Mourning Hugo Chvez supporters lined streets outside the military academy for a fourth straight day today, but few were grieving just a few miles away.
In the leafy, upscale Altamira neighborhood, residents shopped, sipped coffee at sidewalk cafes, and strolled in city parks.
If you want to talk to a Chvista, you wont find one here, says Carlos Leon, a businessman. Interim President Nicolas Maduro, who was sworn in last night, is not my president.
Meanwhile, miles to the west, the red wave of supporters, a constant since Chvez died Tuesday, again waited in line for hours to bid farewell to their beloved leader. Chants spontaneously erupted: I am Chvez! and the fight …