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Articles by Paige Nichols

It would be an understatement to say that things in Argentina aren’t going so hot right now. Between soaring inflation, a plummeting peso, and having to Google what the Country Risk Index even means, we’re all encompassed in an ugly …

As the food scene (ugh, I hate that string of words, don’t you?) in Buenos Aires continues to change, evolve, and improve, the local events calendar is brimming with different gastro-happenings, no matter the season, the reason, or the theme. …

If March is the unofficial start of the year in Argentina, then it’s during the month of May that things really hit their sweet spot. With the last vestiges of swampy summer in the past and #BootSeason on the horizon …

If there’s one thing I can count on in this life, it’s pasta. Seriously. When has a heaping plate of spaghetti and meatballs ever broken your heart? I don’t care that gluten and carbs are now considered passé, they’ve never …

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines (and your livers). Malbec World Day 2019 is upon us – Wednesday, April 17th to be exact – and it’s time to plan accordingly. Created by Wines of Argentina, it’s a time to …

As if the overwhelming amount of artistic and cultural events taking place this week around Buenos Aires weren’t enough, get ready to add even more fun to the agenda. From Thursday, April 11th through Sunday, April 21st, the ALMAlbec Festival

These days, Korea is having what we’d like to call a *moment.* With everything from cosmetics – snail mucus cream, anyone? – to music, Korean culture has made its way into the western mainstream and is officially here to stay. …

The rise of the digital age has made it easier than ever to access a wide range of information from the palms of our hands. Smartphones, tablets, and laptops have moved front and center, demanding more and more attention as …

It’s a dog’s life, don’t you think? Well, if you can look past Argentina’s skyrocketing inflation, currency crisis, and all-out downward spiral toward insanity, sure. Which is why we need the company of our four-legged friends now more than ever. …

Last Friday, hundreds of thousands of people flooded the streets and plazas of Argentina to commemorate International Women’s Day, referred to colloquially as #8M. In Buenos Aires alone, it was estimated that more than 100,000 activists marched from …