Steven Totten

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REVIEW Carmen Sandiego – Ciudad Dormitorio

By 10 November, 2014

Carmen Sandiego’s latest album Ciudad Dormitorio is a testament to the fact that the Uruguayan band is born of a millennial generation. The album’s opening track, “Generación 2002,” makes that last statement a no-brainer, but it’s the Uruguayan... Read Article

Sarita Colonia, Saint of the People

By 28 November, 2012

Though it’s the most dominant and abundant religion there, Catholicism in Latin America has never been cut and dry. Since the Spanish Conquest, the Christian religion has amalgamated itself to suit the needs and desires of the people... Read Article

Miguel Grau: The Gentleman of the Seas

By 10 October, 2012

Wartime demands an insurmountable amount of sacrifice from those who are fighting it; so much so that enlisted men and women are scarred from the experience, whether physically, psychologically or, very often, both. Such intensity makes those who... Read Article