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Articles by Paige Nichols

Talk about taking the concept of a pop-up to the next level. Aramburu and El Papagayo, two of Argentina’s best restaurants – hands down – will be trading places from November 21-23 as part of the SWITCH foodie series. …

Few days bring me as much joy as BA’s annual Pride March. Balmy temperatures, unapologetic celebrations of queer diversity in every form, and *way* too much glitter – what’s not to love? If you haven’t been fortunate enough to take …

Think of it like the Olympics of food – or something. Last night, the ceremony to reveal Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants took place right here in Buenos Aires at the Usina del Arte located in La Boca. While there …

Can we just take a moment to celebrate how far Argentina’s culinary world has come in the last few years? Back in my day (yep, I hope you read that in a crotchety old granny voice), we had to settle …

In many respects, 2018 was a banner year for Argentina. It hosted the G20 summit and the Youth Olympics, and had a relatively decent showing in the FIFA World Cup. But what stood out the most was the historic abortion

Valeria Gamper knows her wine. This, of course, is an understatement, given that just last night she was crowned Mejor Sommelier de Argentina at the Usina del Arte in La Boca. In the final – where she competed against Stefanie

Brunch. It’s a core pillar of the gay agenda, and it’s what makes the world go round. Really, it does, it’s been scientifically proven, so just accept it, OK? So if you’re jonesing for something more than just your typical …

It feels like it’s been a while – OK, maybe just a couple of weeks – since something or someone from Argentina made it to a prestigious global ranking. Which is why we’re thrilled to announce that La Fuerza, …

We’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times: The Bubble stans a ridiculous viral Twitter thread. We just can’t help it. Maybe it’s because they offer a brief respite from the 24-hour news cycle madness that plagues …

Can we take a break from politics for like, one minute, maybe? As Argentina tries to assimilate the shocking results of yesterday’s PASO primaries – in which Alberto Fernández earned more than 47 percent of the vote, crushing Macri’s hopes …