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While many of today’s digital age storytellers appear to fancy themselves as artists, how many of these “artists” truly understand the impact of a properly told story? This was the question I was forced to confront as I traveled to

While it’s pretty hard to top the joy of a finde largo, a four-day work week comes pretty close. Now into the final countdown before Friday evening liberation, it’s time to get planning our sacred 48 hours of freedom,

Pablo Suárez, the artist who used naked bodies and expressive figuration to illustrate the “plebeian” life in Argentina, will feature from tomorrow in the MALBA in his very own exhibition Narciso Plebeyo.

A central and effectual figure of the …

I’m going to say something you probably already know: Argentines are fanatical about almost everything. Soccer is the obvious example, but you can also add Peruvian food to that list thanks to the recent trend of the past few years.

For the first time in Buenos Aires, feminist art activists Guerrilla Girls have taken the stage with a powerful exhibition covering the topics of gender, human rights, and discrimination, as well as a series of debates and performances by external …

The 27th Annual LGBTQ+ Pride Parade of Buenos Aires took place last Saturday, with tens of thousands of people marching with one main demand in sight: the approval of equal labor inclusion measures for the transgender community. A record 18 …

For as long as we can remember, people have used any means necessary to form relationships and meet new people. Back in the Pride and Prejudice days, if a man wanted to meet his future wife, he would simply host …

There’s nothing like the feeling of leaving work on a Friday knowing full well that a glorious three-day weekend awaits, and this time around we’re in luck since Monday, November 19th marks the celebration of Argentina’s National Day of Sovereignty,

Coming from England, nutritional education is something I’ve always taken for granted. The fond old days of the food wheel – you know, the colorful one, which as a child seems 99 percent fruit and veggies, and 1 percent pizza …

One of the most historic barrios of Buenos Aires, San Telmo sees its cobbled stone streets flood with tourists in search of artisans and antiques every Sunday. Beginning at Plaza Dorrego and finishing close to Plaza de Mayo, it isn’t …