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The Potter and the Clay
See which native artisan is featured by SoulGives. More
Why does she serve coffee to pimps?
Face of Justice Planting Seeds of Hope More
Mirian Vilela Opening Global Gates from Costa Rica
Incredible story about a life-long trailblazer for eco-global initiatives. More
What “Action!” Means to Leonardo DiCaprio in Costa Rica
Film Star Calling the Shots Offscreen to Help Save the Planet. Do you know which location in Costa Rica he enjoys the most? More
Add this Christmas tamale treat to your holiday menu
Tamales are a traditional dish almost every where in Latin America More
Explore Your Opportunities for Travel and Adventure
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Are Real Estate Agents Licensed in Costa Rica?
Important question to know the answer to while considering your investment in property. More
World’s First Sustainable, Regenerative Chamber of Fashion and Design. More
“Through the Lens” Is Now Available For Print
Our October issue of 82 glossy pages, featuring 16 artists and over 50 beautiful photographs is available just in time for Christmas. More
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What if we really got involved in eliminating plastics from Costa Rica?
On the road again, this time: Beauty and History -Cartago Through the Orosi Valley
SoulGives supports a pottery artisan while we dive into the art of storytelling and see the beginnings of Costa Rica fashion. Have you hard of our featured musician?
From sweat lodges to earth charter, this section showcases a variety of the “good life”. Research anti-aging dentistry and living your own epiphanies. Plus learn why she serves coffee to pimps.
Are real estate agents licensed here? What about luxury homes?
Meet one of Latin America’s most influential women. Have you considered condo living? Some FAQs about taxes and preparing yourself for 2022.
Read up about this #1 sport. Check out the tide chart to plan your day.
December 2021 Highlights
Howler’s budding interest in regenerative initiatives is a key theme in our December issue, with wide-ranging articles on provocative topics and fascinating personalities. As this month’s cover story subject, Costa Rica has long been a centerpiece of Leonardo DiCaprio’s off-screen advocacy for ocean conservation and other planet-saving measures.
Further global connections with Costa Rica are highlighted in the stories of Mirian Vilela’s involvement with the Earth Charter International, and of the stage set by Karina Diaz for Costa Rica Fashion Week and the world’s first sustainable, regenerative chamber of fashion and design.
Dr. Silvia Castro discusses her role as president of the Latin American University of Science and Technology (ULACIT), Latin America’s top private bilingual university. Dr. Gregory Payne, a leading international commentator on communication, political and social issues, reflects on the modern relevance of pivotal events in the 1960s.
Our road trip series takes you along one of Costa Rica’s most beautiful and historically remarkable scenic routes, from Cartago through the Orosi Valley. This month’s artisan spotlight is on Guaitil pottery artisan Miguel Leal, while Ezequiel Marianoni is our featured musician.
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