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Articles by Emma Conn

This week has been a struggle, hasn’t it? There’s nothing quite like that jolt to the system of the first day back after five magical feriados. Luckily, Uji is here to help ease your way into the (regular length, …

The Buenos Aires Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) is one of those galleries that is frequently overlooked in favor of the more established players of the Buenos Aires art scene. Even location-wise, its close proximity to the much better-known MAMBA

Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been learning to love mate, but at times you’re just gasping for a cup of tea that you don’t have to drink through a metal straw. Luckily, Buenos Aires boasts a myriad of tea …

Has Capitalism got you down? Did Semana Santa interfere with overthrowing that damn bourgeoisie? Not to worry, the Teatro Cervantes is here to soothe all your revolutionary needs in a one-day, fun-filled Karl Marx extravaganza.

The father of Communism was …

Listen up art fans, you’re going to want to see this. Tonight sees the inauguration of a new exhibition at the Museo de Bellas Artes: “Master Works From the Renaissance to Romanticism.” Thoughtfully curated by Angel Navarro and Florencia …

Paris, London, New York… Buenos Aires. Now that the city has officially cemented its place in the lineup of fashion capitals, with its own Fashion Week and a growing roster of promising young talent, it’s time to look at some …

Happy Tuesday everyone – has anyone ever said that before? Today is International Day of Happiness, established by the United Nations in 2013 to celebrate the importance of happiness in the day to day lives of people living all …

Summer may be drawing to a close, but comedy season is in full swing at the Teatro Mandril. As the nights draw in, Thursday evenings are brightened up by a weekly ciclo of female comedians and humorists. With no …