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Articles by Pedro Camacho

It’s probably happened to you before. It was a Friday, for sure, close to midday to be more precise. You were walking down a street in Buenos Aires and just happened to catch a smell that hit smack dab in …

Many talk. A few rhyme. Only the best improvise. That’s the tagline for the international final of the Red Bull Batalla de los Gallos 2018, the massive international event that will be taking place this Sunday at the Club …

The G20 has finally arrived and all eyes will be on the upcoming events that will absolutely paralyze the city. Even though there are some activities still going on  in Buenos Aires, chances are that you’ll probably be in the …

Dear member of the G20 delegation:

So, you’re coming to Buenos Aires for the summit this week. First of all, let me start by saying we’re sorry about the whole River-Boca fiasco. I assure you, this was a one-time thing… …

Thinking about going out this weekend in Buenos Aires, huh?

Well, besides the obvious limitations that arise from transportation going to hell, then there’s the small matter of security around the G20, which can mean that your friendly Saturday …

It was a stormy night in Berazategui, one of the many cities that comprise el Conurbano, that enormous area home to 13 million residents that surrounds Argentina’s capital. Guillermo and two of his closest friends were to play a …

We walked through the streets of Microcentro, just Julian, the photographer, and me. We arrived just in time at the address but had to check the number twice before entering. From the outside, the place seemed like any classic Buenos …

How do you celebrate the life of one of the greatest showmen this country has ever seen, a man whose excess turned him into some sort of legend in Argentine lore? Well, to truly honor the man you would probably …

Imagine for a moment that you’re the member of a small indie band in Neuquén; one of those independent, self financed ventures. You play a wide array of music genres that range from rock to reggae, from cumbia to folklore. …

Unless you’ve been cryogenically preserved or living inside a cave for the last few months, you may have realized that we’re currently in a bit of a crisis here in Argentina. Inflation is soaring, transportation is getting more expensive