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Peru

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  • Round-Up: Statue selfies, new Nazca Lines, the whitest superheroes

    Round-Up: Statue selfies, new Nazca Lines, the whitest superheroes
    All kinds of drama at museums in Delaware, North Miami and Washington, D.C., a discovery of new Nazca Lines in Peru, reconsidering the urban role of the Santa Ana River, psychedelic fonts, statue selfies and why liking everything on Facebook encourages...
  • Peru: Heading to Machu Picchu? Try this off-the-beaten-path trek

    Peru: Heading to Machu Picchu? Try this off-the-beaten-path trek
    A trek to Machu Picchu is a must-do for many hikers, but routes to Peru's iconic mountaintop ruins are often congested with tourists. Vaya Adventures is offering another way to reach the site, using less-traveled trails through Lares, a relatively...
  • Exploring the ancient legacies of Peru

    Where do you go for vacation when much of your working life revolves around the history of America's oldest English-speaking region? If your wife's roots lie in South America — and she's drawn by the past, too — you might find yourself...
  • Hampton Roads History heads south to explore ancient Peru

    Hampton Roads History heads south to explore ancient Peru
    Where do you go for vacation when much of your working life revolves around the history of America’s oldest English-speaking region? If your wife’s roots lie in South America — and she’s drawn by the past, too — you might...
  • What the 9/11 museum could learn from two Latin American memorials

    What the 9/11 museum could learn from two Latin American memorials
    It is difficult to say at which point during my visit to the 9/11 Memorial Museum I went from somber to irritated. Was it at the umpteenth piece of mangled wreckage? Or at one of the overwhelming displays, cluttered with everything from a man's watch to...
  • Impressive exhibition tells the story of Latin America in pictures

    Impressive exhibition tells the story of Latin America in pictures
    An injured woman is pulled out of a protest in Peru in 1960. A boy lies next to a bent bicycle, a cinematic puddle of blood pooling next to his head in Mexico City, 1958. A crowd gathers before a hanged man at a plaza in La Paz, Bolivia, in 1946 —...
  • Art Hovhannisyan returns to 'Friday Night Fights' against Jonathan Maicelo

    Art Hovhannisyan returns to 'Friday Night Fights' against Jonathan Maicelo
    If Art "Lionheart" Hovhannisyan is indeed back on the path toward putting himself into the conversation for a world title opportunity, Friday night poses an opportunity to prove just that. Glendale's Hovhannisyan will go toe to toe with Jonathan Maicelo...
  • Ceviche spots in Los Angeles area

    Ceviche spots in Los Angeles area
    Deep into summer, when a bouillabaisse or even a grilled fish seems like too much, that's the moment for ceviche. What can be simpler or more refreshing than raw fish or seafood "cooked" in lime juice and garnished with chile and cilantro? We've all...
  • World's 50 best restaurants: Noma reclaims its No. 1 title

    World's 50 best restaurants: Noma reclaims its No. 1 title
    Noma in Copenhagen was named the No. 1 restaurant on the annual list of the "World's 50 Best Restaurants" at an awards ceremony Monday at the Guildhall in London. The four-time champ reclaimed its title after Spanish restaurant El Celler de Can Roca,...
  • Getty gives $5 million to plan next PST, on Latino/Latin American art

    Getty gives $5 million to plan next PST, on Latino/Latin American art
    Fueled by $5 million in grants from the J. Paul Getty Trust, 42 museums and other arts institutions from San Diego to Santa Barbara have begun tracing the prominent Latino and Latin American strand in Southern California’s cultural DNA, including...
  • Public markets of the world

     Public markets of the world
    The Santa Fe Farmers Market sits parallel to the tracks of the historic railroad depot. As you approach, the sweet smell of chilies wafts through the air. A man is turning the crank of a metal drum of bright green Hatch peppers roasting over an open...