With the support of Torino Capital, Falcón will face Maduro in the elections for the Venezuelan presidency
“Travel safe!” It has become a nearly reflexive wish I give to friends who are coming or going. This fall, I noticed myself holding back from saying it to Michael, a dear friend who was wrestling with incurable cancer. The journey metaphor was too poignant.
Brazail’s Chapeco will build a memorial to the victims of a plane crash in Colombia that killed almost its entire soccer team, and will name a plaza after Medellin in a display of appreciation for the city’s heart-warming response to the tragedy.
The religious missionaries who arrived in the early part of the twentieth century can be associated, or even blamed, for this cultural shift.
I received an email this week from a researcher based in Los Angeles, who I wanted to interview. _I hope to be ...