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UNESCO: Cante Alentejano to become Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – Portugal Travel Alert: TAP to stage two separate strikes – Portugal Community: Aristides de Sousa Mendes Conference at BCC–   Fall River, MA Opinion: Really? Are you being fed too much bad news? Terceira: Archaeologists identify 950 years old carved rock
 

UNESCO: Cante Alentejano to become Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – Portugal

The traditional Cante Alentejano, a polyphonic singing from Alentejo, southern Portugal, was designated by UNESCO to be listed as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The decision will be deliberated by the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage during a meeting taking place on November 24 and 28 in Paris, France. The […]

Travel Alert: TAP to stage two separate strikes – Portugal

The TAP Air Portugal Cabin Crew Union (SNPVAC) has announced two separate four full-day strikes over alleged contract violations. The strikes will take place on October 30/ November 1 and November 30/ December 2. Significant disruption to all TAP routes is expected, affecting 30,000 passengers. The airline cabin workers are claiming violations of contracts resulting […]

Community: Aristides de Sousa Mendes Conference at BCC– Fall River, MA

The Bristol Community College Holocaust Center and the Luso-American Center are presenting a conference, “Light in a Time of Darkness,” celebrating the life and work of Aristides the Sousa Mendes. Sousa Mendes was the former Portuguese Consul in Bordeaux, France, who issued visas to WWII refugees, without regard to nationality or religion, saving thousands of […]

Opinion: Really? Are you being fed too much bad news? – By Len Port

By Len Port, Contributor(*) A Times columnist recently pointed out that compared with any period in the past half century, the world as a whole is “healthier, wealthier, happier, cleverer, cleaner, kinder, freer, safer, more peaceful and more equal.” Probably true. Trouble is, that kind of news doesn’t sell papers and attract advertisers. Newspapers, television, […]

Terceira: Archaeologists identify 950 years old carved rock – Azores

A carved rock, apparently man-made, was found by archeologists on Terceira, Azores, believed to be over 900 years old. A sample of the artifact was analyzed by an American radiocarbon research laboratory which concluded that the carved rock predates the Portuguese occupation of the Azores, discovered uninhabited by the Portuguese around 1427. According to researcher […]

UNESCO: Cante Alentejano to become Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – Portugal

29 October 2014

The traditional Cante Alentejano, a polyphonic singing from Alentejo, southern Portugal, was designated by UNESCO to be listed as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The decision will be deliberated by the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage during a meeting taking place on November 24 and 28 in Paris, France. The […]

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Posted in Awards, Featured, Heritage, Music, Organizations, People, Portugal, World

Travel Alert: TAP to stage two separate strikes – Portugal

28 October 2014

The TAP Air Portugal Cabin Crew Union (SNPVAC) has announced two separate four full-day strikes over alleged contract violations. The strikes will take place on October 30/ November 1 and November 30/ December 2. Significant disruption to all TAP routes is expected, affecting 30,000 passengers. The airline cabin workers are claiming violations of contracts resulting […]

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Posted in Community, Featured, Heritage, Organizations, People, Portugal, Travel, World

Community: David Batista joins Lusitania Consulting Project – NOPA

27 October 2014

The National Organization of Portuguese Americas (NOPA) is proud to announce the affiliation of Mr. David Batista with its Lusitania Consulting project. According to Francisco Semião, project director, “As Senior Consultant, Mr. Baptista will provide his expertise to enhance Lusitania Consulting’s capacity to provide businesses and entrepreneurs from Portugal and Portuguese speaking counties with investment procurement and […]

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Posted in Business, Community, Heritage, Organizations, People, World

Community: Aristides de Sousa Mendes Conference at BCC– Fall River, MA

27 October 2014

The Bristol Community College Holocaust Center and the Luso-American Center are presenting a conference, “Light in a Time of Darkness,” celebrating the life and work of Aristides the Sousa Mendes. Sousa Mendes was the former Portuguese Consul in Bordeaux, France, who issued visas to WWII refugees, without regard to nationality or religion, saving thousands of […]

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Posted in Community, Conferences, Featured, Heritage, Organizations, People, Portugal, World

Opinion: Really? Are you being fed too much bad news? – By Len Port

27 October 2014

By Len Port, Contributor(*) A Times columnist recently pointed out that compared with any period in the past half century, the world as a whole is “healthier, wealthier, happier, cleverer, cleaner, kinder, freer, safer, more peaceful and more equal.” Probably true. Trouble is, that kind of news doesn’t sell papers and attract advertisers. Newspapers, television, […]

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Posted in Featured, Heritage, Organizations, People, World

Terceira: Archaeologists identify 950 years old carved rock – Azores

23 October 2014

A carved rock, apparently man-made, was found by archeologists on Terceira, Azores, believed to be over 900 years old. A sample of the artifact was analyzed by an American radiocarbon research laboratory which concluded that the carved rock predates the Portuguese occupation of the Azores, discovered uninhabited by the Portuguese around 1427. According to researcher […]

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Posted in Azores, Featured, Heritage, Organizations, People, Terceira, World

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