Radio Guest List—San Juan, Puerto Rico—June 4, 2016
This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from the San Juan Water Beach Club Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico has a rich cultural background, meshing together different traditions, architectural styles, and foods, creating the distinct style associated with the region and its people. Professor Luis Agrait, History Department Chair at The University of Puerto Rico, stops by the show to talk about the diverse backgrounds of the Puerto Rican people. Wilo Benet, Chef and Owner of the restaurant Pikayo, talks about the distinct taste of Puerto Rican food. Nuria Sebazco, TV Reporter for Telemundo Puerto Rico, talks about the Zika Virus and how the fear factor has affected Puerto Rico. Stella Nolaso, a well known fashion designer, talks about the styles of Puerto Rico and what has caused her designs to stand out in the U.S. There’s all of this and more when the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from San Juan, Puerto Rico on June 4, 2016.
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Roger Dow, President and CEO of The U.S. Travel Association, drops by to talk about the Visa Waiver Program and Trusted Traveler Programs.
Professor Luis Agrait, History Department Chair at The University of Puerto Rico, stops by to talk about diversity in Puerto Rico, the blending of cultures, and the food.
Andy Rivera, Founder of the Puerto Rico Historic Building Drawings Society, discusses the volunteer base of the program and gives insight into the many tours the program offers.
Carolyn Spencer Brown, Editor-in-Chief of Cruise Critic, stops by the show to discuss the current advancements in the cruise industry.
Wilo Benet, Chef and Owner of Pikayo, drops by the radio show to talk about what distinguishes Puerto Rican cuisine from other flavors.
Nuria Sebazco, TV Reporter for Telemundo Puerto Rico, talks about the Zika Virus, what not to be afraid of, and what the element of fear is doing to tourism in Puerto Rico.
Celina Noqueras Cuevas, writer, cultural creator, and trend forecaster, talks about street art and the local scene of entrepreneurs in Puerto Rico.
Stella Nolasco, well known fashion designer, talks about what separates the looks and styles of dresses in Puerto Rico and what makes her designs so popular in the U.S.
By Kandice Martellaro for PeterGreenberg.com