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The DePaulia

Sabe a Zulia es un restaurante familiar establecido en 2019.

Familia venezolana huye de la persecución, establece su propio restaurante para traer el sabor de su patria

María Marta Guzmán, La DePaulia Editor-in-Chief March 14, 2022

Por tres años, Maibeilis Chan, propietaria de Sabe a Zulia, ha traído  el sabor de su tierra natal Zulia, Venezuela a la comunidad de Belmont Cragin. Sabe a Zulia es un restaurante familiar  que vende...

La belleza y complejidad del acento latino

La belleza y complejidad del acento latino

Bryan Matthew Lopez, Staff Writer September 4, 2020

El español es un idioma increíblemente complicado con dialectos regionales. Para muchos el español suena como un solo idioma y la importancia de su origen es lo que menos tienen en cuenta. Aunque como...

El presidente Donald Trump se dirige a una reunión en la Oficina Oval con el líder opositor venezolano Juan Guaidó en la Casa Blanca.

El apoyo de Trump al líder opositor de Venezuela alza preguntas sobre presuntos intereses egoístas del país norteamericano

Hillary Flores, La DePaulia Editor-in-Chief February 10, 2020

El presidente Donald Trump anunció su pleno apoyo al líder opositor de Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, durante su discurso del tercer estado de la Unión el 4 de febrero – rechazando la postura política...

El presidente Donald Trump se dirige a una reunión en la Oficina Oval con el líder opositor venezolano Juan Guaidó en la Casa Blanca.

Trump’s support for Venezuela’s opposition leader raises questions of ‘selfish-political interest’

Hillary Flores, La DePaulia Editor-in-Chief February 10, 2020

President Donald Trump announced his full support toward Venezuela’s opposition leader, Juan Guaido, at his State of the Union Speech on Feb. 4, rejecting President Nicholas Maduro’s political stance...

Women watch mariachis musicians perform during a Mothers Day block party in Caracas, Venezuela, late Sunday, May 19, 2019. Although Mothers Day was officially celebrated the previous weekend, people in the Petare area organized the neighborhood party to celebrate the mothers of their community.

No one-size-fits all experience for Venezuelan immigrants

Marin Scott, Contributing Writer May 28, 2019

As inflation in Venezuela reaches catastrophic heights amid misuse of ample oil reserves in the country, widespread food shortages, economic desperation and a spiraling political crisis, Venezuelans in...

In this photo released by Miraflores Press Office, Venezuelas President Nicolas Maduro, center left, poses for a photo with troops at Fort Tiuna, in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, May 2, 2019. Flanked by commanders, Maduro said Thursday that the military must be prepared to combat traitors, two days after opposition leader Juan Guaidó called for the military to turn against Maduro.

Venezuela’s Maduro calls for military unity after clashes

Associated Press May 2, 2019

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Flanked by uniformed commanders, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Thursday urged the armed forces to combat "traitors" as he sought to project strength after opposition...

Opposition National Assembly President Juan Guaido, accompanied by his wife Fabiana Rosales and his 20-month-old daughter Miranda, listens to a reporters question during a news conference outside their apartment, in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019.

Struggle for control of Venezuela returning to the streets

Scott Smith, Associated Press February 4, 2019

Momentum is growing for Venezuela's opposition movement led by lawmaker Juan Guaido, who has called supporters back into the streets for nationwide protests Saturday, escalating pressure on embattled President...

In this Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019  le photo, people gather during a protest against Venezuelas Nicolas Maduro and in support of an opposition leader self-proclaimed as the interim president of the country in Madrid, Spain.

Venezuelans abroad anxiously watch events unfolding at home

Vincente Marquez, Associated Press January 28, 2019

When Maria Eugenia Pirona moved from Venezuela to Spain over six months ago she had lost hope that things would get better in her homeland. A lawyer and former civil servant, Pirona had seen her...

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