Among the poems about common things Pablo Neruda wrote during his lifetime are a number of odes to food: “Ode to the Artichoke,” “Ode to Tomatoes,” “Ode to Conger Chowder.” […]
Chile has long had a robust garage and psych scene, and one of the season’s most understatedly fun rock albums comes from Santiago. The four veteran musicians of the Versions […]
A Chilean skate park through the eyes of two dogs and a Black neighborhood in New Orleans
Toronto group Okan make heady, jazzy, superbly crafted music driven by two virtuosos born in Cuba’s cultural capitals: violinist Elizabeth Rodriguez hails from Havana, and percussionist Magdelys Savigne is from […]
Michael Cera searches for a hallucinogenic plant in Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus.
Friends, roommates, and Santiago, Chile
APEC protests in Santiago, George W. Bush’s exploits, and students facing down tear gas and water cannons.
Asados, choripan, jote, pisco sours, piscola, and ice cream–photos and narrative from a trip to Chile.