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Friday, April 4, 2014
 Like many Puerto Ricans, Ani Cordero shuttled between the mainland U.S. and the Caribbean while growing up. On the prolific singer-instrumentalist’s latest project, Cordero curates a collection of socially conscious songs from 20th-century Latin America. Many writers and nations
Monday, March 31, 2014

Latin American Film Series opens with Marcelo Machado’s documentary

In 1964, Brazil’s military overthrew their country’s government and The Beatles’ music
Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009

Haih…Or Amortecedor (Anti-)

Brazilian music in the ’60s is remembered for great samba and bossa nova, but alongside those rapidly evolving sounds was a superb rock band. Os Mutantes constructed their own tropical psychedelia from misunderstandings of the Beatles and other global pop heroes of the era. Absent for 30 years, Os Mutantes has returned, not as a toothless oldies act on South America’s county-fair circuit, but as vital artists, picking up the...