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Articles by Polly Thompson

Six brides sit outside a vintage thrift shop on Valentine’s Day. They laugh, tell stories, take pictures, and drape themselves over a cream sofa. This was the visual a couple of weeks back outside Alma Zen Vintage shop on the …

If you’re in need of a little educational enrichment after a summer spent engaging your brain exclusively in the search of respite from the heat (no judgement, it’s a full time job), then look no further than the Biblioteca Nacional …

As some of you may be all too keenly aware, Valentine’s Day doesn’t solely have to be dedicated to romantic love. Indeed, you may have even heard the term Galentine’s Day being banded about ever more frequently on the Internet …

It was this time last year that Tati and Gaby, two young women working in the Buenos Aires advertising industry, came across a shocking discovery: the word sororidad did not appear in the Real Academia Española. They had been …

2019 has finally arrived, and the inevitable new year’s resolution questions are still lingering. But forget resolving to do more exercise or responsibly saving your pennies for a rainy day. You’re in Buenos Aires! A city of parks and sculptures, …

It’s almost that time of year in Buenos Aires: the temperature’s heating up (plus a few intense lightning storms), fake trees are appearing in the shop windows, the pan dulce is flowing, and you’ve suddenly realized you have yet to

Airbnb has released its round-up of the top destinations to visit in 2019, and Argentina has made the cut. In a list that also features Wakayama (Japan) Mozambique, and Kaikoura (New Zealand), Buenos Aires Province has been selected as …

This week Casa Brandon will play host to a diverse mix of artists, musicians, intellectuals, and DJs from around the world at the Festival de Arte Queer in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. …