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Articles by Keren Bacman

This Saturday, urBAna is inaugurating a new urban art circuit in Bajo Belgrano, where you will be able to take in twenty five newly painted murals. There will be live music, outdoor gastronomic offerings, and an artistic “intervention” of …

Good news! You will no longer have to pay ridiculous surcharges or walk to your nearest post office in order to buy a SUBE card for your visiting relative. Starting next week, the Single Electronic Ticket System (SUBE), which …

Hey, guess what the City of Buenos Aires government is doing? Yep, you guessed it: building yet another “Metrobus”! The City government wants  to build eight new sets of exclusive bus lanes and for some reason thought the right time …

After years of import restrictions, starting in January you’ll finally be able to walk into an Apple Store in Argentina. But not quite. Apple is opening up direct sales in Argentina but will not (for now) set up independent stores, …

This week, the Buenos Aires Photo art festival is taking place in La Rural, and there is a lot to see. The event focuses on photography and is one of the most important in Latin America.

With more than ten …

The US singer and songwriter has been awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature this year, becoming the first songwriter to win the prestigious award. The 75-year-old rock legend received the prize “for having created new poetic expressions within …

This Sunday the greatest pitmasters and asadores in the country will be setting up shop right in front of the Obelisco to compete for the “Best Asado Maker In The Country” title in the first National Asado Championship ever. This …

It’s hardly a secret that whipping out that mobile phone to check Twitter is getting more and more expensive. And with the price of prepaid plans scheduled to increase again before the end of the year, the cost to go …

In downtown Buenos Aires, on the corner of Avenida de Mayo and Santiago del Estero, a baby boy was born inside a Line 39 bus,.

The passengers suddenly saw their daily commutes cut short at around noon yesterday when the …

Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, who was born in Argentina, is returning to her native land for the first time on official business since she became queen in April 2013. Yet she isn’t coming as a representative of the Dutch …