Posts Tagged ‘ world cup ’
League of their own: Argentina World Cup ads
no responses - Posted 07.03.10

“Argentina has already won the 2010 World Cup. It’s just that the rest of the world doesn’t know it yet,” so wrote blogger Gringo Starr recently in great post about Argentinian television. Their World Cup adverts are certainly something else. Here are a few worth sharing… (Sorry, there are no subtitles.) First, there’s this particularly […]

Exploring Miami’s Little Buenos Aires
2 responses - Posted 07.03.10

I was in Miami on Sunday when Argentina played Mexico. I was told there was only one place for me to go: Normandy Isle, a northern part of Miami Beach known as Little Buenos Aires. My guidebook noted it was a big area for Argentinian immigrants, yet still nothing prepared me for what I found. […]

Going local with World Cup fans in London
1 response - Posted 06.13.10

France fans during the Uruguay game. Copyright Simon Way Two friends of mine in London have embarked on a fantastic project to document every World Cup game from the perspective of the nation’s fans. Photographer Simon Way and writer Angela Balakrishnan will be hanging out in Greek tavernas, American diners, Argentine steakhouses and who-knows-where-else across […]

The World Cup: it’s somewhere down south
no responses - Posted 06.03.10

I’d like to think this is a spoof, but it probably isn’t.


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