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A twisted pomegranate, a 250 year old oak and an art class

The Treaty Oak is a field live oak (quercus virginiana) that is the oldest living thing in Jacksonville. It’s called “Treaty Oak” because way back in the 1930’s a journalist wrote a story claiming that a treaty between the native Floridians and the Spanish had been singed beneath it. This “journalist” made up the story to save the tree from a developers axe. It worked, for many years the story was believed.

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Review: ‘The Railroad All-Stars’

A fresh idea scores goals in Spanish docu “The Railroad All-Stars” about a gang of Guatemalan hookers who form a soccer team to champion women’s rights. Helmed by journalist-cum-s…

Luis Enrique has "great faith" in Barcelona players ahead of Champions League clash #Champions_League #Barcelona #Football

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George Orwell - brilliant understanding of complex subjects articulated in a way even a child could understand.

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In collaboration with Spanish and Journalism department, Howard University hosted its first semesterly cultural excursion entitled ‘Spanish for the News Media’ to Havana, Cuba during December 13-18. The five-day expedition explored various aspects of the communist country in order to provide an opportunity for students to delve into the language, culture, and history of Havana in addition to sharpening journalistic skills by documenting every experience.

1969. Ferrari driver, Chris Amon (2nd L), converses with journalists in the pits before the training session during the Spanish Grand Prix at the Montjuïc urban circuit in Barcelona, Spain.

The Many Lives of Maria Rasputin, Daughter of the 'Mad Monk'

Maria Rasputin (1898-1977) being interviewed by a journalist from the Spanish magazine Estampa in 1930.

A Letter of Thanks From Hamas to the International Media | Jewish & Israel News

José Luis Martín Descalzo is a priest, a journalist, & a Spanish writer. He completed degrees in History and Theology at the Pontifical Gregorian Univ. in Rome. He was ordained a priest in 1953...He was entirely devoted to the priesthood; he sought to be faithful to his vocation with profound simplicity. He lived completely in the moment, continually spreading hope, until his death in Madrid on June 11, 1991. Here we present the last article before his death, a letter to God...

Maria Elena Salinas, Emmy-award winning anchor of the highly rated Noticiero UNIVISION, is the most recognized Hispanic female journalist in the United States. For 25 years, Salinas has handled some of the most challenging assignments in modern day journalism and reached an audience of millions of Hispanics across the United States and 18Latin American countries. She recently created the María Elena Salinas Scholarship for Excellence in Spanish-Language News Media. She lives in Miami.

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