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The Buenos Aires Ombudsman or (Defensoría del Pueblo) reported yesterday that 35.87 percent of the 250 most recent queries that they have so far received have been about the struggle many porteños increasingly face everyday: paying their rent.  

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 …

Tensions between taxistas and Uber drivers are at a peak. In just one night last week, five cars were set alight in a blatant act of hostility that has cast light on the simmering tensions between the two factions. Although …

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, …

The government and the International Monetary Fund announced a new, revised stand-by agreement aimed at stabilizing the Argentine economy. In respective press conferences in the Argentine consulate in New York and the Treasury Ministry in Buenos Aires, Nicolás Dujovne and …

Two former private secretaries of former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner – Daniel Álvarez and Fabián Gutiérrez – were arrested this morning in Río Gallegos, in Santa Cruz. in the context of the “notebooks scandal” case.

Their arrest comes after …

Another week, another string of depressing socioeconomic news, another edition of the Playlist!

Heraclitus said “everything changes”, but Parmenides wrote “everything is always the same”. Which one is it? Who knows? If these geek philosophers – pardon the typo –

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 …

Full disclosure: I really wish this guide existed when I first arrived in Argentina. This one is for those who truly wish to immerse themselves within Argentine culture and experience all aspects of living in Buenos Aires (not just hitting

Masticar has come and gone but fear not, fellow gourmands, because Buenos Aires Food Week is just around the corner.

From October 1st through to the 14th, BA food week will be hosting its 12th edition, which will see 44