Venezuelan rock band Viniloversus just released a live album that took me to the brief, precious time when Caracas had a true alternative music scene, just before the collapse
Forced to become a globetrotter, she ended up writing a book in English about the country she left behind. This is the story of Liz Prieto.
In this episode of the Venezuela Diaspora Project, Juan Andrés Lattuf explains his journey from a kitchen in Venezuela to becoming a successful restaurateur in Spain
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In Venezuela, we’re used to giving away our ID number and even showing our identity card in all kinds of situations, which makes us vulnerable to thieves and the regime
Some musicians want our traditional instruments to become global and technology is the key to that. This is the story of Luis Colmenares, a luthier from Maracay now living in Minnesota
The almost extinct bolívar is about to experience its third metamorphosis in 13 years. It's unavoidable but most likely useless
Two elder writers in Eastern Venezuela, a photographer in Paris… the ruling elite is suing citizens who pose no danger for the regime. The abuse of power goes beyond staying in control, it’s also used for personal matters
In the incipient negotiations, there must be a seat for those who can really help improve living conditions for most Venezuelans
The Venezuela Diaspora Project is back. Chubeto interviewed Alicia Castillo Holley, who went from being a researcher at Universidad Central de Venezuela to becoming a successful angel investor based in the San Francisco Bay Area
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