Stories about Argentina from August, 2005
Expat Argentina writes of popular Argentine conspiracy theories which question U.S. intentions.
Robert of line of sight compares Mexico City with Buenos Aires.
Buenos Aires, City of Faded Elegance takes a look at the modernist architecture of Victoria Ocampo's house in Bueno Aires while GoodAirs looks at the glass-encased summertime home of ex-president Sarmiento.
Diego of Altered Argentina makes a clever and witty case for why soccer player Diego Armando Maradona symbolizes all that is Argentine.
Doug of all-encompassingly points us to the blog of Hora Clave co-host, Alejandro Rozitchner.
GoodAirs has a hyperlinked post on yesterday's 22 hour strom which flooded Buenos Aires’ streets.
Jeff Barry sums up a government project developing an online collection of audio and video materials featuring Argentine writers.
Iria Puyosa notes that beginning next Sunday, Chile and Argentina will allow the registration of domains including the characters á, é, í, ó, ú, ü, and ñ. I would assume http://www.méxico.com.mx has already been registered. Un blog con floggera thinks this is a step in the right direction in making...
Jorge Gobbi, from Buenos Aires, gives his thoughts on the inadequate media coverage of Afghanistan in Argentina and around the world.
Fernando Cassia writes in both English and Spanish about the dove invasion of one Buenos Aires neighborhood. He warns “that one has to be careful when walking around (or carry an open umbrella).”
Jorge Gobbi of Buenos Aires offers an Argentinian perspective on the so called “blogs versus journalism debate.”
Expat Argentina loves living carless in Buenos Aires.
Robert Wright from line of sight, with the help of Marcelo Metayer, has added a photoblog of Buenos Aires to complement his excellent, CC-licensed online walking tour of the city.
Jeff Barry gives a brief history of early 20th century intellectual magazines from Buenos Aires.
Just a week after Marisa posted photos from her visit to Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Line of Sight announces that he has finished a painstakingly detailed map of the cemetary which he is thinking about selling and giving a percentage to the cash-strapped cemetery.
Expat Argentina comments on yesterday's apprehension of Serbian war criminal, Milan Lukic in Buenos Aires. She believes Argentina is still struggling to shed its image as a haven for war criminals ever since Peron invited German Nazis after World War II.
Diego, writing from Buenos Aires, Argentina, continues with his third post on debt-for-education swaps in Latin America.
Buenos Aires, City of Faded Elegance recommends checking out FUERZABRUTA if you're in the Buenos Aires area.
Jorge Gobbi of Zirma takes on Buenos Aires and it's European customs and identidty.
Line of sight has put up more stencil graffiti from around Buenos Aires.
Marisa of It Takes Two to Tango has a great collection of photographs from Recoleta Cemetary in Buenos Aires.