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Instagram of the Week: Escape The Winter By Exploring Lush and Dreamy Landscapes in Puerto Rico[PHOENIX HOMEPAGE REMEZCLA]

Instagram of the Week: Escape The Winter By Exploring Lush and Dreamy Landscapes in Puerto Rico

While the winter starts creeping in, Puerto Rico continues to remain a beautiful, green oasis through the lens of Adriana Sierra, aka piramidales.

Instagram of the Week: Colorful Photo Diary of Chile by Photographer Valentina Greene[PHOENIX HOMEPAGE REMEZCLA]

Instagram of the Week: Colorful Photo Diary of Chile by Photographer Valentina Greene

From La Vega to the beach in Maitencillo, photographer Valentina Greene captures vibrant scenes of everyday life in Chile.

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From the Inca Empire to the Empire State: This Director Traces the Journey of the Quechua Language

From the Inca Empire to the Empire State: This Director Traces the Journey of the Quechua Language

When Christine Mladic Janney befriended a Quechua speaker in NYC, she didn’t know it would lead to a documentary film. Here she tells us how…

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Chicago Holiday & New Year’s Party Survival Guide: Where to Eat, Drink, Dance & More

Chicago Holiday & New Year’s Party Survival Guide: Where to Eat, Drink, Dance & More

From mega-clubs to low-key bars, these are the best parties, concerts and dinners where you can close out 2013 and ring in the New Year!…

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Mexican Designer Ricardo Seco Puts Out Epic Huichol-Inspired New Balances for NYFW

Mexican Designer Ricardo Seco Puts Out Epic Huichol-Inspired New Balances for NYFW

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The bilingual border-set TV show ‘The Bridge’ got canceled after two seasons. We loved the first season and hated the second one. Here’s why.

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