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Calling all cinema fanatics! From August 19th to September 19th we’re celebrating Argentine Cinema Month. This is an opportunity to switch off the Hollywood rom-com you were thinking of re-watching on Netflix for the seventh time (Mean Girls 

I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve always been a bit of a fan of Bond movies. The action, the cheesy dialogues, the exclusive lifestyle… It’s all there to be admired every four years, give or take. Just yesterday, …

Buenos Aires, like any capital city, is bursting full of amazing sights and sounds to engage both tourists and residents alike. Some of these delights are more hidden gems that you have to hunt around for, places you’ve heard about …

You’ve probably already heard that the Simpsons are some sort of collection of sages that predict the future. Everything from the FIFA corruption scandal to Lady Gaga’s halftime Super Bowl show, all the way to Trump’s presidency. They …

Whether you are glued to a desk, stuck in a kitchen, or sitting in a dingy classroom all day, after-work activities are sometimes the only things that keep you sane. They provide you with the chance to let go of …

Having had a pretty stressful week news wise here in Buenos Aires (anyone else losing total track of which corruption scandal is which?) it’s time to kick back, let your hair down, and enjoy a full three day finde courtesy …

According to official numbers, there are 160 museums in Buenos Aires. Not only that, but 59 percent of those are completely free and can be found in 30 of the 48 barrios that make up the city. There’s a little …

After stealing Brazil’s position as top destination for tourists in South America, Argentina is at it again – with Buenos Aires being awarded the superlative of most liveable city in Latin America, according to The Economist’s Global Liveability Index

Time to come out of hibernation as the weather is looking good for this well-deserved long weekend, and if you’re struggling to decide what to do with all the extra free time, why not check out the city’s local art …

As hundreds of thousands of women, men, and children held vigil last night in front of Congress while Argentina’s Senators made history debating the proposed abortion bill, there’s no denying that after an unsurprising but still disappointing result, many will …