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Articles by Pedro Camacho

There are a lot of ways of trying to understand Once, the area located smack dab in the middle of Balvanera, home to one of the largest Jewish communities in Argentina and quite possibly the busiest commercial area in …

So the Oscar nominations were announced today, but since we didn’t have anybody in the running for the acclaimed film awards this year (we still love you mucho, El Ángel) we’re going with the next best thing, albeit from …

We’ve pretty much covered all the basics for surviving summertime in Buenos Aires, but there is something very important that we left out: this city goes into overdrive when it comes to concerts and outdoor shows. The new and

For the first time ever, the Festival Internacional de Buenos Aires (FIBA), the city’s biggest theater festival, will take place during the summer. Beginning on January 23rd and running through February 3rd, the event will feature a wide array of …

Hi there, reader. How you holding up with the porteño heat? Not the most productive of seasons this summer, huh? I know, I know. I myself am finding it very hard to process thoughts and achieve any semblance of daily …

After more than a year of renovation, remodeling, and overall reconceptualizing, the beloved Centro Cultural Recoleta will reopen its doors this Thursday, January 10th with a massive bash that includes (takes deep, deep breath): performances by Juan Ingaramo and DJ …

bragging rights

UK  /ˈbræɡ.ɪŋ ˌraɪts/ US  /ˈbræɡ.ɪŋ ˌraɪts/

I don’t mean to get everybody’s ego *too* inflated, but amidst …

There are a lot of ways you can sum up the year in Argentina. You can go into an in-depth analysis of its political, economic and social events. You can put up a slideshow, showcasing the best pictures of the …

Juan Pablo Savonitti is not crazy, although by the end of this piece you might be misled into thinking he is. A lot of people have thought so in the past, at least. From ex girlfriends to possible sponsors, from …

It’s estimated that a femicide occurs every 30 hours on average in this country, a staggering figure that reflects a deep issue in Argentine society. Fortunately, many women have refused to stand still and have become a massive force …