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Articles by Rachel Beltz

It’s July now, the time of the season when we tell ourselves that we don’t need to invest in a space heater because spring is on the horizon even though we can hear August laughing at us in the distance.…

Next Wednesday, the Subte rate increase that has been looming over the City of Buenos Aires for the past few months will finally be implemented. The price of a ticket will increase 67 percent from AR $4.50 to AR …

Ah beer, the world’s favorite drink, behind water that sustains us and coffee and mate that give us the energy to drink at all.

When you think of Argentina and alcohol, you might first picture Mendoza’s vineyards and crates of …

Today is Friend Day here in Argentina and in the rest of the civilized world. July 20th was designated such by the United Nations and has given us an excuse to go out to dinner with our homies and tell …

Finally, some positive news for Argentine football. We needed a win.

Just in the nick of time, Argentina’s football team has filled the last four spots it needed to take part in the Río Olympic Games, which start in just …

Despite the Macri administration’s efforts to decrease the nation’s consumption of energy, national electricity consumption increased 4.9 percent this June compared to rates from June 2015 and has risen 3.5 percent annually, according to the Foundation of Electric Development (Fundelec).…

A whale was found beached in Mar del Tuyú on Friday and, after days of attempting to guide back out to sea, was reported dead this morning by the Naval Prefecture of Argentina (PNA).

Many of the experts that were …

Yesterday was the coldest day of the year. I’d much prefer hearing about records when they concern Olympians but winter, you’ve really outdone yourself. On Sunday morning it was 1.6ºC in the City of Buenos Aires but factoring in …

According to passenger Marcos Martínez, a flight from Miami to Buenos Aires on Monday was delayed an hour and a half because seven passengers decided to disembark before the plane took off after discovering that their pilots were women.

Martínez, …

If you’d been mourning the Buenos Aires Zoo’s closure (we’ll reserve all judgement, this is a free country after all), we have some good news: tomorrow, the City’s zoo will be reopening following some important infrastructure changes.

It will only …