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Spring is perhaps the most beautiful season in Buenos Aires. The sunshine is beginning to warm up and there are still a few months to go before the miserably sticky heat of midsummer. It’s time to make the most of

When I first imagine Oktoberfest, I picture bratwurst, lederhosen, and surprisingly enough, Germany (duh). I do not imagine a tiny village one hour away from Córdoba, whose first language is Spanish and favorite sausage food is choripán, …

They say we never forget our first time… I think that’s especially true when it comes to RRAA.-. I remember mine like it was yesterday. There I was, lying face-down and prone on a terrace bench, the tattoo artist known

With just a blink of an eye, and after 1921 days of preparation, the opening ceremony to the Youth Olympic Games is already history, but it truly was a spectacle that will be hard to forget. Breaking the general style …

With summer slowly approaching and the evenings getting longer, it seems like the perfect opportunity to delve into Argentina’s famous Ciclos de Cine, or themed film series. Although this isn’t a tradition that happens exclusively in summer, the …

Biopics are a strange beast. Yes, we all like having a behind-the-scenes look at real-life notable figures, but biopics can also make for wholly unsatisfying movie-watching experiences. Too often, filmmakers’ attempts at drawing a traditional three-act structure from the entirety

On the whole, out here in Buenos Aires it doesn’t take a lot of research to find restaurants serving cuisine from all parts of the world. Whether you’re wanting a shawarma, develop a sudden craving for dim sum, or fancy

After a tempestuous turn of the weather last weekend, the skies have cleared and we might just be able to make it past the front door this time around without getting caught up in some sort of apocalyptic storm. As

In Argentina’s current economic climate, we’ve definitely had to tighten our belts. Fortunately, the Argentine Association of Theater Entrepreneurs (AADET) is hosting its 5th edition of the “Come to the Theater” campaign, which means more discounts, folks. You’ll be …

All photos were taken by Lautaro Sourigues. You can see more of his work on Instagram.

If you are among those that think Uruguay is essentially just another Argentine province, you are dead wrong. Argentina doesn’t have Candombe.…