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  1. Machu Picchu in Peru's Andes mountains.Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Nevada Appeal

    In honor of Archaeological Awareness Month, the Nevada State Museum will present Andean Prehistory: The Archaeology of Ancient Civilizations in Peru from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, when Hal Starratt, a WNC anthropology professor, will present about travel, archaeology, ancient cultures and civilizations. When North Americans think about the prehistory of ancient South America, the Inca civilization immediately comes to mind - then we don't go any further.


  2. Relatives of missing Mexican students take protest to ArgentinaRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | USA Today

    Four family members of the 43 students who went missing in Mexico last year protest outside the Mexican embassy in Buenos Aires to mark the eight-month anniversary of their relatives' disappearance. Video provided by AFP Relatives of missing Mexican students take protest to Argentina Four family members of the 43 students who went missing in Mexico last year protest outside the Mexican embassy in Buenos Aires to mark the eight-month anniversary of their relatives' disappearance.


  3. Derek Cheng: My bowel runneth overRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Your butt cheeks instantly tighten, your breath quickens and your eyes bulge in dread. Nothing turns a traveller pale with fear like the unmistakable growl of an upset tummy in the developing world.


  4. City double-decker tourist buses faces slumpRead the original story

    Yesterday | Buenos Aires Herald

    The bright yellow buses, crammed with visitors, are a common sight across Buenos Aires City. Yet despite the ubiquity, in recent months a falling number of visitors to Buenos Aires are believed to be opting for the familiar open-top buses that since 2009 have offered a "Hop On, Hop Off" tour service through a local government scheme with private bus companies.


  5. Bolivia in final training stage for Copa AmericaRead the original story

    Monday |

    The Bolivian national team is now in the final training stage for Copa America, the oldest South American football competition, to be held from June 11 to July 4 in Chile. Bolivian team coach Mauricio Soria said on Sunday that so far 27 players have been included in the list but next week four players will be left out, reports Xinhua.


  6. Kirchner Cultural Centre unveiling more like a rehearsalRead the original story

    Sunday May 24 | Buenos Aires Herald

    The good news: with works done up to 93 percent, according to authorities, the highly-awaited Kirchner Cultural Centre finally opened its doors for a long due show of magnificence. The bad news: for all its worth, it's a work in progress.


  7. Posting a message for cultureRead the original story

    Saturday May 23 | Buenos Aires Herald

    The new Kirchner Cultural Centre officially inaugurated last Thursday is destined to become a city landmark long beyond the current political cycle and therefore deserves to be judged strictly on its own merits. Quite simply, this capital owed itself a new cultural icon - Buenos Aires could not continue much longer into the 21st century with the Coln Theatre as its supreme symbol for the world of culture.


  8. Adaro Art holds grand openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Walton Sun

    South Walton's 2015 Artist of the Year, Juan Francisco Adaro, hosted a Grand Opening celebration at his newly-opened gallery at Uptown Grayton May 13. This is Adaro's first gallery in the United States. The gallery offers works by not only Adaro, but also works by two other artists who have been previously honored with the distinction of being named South Walton Artist of the Year - Michael McCarty and Allison Wickey - as well as works by seven other artists.


  9. Tuberous begonias add pop of colorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | HeraldNet

    The year was 1956. I was 8 years old and my family was on vacation on the California coast.


  10. Carroll: More than meets the eye in custody caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Aspen Times

    Mother's Day isn't my favorite holiday, although not because I don't cherish my children's impeccably messy homemade cards. Rather, overpriced brunches where they whine instead of eat and I spend the duration mopping up their spilled juice with nonabsorbent cloth napkins don't necessarily evoke the warm and fuzzies.


  11. Buenos Aires: Paris of the sultry PampasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | The New Zealand Herald

    The passionate people of Buenos Aires love to dance. It's a desire embedded deep in their cultural psyche.


  12. South America cycling couple's pet dog goes blind and start crowd-fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Daily Mail

    Kira Purlyte could not bear to leave behind her dog Tulku when she embarked on cycling the Pan-American Highway A globetrotting couple has launched a campaign to raise money for the treatment of their blind four-legged travel companion. Lithuanian-born Kira Purlyte and partner Sven have travelled 6,000 miles along the Pan-American Highway with their pet West Highland Terrier Tulku, but the pup has fallen ill and become blind due to cataracts.


  13. Three very different productionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Cornish Guardian

    THERE are three shows on the Carn to Cove circuit this week, two of which are travelling to Cornwall from up the country. Firstly, Whitehouse Productions are visiting for the first time.


  14. Argentina, the Paul Singer Hater, Plays Cut-Throat Creditor TooRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | The Washington Post

    Argentina's left-leaning leaders have spent a decade vilifying investors who refuse to take massive losses on defaulted government bonds. Yet they have been similarly unforgiving toward the debt of a socialist ally: Cuba.


  15. Cocktail of the Month: Peru Meets BoliviaRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | The George Towner

    Anyone who follows my column knows about my love affair with pisco, which started when I lived in Peru. Little did I know then that pisco has a Bolivian partner-in-crime called singani.


  16. Richard Bangs' South AmericaRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    The travel writer seeks out the continent's most revered sites and natural wonders.


  17. Tim Vickery's Notes from South America: shameful behaviour ruins showpieceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | World Soccer

    Leonardo Ponzio, right, Leonel Vangioni of Argentina's River Plate grimace in pain after pepper spray was thrown at them from the stands. High farce and low morals sullied one of the showpiece occasions of South American football on Thursday night, when, with a place in the quarter finals of the Copa Libertadores at stake, the Buenos Aires super-classic between Boca Juniors and River Plate was abandoned at half time .


  18. Things To Do In Argentina: Tourist AttractionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Geeky Traveller

    Argentina is a large country in South America famous for its tango, the pampas and beef consumption. Less well known is the fact that the highest peak in the Americas, Aconcagua, lies on its western border and that the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, is located on its lower shore.


  19. The Museum of Modern Art presents the first museum survey of Grete Stern and Horacio CoppolaRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Art Daily

    The Museum of Modern Art has organized the first major exhibition to examine the individual accomplishments and parallel developments of two of the foremost practitioners of avant-garde photography, film, advertising, and graphic design in the first half of the 20th century: Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola . From Bauhaus to Buenos Aires: Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola is on view May 17 through October 4, 2015, and features more than 300 works gathered from museums and private collection across Europe and the Americas-many of which have never before been exhibited in the United States.


  20. LDS leaders gather to dedicate Argentina's 2nd templeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | KSL-TV

    Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints dedicated a new temple in South America on Sunday. The Cordoba Argentina Temple became the 145th LDS temple in the world and the first of five LDS temples scheduled to be dedicated before the end of 2015.