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Music Review: Pablo Aslan – Tango Grill

Recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina, featuring a superb ensemble of tango and jazz musicians, Tango Grill, the new recording by Argentine-born, New York-based bassist Pablo Aslan, is a brilliant follow up to "Buenos Aires Tango Standards. Read More »

World Cup 2010: Rooting For An All-South American Final

Come July 11, expect to see Argentina take the field against Brazil in the final for the World Cup. Read More »

Your World Cup Primer

What you need to know to get into this year's World Cup in South Africa. Read More »

Argentinian Singer/Actor Sandro de America Dies

Sandro de America, Latin pop superstar, dead at 64. Read More »

Driving in Argentina

Fasten your seat belts (if you've got them) – it's going to be a bumpy ride. Read More »

The Last Vestige of My California Life

Vonage wasn't cost-effective, but I could never buy a Magic Jack, simply because of how annoying their website was. Could I? Read More »

Book Review: Departing at Dawn: A Novel of Argentina’s Dirty War by Gloria Lisé

Gloria Lisé has created a powerful novel showing the human side of 30,000 people's disappearance in 1976 Argentina. Read More »

Life in Buenos Aires: The Identity Crisis That Isn’t

It didn’t make sense to commute 14,000 miles to dance. In the end, I sold everything I owned to come to Argentina to live. Read More »

Are You Listening, La Presidenta? The People Have Spoken

The President of Argentina Christina Kirchner lost control of the congress in elections she pushed up, hoping to gain more control. Read More »

DVD Reviews: Animalada & Rosarigasinos

Holy sweet Jesus-on-a-stick, Synapse Films — what the hell did you dig up now? Read More »