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Just Like the Old Song Goes

Guy #1: I was totally eyefucking her.Guy #2: Yeah, you were eyefucking her from here to Puerto Rico.Guy #1: Yeah, I was.–6th Ave & 56th StOverheard by: Chloe

Verdejo explodes on Lopez to win first pro title

17 hours agoSports / Boxing : FightNews.com

Unbeaten lightweight star Felix “El Diamante” Verdejo (17-0, 13 KOs) returned to Puerto Rico on Saturday night with a spectacular fifth round KO over Marco “Kua Kua” Lopez (22-6, 13 KOs) at the Coliseo Mario “Quijote” Morales in Guaynabo. Verdejo … Continue reading ? The post Verdejo explodes on Lopez to win first pro title appeared first on Boxing News.

Verdejo Moving Forward

yesterdaySports / Boxing : Boxing.com

“The typical boxer in Puerto Rico is a stylish matador with good foot movement, a varied attack, and counterpunching abilities…”

Verdejo-Lopez weights from Puerto Rico

Felix Verdejo 135.2 vs. Marco Antonio Lopez 139.2 Clarence Booth 143 vs. Samuel Santana 142.2 Christopher Diaz 127 vs. Jose Bustos 126 Jason Sosa 132 vs. Herbert Quartey 130 Rene Santiago 106.8 vs. Luis Diaz 109.6 Enrique Collazo 162.2 vs. … Continue reading ? The post Verdejo-Lopez weights from Puerto Rico appeared first on Boxing News.

Puerto Rico Warns Of Imminent Government Shutdown Due To "Liquidity Crisis"

Two months ago, when Puerto Rico’s third largest bank failed costing US taxpayers some $750 million in the process, we noted that Doral Bank wasn’t alone in the world when it comes to having an NPL ratio bordering on 40%: “It appears that at least in some ways, "Puerto Rico is indeed Greece,” we said. Show More Summary

Food Lover's Guide to San Juan

With its Spanish, African, Taíno (Native American), and French influences, the food of Puerto Rico, or cocina criolla, has always been an adventure for the taste buds, one that utilizes the island’s natural gastronomic bounty. In the...Show More Summary

Cash Shortage Seen in Puerto Rico in 3 Months

A letter from the Government Development Bank urged officials to negotiate a tax overhaul to clear the way for a bond deal.

Daily Headlines: April 23, 2015

Chile: Authorities evacuated more than 5000 people living near the Calbuco volcano that erupted twice after having been dormant since 1972. Puerto Rico: “The island's financial state is extremely uncertain,” was the grim warning issued by Puerto Rico’s Government Development Bank over a potential local government shutdown. Show More Summary

Top Stories: More Airstrikes In Yemen; Gen. Petraeus Faces Sentencing

3 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Also: The European Union holds a summit on the migrant crisis; a report says North Korea may have several nuclear warheads; and Puerto Rico's government could shut down over financial problems.

Top 5 Reasons to Go to Puerto Rico Now?

3 days agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

I may not have been to Puerto Rico in years; but there are some statements which appear to be inaccurate or incomplete in this article called WATCH: Top 5 Reasons to Go to Puerto Rico Now, which was written by... The post Top 5 Reasons to Go to Puerto Rico Now? appeared first on The Gate.

Puerto Rico officials warn government shutdown imminent

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Puerto Rico's Government Development Bank (GDB) has warned the government would likely face a shutdown in three months because of a lack of liquidity and said a financing deal currently appears unlikely, according to a letter sent to lawmakers.

National Guard Youth Challenge Program Helps High School Drop-Outs Nationwide

Youth Challenge Programs are becoming more popular across the nation, as more and more teenagers are dropping out of high school. The 35 Youth Challenge programs that are now offered in 29 different states including Puerto Rico, are giving teenagers ages 16-18 a second chance at turning their life into something positive. Show More Summary

This 6-Mile Ocean Trench is Being Explored for the First Time in Over a Century

Off the coast of Puerto Rico, in the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean, lies a vast undersea trench. It’s only ever been explored once—but for the first time in 150 years, a group of 50 scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ?have returned for twelve weeks of study and dives. Show More Summary

The Lost History of Puerto Rico's Independence Movement

April 21 marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Pedro Albizu Campos. Most Americans likely haven't heard of Albizu Campos or his plan to challenge the United States' control of Puerto Rico. His supporters remember him as an organizer, an intellectual, and a revolutionary. Show More Summary

Sydney, Australia will be the location of Microsoft’s first flagship store not on American soil

Microsoft has elected Sydney, Australia, as the location of its first ever store located outside of North America, where the company currently has 119 stores situated in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico. The move promises not only to promote … Continue reading ?

Puerto Rico’s Capital Quickly Bans Horse-Drawn Carriages After Accident

In a move swift and resounding, the capital of Puerto Rico is saying goodbye to horse-drawn carriages. The act is immediate, as San Juan mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz Soto over Read More The post Puerto Rico’s Capital Quickly Bans Horse-Drawn Carriages After Accident appeared first on Ecorazzi.

Verdejo poised to win first pro title

Unbeaten lightweight star Felix “El Diamante” Verdejo (16-0, 12 KOs) returns to Puerto Rico to on Saturday night against Marco “Kua Kua” Lopez (22-5, 13 KOs) in a ten rounder for the WBO Latino title. The bout will be televised … Continue reading ? The post Verdejo poised to win first pro title appeared first on Boxing News.

Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico Bans Horse-Drawn Carriages

Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto signed an executive order banning the use of horse-drawn carriages anywhere in the Puerto Rican capital. The post Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico Bans Horse-Drawn Carriages appeared first on PETA.

Letter to President Barack Obama About Vieques

Dear President Obama: This month, the U.S. citizens of Puerto Rico will again commemorate the death of David Sanes, killed 16 years ago by two errant bombs dropped by the U.S. Navy in the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico. Three days later,...Show More Summary

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