Today’s Solutions: May 21, 2024

Santiago Chile

Chile’s president moves to, and improves, run-down part of Santiago

A country’s head of state can seem far removed from the boots-on-the-ground work that has a tangible and visible effect on average citizens’ lives. For most of us, the gradual progress of policy changes can seem invisible, and we can feel a great disconnect between our lives and the legislative Read More...

Chile’s capital opens Latin

Chile’s capital opens Latin America’s largest electric bus corridor

As a massive metropolis with more than five million residents, it’s no surprise that the Chilean capital of Santiago is facing some serious problems of air pollution. But that may soon change as the country’s government has recently opened what is billed as the first electric bus corridor in Read More...

The secret of Santiago

The secret of Santiago

Only the first 10 pilgrims arriving in Santiago de Compostela can get a free meal. But what if you’re eleventh and you play dumb? Max Christern | Jan/Feb 2009 issue Minus wants to experience it just once. And he thinks he’ll make it today. It is 6.30 p.m. on a Saturday evening; the autumn sun Read More...