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After a tempestuous week of weather, going from searing sunshine to window rattling thunderstorms, it seems Buenos Aires isn’t quite ready for summer just yet. Now as we enter the final countdown to the holiday season and a well-deserved end

It’s almost that time of year in Buenos Aires: the temperature’s heating up (plus a few intense lightning storms), fake trees are appearing in the shop windows, the pan dulce is flowing, and you’ve suddenly realized you have yet to

With a plethora of complex phenomena going on in the country and just a few labyrinthine responses to explain them, Google’s most-searched terms list this year in Argentina has come to confirm that 2018 has been, well, intense.

The family …

Airbnb has released its round-up of the top destinations to visit in 2019, and Argentina has made the cut. In a list that also features Wakayama (Japan) Mozambique, and Kaikoura (New Zealand), Buenos Aires Province has been selected as …

River Plate’s victory over Boca Juniors in the final of the Copa Libertadores is set to change the power dynamic between the two largest teams in Argentina.

True, many of the fans who are on the losing end will argue …

It’s probably happened to you before. It was a Friday, for sure, close to midday to be more precise. You were walking down a street in Buenos Aires and just happened to catch a smell that hit smack dab in …

Many talk. A few rhyme. Only the best improvise. That’s the tagline for the international final of the Red Bull Batalla de los Gallos 2018, the massive international event that will be taking place this Sunday at the Club …

I saw her from behind first, and so missed the famous face.

The church was cavernous and gaudy, filled with shiny baby jesuses, bloodied Christs and even the bones of a priest, but all eyes were skyward, on the Gothic …

Besides confronting with fellow members of the Cambiemos coalition over the controversial protocol that relaxes the criteria for police’s use of firearms, National Deputy Elisa “Lilita” Carrió continues to dominate the conversation, following the publication of an extremely critical report …

The large majority of Argentines are certain that society is rotten, but that they are one of the few good apples who have managed to stay immune to the lure of the dark side. Moreover, the already small group of