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· March, 2006

Stories about Argentina from March, 2006

Images from Argentina: Perito Moreno Glacier

“Glacier Perito Moreno with Mountain, Argentina” by Tyuzo. Argentina's Perito Moreno Glacier has been in the international news lately as it takes stage during the unfolding drama that is global...

Argentina: Indie Online Radio

unaRadio is an online radio station based in Argentina which describes itself as “a free medium to distribute the work of independent artists in Spanish and other languages.” You can...

March 24 in the Argentinean Blogosphere

Last friday, march 24, marked 30 years since the beginning of the last military dictatorship in Argentina. There were plenty of reasons to remember this date, which stated the beginning...

Argentina: Pablo Dacal

Enjoy the tango-influenced melody of Fantasía, a downloadable track by Argentine bilingual musician, Pablo Dacal.

Finnish and Spanish Paper Mills Generate Tension in Latin America

The following was originally written in Spanish by Javier from Gualeguaychú, Argentina. The last few months have seen an escalation in tension between Argentina and Uruguay due to the construction...

Argentina: Video of Interview about Blogging

Anibal Rossi has posted a video (ES) on Dialógica of an interview with Alejandro Rozitchner (ES) and Julián Gallo (ES) about blogging in Argentina.

Argentina, Spain: Holy

Fernando Casale features Holy, an experimental Argentinean musician living in Spain. As always, songs are available for download.

Argentina: Learning from the Past with Art

In a week focused on the past, Robert Wright recounts his trip to an exhibit at the Centro Cultural Recoleta on the dictatorship from 1976 to 1983. “The idea is...

Venezuela, Argentina: Mommy Bloggers Unite

For much of the tech-centered, Spanish-speaking blogosphere, Meibell (ES) is most well known as the wife of veteran, Venezuelan-turned-New-Yorker blogger, Sebastian Delmont. But Liz Henry says that Meibell is taking...

Argentina: Buenos Aires Blogging Moms

Liz Henry has an introduction to Buenos Aires’ mom bloggers who will be meeting up this Thursday. Judging by the comments on Turca's blog post, it should be a good...

Argentina: Mate

Santiago explains the etymology, social etiquette, and history of that most famous Argentine infusion, mate.

Argentina: Mendoza's Stencil Graffiti

Robert Wright explains that he hasn't been posting is usual collections of Buenos Aires stencil graffiti lately because the pickings have been slim. So instead, some stencil graffiti from Mendoza.

Argentina: Mundialmente

Fernando Casale has an update (and some sample tracks) of the Argentine-Brazilian band Mundialmente. If you like their music, send them an email says Casale.

Argentina: Buenos Aires in 3D

Argentine media professor, Julian Gallo posts slides (ES) of a 3D overlay of Buenos Aires for Google Earth created by architecture student, Ezequiel Galotti.

Argentina: Turpentine

Fernando Casale can't stop listening to the new EP of Argentine indie group, Turpentine. You can listen to it yourself as all seven tracks are available for download.

Best Latin American Weblog: The Cooking Diva

It seems, at times, that the only phenomenon growing faster than the explosion of weblogs themselves are the self-proclaimed award ceremonies that recognize their propagation and increasing cultural influence. Amid...

Argentina, Uruguay: Diplomacy and Celebrity

Diego is back with his semi-annual post from Buenos Aires. Just back from a trip to Uruguay, he explains how actress Tara Reid plans on saving the world, one party...

Rolling Stones and U2 in Argentina

The most commented-upon issues of the moment in Argentinean blogs are music related; in the same week The Rolling Stones and U2 visited this country to perform two shows, each...

¡Feliz Día de la Mujer!

You certainly don't need to speak Spanish to feel the raised hairs on your neck as you watch this moving video, edited by Argentine blogger Malearg, which recounts the progress...

Argentina: Mayor Convicted of Mismanagement in Nightclub Fire

Jeff Barry has two descriptive posts of protests by opponents and supporters of Argentine Mayor Anibal Ibarra who was given a pink slip yesterday after a court convicted him of...

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