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Argentina is very proud of its Malbec wines. And it has reason to. The country appropriated a variety that was considered second-rate in France and made wines of the highest quality, which placed the nation on the world map. Currently,

As the winter season finally draws to a close, this Friday marks the day of the Southern Hemisphere’s spring equinox, meaning it’s official, warmer days and balmy evenings are on their way (hallelujah!). With temperatures even breaking the 20-degree Celsius …

One of the absolute greatest things about cinema, and what makes it such a powerful storytelling medium, is its ability to dive us, the viewers, face-first into perspectives that may feel foreign , or that we simply fail to take

Buenos Aires, a city that has millions of things to do each week, but how do you choose? Here I select the best and most varied of options of what to do if you want to see a live music

The political news cycle was abuzz on Tuesday night after social leader Juan Grabois was detained in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Constitución, during a protest calling for the release of Senegalese street vendors and activists from another social organization …

La Nación’s investigative journalist Hugo Alconada Mon reported on Tuesday that a federal tribunal managed to freeze three million euros located in an offshore bank account that allegedly belongs to Lázaro Báez, one of the main government contractors during the …

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was indicted yesterday in the so-called “notebooks scandal.” And although this is the six court case against her, this case is especially relevant due to its magnitude, the numerous amount of high-profile public and …

Federal judge Claudio Bonadío has charged former President Cristina Kirchner in the so-caled “notebooks scandal” case and accused her of being the leader of an “illicit organization” that awarded government contracts to private companies in exchange for kickbacks.

Bonadío has …

Five years ago, if someone announced that they were vegan in Buenos Aires I have a sneaky suspicion that stones would have been thrown at them. Pitchforks would have appeared, and the angry mob would have descended. Half-a-decade later and …

This weekend’s news cycle revolved entirely around former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and corruption accusations against her.

First, disgraced former Public Works Secretary José López revealed to judicial authorities that the infamous bags full of cash he was caught …