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Another protest? Really?! It’s hard to go more than a couple of days in Buenos Aires without running into some kind of political demonstration. The causes vary — energy costs, workers’ rights or gender equality, but their presence has become

We all knew it was coming, but the moment has now finally arrived. Starting at midnight tonight, taking a taxi in the City of Buenos Aires will be 15 percent more expensive. Best not splash out on those extra

The City of Buenos Aires is no stranger to abandoned architectural marvels, but there are several that stand out as particular odd and unknown structures that are currently gathering dust in numerous corners of Argentina’s capital. From bygone infrastructure projects …

The owners of the theatre El Método Kairo, located in the heart of Buenos Aires neighborhood Palermo were left devastated after returning to the theater in the morning only to find the roof had caved in.
According to one …

Donald Trump who only hours ago shocked the world with his presidential victory, has another surprise to share. He, or at least a development firm with his name, will be inaugurating a mega tower here in Buenos Aires, blocks from …

There is controversy brewing in the City of Buenos Aires neighborhood of Colegiales, where residents are up in arms about a planned plaza that will also have retail outlets and a huge parking garage. Why the objections? Neighbors say the …

Yet another protest brought Buenos Aires city centre’s streets to a halt for the second time this week. It seems that new austerity measures are not being met kindly among the Argentine public and protests are becoming evermore commonplace. Not …

Are you free on Friday? If not, cancel all your appointments because the AFIP tax agency is organizing the sale of a set of consumer products that for some reason or another didn’t make their way through Customs. And there …

The world may have its eyes on the election taking place in the north, but November 8th has a different significance in Argentina — The Day of Afro-Argentines and African culture, thanks to a relentless fight to establish law 26.852

Travel on Line A of the City of Buenos Aires’ subway was brought to a grinding halt for four hours yesterday when armed robbers stormed a carriage at Carabobo Station, in Flores, only to be confronted by a police officer …