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Articles by Rachel Beltz

Last Friday, major news publications shared photos of what they alleged was social leader Milagro Sala’s jail cell. The images gave me flashbacks to freshman year of college. All of the key ingredients for a college dorm were there: the …

You may not need a weather report to let you know that it’s bloody cold out but I’m here to validate your desires to stay wrapped under layers of blankets. Next time you need an excuse to stay in bed, …

Long gone are the summer power outages that saw us languidly fan ourselves in AC-less swamps: winter has come, and with it, its own power outages forcing us to blindly huddle around 18th-century, gas-fed contraptions (until the gas runs

Private consulting firm Tendencias Económicas (“Economic Trends”) has reported that nearly 154,570 workers have been laid off to date in 2016 — adding some 15,174 layoffs in May to April’s approximately 140,000 total. The number of workers suspended without pay …

Chances are you’re not one of the 700 staffers or 60 public officials who dines at the Casa Rosada every day for lunch. But if you are, you might have been a little concerned to watch the price of your …

If you’ve ever crossed the Andes via plane, you’ll know all too well that stomach-turning feeling that generally comes with the turbulent flight. But while the most many of us have to suffer involves reconnecting with our long lost deities …