Tuesday 23rd January 2018. Canal Zone schools reunion and Feisty Foodie Sara.
January 23, 2018
Full studio this morning as we welcome in the second hour today Mark Dillon, Alex Reyes, Rowland Foise and Carlos Esquivel. It is all about the 50th reunion of the Canal Zone schools of 1968, yep 50 years! Putting it all together is Mark Dillon and it is culminating in big party at the Balboa Yacht club on the 3rd of Feb with music from “Shorty & Slim” (represented this morning by Alex) and “The Great Blues Wagon” (Rowland and Carlos). Find out more info on Shorty & Slims Facebook page.
We are also have Alex playing for us live in the studio a couple of tracks which we hope you will enjoy:
In the last hour our Feisty Foodie Sara is back with us this week and we care continuing on from last week with the use of a cast iron pan, what are we cooking up this week? Eggs! Also a look at variations on the Bloody Mary, as well as Sara’s rant for this week… When asking for a recommendation in a restaurant why the most expensive item?
The government appointed Melitón Arrocha as the new permanent representative of Panama before the United Nations (UN), in New York, United States.
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights gave the Panamanian State until March 18, 2018 to present a report on how much progress has been made in complying with the reparations established in the judgment issued on August 12, 2008, regarding to the disappearance of the political leader Heliodoro Portugal in 1970.
The survivors of diethylene glycol poisoning protested yesterday morning at the Accusatory Penal System in Plaza Ágora, rejecting the penalty agreement requested by those charged in this case.
During the next weeks the inscriptions will open to participate in the World Youth Day (WYD), which will take place in Panama in 2019.
Last year more than 3,697 cases of domestic violence were registered with the Public Ministry (MP), where 3,140 protection measures were granted to women, the entity said in a statement.
Tocumen, S.A., is signing confidentiality agreements with the owners of the land that will be purchased to build the third runway.
The sounds of the German trash metal band Exumer will join the melodies of the Chilean reggae group Gondwana, as well as the voice of the Puerto Rican salsa musician Willie González, in the 4th edition of the Panama City Hall Music festival.