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"The Crowded Hour: Theodore Roosevelt, the Rough Riders, and the Dawn of the American Century" by Clay Risen; Scribner (355 pages, $30) ___ In 1898, Teddy Roosevelt charged up a hill in Cuba and into history. Along the way, he put Tampa on the map. The Rough Riders, the volunteer unit that Roosevelt recruited and helped lead, sailed from Tampa into national legend. In "The Crowded Hour: ...
You know you’ve survived the summer when that familiar smell of roasted green chiles hits you from the supermarket parking lot.
When my plane touches down at the Desierto de Atacama Airport in northern Chile, it feels as if I've been launched out of orbit to some Martian landscape. Aside from the small terminal, there isn't another building in sight amid a panorama of parched earth.
A couple walks towards the shore of Laguna Verde in Nevado Tres Cruces National Park. (Mark Johanson/for the Chicago Tribune/TNS)
The Andean flamingo is one of the rarest flamingos in the world. (Mark Johanson/for the Chicago Tribune/TNS)
The Salar de Maricunga is the southernmost salt flat in South America. (Mark Johanson/for the Chicago Tribune/TNS)
The fishing town of Caldera is one of the few coastal population centers in the southern Atacama Desert.(Mark Johanson/for the Chicago Tribune/TNS)