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Arts & Culture
The Dodgers' first-baseman is a positive force for his community - whether in Mexico or back in LA.
Born in Mexico and raised in the U.S., journalist Alfredo Corchado writes about the reality that connects the two countries he calls home.
A Nobel Prize-winning author returns to his rural home town in this dark Argentine comedy.
A lesser-explored region of Argentina offers a variety of under-the-radar riches.
A look at Buenos Aires world-clases arteBA fair.
The Argentine chef brings campfire cooking to the world.
The latest novel from Argentine author Samanta Schweblin explores motherhood, illness and ecological violence.
Raúl Gallegos traces the roots of Venezuela's current collapse along the lines of its oil-laden history.
These 5 beach-filled films from Latin America are worth your time this holiday weekend.
The new Spanish-language drama is two parts telenovela, one part political commentary. Will U.S. audiences care to watch?

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