4.6.18: Laundry, Lit & and Lunch

It’s pouring rain so we’re sticking to our own neighborhood today, taking care of business and making some new friends. First up: the lovely laundromat on Calle Estados Unidos where they play calming traditional Chinese music and have an old school steam iron that plugs into the ceiling. Next: Walrus Books where the Ditty Bops are on the stereo, there’s a pile of old Penguins, and a tiny staircase in the corner leads to a tiny attic room filled with kooky books at bargain prices. Last: almuerzo! A mega-tasty choripan (chorizo in a bun) slathered with some pretty kick ass chimichurri, both green and a surprisingly zippy red (not much spicy stuff going on in the B.A. cuisine we’ve enjoyed so far.). Also, a gigantic glass of red wine poured by Paolo’s new best abuelito buddy. Gracias, Freddy!!!!

 

Filed under: The Sound We See: Buenos Aires

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Paolo Davanzo and Lisa Marr travel the world, sharing movies and music with the masses. At home in Los Angeles, they facilitate community screenings and workshops at the Echo Park Film Center, a non-profit media arts organization.

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