London Company Offers Free Days to Hung-Over Employees

A music London enterprise offers free days to their hung-over employees so that they can enjoy their night life routine and have a good...

Pianist Roger Wright at Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Costa Rica

World-renowned pianist Roger Wright will perform as Guest Artist for the Season Opener concerts with Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Costa Rica at Teatro...

Celebrate Oktoberfest Twice in the Central Valley

You don’t have to be from Munich to attend these delicious German events. The Oktoberfest tradition dates back to 1810 when German Prince Ludwig married...

Costa Rican Craft Beer Guide: The Bars

Mix up your beer game with costa rican cerveza artesanal! TCRN’s got the scoop on craft bars you’ve gotta check out. While this list is...

Mantrika Festival Features Carolina Chrem

The Mantrika Festival, being held from September 21 – 29th, is to celebrate and explore the ancient traditions where we live, witness, share, and enjoy...

GUNS N’ ROSES CONCERT IN COSTA RICA

The American band, Guns N 'Roses, led by the controversial Axl Rose, announced that it will give a concert in Costa Rica.  Their debut...

Swedish Video Game Company Uses Scenes Recorded in Costa Rica for Future Games

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Avalanche Studios, Sweden's leading producer of video games such as Just Race and Renegade OPS, will use Costa...

Natalia Jimenez Defines Her Musical Journey With New Album

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Spanish singer, Natalia Jimenez, says her second solo album has lined up towards its true artistic direction...
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‘Atrás Hay Relámpagos’ Film Takes the Netherlands by Surprise

Whenever we watch a movie, the first thing we think about is summer blockbusters. Those Marvel superhero movies that gather all the attention -...

It’s Official: Costa Ricans Love a Good Festival with 85% Attendance This Year

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - This week started the Fiestas de San José, known as "Fiestas de Zapote" and it’s no wonder why...