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All posts tagged "Bolivia"

  • Featured
    Bolivia’s Cocaine Bar

    As drug abuse is rising at an alarming rate, some places are lifting a ban on marijuana,...

  • Entrepreneurship
    Ridgewood Market’s Cosmic Night Bazaar

    With its third anniversary this Saturday, Ridgewood Market, an artisan market is having a Cosmic Night Bazaar...

  • Entertainment
    Three Landmarks That Will Inspire You To Visit Bolivia

    While planning a trip to Latin America, it is easy to overlook less commonly mentioned Bolivia, but before you dismiss it altogether, consider these three landmarks: The highest navigable lake on earth, Lake Titicaca was a sacred place during the Inca period. Yungas Road is known as the “World’s Most Dangerous Road.”...

  • Entertainment
    Five Pet Peeves That Shouldn’t Deter You From Traveling

    If you love to travel, nothing and no one will get in the way of that. But if you’ve only recently uncovered the wanderlust(er) in you, then it’s easy to get distracted. As opposed to getting annoyed by the little imperfections, prepare for them, and make a decision to not let them...

  • Entrepreneurship
    In Bolivia, Kids Are Having to Work As Young As Age 10

    Money is a way to sustain us in life. Money, for some, it defines our status quo. Money for others means to have just enough to get food on the table. Money comes in all values and has a different meaning to everyone. So what is so wrong about money these days?...

  • Featured
    Piranha-like Fish Attack in Argentina

    It is not every day you see something interesting that happens at the beach, but lately, fear has struck. Recently, near Rosario, Argentina, as many people are swimming out into the ocean, they were bitten by piranha-like fish. Unfortunately, some men, women, and children, had toes and fingers amputated while several dozen...

  • Entertainment
    14th Havana Film Festival NY (@HFFNY) Opening Night

    The 14th Annual Havana Film Festival New York (HFFNY) runs April 12-19 The Havana Film Festival New York (HFFNY) collaborates with Havana’s International Festival of New Latin American Cinema to introduce its audience to prominent and emerging filmmakers by showcasing the latest award-winning films and classics from and about Latin America, the...

  • Trendspotting
    Hispanic Heritage Month: Bolivia

    Check out the fun facts about this Hispanic country!

  • News & Politics
    MOVIE REVIEW: Even the Rain/Tambien Las Lluvias

    John Rodriguez talks about Gael Garcia Bernal's new film!

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