Argentina: Dying becomes a luxury as economic downturn hits home


AERIAL VIEW OF THE RECOLETA CEMETERY IN BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA, ON NOVEMBER 22, 2019. | AFP/CARLOS ALONSO The cost of buying, renting and maintaining graves and tombs is so high that many in Argentina are opting to cremate their loved ones instead.   Buenos Aires Times  No one can escape Argentina’s biggest economic crisis inContinue reading “Argentina: Dying becomes a luxury as economic downturn hits home”

Dear, Canada, Britain, France, Mexico, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Nigeria, Argentina,Japan, New Zealand and the rest of the world.


Dear, Canada, Britain, France, Mexico, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Nigeria, Argentina,Japan, New Zealand and the rest of the world, Despite what you read and see on television. America and Americans haven’t lost our minds or our way.  We realize you are bombarded with negative sounds and images emanating from our great nation, leaving the impressionContinue reading “Dear, Canada, Britain, France, Mexico, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Nigeria, Argentina,Japan, New Zealand and the rest of the world.”

Parenting: Age Gaps are nothing to worry about


By: Adam Shulita/ The Observer Uganda What happens when parents find themselves in a situation where there is a late entrant to the family, just about when they thought they were done with having children? Well, a lot of them would certainly begin to agonize, wondering how they would be able to fit this littleContinue reading “Parenting: Age Gaps are nothing to worry about”

Argentina: Borrando a Papá (Erasing Dad)


  By: Wendy Gosselin, The Argentina Independent “Visitation. It’s just a terrible word,” says Gabriel Balanovsky, the producer of the documentary film ‘Borrando a Papá’ [Erasing Dad]. “There are only three moments in life for visitation – when someone is in jail, when someone is in the hospital, or when you’re a divorced father going to seeContinue reading “Argentina: Borrando a Papá (Erasing Dad)”