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Dining, Fresh Eats Choose Your Own Arepa at The Palace

Choose Your Own Arepa at The Palace

Chef Manny Torres Giminez celebrated his one-year anniversary at The Palace just last month. Giminez, whose restaurant resume includes A16, SPQR, Quince, and Coi, became well-known for his affordably priced tasting menus at his prior stints at Mr. Pollo and…
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Dining, Eat Arepas on the Run

Arepas on the Run

In the taxonomy of sandwiches — the grinders and the pita pockets, the panini and the smørrebrød — there is one commonality that separates the sandwich from all other classes in the handheld food phylum: the bread. The Venezuelan arepa…
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Music, Los Amigos Invisibles attempt ‘Commercial’ success

Los Amigos Invisibles attempt ‘Commercial’ success

In case you weren't aware, Los Amigos Invisibles are from Venezuela. It's a fact the band has mentioned in every one of its previous album titles. The New Sound of the Venezuelan Gozadera, Arepa 3000: A Venezuelan Journey Into Space,…
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Film, Reps Etc.

Repertory Film Listing

Compiled by Michael Leaverton and Hiya Swanhuyser. To submit a listing, e-mail Artists' Television Access. "Video Resistance: Works by Oliver Ressle": Screenings of Venezuela from Below and The Fittest Survive on Jan. 31 and 5 Factories — Worker Control…
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Calendar, Night&Day

This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

Wednesday, September 24, 2003 Last year wasn't a good year in Venezuela. The democratically elected president, Hugo Chavez, was ousted by a military coup, protesters were shot dead, and television stations became rebellious. Kim Bartley and Donnacha O Briain, two…
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Dining, Social Grace

The Wretchedness of Regulars

Dear Social Grace, My partner and I eat at a certain restaurant one or two times a week, spending $60 on each visit. Recently, as we were finishing our dessert and coffee, the host asked us if we would mind…
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