Embrace of the Serpent’sCiro Guerra will be the executive producer of a new show
A group of researchers found the first outlines of a society with democracy in Latin America, its origin is not a European phenomenon and it existed before the invasion of the Spanish empire.
The world celebrates the King of Pop’s birthday on August 29th
What are some of the galleries featured in one of the biggest art events of the world?
The work of Octavio Paz offers a great universal curiosity, because it is interested in many areas, has very authoritative opinions, very informed in all types of subjects.
When visiting Bogotá, be sure to include MAMBO in your itinerary
Visiting one of the wealthiest cities of Brazil doesn't mean you have to spend all of your savings trying to have a good time
Whit out these women, South American poesy wouldn’t be what it is today
More than 40 Latin American and Hispanic art exhibitions and events will invade Southern California in the United States, as part of an initiative called Pacific Standard Time: LA / LA.
Mexican filmmaker Esteban Arrangoiz Julien, whose short film "Ensueño en la Pradera" won the Silver Bear of this category at the Berlinale, calls out for culture.
This book promises a faithful look at World War II in the Pacific
From Bolivia, this author brings us stories full of magical realism, science fiction, and truths between the lines
About how and why this happened, what it means, and how to make sure it never happens again
The lack of interest shown by the young LatAm population might be the cause of extinction of the culture, tradition, and history of the region.
Lima it’s truly an international city, with a wealth of sights, tastes and activities that connect the present with its ancient past (all on a relatively inexpensive budget, of course).
For the first time, nominations for Album of the Year do not include any white males
The nominees for next year’s edition of the biggest film awards from the Spanish speaking world have been announced
New research shows the Amazon was partly shaped by indigenous peoples thousands of years ago.
Proud of being an Oaxacan indigenous woman, the soprano María Reyna González shares the sounds of the Mixe language to the world.
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