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Concert Review: Pianist Rosa Antonelli, NYC, 10/24/2012

The Argentinian pianist charms the crowd at an intimate concert downtown with works by Piazzolla, Albéniz, and more. Read More »

Book Review: The Crime of Julian Wells by Thomas H. Cook

A mystery of identity, a journey into the maze of a mysterious life where darkness was the only thing that he knew. Read More »

Book Review: Perla by Carolina De Robertis

A victim of Argentina's Dirty War might hold the key to a woman's past. Read More »

Interview With Edgardo David Holzman, Author of Malena

Edgardo David Holzman explains why he wrote his first book as fiction and about Argentina's Dirty War Read More »

Eight Days in Argentina, Part 3

Glaciers and icebergs and lamb, oh my. Read More »

Eight Days in Argentina, Part 2

I have always felt that a society where you're expected to linger over dinner or drinks is a society that has something going for it. Read More »

Eight Days in Argentina, Part 1

Don't cry for me... Read More »

DVD Review: And Soon The Darkness (2010)

Sure it’s bad — but it goes by really fast if you hit that funny little “FWD” button. Read More »

Book Review: Death as a Side Effect by Ana María Shua

Traditional conflicts and contemporary issues drive novel set in a dystopian near-future Buenos Aires. Read More »

Music Review: Axel Krygier – Pesebre

New sounds from Argentinian Axel Krygier combining jazz, rock, electronica, cumbia, native folklore and experimental music. Read More »