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Heritage: Sue Fagalde Lick takes readers on her journey Pandemic: Portugal expects infections to rise exponentially- Update Travel Alert: Azores Airlines suspends flights to the US and Canada Porto: First two confirmed cases of coronavirus – Portugal
 

Heritage: Sue Fagalde Lick takes readers on her journey – Interview

By Millicent Borges Accardi Sue Fagalde Lick, a writer and musician, is a descendant of immigrants from the Azores Islands who spent many years in the newspaper business in California’s Bay Area. Her poetry has appeared in Rattle, The MacGuffin, New Letters, and other publications. Her chapbook Gravel Road Ahead was published in 2019 by […]

Pandemic: Portugal expects infections to rise exponentially- Update

Official numbers this  Sunday’s revealed that 14 Portuguese nationals have died victims of the COVID19 epidemic. There were 1,600 confirmed cases, 320 additional cases in last 24 hours, with 169 hospitalized and 41 in intensive care. Five patients have since recovered and 1,152 were waiting for test results. The total number of suspected cases is […]

Travel Alert: Azores Airlines suspends flights to the US and Canada – Update

SATA Azores Airlines announced on Wednesday that it will suspend all flights to the United States and Canada, due to the COVID19 pandemic. Flights to and from Boston will be temporarily suspended from March 21 until March 31. The last flight to and from Boston is scheduled for March 20. Flights to and from Toronto […]

Pandemic: Portugal to declare State of Emergency – Update

President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa is expected to declare a State of Emergency on Wednesday to further decree measures to fight the fast-moving COVID19 pandemic. The move, which follows the declaration of a State of Alert last week, would suspend and/or restrict some constitutional rights and liberties, including the right to free movement. The situation […]

Porto: First two confirmed cases of coronavirus – Portugal

Portugal is one of the latest countries to confirm two cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, Health Minister Marta Temido revealed. Two men were hospitalized in Porto and are “in a stable condition and in good general health,” Temido said. The first case is  a 60-year-old man who traveled to Italy recently. The other case is […]

Heritage: Sue Fagalde Lick takes readers on her journey – Interview

28 March 2020

By Millicent Borges Accardi Sue Fagalde Lick, a writer and musician, is a descendant of immigrants from the Azores Islands who spent many years in the newspaper business in California’s Bay Area. Her poetry has appeared in Rattle, The MacGuffin, New Letters, and other publications. Her chapbook Gravel Road Ahead was published in 2019 by […]

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Posted in Arts&Culture, Azores, Books, Community, Faial, Featured, Heritage, Interviews, People, Pico, Portugal, São Miguel, Terceira, Travel

Pandemic: Portugal expects infections to rise exponentially- Update

22 March 2020

Official numbers this  Sunday’s revealed that 14 Portuguese nationals have died victims of the COVID19 epidemic. There were 1,600 confirmed cases, 320 additional cases in last 24 hours, with 169 hospitalized and 41 in intensive care. Five patients have since recovered and 1,152 were waiting for test results. The total number of suspected cases is […]

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Posted in Azores, Community, Featured, Madeira, Organizations, People, Portugal, World

Travel Alert: Azores Airlines suspends flights to the US and Canada – Update

18 March 2020

SATA Azores Airlines announced on Wednesday that it will suspend all flights to the United States and Canada, due to the COVID19 pandemic. Flights to and from Boston will be temporarily suspended from March 21 until March 31. The last flight to and from Boston is scheduled for March 20. Flights to and from Toronto […]

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Posted in Azores, Community, Faial, Featured, Madeira, Organizations, Pico, Portugal, Santa Maria, São Miguel, Terceira, Travel, World

Pandemic: Portugal to declare State of Emergency – Update

17 March 2020

President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa is expected to declare a State of Emergency on Wednesday to further decree measures to fight the fast-moving COVID19 pandemic. The move, which follows the declaration of a State of Alert last week, would suspend and/or restrict some constitutional rights and liberties, including the right to free movement. The situation […]

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Posted in Azores, Featured, Heritage, Madeira, Organizations, People, Portugal, Travel, World

Porto: First two confirmed cases of coronavirus – Portugal

02 March 2020

Portugal is one of the latest countries to confirm two cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, Health Minister Marta Temido revealed. Two men were hospitalized in Porto and are “in a stable condition and in good general health,” Temido said. The first case is  a 60-year-old man who traveled to Italy recently. The other case is […]

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Posted in Azores, Featured, People, Portugal, São Miguel, Terceira, World

Inaugural: Joana Vasconcelos at the MassArt Art Museum – Boston, MA

15 February 2020

The MassArt Art Museum (MAAM), Boston’s new contemporary art museum, has invited renowned Portuguese artist, Joana Vasconcelos, to create a large-scale, site-specific installation for its inauguration on February 22, 2020. For the grand opening, Joana Vasconcelos will premiere some of her most vibrant sculptures, in a monumental installation, throughout August 2, 2020. Visitors of all […]

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Posted in Arts&Culture, Community, Featured, Heritage, Organizations, Painting, People, Portugal, World

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