Category: Published Articles

CHILEAN STREET ART HITS THE BOOKS

IN SOME CITIES YOU HAVE TO GO TO A MUSEUM TO SEE ART, HOWEVER SANTIAGO IS NOT THE CASE. FROM THE MURALS TO THE STREET PERFORMERS, CHILE’S CAPITAL IS ONE BIG MESMERIZING MASTERPIECE.DAVID SHARABANI HAS BEEN WORKING WITH 100 CHILEAN STREET ARTISTS TO CAPTURE IT.   SANTIAGO — “Santiago, with its deeply evolved

Amanda Barnes of ‘The Squeeze Magazine’ Hosts a Weekly Wine Fix in Santiago

Originally Written For I Love Chile FOR SANTIAGUINOS, BECOMING ACQUAINTED WITH SOME OF CHILE’S BEST WINES IS MADE EASY BY AMANDA BARNES, EDITOR OF THE SQUEEZE MAGAZINE AND WINE CONNOISSEUR. SANTIAGO — The Squeeze Magazine is an up and coming publication providing the latest updates about wine and travel in Argentina and

Celebrating An All-American Fourth of July in Santiago

Originally Written For I Love Chile CHILE CELEBRATED AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE WITH THE UNITED STATES EMBASSY, ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 24. THE UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR, MICHAEL HAMMER KICKED OFF THE PARTY WITH HARLEY- DAVIDSON AND JACK DANIELS. SANTIAGO — Independence Day is usually celebrated as a national holiday in America, on July 4.

Valparaíso Prepares For Its Close Up as it Becomes an International Film Location

Originally Written For I Love Chile  VALPARAÍSO HITS THE BIG SCREEN AS GUIDES HAVE BEEN HELPING FILM PRODUCERS DISCOVER THE COUNTRY’S DIVERSE LANDSCAPE. CHILE — Mike Fantasia, an American location manager recently took his first steps on Chilean soil. Fantasia’s most famous projects include “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the

Bachelet Reshuffles Her Cabinet Again

Originally Written For I Love Chile  MICHELLE BACHELET, PRESIDENT OF CHILE, RELEASED THE CHILEAN MINISTER OF EDUCATION. THE CHANGE WAS A RESULT OF RECENT PROTESTS, AND PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF CONCERN ABOUT THE EDUCATION SYSTEM. HOWEVER, NICOLÁS EYZAGUIRRE WILL NOW BE IN CHARGE OF THE GENERAL SECRETARY OF THE PRESIDENCY. SANTIAGO

Final Weekend For the Big Apple Circus

Originally Written For the Queens Ledger  A look under the tent The Big Apple Circus, back for the 35th year at Cunningham Park in Fresh Meadows, is leaving town after this weekend. According to general manager Tom Larson, Paul Binder and Michael Christensen began performing as street jugglers in Europe

Push to Bring Full Gambling to Resorts

Originally Written the Queens Ledger Queens elected officials and business leaders are calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to remember New York City when it comes to legalizing gambling in the state. They held a rally on the steps of Queens Borough Hall last week urging the governor to amend his

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