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Unless you’ve been hiding out under a rock for the past few weeks, you’ll know that today, (June 14) the long-anticipated Russian World Cup is kicking off. With everyone keeping their fingers crossed for Argentina, there’ll be plenty of opportunities

Tango. It’s synonymous with passion, chemistry, melancholy, and a whole host of stereotypes which work to craft an image of a dance traditionally charged with drama and emotion (as well as being just a little bit machista).

Whether you’ve …

Immigration is one of the most contentious and divisive topics in the world, with migrant populations often finding themselves victims of suspicion and derision by their host nation. Sadly, Argentina is no different. While the immigrant population in Argentina is …

As the cold kicks in, and the skies cloud up (again), it’s time to start thinking about hygge-fying your life. You know, that lovely Danish concept — in English, roughly translated as the art of coziness — including lots …

A drawback of living in Buenos Aires is that it’s geographically far from pretty much everywhere else. Fortunately, people from ‘everywhere else’ are right here in Buenos Aires, transforming the city into an international hub for the cultures of Latin …

After an extremely volatile week in Argentina economically, politically, and socially, the weekend is here once again to offer us a brief, and much needed, respite. While the forecast does still appear to be cloudy (in every sense of the …

I’d bet you anything that, unless you were born and raised in Argentina, the word ‘Argentine’ conjures up the image of Malbec, meat, and tango. Well, while the love for asado and the sheer volume of bodegas in the country …

This coming Sunday, November 13, at 8pm the group BA Ritmo is bringing serving up their first Hip Festival  as a great anti-Sunday plan to spend with friends on a Colegiales rooftop surrounded by all things hip hop.

BA Ritmo …

From the 20th to the 30th of October, a Festival of African Arts will be bringing African traditions and culture to the streets of Buenos Aires.

This exciting event was conceived by members of the first African Ballet in Argentina …

“Que Azul Que Es Ese Mar” is back on the Buenos Aires performance listings for it’s third season at the Teatro del Abasto. Act fast, because there are only six performances left, taking place every Friday at 11:30 PM.…