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What Happened Next? The Good, the Weird and the Ugly of Coming Out of the Pot Closet

Kiri Westby | Posted 06.18.2014 | Parents
Kiri Westby

The moment we admit we toke up, there are a whole slew of assumptions and images based on stereotypes. If we call ourselves potheads, then the term loses power and legitimacy.

Happy Birthday, HuffPost Spain!

Montserrat Domínguez | Posted 08.07.2013 | World
Montserrat Domínguez

Telling, opining, or analyzing what is happening is no longer the job exclusively of journalists or of daily columnists: on HuffPost, anyone is invited to do it, just as they are on Twitter and Facebook. Thank you, bloggers; thank you, readers. HuffPost Spain would be impossible without you.

El Huffington Post: A Bold and Innovative Conversation Between the U.S. and Spain

Alan D. Solomont | Posted 08.08.2012 | World
Alan D. Solomont

We are living through very difficult and challenging times, with much attention on Spain as this country struggles to get its economy moving again. The launch of El Huffington Post represents yet another way that today's global challenges are pulling us closer in partnership.

El País: El Huffington Post Is Born

El País | Posted 06.07.2012 | Media

In May 2005, Arianna Huffington launched a new kind of website, where blogs and reader contributions constituted the core content. The Huffington Post...

PHOTOS: El HuffPost Launch Behind The Scenes

Posted 06.07.2012 | Media

El Huffington Post, HuffPost's newest foreign-language edition, went live early Thursday. The Spanish-language site, based in Madrid, is helmed by fo...

¡Hola! Introducing El Huffington Post

Arianna Huffington | Posted 08.07.2012 | Media
Arianna Huffington

¡Hola! I'm delighted to announce the launch of El Huffington Post, a partnership with El País that will combine the Huffington Post's signature mix of news, blogging, community, and social engagement with El País's legendary journalistic traditions.

Welcome to El Huffington Post

Montserrat Domínguez | Posted 08.06.2012 | Media
Montserrat Domínguez

Faithful to the spirit that turned the Huffington Post into an essential daily read for millions of U.S. readers, El HuffPost aims to explore the new possibilities offered to Spanish society by a 100% online medium.

Introducing El Huffington Post

Capital New York | Posted 12.12.2011 | Media

The Huffington Post has just signed a deal with Spanish newspaper El Pais to produce a new version of the caffeinated news brand Arianna Huffington ha...