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    Mistura 2014: Your Guide to Getting your Grub On

    While it’s only recently received a nod from the international food community for its innovative dishes, creative ingredients and chefs who are committed to nothing less than perfection, Peru is (and has always been) a serious food country. Case in point – each September it hosts Mistura, South America’s largest and most popular food festival. This year half a million hungry food enthusiasts are expected to visit Costa Verde de Magdalena for the ten-day event which kicks off September 5.

  • Aguardiente: Colombian Fire Water

    Brazil has its cachaça, Argentina has laid claim to Malbec, Peru and Chile are perpetually fighting over who has the “real” pisco, and we all know that Nicaragua and Cuba are the places to go for top-shelf rum. When it comes to cocktail hour, Colombia is often the forgotten stepchild, without a readily identifiable liquor to help define it on the world stage.

    But just because Colombia hasn’t pioneered something with the popularity of the caipirinha or the pisco sour, that doesn’t mean this dance-crazy country doesn’t love its liquor. Does it ever. 

  • Where to See Live Music in Santiago

    If you’re visiting Santiago, Chile, and want to hear some local (or international) music, you’re in luck. You can choose from symphonic, jazz, blues, rock, indie, or traditional Chilean, in neighborhoods from Bellavista to Vitacura, and in settings as large as the 15,000-seat Movistar Arena, to standing-room-only for intimate concerts at places like the Centro Alameda’s El Living.  And if you’d like to listen to music while you eat, you can do that, too.

    Below are a list, of spots to check out for live music in Santiago, as well as tips on how to find your own.

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    VIPpalooza Brazil: Observations From Inside Lollapalooza’s Lolla Lounge

    If you’ve ever attended a concert or been a fan of music, there’s little doubt you have wondered what goes on backstage. You’ve probably even tried to sneak back there! Although there’s much more to this privileged world than you might think (and we know what you might think), if you were the third installment of Lollapalooza Brazil, which parked itself at Brazil’s Formula One Grand Prix racetrack, Autódromo José Carlos Pace (commonly referred to as Interlagos) in São Paulo last weekend, the answer would be: Not a whole helluva lot.

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