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  • Since in this area chisme is a blood sport it's entirely possible that ALL of the individuals about whom these stories are told are members in good standing of the Bar in some location up NoB.

    questions about the Lake Chapala Society

  • A ridiculous fabrication but "chisme" - gossip - whether real or made up is one way Cubans cope.

    Cecilia Alvear: Mr. Castro, Mrs. Schwarzenegger and Me

  • Or how about the latest "chisme" from the office of one "COUNCILMAN LAST SEEN SUPPORTING LIQUOR LICENSE FOR THE MERCADO AS JOSE HUIZAR"?

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • I refer to cultural patrimony not as physical artifacts specifically, but as rich traditions, music, and language - smelling abuela's tamales at Christmas, learning how to dance Duranguense in our small kitchen, listening to the chisme of my Tias over coffee, and much more.

    Adrián Aldaba: (Re)claiming Raíces: The Struggle Against Cultural Amnesia

  • And in this community, chisme -- gossip -- travels faster than the news on the airwaves.

    Stephen Salinas: Everyday Heroes Building Stronger Communities

  • Without my mother to barter for things we needed with her currency of shared history, overzealous laughter, and hot chisme, I was shortchanged and ignored.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • What we can put together is that one of the women thought that chisme a rumor was being spread about her.

    Brownies

  • CNN, the RSS feed on MexicoConnect's home page, online and fishwrap newspapers, local television stations, or the guy down the street with all the good chisme?

    News Media and Mexico

  • The more interesting chisme is that she might get her own reality show on MTV:

    VivirLatino

  • Ai, Latin@s in the house, my friends.:: teary eyed:: this little piece of chisme history?

    VivirLatino

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  • (1) noticia verdadera o falsa, o comentario con que generalmente se pretende indisponer a unas personas con otras o se murmura de alguna.
    (2) baratija o trasto pequeño

    October 24, 2007