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  • She remembered the viejita then, the one they called Chavela, and remembered the way her cigarette hung from the corner of her mouth while cracking a tray of ice cubes on the porch railing of her blue house, which was the same way Tío Angel’s frajo hung from between his lips.

    Their Dogs Came With Them

  • Because a few people have asked: Chavelaque pronounced shah-vey-la kay is a construction that I made up in college, a sort of bilingual pun on "Cheryl K": "Chavela" was my name in high-school Spanish class, which a few friends adopted as a pet name, and "que" in Spanish means "What?"

    News 'n' Notes

  • Just last year, Buika worked with the 91-year-old legendary gun-toting singer Chavela Vargas.

    Buika: The Voice Of Freedom

  • Just last year, Buika worked with the 91-year-old legendary gun-toting singer Chavela Vargas.

    Buika: The Voice Of Freedom

  • Just last year, Buika worked with the 91-year-old legendary gun-toting singer Chavela Vargas.

    Buika: The Voice Of Freedom

  • Just last year, Buika worked with the 91-year-old legendary gun-toting singer Chavela Vargas.

    Buika: The Voice Of Freedom

  • Just last year, Buika worked with the 91-year-old legendary gun-toting singer Chavela Vargas.

    Buika: The Voice Of Freedom

  • Just last year, Buika worked with the 91-year-old legendary gun-toting singer Chavela Vargas.

    Buika: The Voice Of Freedom

  • Just last year, Buika worked with the 91-year-old legendary gun-toting singer Chavela Vargas.

    Buika: The Voice Of Freedom

  • Just last year, Buika worked with the 91-year-old legendary gun-toting singer Chavela Vargas.

    Buika: The Voice Of Freedom

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    June 27, 2010