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Articles by Rachel Beltz

Among nearly 1,500,000 wage-earning professionals and employees in the City of Buenos Aires, half make less than AR $10,000 per month, according to the capital’s statistics bureau.

The City of Buenos Aires’ Census and Statistics Directory used figures from …

In addition to Health Ministry warnings about Zika, alarm bells are also being raised for those traveling to the Rio Olympics due to the prevalence of a date rape drug called boa noite, Cinderela (“good night, Cinderella”).

The name may …

One month after its launch, the National Index of Gender-Based Violence has already had some 40,000 women answer the nearly 200-question survey. The index, released by the #NiUnaMenos (Not One Less) movement, aims to chard incidents of gendered violence throughout …

We all know Argentina is desperate for Leo Messi to return to the national team and would do anything to see la Sección‘s jersey grace his body again.

This weekend, a statue was inaugurated for Messi in the Paseo …

Today is the first day of the second semester in the Argentine economic calendar. The first day of the rest of our lives. The beginning of a new, better Argentina. The end of all our problems. I mean, probably not …

What are the most popular university majors in Argentina? Your first thought might be psychology because all those therapists have to come from somewhere. But turns out the country is actually overflowing with lawyers and burgeoning business people, and seeing …

There’s a lot to look forward to in the next five days — a lot of rain, that is — and I will be living under an umbrella while the sun is on hiatus until next Wednesday.

Today we will …

If you’re looking for a break from this Tango dominated city, swing on over to the Notorious this Thursday to see the Jorge Anders Jazz Orchestra. The orchestra’s sound is based on the stylings of great American jazz composer …

Grand gesture after grand gesture, Argentina has been pulling out all the stops to lure Lionel Messi back to la Sección following his announcement that he would retire from the national team Sunday night. Tweets, illuminated streets signs, mixtapes and …

The museum behind the Casa Rosada that you may have been familiar with as being ‘El Museo del Bicentenario’ will be reopening under President Mauricio Macri’s administration as “Museo Casa Rosada” and will pay special tribute to the 50th anniversary …