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  • Coffee; Sumatran Volkopi's blend (vegetal tones; leaves you with a hit of muscovado and a smoky lilt) from Paradise Coffee Roasters in Ramsey, Minn.; and Colombian Luis Alejandro Ortega's Caturra varietal (nectarine-like, with a zing of orange and pop of graham cracker) from San Francisco's Four Barrel Roasters.

    Bits & Bites: News You Can Eat

  • A former political cartoonist with a gift for high-concept wit, Ortega's latest show sees him returning to his roots with new sculptures, installations and ideas inspired by news clippings on subjects from the BP oil disaster to the pope's visit.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • Though officials allowed for Ortega's safe passage out of Venezuela, several months later Chávez ratcheted up the rhetoric by accusing Ortega and Costa Rica of conspiring against his government.

    Nikolas Kozloff: WikiLeaks: Costa Rica Is a Willing U.S. Partner in Central America

  • When authorities called for Ortega's arrest, charging him with rebellion, conspiracy, treason and inciting delinquency, the union man sought refuge in the Costa Rican embassy in Caracas.

    Nikolas Kozloff: WikiLeaks: Costa Rica Is a Willing U.S. Partner in Central America

  • Though officials allowed for Ortega's safe passage out of Venezuela, several months later Chávez ratcheted up the rhetoric by accusing Ortega and Costa Rica of conspiring against his government.

    Nikolas Kozloff: WikiLeaks: Costa Rica Is a Willing U.S. Partner in Central America

  • The dust has settled on the streets of Managua, Nicaragua, following Daniel Ortega's fraudulent re-election in November of 2011.

    Joel D. Hirst: Daniel Ortega to Host Ahmadinejad

  • This new year has already seen sporadic protests against now-Dictator Ortega; and there are rumors of a large march on the 9th to reject Ortega's new five year mandate.

    Joel D. Hirst: Daniel Ortega to Host Ahmadinejad

  • But in 2009, a still-controversial ruling by a court dominated by Sandinista judges gave Mr. Ortega's candidacy the green light when it ruled that not allowing him to run would violate his human rights.

    Nicaragua's Ortega Wins in Landslide

  • "What is striking is the extent of indifference and resignation displayed by much of the international community in the face of Ortega's blatant power grab," said Michael Shifter , president of the Inter-American Dialogue, a Washington-based think tank.

    Nicaragua's Ortega Wins in Landslide

  • Mr. Ortega's main opponent, Mr. Gadea, known for decades in Nicaragua as the voice of colorful radio characters, split the opposition vote with a third candidate, former President Arnoldo Alemán, a sometime Ortega political ally, who had barely 6%.

    Nicaragua's Ortega Wins in Landslide

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