The Kirkiri crew debates over animal rights and feelings.
Kalinchita . brings you one of the all-time classic, most delightful Christmas carols for beginning guitar players.
Arancha, who works in a second hand clothing store, shares with us her passion for all things second hand.
Our tour guide, Marisa, takes us to the famous Retiro Park- the Central Park of Madrid, Spain.
Morena wards off a flirtatious co-worker's advances as Gardel is greeted by an unexpected visitor.
Carolina explains some common errors she has noticed among her students in order to preclude us from making them ourselves.
The mansion is in an uproar as Luisa confronts Federico with her suspicions about his philandering.
In the aftermath of Milagros' catfight with Andrea, Milagros' job and Andrea's relationship with Ivo are both at stake.
The discussion about the growing trend of apartment-swapping in Spain continues.
Our hostess at Baja Beans in Pescadero, Baja California tells us a bit about their coffee's roasting process.
Listen to Chico Trujillo singing "Quémame los ojos" (Burn my eyes), a song full of love, despair, and heartbreaking feelings.
Learn how to open a bank account in Spanish with Raquel.
As Morena rectifies the gas situation for Yago, the doctor's prognosis for Lucio looks glum.
Check out the video for Colombian music artist, Cynthia Montaño's upbeat single, "Chontaduro."
See how the traditional Mexican coffee known as "café de talega" (the word "talega" means "sack" or "bag") is prepared.
Libia from the Castell D'age Winery in the Penedès region of Catalonia, Spain shares with us about the industry and production of some of Spain's great cavas and wines.
Learn the chord with which the song, "Happy Birthday," is sung at http://kalinchita.com/.
Always controversial and entertaining, Calle 13 takes us to a very special party.
Because the Spanish words/expressions "haber" and "a ver" and "si" and "sí" sound exactly the same, their very different meanings are often confused. Spanish teacher Carolina enlightens us as to their differences.
Inés Alomia speaks to us about the role gastronomy has historically played to bring people together in her native Colombia.
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