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Ichapekene Piesta, the largest celebration in the northern town of San Ignacio de Moxos, unfurls this year with some apprehension.

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Twenty years after its first publication, Diamela Eltit and Paz Errázuriz’s El infarto del alma, has been reissued by Hueders.

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Argentine sculptor, Antonio Pujia, conveys his passion through the encaustic method, an art form used by the great Mexican muralists, by the use of beeswax in paintings and sculptures. He and the technique are celebrated in an exhibition in Buenos Aires.

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Every year, Lima hosts the FIL or Feria Internacional del Libro, inviting various authors to share their stories.

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A museum that interactively tells the life of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo was opened at the Playa del Carmen resort in southeastern Mexico.

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When Carlos Fuentes and Mario Vargas Llosa, both considered integral to the “Latin American Boom” literature movement in the 1960s and 70s, asked authors to contribute to a book about “the fathers of the homeland,” they were asking for stories on political tyrants – specifically, each author’s “favorite national tyrants.”

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On June 18, in primetime, TVN premiered 62, historia de un mundial; the series shows the Chilean team preparing for that epic World Cup tournament.

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On June 22, President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, tenor Juan Diego Flórez, and Minister of Culture Salvador Del Solar presented the Ministry of Culture’s Ayacucho Waytarin plan.

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Colombia has hosted many music festivals in recent months, some with a common theme.

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Conservationists will “hug” an iconic building before seeing it demolished.

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