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Articles by Thomas Freeman

Never in Buenos Aires history has food been the bone of such contention. Buenos Aires has faced overly controlling governments, mass rebellions, financial instability and now… perhaps its greatest battle yet – a male vs. female culinary battle of the …

Buenos Aires may not be known for its technological savvy, but it sure is playing catch up!

Already commonplace in tech meccas like South Korea and Japan, a coffee shop, Bitcoffee, has opened in El Centro that accepts payment …

In honor of the long-lost golden age of rock music (before Adam Levine was considered a rock star), three documentaries of the genre’s greatest legends will be screened in oncoming weeks at the Centro Cultural de la Memoria Haroldo Conti

Religious holidays have always been a contested matter. Why do Christians get time off for Easter and Christmas while practitioners of other faiths are expected to show up to work on days they hold sacred? More importantly, why is one …

Looking to enjoy a succulent meal with like-minded people?

Fuudis, a food tour program in operation since 2011, seeks to bring porteño and visiting gourmands together for a casual night of food sampling, wine and cocktail pairings and conversation. …

Tonight marks the return of one of Buenos Aires’ most venerated art traditions, the annual ‘Gallery Nights. Over 40 galleries throughout the capital, across Retiro, Recoleta and Barrio Norte, will open their guarded doors and welcome the …

We recently reported that Argentines were partying and drinking fernet instead of partaking in the Eucharist this Easter. Though there is an Argentine pope in the Vatican and an entrenched legacy of the Catholic Church in the country, the question …

In the good ol’ days, you had to work for fame. Achieving stardom of any kind required grit, undying dedication to a craft and a stroke of luck – things I definitely don’t have. Nowadays, it seems a casual crotch …

Recall how nonchalantly suave James Bond looked when he entered the Casino Royale with Vesper Lynd on his arm? Thanks to one local NGO, that could be you and all for a fantastic cause.

Send a Child to School (SACS) …

For those of you hoping to make some extra pesos as a subte pickpocket, your fast-cash aspirations are no more. Or, at the very least you’re going to have to get a bit craftier…

The Metropolitan Police of Buenos Aires …