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Peru

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  • In Peru's Colca Valley, a birdwatcher's paradise

    In Peru's Colca Valley, a birdwatcher's paradise
    Some people head to Peru to climb Incan ruins; some go to sip pisco sours. Me, I went for the birds. The very big birds. Peru contains a staggering 10% of the world's avian population, and the Colca Valley — a stunning slice of earth notched into...
  • Perú: Premiación del tercer lugar

    <b>Per&#250;</b>: Premiaci&#243;n del tercer lugar
  • En Video: Goles Perú 4 vs. Venezuela 1

    <b>En Video</b>: Goles Per&#250; 4 vs. Venezuela 1
  • Ronaldinho brilla en Flamengo

    El siguiente es un resumen de las principales ligas de fútbol en Latinoamérica: BRASIL Luego de su buen arranque de torneo, el lider Corinthians -con 28 puntos y un partido menos- sufrió un nuevo revés al caer fuera de casa 3-2 con Avai en la...
  • Pisco Sour: At Talara, South American grape brandy Pisco hits American tastebuds

    Pisco Sour: At Talara, South American grape brandy Pisco hits American tastebuds
    Don’t let the name give you pause; yes, it's pronounced Piss-co. But you must order a Pisco Sour, a hidden gem of a cocktail featured at nuevo Latino bistro Talara in Harbor East. You’re probably thinking what I was: what IS “Pisco&...
  • Joe Surf: A wake-up call in Peru

    Remember returning to school after the summer and having to write an essay, "How I spent my summer vacation"? Axel Eaton, about to enter his junior year at Newport Harbor High School, will have some pretty good material to go on — surely more than...
  • Photographer Battles Yale Over Peru Photo

    A Glastonbury photographer claims in a lawsuit that an image he photographed in 2000 in Peru - showing an ancient stone gateway at the  famed Machu Picchu ruins in the Andes - was used in a Yale University Press book and wrongly credited to a Yale...
  • Local nonprofit wins $500K

    A Costa Mesa-based nonprofit that supports women in Uganda and Peru recently won $500,000 from the American Giving Awards. Krochet Kids International co-founders Kohl Crecelius and Stewart Ramsey accepted the cash prize and Community Builders award...
  • Museums offer holiday gift options

    Museums offer holiday gift options
    We all know that the holidays are commercialized. For those looking for an alternative to the mass pandemonium of the malls, gift shops at Chicago museums offer presents with local interest as well as artistic and educational panache. And in many cases,...
  • Lifeguarding around the world

    Lifeguarding around the world
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — In some countries, lifeguards aren't a given, and if they are, there isn't always uniform life-saving procedures in place or the equipment and infrastructure needed to save lives. "I think we take it for granted that we have...
  • Local lifeguards take it global

    When the sun is out and the weather is warm, Orange County residents flock to the beaches to surf, body board and swim in the chill Pacific without a second thought that if something happened, a lifeguard would be there to assist them. But, in some...