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A Most Imperfect Union champions the progress and ideals of the U.S. while recognizing its missteps.
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January 16, 2015 Lalo Alcaraz and Ilan Stavans' new book isn't just hilarious; it's also important. Like all good history books, it makes a point to say something important about the present and the future.
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Argentine musician Gustavo Santaolalla has won two Academy Awards for Best Original Score for the films Brokeback Mountain and Babel.
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March 7, 2013 This week on Alt.Latino, the Oscar-winning Argentine musician, film composer and producer stops by to discuss his inspirations, his status as a rock star during the Argentine dictatorship, the most difficult instrument he's ever learned to play and, of course, his favorite music.
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March 7, 2006 An eclectic range of influences is at the heart of Latin Alternative, a music created by young players who have been raised not only on their parents' music but also on rock, hip-hop and electronica. It represents a sonic shift away from regionalism and points to a new global Latin identity.
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