Eva Schloss to Speak in Aruba: Historic evening with Anne Frank’s Step Sister

Ultimately, both girls and their families were deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp.

Peru’s Rotisserie Chicken is Here

In the United States roasted chicken is a popular dish, now visitors can have a taste of their favorite home-dish, but with the Peruvian twist.


Dems thwart Senate Republicans on 2 abortion-related bills

"It almost defies belief that an entire political party could find cause to object to this basic protection for babies,'' the Kentucky Republican said.

Crackdown on immigrants who use public benefits takes effect

But no one lined up one recent weekday morning, and there were just a handful of people inside.

New enforcement operation focuses on meth trafficking hubs

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Acting Administrator Uttam Dhillon visited Atlanta to announce the launch of Operation Crystal Shield.



Thousands caught in floods in Indonesia’s sinking capital

Indonesia's meteorological agency is predicting rain for the next two weeks.

6 European nations report virus cases with Italy link

Croatia also confirmed its first case Tuesday in a man who had traveled to Milan.

German man drives car into Carnival crowd, injures 30

He is being investigated on suspicion of attempted homicide.


Recycled Folk Art Episode (56) – LVI

The first is down cycling and the other upcycling.

Fishing in Aruba is on fire

February continues to bring good weather to Aruba.

The Krosshart Project: Putting Their Stamp on Aruban Arts and Culture

A “cultural disconnect” in the sense that there seems to be a challenge of diffusing Aruban cultural traditions to the next generation.