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Articles by Marie-Rose Sheinerman

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is in full swing and we can’t think of a more perfect hybrid of an American-Argentine activity than throwing your heart into cheering for the United States in soccer (or, sorry, fútbol). Apparently The

Lavash. Dolma. Manti. Basturma. Baklava.

Either you’re now full-on drooling or you’re confused by that collection of seemingly non-sensical words – meaning you have yet to be exposed to the wonders of Armenian cuisine. Either way, with Armenian food …

Imagine this: a neon and glitter splattered set of a supposedly run-of-the-mill high school. Our protagonist: a kid with a heart of gold and voice of an angel who just wants to sing on stage – though the folks at …

This work week may have started on Tuesday, but with the relentless rain and apocalyptic blackout of the previous weekend, we can’t say the feriado left us particularly well-rested. The slog from autumn to winter is bringing out our collective …

The third weekend of June is almost upon us, which means, as tie and cufflink brand advertisers have made it their mission to remind us, Father’s Day is fast approaching. Across the world, and here in Buenos Aires, families will

Sixteen Candles. Madonna. Neon blue and pink eyeshadow. Listening to Eye of the Tiger on loop. Unleashing an entire can of hairspray into your hair. So were the 1980s of American youth culture… but what about Argentine youth?

In its …