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Media Naranja

A dog’s life, and a worthy one

Gabriel García Márquez put it this way: "Although you suffer like a dog, there’s no better work than journalism."  One, two, three, four waves of...

A mentor in the newsroom

Isn’t it lonely work, starting a media organization, striking out on an untested path? Not if you carry a mentor with you. Helen carries Laura. That’s...

At her daughter’s command

Motherhood claims us in different stages; there are so many ways a child can tug on our pant leg, sleeve, heart. In this case,...

When change becomes a teacher

Fish were his livelihood. Not just his: generations of fisherman, fathers and grandfathers, had plumbed the waters off of Quepos, working their way south...

Our parks are calling

Are you ready to celebrate tomorrow? We need it. When have we ever needed it more? Open air that can’t be trapped, mud that can’t be...

Beneath the surface of the Gulf of Nicoya 

When most of us look at the gulf, we see water and sky, the gentle curves and triangles of waves. He, however, sees what...

Maybe it was the mountain

When’s the last time you nearly turned back? Stop for a moment amidst the rush; close your eyes, if you like. Imagine that moment you...

Where the water meets the sand

The love story for the community of one of the pioneers of the Ostional project.

The first step past an ending

A storm redraws the map. Things that seem immovable—roadways, houses, landmarks of generations—are ripped from their places. But lives, too, are cast asunder. The firmest...

She named him twice

What’s in a name? To a mother, at one point, it’s everything. She ponders, wonders, smiles at her own audacity. She says the names of...
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