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Wireless Audio Solutions in your Panama Home PDF Print E-mail
Panama News - Panama News Wire
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 15:25

floor plan for wireless audio systemPanama A/V offers in a Wireless Audio solution, allowing multi room, multi source audio. A perfect solution for the Panama’s concrete building construction!

The Wireless Audio system lets you stream all the music on earth wirelessly in every room of your home with control from your Android® smartphone, iPhone®, or iPad®.

In addition to playing your personal digital music collection, the Wireless audio system gives you access to millions of songs and thousands of radio stations.


    •    ALL THE MUSIC ON EARTH
    •    Hear every song you have
    •    Discover more music
    •    Play your iTunes library
    •    Get thousands of free Internet radio stations
    •    Digital music with HiFi sound
    •    No sound loss over wireless


 
Tsunami warning in Panama called off. PDF Print E-mail
Panama News - Community News
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 12:22

CR earthquake 177x200This morning at 8:42am a 7.6 magnitude earthquake hit Costa Rica. The Quake occured 80km south of the town Liberia. Due to the magnitude of the earthquake tsunami warnings were initially issued in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama.  These warnings have since been called off.

Don Winner of Panama-Guide states that the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has issued an update as of 12:02 pm local time, cancelling the Tsunami warning for the Pacific coast of Panama. 

http://www.panama-guide.com/earthquakes/

 
Columbian Paso Fino Contest at Coronado PDF Print E-mail
Coronado - Coronado News
Tuesday, 04 September 2012 08:19

 

paso fino horseThe Coronado Equestrian Center and ASOFINO invites you to share in the tradition of Paso Fino this Saturday, September 8th at a contest showing the magnificent Paso Fino horse in full form.

The Paso Fino horse is known for their smooth, natural, four beat, lateral ambling gait and are used in many disciplines, but are especially popular for trail riding. In the United States there are two main groups of horses that are popularly called "Paso Fino:" One, also known as the Pure Puerto Rican Paso Fino, which originated in Puerto Rico. The other, often called the Colombian Paso Fino or Colombian Criollo Horse was developed in Colombia. Though from similar Spanish ancestors, the two groups developed independently of one another in their home nations.

The Paso Fino has several different body types from quite small and refined to very large and powerful. The action of the two strains is somewhat different. The Puerto Rican Paso Fino is prized for its fine or delicate step while the Colombian Paso Fino tends to have more of a rapid, piston-like action.

The Paso Fino executes a natural evenly spaced four beat lateral ambling gait, similar to many gaited horses. Both the Colombian and the Puerto Rican strains of the Paso Fino execute the lateral gait naturally, without the aid of training devices.

 
MORE HANDY PHRASES PDF Print E-mail
Panama Life - Spanish Lessons
Monday, 03 September 2012 09:16

 

spanish speaking languageBelow is a list of a few more Spanish phrases you can incorporate into your program.  Try to understand the logic of why they are said the way they are.  Some are obvious, some not so obvious, and some just do not translate.  Don't worry if you don't follow the logic,  just memorize.   
 
For The Long Term:  Para el largo plazo.
 
I want to be a Spanish speaker for the long term. - Quiero ser un hispanoparlante para el largo plazo.
 
Are you going to live in Panamá for the long term? - ¿Va(s) a vivir en Panamá para el largo plazo?
 
Before or After:  Antes de, despues de, followed by an infinitive or a noun.
 
LOOKING FOR CRAFTERS! (2012) PDF Print E-mail
Panama Social - Coronado Area Social Association
Saturday, 01 September 2012 13:24

 

Coronado Area Social Association will be doing it again!  This will be the fifth year that CASA will put on the Craft and Bake Sale.  This yearly event is considered a great place to find Christmas gifts and other treasures.

Everyone is welcomed, artisans, charitable organizations, general businesses, etc. It is a great venue to let the community know that you are around. If you want to participate in this event, please let Louise Belisle know at:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The fair is scheduled  for Saturday November 3rd,  from 8:00 to 4:00  at the Coronado Mall's food court - 3rd floor  (Super 99 shopping center) , Coronado.  Great parking and easy access!  Tables are available for $25.00, which includes a table (2 ft x 6 ft) as well as two chairs.  Table coverings are the responsibility of the vendor.  Check out last year's article and pictures: http://www.playacommunity.com/en/groups-mainmenu-171/coronado-social-ass-mainmenu-172/4602-casa-2011-craft-a-bake-sale

Contact us now for more information  and  to reserve your space!    CASA Team

 
Locos Backyard Grill PDF Print E-mail
Panama Life - Restaurant Reviews
Wednesday, 29 August 2012 16:47

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Locos  Backyard Grill located in Gorgona is a good option to get  rid of the routine. You will always have fresh food and a good atmosphere, so give it a try.

 
El Palmar Surf Contest 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Panama News - Community News
Thursday, 30 August 2012 15:22
Surfing the WaveSurf club el Palmar is putting on the “El Palmar Surf Contest 2012” this weekend, Saturday Sept 1st and Sunday September 2nd, in El Palmer.The categories in which you can compete are as follows:
Body board - $15.00
Open - $20.00
Long board - $20.00
Paddle Board - $20.00
Females - $15.00
Kids - FREE
 

Sign up at: D-boerd Shop (San Carlos), Malibú Surf Shop (Gorgona), Cholos Comida Mexicana (on the Las Lajas road) and at Panama Surf School (El Palmar)
For more information on this event email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 6615-5654

 
Why you need to let PuntoG handle your computer repairs PDF Print E-mail
Panama News - Useful Information
Tuesday, 28 August 2012 15:16

working on computer keyboard

How much would someone have to pay you to spend 24 hours constantly monitoring their computer? How much would they have to pay you to carry it around everywhere you go for 36 hours straight just to see if it might require your knowing touch at 12:15a.m., 3:19a.m., and again at 5:26a.m.?

 

Believe it or not, 36 hours is the average amount of time it takes to perform even the most simplest of software repairs. For instance, in order to correctly re-install an Operating System, there is much work to be performed and much time to be spent. The first task would be to backup all of the user’s data. Depending on how many GigaBytes of data the user has, this simple process can take six to ten hours. Then, once the data is backed up, the hard drive would need to be properly erased (zeroed out). Again, depending on the amount of data on the drive and the erasing method employed (secure versus quick and non-secure), this process can take anywhere from three to 48 hours. Keep in mind that during both of these processes – the backup and the erasing – one must stay vigilant for errors, and any user intervention. And if power to the computer is lost, you’d have to start the erasing procedure all over again.

 
The Gringo Rodeo PDF Print E-mail
Panama News - Community News
Tuesday, 28 August 2012 09:37

Panamanian RodeoThe Gringo Rodeo is back in town! Sunday September 2nd starting at 4:00 p.m., the Tate family is putting on their annual gringo friendly rodeo. Last year almost 3000 people attended the event. Admission is only $5.00, beers are under a dollar, and there will be popular Panamanian foods for sale. Music and dancing will go on all day, with a special performance in the evening by a well known tipico musician, Jonathan Chaves.

 
Photos from the August Playa Party with DJ Orleez & Brujo PDF Print E-mail
Panama Life - Photo Galleries
Monday, 27 August 2012 14:29

fire jugglerLast weekend’s Playa Party featured some very talented guests, DJ Orleez and fire juggler Brujo! We captured some great moments from the party which can be found on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/Playacommunity/photos.

If you have yet to like us on facebook visit http://www.facebook.com/Playacommunity, and like our page for up-to-date information on the latest and greatest events happening in the beaches area. Thanks to everyone who made it out, and thanks to the wonderful team at Picasso Bar & Restaurante!

 
August Playa Party at Picasso PDF Print E-mail
Panama News - Community News
Friday, 24 August 2012 13:30

Playa PartyTomorrow, August 25th, is Playa community's third Playa Party at Picasso Bar & Restaurante. The party will kick off at 8:00 p.m. with lounge and electro music from some great local djs. As always there will be prizes up for grabs from playacommunity.com. For more info on the event, check our event calendar or email Kara at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
August Mixer at Picasso PDF Print E-mail
Panama News - Community News
Thursday, 23 August 2012 12:52

August mixer at Picasso barLast night’s mixer, Aug. 22, was a huge success thanks to the wonderful team at Picasso Bar & Restauante and everyone who came ready to party. We played games, shared laughs and had great conversations. We have some great shots of the community enjoying the night… pictures are posted on our facebook page.

Check out the photos at: http://www.facebook.com/Playacommunity/photos

If you have yet to like us on facebook, visit us at: http://www.facebook.com/Playacommunity and like us for updates on whats going on in the community. 

Thanks again,

From the playacommunity team 

 
What to do if you’ve been stung by a scorpion in Panama PDF Print E-mail
Panama News - Useful Information
Wednesday, 22 August 2012 11:42

scorpion-stingThere are 16 species and subspecies of scorpions in Panama. Of these 16 species none have a deadly venomous sting. However, their stings can still be painful, worrying and life threatening to some. Infants and those already frail in health can be affected far worse by a scorpion’s sting, and they are likely to need hospitalization if stung. Generally a person in good health should recover without a visit to the hospital - with some acceptions (when in doubt check it out). 

  What to do if you’ve been stung:

- Take a single dose of antihistamine (benadryl) and analgesic (acetaminophen). 
- Wash the affected area with soap and water.
- Ice it for several hours .
- Antihistamine, corticosteroid, and analgesic ointments can help ease pain. 
 
Sancocho PDF Print E-mail
Panama Life - Recipies
Tuesday, 21 August 2012 14:16

Panamanian-Sancocho-1024x768 120x90Sancocho is a traditional Panamanian chicken soup, usually served with rice. Panamanians say it helps you cool off on hot days, despite the fact that it is a hot soup. It is also said that this soup is great for preventing a hangover. There are many different variations of Sancocho, this recipe will give you an idea of the key ingredients… you might want to get creative and add your own touch to it!

 
Ink Fest Panama 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Panama Life - Art and Artists
Monday, 20 August 2012 13:13

 

panama-inkfestThis past weekend, Friday August 17th – Sunday August 19th, Playacommunity was at Ink Fest Panama 2012. The event was held in El Dorado, at the Palacio Dorado in Plaza Mirage. The three day convention was set up in a Chinese style banquet hall. The hall was transformed into a showroom/concert hall/tattoo parlor/bar in which hundreds of tattoo enthusiasts watched, waited or browsed.

 
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