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Articles by Pedro Camacho

As he prepares for another opportunity to put an end to his tournament drought with the Argentine National soccer team during the Copa América that begins this Friday, football legend and potato chip sponsor Lionel Messi has been named the …

Have you ever stopped to think about your place in the Universe? You know… Like what’s the meaning of it all? I know we’re in a bit of a crisis down here, but maybe you’re the kind of person that …

So we were MIA for a couple of weeks with our little guiso of kumbaya; sorry about that. We’ve been busy searching for a true Argentine beer, doing the boliche grind and quite simply goofing around by comparing Buenos

He’s one of the top political analysts in Argentina, a figure that has carved out quite the impressive career in journalism thanks to his work at La Nación and TN, to name just two. And he will be the …

Batman and Robin, Thelma and Louise, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid… Sure, all of those are solid, historically ideal partnerships. But we all know which one is the granddaddy of them all: Dinner and a movie. That’s right, ever …

“The status of this particular square on the board is not in question!” With those words, UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt took to Twitter to express his discontent with, of all things, a chess tournament. But not just any

June 3rd, 2015. That was the date in which Ni Una Menos was officially born in the form of massive protests and marches all over Argentina against the constant wave of femicides and gender violence in the country. Four years …

Today marked the long-awaited inauguration of three new Subte stations in the city of Buenos Aires, extending the E line from Bolívar, close to Plaza de Mayo, all the way to Retiro. All in all, the new stations will add …

If you walk through Barrancas de Belgrano on any given Sunday, close to midday, you’ll find something you might not necessarily be expecting. That’s the exact moment and place chosen by hundreds of young, adoring K-pop fans to celebrate their …

“In 1986, my father had a store in the heart of Saavedra. At the beginning of the 90s, Chinese immigrants started to arrive. And even though my dad fought gram by gram, slice by slice, he couldn’t compete, and he