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The Argentine rock scene is an intimidatingly vast maelstrom of sights, sounds, and history. You have meat-and-potatoes football-chant rockn’roll, you have technically dexterous prog-rock, you have vaguely New Age-y esotericism, you have confessional singer-songwritery stuff, you have a healthy amount

This past Sunday was the seventh edition of the Muza5k, the really bizarre event that combines eating pizza and walking nearly 70 blocks down Avenida Corrientes, and somehow makes it work. This year, it was massive, with over 1,500 …

I’m still trying to wrap my head around the notion that we are days away from entering the month of Halloween, as I’m still pretty convinced it was Easter just three weeks ago. However, October it is, and Netflix has …

Will you take a look at how far little Carlos Robledo Puch has come? Not the real one, of course. He’s still rotting in a jail cell somewhere and stopped being little Carlos Robledo Puch about forty years ago. No, …

Now that we’ve finally made it to the weekend, let’s first raise a glass to the fact that Argentina is still somehow functioning, an applause-worthy achievement when you think about it. This week’s paro general froze the country on Tuesday

The benefits of walking have been covered extensively. You’ve probably already heard that it’s good for your body, your mind and your spirit. Walking lets the creative juices flow, lets you sleep better and makes you feel so much superior …

Have you ever found yourself rooting for a movie to be good, despite overwhelming evidence of the contrary? Have you ever found that, as an audience member, you are having an internal dialogue with the film you’re watching? And does

I prepared for it all day long.

Lots of water, a bit of rest, some high tempo music to get pumped up on my way to the first stop. It promised to be a night to remember, an introductory class …

I’m not sure if I can pinpoint exactly when plants changed their association with the ‘sad plant lady’ image to the epitome of ‘hipster millennial realness’, but it seemed to occur overnight. Not so long ago, he only people who …

Argentina is very proud of its Malbec wines. And it has reason to. The country appropriated a variety that was considered second-rate in France and made wines of the highest quality, which placed the nation on the world map. Currently,