Note: This week we’re going to preempt our usual Friday night music post and resume what will probably be a weekly feature from now on at The Latin Americanist where we take a look at what’s being said in the blogosphere. Have a great Easter weekend!
* Compare and contrast: Gothamist points out how
* Ricardo Carreon gives his view on the lunacy at
* Global Voices Online looks at what Chilean bloggers have to say on the Transantiago snafu and student protests this week.
* Guess who is running for U.S .president? Anti-immigrant legislator Tom Tancredo!
* Speaking of presidential candidates, Daily Kos has a detailed interview with Bill Richardson.
* Boz published a spot-on post Hugo Chavez’ change of heart over ethanol production.
* Several news links on
* With the 30th anniversary of the watershed miniseries “Roots” coming up, Marisa at Latina Lista suggests that it’s definitely time for a version on Latino culture to be made.
* Thankfully, Mark in Mexico is keeping us up to date over the still precarious situation in
* Could it be the beginning of the end of
* When you got to go, you got to go!
* Heck, now I feel guilty for depriving you of this Friday’s music post. As a sign of remorse (and with the hope of attending her NYC concert in Thursday) here is Julieta Venegas’ music video for “Limón y Sal”:
Links- Gothamist. VivirLatino, Foreign Policy – Passport, Wonkette, Bloggings by Boz, Latina Lista, Global Voices Online, Mark in Mexico, Latinista, Ricardo’s Blog, Publius Pundit, Daily Kos, Brazil Offside