On June 8, Don Ray in Chiriquí Chatter published a letter from supporters of the Museo de Historia y Arte José de Obaldía Orejuela in David asking for participation in a meeting on June 23 in front of the Museum to protest the museum's lack of support from the Torrijos government.
This issue of The Panama News has a very short article (two paragraphs) on the topic as well as photos by one of the signers of that letter. Should be rather lively for a museum event!
I'm a retired American ex-pat. Living with 3 large dogs, 2 hyper-energetic kittens plus a human being somewhere does not qualify me to describe myself as single. All of us live on a 3+ acre finca outside of the pueblo itself.
As with every new stage in my life, I've found new and different things to do. One of them is filming--erratically--what I see of interest around me (and can get the cam corder in time for) and in what little traveling I do. But old joys--reading and gardening--still have their prominent places in my life.
I enjoy most people but am not social--I can go for long periods of time without seeing another human being and not feel a lack. Ergo, 3 dogs, 2 cats, and only one human. The proportion is about right although a little heavy on the human end.