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Five Years and 100-Plus Stories: What It’s Like Covering ‘Hamilton’
From the very beginning, it was clear the musical was going to be a big news story. I’ve been reporting on it, from the East Village to San Juan, ever since.
Supreme Court Upholds Federal Response to Puerto Rico Debt
The case concerned the constitutionality of appointments to a government board charged with restructuring billions of dollars of debt.
The First Signs of Travel’s Return?
As Australia announces plans to revive tourism, we look at 10 top travel destinations and their timetables for reopening. The challenge: balancing safety with the need to reboot.
Two Arrested in Killings of Transgender Women in Puerto Rico
The police said they had classified the deaths as a hate crime after the remains of two women were found in a badly burned car last week.
Bodies of 2 Transgender Women Found in Badly Burned Car in Puerto Rico
Activists said that the women, who were from New York City, were the third and fourth transgender people to be killed in Puerto Rico in the last two months.
Carta a Nicanor, nacido en medio de la pandemia
Naciste en tiempos de los que surgirá una nueva normalidad porque la que teníamos ya no le funcionaba a nadie.
Puerto Rico Lags Behind Everywhere Else in U.S. in Virus Testing
A strict lockdown has required much sacrifice from Puerto Ricans, whose patience with the slow pace of testing is running out.
The Sound of One Shrimp Snapping
How climate change is altering nature’s sonic landscape.
Missives From My Locked-Down Friends, From Siberia to Samarkand
The people I met as the 52 Places Traveler were suddenly just as close as my friends down the street, so I reached out to my global community.
This Puerto Rican Sculptor Meets Disaster With Spirit
Watching the coronavirus crisis take hold, Daniel Lind-Ramos, a powerful storyteller, filled notebooks with carnival, medical and spiritual imagery.
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