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Florida, Corrientes, Defensa: When it comes to notable streets and avenues, Buenos Aires puts forth some heavy-hitting candidates. Egged on by insistent guidebooks, newcomers are told that if their visits to the city don’t include strolls down these thoroughfares, it

I once read an article that cheese is as addictive as crack cocaine. As a self-acclaimed cheese connoisseur myself, this does not surprise me. One minute you are nibbling on a teeny cube of mature cheddar, and the next minute …

For the first time in its brief history, Masticar, the most important culinary fair in Argentina, added another country to its roster, and it’s really no surprise that the honor went to Peru, the darling of the food …

A woman lies across the floor of a small chapel. She convulses violently as she lets out a series of grunts and screams. Two men in religious garb stand directly above her; one of them holds a crucifix up to

Whether you’re a drink aficionado or a full-blown foodie expert, we have found the perfect experience for you. As the culinary climate continues to develop in Argentina, the food and drinks market has been revolutionized. Consumers want better quality, fresher …

While it seems that this year we may have gotten off pretty lightly with the annual Santa Rosa storm, it’s best not to take the sunshine for granted – here in Buenos Aires temperatures and seasons can change as quickly …

First, we were let into a small room.

The complete darkness had us quickly sniffing for clues and feeling around the room for hints. In an attempt to heighten our other senses, we carefully groped through every inch of the

In 2016, the Art Basel Cities Initiative was officially launched, and Buenos Aires was announced as the first partner city. One can understand why this would be the perfect choice just by spending some time here in the capital. Simply …

Sure, BAFICI has a music section. And yes, Buenos Aires once hosted a couple of editions of the internationally renowned Barcelona born IN-EDIT festival back in 2009 and 2010. But how the hell is it that this city, with all …

There are several rites of passage in Argentina. The first choripán. The first sip of Fernet. The first puteada you receive for ignoring a red light. You could very well make one of those cute baby albums with a …