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Anger was the emotion he felt upon seeing the vandalism."People who don't have any heritage don't care about history.
This is depressing and we're very angry about it," Taylor said.
She has spent the last 36 years turning her Old San Juan house into a shrine to personal expression.
In the sixties and seventies—so the story goes—Jan D'Esopa's was the scene of every kind of high jinks imaginable and unimaginable.
If you stroll to the highest point in Old San Juan you will find a green-painted building that at one time served as the captain's quarters for the Spanish artillery.
Mc Gee: I read somewhere that NASA's sending data to the moon at 662 megabits per second.
[to his friends] Bloody corgis got into the liquor cabinet again!
Members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans were horrified this week to find several historic grave sites dating back to the Civil War destroyed by vandals.
Sons of Confederate Veterans Louisiana Division Commander Thomas Taylor said vandals broke several gravestones at Tennille Cemetery in Monroe near the University of Louisiana at Monroe.Old San Juan today is a modern city in most senses: it has cars, television, T-shirt shops.