Residents of Rione Luzzatti never expected it to become a tourist destination. Then Elena Ferrante set her bestselling novels there.
Argentina’s capital hopes to revitalize part of its riverfront, but critics say the plan is socially exclusive, too commercial, and environmentally risky.
Pricey downtown real estate and safety concerns are among the factors.
Activists in Buenos Aires seek to improve conditions by including marginalized neighborhoods on official maps.
Fabián Zurita started hiking in 1950. Sixty-five years later, he’s still introducing city kids to Ecuador’s natural beauty and encouraging them to test their limits.
For 20 years, members of Ballet 40/90 have entertained audiences in Argentina’s capital, rediscovering a passion many assumed they had outgrown.
As the last novel in the author’s acclaimed Neapolitan series is published, a native sheds light on growing up there.
Valparaiso, Chile's third-largest city, is tackling its garbage problem with a new fleet of brightly painted trucks.
The media project Mundo Villa chronicles life good and bad in the informal settlements of Buenos Aires.
Broadcast from inside a mental hospital, Buenos Aires' Radio La Colifata challenges preconceptions about mental illness.
By stirring pride in Ecuador's history, the tour group Quito Eterno contributed to the revival of its capital city.
The popular jogging group Runners Venezuela wants to reclaim the streets after dark.