Articles By Andrew S. Vargas
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'Brujos' Is a Slick Web Series About Gay Latino Brujos That You'll Never See on Network TV
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In This Satirical Web Series, a Texas Oil Tycoon Schemes Ways to Exploit Afro-Mexican Identity
As Trump Threatens Mass Deportations, Central American Governments Stay Conspicuously Silent
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Meet María Sabina, the Oaxacan Curandera Who Brought Magic Mushrooms to '60s Counterculture
Mexico's Beloved Torta Cubana Isn't Cuban, But Fidel Castro May Have Invented It
Ecuadorian Chocolatiers Are Taking the High-End Chocolate World by Storm
A Head Wrap Becomes a Lightning Rod For Massive Debate on Cultural Appropriation in Brazil