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  • Orinoco Back Patio
    Hard to find, easy to fall in love with: Venezuelan food in Harvard Square
    Cambridge is known for many things- Harvard, good sushi, prime shopping spots- but on that list you would likely not expect to hear Venezuelan food. At least you probably wouldn’t until you took a trip to Orinoco. Tucked in a quaint alleyway...
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    U.S. may face same voting problems as Venezuela thanks to the use of Smartmatic
    Voting audits start today in Venezuela. The Venezuelan National Electoral Board (CNE) promised to make a partial audit of the April 14 election giving Nicolas Maduro a marginal victory. Theyhope to complete close to half of the recounts by the end...
  • Guasca
    Wonderfully stuffed at Guasaca
    I’ve been insanely spoiled by a recent trip to Asheville, eating my way through 12 Bones Smokehouse barbecue, Kubo’s sushi,Chai Pani Indian food, and topped with a celebratory, indulgent tapas experience at Executive Chef Katie Button...
  • Caracas and Cachapas y Mas: Venezuelan street fare on both ends of Manhattan
    Caracas and Cachapas y Mas: Venezuelan street fare on both ends of Manhattan
    For many New Yorkers, arepas are no more foreign than dumplings; wander along the countless street fairs in the summer and you'll find a stand selling arepas, or corn cakes, served with cheese.However, your experience of this Venezuelan staple...
  • Curiara
    Arepas on Grand
    The crispy finish to this traditional dish makes the signature dish at Caracas Arepa Bar one to trek through snow and ice-covered sidewalks for. Nestled on the bustling block of Grand street between Havemeyer and Roebling streets, lies an...
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