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“Who is in charge of public works and monuments?”

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Last year, the search for the fifth cenote of Chichén Itzá began and it seems that the team of explorers are on the brink of locating this important archeological discovery.

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Argentinian Inés Katzenstein will be stepping up as the new curator of Latin American Arts for the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), as well as be directing the brand new Research Institute of Patricia Phelps of Cisneros for the Study of Art in Latin America.

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Although the holiday known as Carnaval is widely associated with Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and New Orleans in the United States, the city of Cajamarca in northern Peru is known for its own colorful, energetic and exciting celebration as well.

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Puerto Rican Ednita Nazario shares her life story and experiences in her book called “My Life” and her album of the same title.

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Seven years after her death, the Argentine poet, singer, and composer, María Elena Walsh (1930-2011), now has her own foundation: the María Elena Walsh Foundation (M.E.W).

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The novel Temporada de Huracanes by Mexican author Fernanda Melchor has become a hit sensation across Latin America, now reaching Chilean shelves.

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Like many Peruvian bands, the indie group Dan Dan Dero has found greater success abroad, specifically in Colombia, than its home country.

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“How would the Cuban people react if, suddenly, a billionaire from Dubai offered to buy their island for five billion dollars?”

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–Written by Chris McCallum– Celebrated Chilean poet Nicanor Parra passed away on January 23 at the age of 103. He collected all the most coveted prizes of Latin American literature as well as being a candidate for the Nobel Prize in Literature. A recluse during his final twenty years, he more than made up for

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