There's no place quite like the Dominican Republic. That’s because its history is the result of an unlikely mixture of influences; nowhere else will you find a blending of European, African, and native Taíno Indian cultures.
Ottawa CitizenOttawa man found safe in Dominican RepublicOttawa CitizenAn Ottawa man who ran into the rainforest in the Dominican Republic earlier this week while visiting the island with his family has been found, his family says. A post on a Facebook page devoted to searching for Patrick Brown, 37, said Patrick phoned ...Patrick Brown of […]
Chikungunya common among US volunteers in Dominican RepublicHealioInfection with chikungunya was common among a group of United States volunteers working in the Dominican Republic during a large outbreak there, according to recent findings presented at the CDC's Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service conference.
Noisey (blog)Meet Whitest Taino Alive, the Dominican Republic's Funniest Hip-Hop TrioNoisey (blog)With even a name that riffs on influences as disparate as Norwegian indie rock band The Whitest Boy Alive and the Arawak indigenous group native to the Dominican Republic, the Dominican hip-hop trio perfectly reflects these collapsed boundaries.
teleSUR English1965 Revolution Shaped Resistance in Dominican Republic and USteleSUR EnglishThis photo, which depicts the unarmed Dominican Jacobo Rincón facing down a U.S. Marine in Santo Domingo's Colonial Zone, brought attention to the Caribbean island at a moment when the U.S. had more troops in the Dominican Republic than in Vietnam ...Expedia Names Dominican Republic 2014 […]