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This Monday, July 8th, Avenida de Mayo is hosting its own special party. In honor of its 125th anniversary celebration, the city is planning a huge festival filled with music, cultural activities, tours, and more all along the historic avenue

It’s been a tough week to be outdoors in Buenos Aires. A wave of frigid air arrived from Patagonia on Monday and effectively froze all of our collective toes, hands, and ears. Today, for example, I made the mistake of …

Coming to Argentina for the first time, I arrived prepared with the knowledge that I may have to search a little harder for some of my must-have staples: peanut butter, Greek yogurt, and tampons with applicators. But, apart from these, …

The students at the Rosario School of Law had, for years, grown accustomed to perro vaca, a fat, kind of disheveled old street dog that would roam the hallways and classrooms of their faculty for days at a time. …

It’s not very often that we here in Argentina have the privilege of having something the rest of the world doesn’t. You’ve probably realized that trends and tendencies usually arrive a tad late to these parts of the world. But …

In case you’re not familiar with the popularity of Instagram at the moment, here are some numbers to rock your mind:

  • It is estimated that there are over one billion monthly active users;
  • There have been over 50 billion photos

Alright guys, change of plans for the weekend. I know that you penciled in time to find that H&M coming to Argentina after vaguely reading a headline while shivering in a seasonally inappropriate light jacket and incense-scented scarf that your …

October promises to be a very busy month in Argentina, and not just because of the impending presidential elections taking place on the 27th. The seventh installment of Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants will be announced on October 10th right …

As he prepares for another opportunity to put an end to his tournament drought with the Argentine National soccer team during the Copa América that begins this Friday, football legend and potato chip sponsor Lionel Messi has been named the …

Over the course of my four month-long study abroad stint in Buenos Aires, I have attempted to immerse myself in the local culture. I have boliche’d and mate’d and medialuna’ed the lights out. However, one vital cultural aspect has eluded