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A Culture Clings to Its Reflection in a Cleaned-Up Soap Opera

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Pitting Heaven and Earth in a Fierce Andean Rite

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As Populations Age, a Chance for Younger Nations

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New Wave of Mexican Immigrants Seems Unlikely

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After Fire, Some in Brazil Fault Sense of Fatalism

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Wave of Violence Swallows More Women in Juárez

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Buenos Aires’s Historic Heritage Slips Away

Buenos Aires’s Historic Heritage Slips Away - NYTimes.com

Despite unbelievable mix of cultures that were deeply influenced by European Latin America, Argentina managed to create its own unique culture that is unlike other countries. Influences are visible in many aspects but if to talk about Argentina all national difference come to one word “Argentinean”.

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Negro? Prieto? Moreno? A Question of Identity for Black Mexicans

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Headbanging in Bolivia to the Flutes of Yore

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His Friends Know Him as Petroswickonicovick

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Oldest man in the world, Jiroemon Kimura, dies aged 116

the world's oldest person Jiroemon Kimura smiling as he celebrates his 116th birthday at his residence in Kyotango city in kyoto prefecture

This vintage Remington is the same kind Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings used. Writer Matthew Solan stays inspired by collecting/using the old-school keyboards favored by famous authors such as this one.