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Articles by Stefanie Suarez

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

Can you believe it’s been 70 years since sock hops were in, seatbelts were optional, and drinking one cream soda with two straws was considered a good date? God bless 1949. It’s also been 70 years since Alberto Camus, the …

If you’ve ever been dragged along on a walking tour of Buenos Aires, you’ve probably heard the (not so humble) humble-brag that Buenos Aires is THE birthplace of tango. And while its music and movement have gone international, no …