A conversation with John Turner of Chicago's Bad Axe about the band's long lost recording.
The Chilean government confirms it sent a document to the judge investigating the poet's death, two weeks after General Pinochet came to power in 1973, stating that "third parties" were probably involved.
Thousands of documents have been released in the last 15 years, but many key details have yet to be made public.
Sure, he relied on cheating and deception to get the job done, but Gaylord Perry had one of the most amazing careers of all time.
Last Saturday night, some 20,000 people marched from the Polytechnic to the city's US embassy to both commemorate the students' battle against the CIA-backed junta of the 70s and to link it to today's struggles against austerity and state oppression.