M. Caleb Lester

M. Caleb Lester

A veteran journalist, M. Caleb Lester has served as editor-in-chief of Diablo, Golden State and REITStreet magazines, and as executive editor or managing editor of California Lawyer, MultimediaWorld, Publish and SF magazines. Although his background is primarily in magazines, he has worked for newspapers (National Enquirer, San Francisco Examiner) and on television shows (Over Easy, PM/Evening Magazine). He has contributed to textbooks and is the author of the trade paperback How to Have Fun with Your Body. In 2007, he began freelancing, writing and editing books and magazine articles, and launched his own website and newsletter: www.dadmagazineonline.com.

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Lester graduated with a B.A. in political propaganda from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia


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  • The Richness of Panama
    The dichotomy between the rich and the poor is obvious in most third-world countries. In Panama, it hits you over the head like a solid-gold hammer.
  • How Things Work in Panama
    Some things just don't work right in Central America. Is it a lack of pride in ownership, a carelessness about responsibility? Is it the culturally skewed sense of Time? Why don't people care?
  • Real Estate in Panama
    I don't know about you, but I cannot afford to build or buy a nice house in Panama or Central America. Clearly, my dream is shared by others, which drives the price up.
  • Sex in Panama
    Panama has standards and customs different and often strange to North Americans. Here's what you need to know so you don't make an ass of yourself -- from cock fights to push-buttons to how to sit on a bar stool.
  • Pamana Environmental Impact Report
    Sewer systems are scarce; many homes funnel their draining water directly into the sea. Trash is everywhere -- along roads, in front yards, scattered around unused litter bins. When it comes to eco-awareness, Panama is where the U.S. was in the 1950s.

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