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BUSH OUT! word. watched the inauguration last week (i think it was last week? i’ve been working too much and losing track of time) and it was truly a great moment. I have been waiting for this day for EIGHT … Continued

mauricio macri

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Macri Buenos Aires just voted for a new governor and the winner is Mauricio Macri, who is currently president of the city’s famous Boca football club and represents Buenos Aires in the Lower House of the Argentine Congress. Yesterday was … Continued

taxistas huelga

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HuelgaOriginally uploaded by elizajanecurtis we tried to take a taxi to the Juana Molina show on Friday night and ended up in a crazy huge traffic jam approaching Avenida 9 de Julio. After a half-hour sitting around listening to honking … Continued

protest and desaparecidos

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March 24th is a public holiday in Argentina, the Day of Memory for Truth and Justice. It is a day of protest in Buenos Aires to remember the “desaparecidos,” 30,000 people who were “disappeared” during the military dictatorships in Argentina … Continued


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Today it’s four years since the beginning of the war. I remember before it started we all talked so much about trying to stop it from happening. We talked about how wrong war is, in the most abstract way. We … Continued