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I love my countries, but I think we should start seeing other people

This morning as I sipped my coffee and read ProPublica journalist Sebastian Rotella’s comprehensive article (link below) about the latest democratic crisis in a place that’s now my second home, I was struck by his phrase “Argentina, a country for … Continue reading

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The walls have ears (and noses, eyes, bears, fish, aliens, astronauts…): the Graffitimundo of Buenos Aires

Two enormous burgundy bears prepare to fight on a corner in Palermo.  Nearby, a black-and-white pixilated Jack Nicholson in The Shining pops out of a wall to stare at a wild world of colorful spray-painted body parts.  A few kilometers … Continue reading

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