Headlines:

Tennis

I came late to tennis, only starting to play when my son was 11 years old. I had played the game only infrequently during most of my adulthood favoring soccer more than tennis. I was a soccer referee for 14 years and wanted to dedicate time to that, but at some point it didn't fit my schedule. Then I discovered the game of tennis. As the great writer David Foster Wallace said it is, 'the most beautiful sport there is...

July 20, 2019 by Jose Sueiro

Read more

The Buenos

It has given me great joy to once again share time, energy and affection with Daniel and Coco Bueno. For over 14 years as Publisher of El Latino, 'Danny' was my landlord, primary advertiser and contributor to the newspaper. He...

July 19, 2019 by Jose Sueiro

Read more

Helping Microfinance Clients to Save: Are Incentives a Solution?

Authored by Jeff Paddock and Santiago Sueiro. This post originally appeared on NextBillion‘s Financial Innovation blog on January 26th, 2017. It formed part of NextBillion’s January focus on microfinance. At...

Read more

Save The Date

Washington DC's Iconic Latin Music Empresario

I first met 'Dani' selling albums outdoors on the corner of 14th & Park Road NW when there was a big empty lot there. Now it's the commercial center that...

Read more

New Look, New Purpose

Metrodiversity.com is a portal that represents the work, ideas and thoughts of Jose Sueiro and those who share common interests and curiosities. Together with partner and collaborator, Omar Cornelio, we've been posting to this site now for over 10 years.

Read more
Banner 468 x 60 px