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Articles by Pedro Camacho

There are several unequivocal signs that you’re getting old. Your knees hurt when it’s raining outside. You complain about the music being too loud at a bar. You start to honestly enjoy shopping for home goods like pillows and kitchen …

We met at Boticario, that trendy bar in Palermo themed around the idea of an apothecary from yesteryear. The setting could not be more ideal: she sits in a chair she crafted, with a backdrop of a wallpaper she …

Ask around for the best view in the city of Buenos Aires and you’ll get very different answers.

But let’s face it. Can you really top one that includes the monumental Teatro Colón, the Av. 9 de Julio, and …

Is there really anything more refreshing than drinking a beer while you gaze out across the sea? Well, there are a couple of companies in Mar del Plata that seem to think there is. Fluence Argentina, a company that …

Despite rampant inflation and prices for pretty much everything that are through the roof, it’s estimated that the average Argentine still consumes close to 50 kg of meat per year, guaranteeing the country’s place among the five largest consumers

Leña para el carbón (Mamasita)
Leña para el carbón (En el party)
Leña para el carbón (Mamasita)
Leña para el carbón (En el party)

Every year there’s a song that, no matter how hard you fight it, gets stuck in …

December 11, 2017 was a sad day for Argentines. That fateful day, in the small Uruguayan town of Minas, over a 100 cooks achieved what seemed like an impossible feat: they made the largest asado ever, reaching the heights of

If you ask around for the best Argentine filmmaker alive, several names are bound to come up: Campanella. Trapero. Szifrón. All those are sure to be somewhere in the conversation. But let’s be honest, the conversation pretty much begins and …

Words are cool and all… But master texters and WhatsAppers know that the best way to convey ideas and feelings nowadays is with the help of GIFs and, of course, emojis. Is somebody ignoring your text? Why not hit them …

Here’s a couple of things you probably didn’t know about Argentine wine: 27 percent of wine exported by Argentine goes to the United States, representing an impressive 32 percent of all sales. So it’s only fitting that Wines of Argentina