Columbia continues to try to switch its leading industry from cocaine production to tourism, sometimes with nasty overlaps. (Matador)
Martin Scorsese’s next project will have him directing a short film for superbrand Chanel. (My Fashion Life)
After seven deaths, thousands homeless, and hundreds of tourists stranded, Maccu Picchu is returning to normal after disruptive mudslides damaged nearby cities and shut down rails and roads leading to the ancient site, which will now reopen April 1st. Ironically, the old Inca site survived the rains untouched. (CNN)
Anyone up for a remake of “The Graduate” by Wes Anderson? (Flavorwire)
After killing Hitler, Quentin Tarantino may be freeing the slaves next. What can’t that guy do? (Vulture)
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