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· March, 2007

Stories about Argentina from March, 2007

Argentina: Hyperlocal Journalism: Parque Patricios

Parque Patricios [ES] is a hyperlocal blog by journalist and photographer Gabriel Giubellino about his Buenos Aires neighborhood, you guessed it, Parque Patricios.

Argentina: Maps and Buenos Aires’ Self Image

Robert Wright explains how the evolution of the free tourist map from Argentina's Subsecretaría de Turismo over the past two years demonstrates a gradual change in Buenos Aires’ self image....

Argentina: Chinatown

Buenos Aires Weekly has some great photos of Buenos Aires’ Chinatown neighborhood of Belgrano.

Argentina: Subterranean Surfing

Pasa en Buenos Aires, the official weblogs of Buenos Aires, says that metro lines B, C, D, and E will have free Wi-Fi access [ES].

Argentina: Passenger List of Italian Immigrants in 1961

Upon discovering the passenger list of the ship Federico that sailed from Genova, Italy to Buenos Aires in March 1961, Jeff Barry asks his readers for personal accounts of anyone...

Argentina: Inflation

Robert Wright heads down to his local supermarket and compares costs on basic foodstuffs from March 2002 to March 2007. Take a look for yourself and find out why neither...

Argentina: Buenos Aires Blog Roundup

Alan Patrick rounds up the Buenos Aires blogosfera and finds a list of free wi-fi hotspots and a guide to “understanding Buenos Aires women.”

Argentina: Buenos Aires Stencil Graffiti

Robert Wright continues with his ever-entertaining narration on stencil graffiti in Buenos Aires.

Argentina, Venezuela, Iran: Nuclear Reactor

Miguel Octavio takes a look at an explosive threesome theory which contends that an Argentine-made nuclear reactor arrived in Iran with Venezuela's participation.

Argentina: Sexual Preference and License Plates

Andres Duque keeps his watchful eye on LGBT news from around Latin America with a story this week about license plates in Argentina.

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