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  1. Lollapalooza to Expand to Colombia With Fall FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | WSJ Media and Advertising

    The festival franchise, which marks its 11th anniversary in downtown Chicago this weekend, will make its debut in Bogota in the fall of 2016. It's part of a steady international expansion that began in 2011 for the partners behind Lollapalooza: founder Perry Farrell, concert promoter C3 Presents, and co-owner William Morris Endeavor Entertainment.

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  2. Upmarket line Oceania Cruises creates culinary land toursRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Examiner.com

    Cruise vacations no longer are just about lounging poolside and enjoying ocean views. In recent years, cuisine has taken center stage on many cruise lines that offer celebrity chef-inspired menus and dining venues, and shoreside excursions that immerse passengers in local foods and customs.

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  3. Bolivia Tripling Size of its Subway in the SkyRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Voice of America

    Cable cars travel over La Paz, Bolivia, July 23, 2015. Bolivia has the largest urban cable car system in the world.

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  4. Buenos Aires Beatles have been busy in Canada and are coming to Qualicum BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Parksville Qualicum News

    A Beatles revival tribute band from Buenos Aires, Argentina that currently calls Parksville home will be performing at The Shady Rest in Qualicum Beach Saturday, August 1. Now & Then has been billed as the next best thing to the English rock band that became arguably the most successful act of the 20th century. The four musicians arrived in Parksville May 12 and since then they have been busy putting their stamp on the repertoire of the legendary rock group and creating their own Beatlemania.

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  5. The pope's 'staycation': Letters, trip preparation fill his daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Anthony Messenger

    Returning to the Vatican in the midst of a heat wave after an eight-day, three-country trip to South America, Pope Francis took the kind of vacation he said he prefers: what has become known as a "staycation." With the exception of a July 21 meeting with a group of mayors from around the world and the Sunday recitation of the Angelus, Pope Francis' schedule was cleared of meetings, audiences and public appearances July 13-Aug. 4. August is the heart of vacation time in Italy and at the Vatican, so the pope's schedule will continue to be lighter than normal, but he will resume holding his weekly general audiences Aug. 5. In the meantime, he is "serene and happy," said Msgr.

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  6. Journey's end for 55-year road tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    More than 50 years after they came agonisingly close to completing "the ultimate road trip", three adventurers are set to return to Alaska in a bid to finish the last leg of the 40,000-mile journey in the same battered Land Rover which almost took them across the Americas. By December 1961, a small team of Cambridge graduates, squashed into a Series 2 model, had travelled for 15 months along the Pan-American Highway.

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  7. Vultures' spat turns into legal labyrinthRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 25 | Buenos Aires Herald

    With only two weeks to go before the presidential primaries, the legal conflicts between the government and the "vulture" funds are starting to pile up, as the open fronts against holdout bondholders continue to increase at a time when none of the main presidential contenders have put forward a plan on how to deal with the growing legal battle in US courts. PRO presidential hopeful Mauricio Macri's recent change of stance on several issues included tougher words against the holdouts, closer to those espoused by Victory Front contender Daniel Scioli, implying any kind of resolution would not be imminent after a new president is sworn in.

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  8. Enter stage southRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 25 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Despite his youthful 19 years, Bogot transplant Juan Prada knew he wanted to be on the stage. After studying acting in Argentina, a decade on and he now teaches the craft he learned, besides acting in and directing independent theatre productions.

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  9. 5 ways to have fun without your own horseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Horse and Hound

    You don't need to have your own horse to be involved in equestrianism - volunteering is a great way to get your horsey fix without having to fork out. You get to make a positive difference, too, and that's pretty awesome.

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  10. Christie and SIA Interactive Dazzle Audiences at Tecn polis ArgentinaRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 23 | Digital Post Production

    Christie 1 DLP projectors recently played a strategic role at Sensorium, the stand designed by SIA Interactive for Argentinas Ministry of Tourism at Tecnopolis in Buenos Aires, Latin Americas biggest exhibition of science, technology, industry and art. The star attraction at Sensorium was a state-of-the-art 4D projection dome measuring nine meters across and equipped with six Christie 1DLP DHD800 projectors.

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  11. Mexico's Tigres advances in Copa LibertadoresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Bangkok Post

    Mexican side Tigres advanced to the final of the Copa Libertadores with a 3-1 home triumph over Brazil's Internacional, booking a showdown with Argentina giants River Plate. Tigres' Andre Gignac heads home a goal against Internacional during their Libertadores Cup semifinal second leg match in Monterrey, Mexico, on July 22, 2015 Inter led 2-1 after the first match in the home-and-home semi-final, but Tigres erased that edge by half-time on a goal by Andre-Pierre Gignac in the 17th minute and an own goal from Geferson in the 40th.

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  12. &Beyond Expands to South AmericaRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Travel World News

    Following its significant growth and operating success in South Asia, luxury experiential travel company &Beyond is now expanding its portfolio to include a third continent with the launch of &Beyond South America. World-renowned for its magnificent landscapes and pristine wildlife areas, this continent offers truly authentic and extraordinary guest experiences.

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  13. CFK, Scioli vow to work for 'more Argentina for all'Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Buenos Aires Herald

    With the presidential primaries just around the corner, President Cristina Fernndez de Kirchner led a rally in the province of Buenos Aires joined by governor and presidential hopeful Daniel Scioli, also sending some messages to BA City Mayor Mauricio Macri who was forced to acknowledge some key government policies following the tighter-than-expected results in the City's elections on Sunday. Today's rally took place in the Buenos Aires province locality of Cauelas where Ms.

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  14. Dedication, that's what you need - to become a double round-the-world record-breaking bikerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Mirror.co.uk

    So when Rhys Lawrey was offered a highly paid bartending job which would have made him the Tom Cruise of Las Vegas and set him up for life, his answer was obvious. Fifteen months later, I caught up with him in Belfast in the last few days of an epic journey which had seen him ride 56,000 miles, visit 71 countries in six continents, and set two world records - for being the youngest ever round the world rider at 23, and for visiting 51 consecutive capital cities, all the while raising money for The Prince's Trust.

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  15. Bolivia: Private tour includes colonial cities and, yes, a stay in an AirstreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Los Angeles Times

    Explore Lake Titicaca, colonial cities and the wild, natural scenery of Bolivia on an eight-day private tour by Cox & Kings. The South American nation is one of the world's most diverse, known for its geographic, topographic, climatic and biological variety.

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  16. Ap Photos: Editor selections from Latin AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 19 | Cybercast News Service

    Mexico mounted an all-out manhunt for its most powerful drug lord, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, who escaped from a maximum security prison through a tunnel leading from a small opening in the shower area of his cell. The widespread operation that included highway checkpoints, stepped up border security and the temporary closure of an international airport failed to turn up any trace of Guzman.

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  17. Obituary: George Bohm / International engineer for WestinghouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 17 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    George Bohm was an engineer, a world traveler and a scholar, but above all, he was a supportive, invested father and friend. Mr. Bohm was born in Mendoza, Argentina, to Austrian parents.

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  18. Report Published: 'Argentina Hotels: Market Update'Read the original story

    Friday Jul 17 | PR-inside.com

    Summary The report presents detailed data on market growth dynamics for the hotels market in Argentina. It also provides data on market drivers and indicators, along with leading companies and industry news in Argentina hotels market.

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  19. Jul 16, VISA Requirement for Indian passport holder living in the Cayman IslandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Bella's Bolivia Blog

    We are planning to travel to Bolivia in September. We hold an Indian passport and currently live in Cayman Islands on a work permit.

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  20. A three-course Argentinian dinner for rugby nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | The New Zealand Herald

    Tonight the All Blacks take on the Pumas, inspiring us to think about an Argentinian feast. Chef Ray McVinnie recounts his recent trip to Buenos Aires and has a three-course Argentinian-inspired dinner for you to recreate at home.

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