Earlier this summer Kris Rios and I published a documentary on the websites of the Guardian and Univision about the public health crisis gripping Puerto Rico. The converging issues of heroin addiction and HIV have overwhelmed the local government’s resources Non-profits groups try to fill the void, but the problem persists. In our film, we […]
Any tried and true foodie in Buenos Aires is an assiduous follower of Chef Diego Felix’s’ closed door restaurant, Casa Felix. Typically, however, his inspired pescatarian eats are only available a few months out of the year in Buenos Aires while the rest of the time, the Felix clan travels through Argentina, San Francisco, New York, Puerto Rico, and Latin America, generally, hosting closed door diners around the world. Luckily for all of us here in Buenos Aires, his contemporary yet distinctively regional fare can now be found in private events around the city as well thanks to the super exclusive Oasis Clubhouse.
I recently took a trip to Puerto Rico where I spent most of my time in and around Rincon on the Northwestern end of the island. There were fantastic waves coming in from the Atlantic to the north that had surfers swarming like anxious bees around where we were staying, but the Caribbean side of the coast just a few miles down Route 413 was unbelievably calm and quiet, just a few Medalla-sipping souls dotting the beach with their frolicking dogs.