Friday 9th September 2016. Theatre Guild auditions, and whats in the “Visitor”
September 9, 2016
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Three ladies join me from the Theatre Guild of Ancon on the Breakfast Show in the second hour today. It’s all about the Christmas show that they will putting on, it’s audition time this weekend, Sunday and Monday the show “Christmas Stopping”. Thanks Keither Kushner, Ingrid MacCartney (the directors) and Gale Cellucci.
And our look at some of the things that you can do here in Panama courtesy of the “Visitor” newspaper brought to us by Gabriel.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
Geneva Serrano, assistant to the mayor of San Miguelito, Gerald Cumberbatch, will be investigated by the Public Ministry (MP).
Mayer Mizrachi was taken on Thursday morning to the Thirteenth Criminal Circuit Court to be officially notified of the charge of crimes against public administration.
Ricardo Martinelli, president and chief leader of the Democratic Change (CD) party, met on Tuesday with the current secretary general of the group, Romulo Roux, to design a roadmap in order to achieve party unity.
Prosecutors and police conducted a raid in Las Cumbres targeting gang members during the early hours of Thursday morning.
The world’s largest vehicle carrier ship began its transit through the Panama Canal
The Supreme Court has annulled two resolutions of environmental impact studies that were approved for the P.H. Scala project in Bella Vista.
With an investment of 64.2 million dollars, the Social Security Fund (CSS) will build the hospital Dr. Dionisio Arrocha in Puerto Armuelles, Chiriqui province.
Anselmo “Chemito” Moreno departed yesterday bound for Osaka, Japan, where on September 16 he will face local Shinsuke Yamanaka, for the world bantamweight title, recognized by the World Boxing Council.
The Tourism Authority of Panama (ATP) approved spending $299,000 for an advertising campaign of 30-second ads that will be broadcast on 81 radio stations throughout the country.
Puerto Rican artist Ricky Martin will perform in Panama on November 17 at the Amador Convention Center (former Figali) as part of his “One World Tour”