives of the displaced people appear as we have never seen before.
In the suburb of San Antonio de Escazú, this Cuban painter’s house looks a lot like one of his pictures. It was drawn, line by line, using the same technique used for his large format landscapes.