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Buenos Aires (Argentina)

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  • Food demand fuels South America profits

    Soaring demand for foodstuffs, from soybeans to salmon, has helped launch a new era of growth for a broad swath of South America. While consumers worldwide face rising prices and shortages, many producers across the continent are enjoying record profits....
  • Tariff dispute unsettles Argentina

    Tariff dispute unsettles Argentina
    An atmosphere of crisis and tumbling confidence has enveloped Argentina after five years of political stability and robust economic growth. President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is facing a rancorous farm revolt in one of the world's major grain-...
  • There's lots of sizzle at the Buenos Aires Grill

    The throb of tango music, the sizzle of grilling meat, crowded tables groaning under the weight of portable barbecues loaded with short ribs, sausages and yards of skirt steak that drape over the grills' edges. We're at Buenos Aires Grill in Northridge,...
  • Underrated destinations recommended by Times readers

    Nature in the Eastern Sierra Nevadas. Art in a deep Polish salt mine. A friendly Wisconsin town. A hike with views of the Tasmanian coast. Readers have spanned the globe and discovered adventure, history and in many places, peace. Here are some of their...
  • Lawyer sues Delta over delayed trip to Argentina

    NEW YORK -- A lawyer has sued Delta Air Lines Inc. for nearly $1 million, claiming the company's incompetent and rude employees made his 80-year-old mother's birthday trip to South America a stressful, costly horror. Richard Roth said he and his family...
  • 'Lost' art tells of a love lost

    He was a celebrated painter and political agitator who put revolution before art. She was a twentysomething poet, dazzled by her charismatic suitor, David Alfaro Siqueiros, one of the leading Mexican muralists who audaciously combined public art and...
  • Additional chapters in this global saga

    Johannesburg, South Africa A holiday commemorating the struggle against apartheid keeps South African financial markets closed for the day, but Charles Leishman, a gold trader wearing sweat pants, clutches his pocket-sized electronic gizmo and checks...
  • Tips for stretching dollars on your travels

    What's the catch to using debit and credit cards in foreign countries? Credit cards usually pencil out several percentage points better than trading cash or travelers' checks. But keep in mind that when you use your card abroad -- either credit or...
  • Readers recommend: Buenos Aires tour guide, Vermont inn

    ARGENTINA No garden-variety tour Buenos Aires can be an overwhelming city -- think New York mixed with Paris. I highly recommend licensed private tour guide Marcelo Mansilla. He is enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Marcelo Mansilla, Buenos Aires; 011-15-...
  • Patagonia: Two at the tip

    They're the South American equivalents of Williams, Ariz. And why? Because Williams only matters to us tourists -- and only has all those motel rooms -- because a well-known ditch called the Grand Canyon is an hour up the road. Ushuaia, in Argentina,...
  • Monster Mash: Pasadena Symphony rift; Eli Broad narrows architect hunt; opera house's grand reopening

     
    --Sour notes: The departure of conductor Jorge Mester has split musicians and management and increased tensions as the Pasadena Symphony Orchestra tries to dig itself out of debt. (Los Angeles Times) --Top two: Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas and New York-...
  • Colombian ex-model faces drug-smuggling charges in Argentina

     
    A former model and beauty queen from Colombia is claiming her innocence of charges in Argentina that she led a ring of young female models who worked as "mules" smuggling cocaine on flights to Mexico and Europe. Authorities arrested Angela Sanclemente,...