It´s curious how Latin American people remember their childhood. We all remember some parts of it, by watching TV, a few songs from the radio or probably our school. The old cartoons are probably some of the good memories we will ever get, and some of them are still part of your memory, mainly when you recall the theme song. Well, most of the cartoons in Spanish during the 80′s and maybe part of the 90′s were created by a man named as “Capitan Memo” who visited Panama recently, and Butter, el del Butterfest met him
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Panama was invaded by Zombies on October 28th. The event promoted by Rob Rivera and ButterFest Media was a total success. The walk started by Parque Urraca in Avenida Balboa and ended outside of the Unplugged Bar in Avenida Uruguay. For more information on this activity visit Jorge Yau's blog, Rob Rivera's Blog and Butter's Blog. Also, you can see pictures at the Photo Gallery of the Portodiao Network and Butter's official Gallery.
15 August 2006
Jenny Carrasquillo wrote a blog post on a subject that most people don't talk about… How to Travel In Panama…good advice, really interesting. Business people investing in Panama and general tourists will appreciate what this article has to offer specially if you're a Real Estate investor which spends a lot of time going to the airport and travelling around, even if you're a backpacker you will appreciate these observations.
The Panama Real Estate blog has an interesting article about how Donald Trump has fallen so much in love with Panama that he is building a $220 Million, 65 story (2.4 Million square foot) hotel/condo monoliths called the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel & Tower in a posh Panama City neighborhood. Why is Trump doing this in Panama of all places? Read the article.
14 August 2006
2 August 2006
Eric Levy has built the reputation of a very popular and smart Geek in Panama. The Jewish, Panamanian comic-book creator has developed a new event that started almost 5 years ago in his backyard…known as the Butterfest. Tonight the Butterfest is turning into a commercial endeavour for Eric. Visit the Butterfest blog to see his ramblings, messages and crazy interviews. Don't forget to stop by Discoteca Buzz tonight and be part of the history. On stage several new bands, Cinema Arte and Hacienda Libre de Bruce Lee featuring Gonzalo Horna.