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Well, dear readers, it’s finally here. The end of the cruel (actually fairly mild) Buenos Aires winter, and the advent of the extremely brief and ever-so-fleeting period of time in which the city actually resembles springtime. Rejoice! Take to the …

Today marked the inauguration of the Lisandro de la Torre station of the Mitre railway line, which connects the city neighborhood of Retiro with the municipality of Tigre, in the Buenos Aires province.

And if you happen to be thinking, …

I believe there’s a direct correlation between the level of constant crisis that Argentina endures and the quality of creative work that is developed as a result. Honestly, there’s no other way to explain it. Maybe it’s because we’re all …

There’s a lot of commotion in the media regarding Argentina’s current mid-meltdown economic status. And while I won’t go so far as to brand it #FakeNews and attest that Argentina is a “very stable genius”, it’s a lot. And if

Did you hear that? It’s the sound of thousands – nay, millions – of Argentine hearts breaking. No longer will they have an undisputed reason to justify traveling to Miami for the tenth time in a year to get their …

We’ve all been there. Recording a WhatsApp voice note in the middle of a crowded street or listening to one on the Subte, con headphones, por supuesto (we’re not animals). Whether you’re sending GIFs to your co-workers, long paragraphs to …

In a classic case of you win some, you lose some, just one week after Lee and Wrangler announced they were leaving Argentina comes news that Juan Valdez, the iconic Colombian coffee brand and store will be launching in …

How was the first full week back after our super-long weekend? Pretty tiring, right? Well, the good news is that we’ve already arrived at a weekend that marks not only the start of Buenos Aires’ winter vacations, but another super-fun …