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Articles by Stefanie Suarez

Is your bank account looking a little low these days? Well, considering Argentina’s current economic crisis, the answer is probably yes for most. But why blame it on the government or failed economic policies when you could turn to good, …

Uruguay: home to legal weed, breathtaking beaches, and next month, the 2nd Annual International Festival of Colonia.

From November 13th to the 17th you can experience internationally-focused theater, music, and art against the stunning backdrop of Colonia del Sacramento, …

Ah, the humble churro. It doesn’t matter if you dip it in chocolate, stuff it with dulce de leche or dust it with Oreo, there’s basically no bad way to eat one. There’s also no bad time to eat …

Ceramics are having a major moment right now. From the feria at San Telmo to the plazas of Palermo, Buenos Aires loves its artisans and local artists. And with so much high quality and unique art for sale you

This Monday marked the first day of primavera here in the southern hemisphere, bringing with it, sunshine, pesky teenagers making out in the park, and best of all, another edition of Buenos Aires Food Week. Spring time means it’s …

Today marked the inauguration of the Lisandro de la Torre station of the Mitre railway line, which connects the city neighborhood of Retiro with the municipality of Tigre, in the Buenos Aires province.

And if you happen to be thinking, …

After a few days of sweet relief in August, it pains me to announce that the cold weather is back. But on the bright side, so are a brand new set of ciclos de cine, or film series, …

So far, there are only three things I miss about the United States here in Buenos Aires. Having Broad City available on Hulu, ordering useless junk to my front door in just one click on Amazon, and starting my day …

Calling all you round spectacle wearing, Beatles loving, Yoko Ono hating, art fans! While I firmly believe it wasn’t Yoko’s fault the Beatles broke up, that has to be an argument for another time, because this week it’s all about …

Back in March, we gave you a top-notch listicle of 5 Alternative Museums to Visit in Buenos Aires. Well now we are back, and niche-r (?) than ever, with another five museums that you’ve probably never heard of. In the