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That’s right, folks, we’re back with another heaping serving of weekend fun. And what’s better than a weekend? A long weekend! And what’s better than a long weekend? A long weekend when there’s a bunch of cool stuff going on …

Breathing new life into the saying “dinner and a movie,” the El Cine Cocina festival will be taking place in at the Alianza Francesa in Buenos Aires from October 21-25. Now in its fifth edition, the original celebration of …

Can we just take a moment to celebrate how far Argentina’s culinary world has come in the last few years? Back in my day (yep, I hope you read that in a crotchety old granny voice), we had to settle …

October is here, and so is the overpowering realization that this year, which still feels very much like it just started, is barreling rapidly to a close. Oh gosh. The resolutions! We kept putting them off, and now all of …

This Monday marked the first day of primavera here in the southern hemisphere, bringing with it, sunshine, pesky teenagers making out in the park, and best of all, another edition of Buenos Aires Food Week. Spring time means it’s …

Tonight, an event worthy of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is happening right here in Buenos Aires. That’s right: it’s Noche de las Pizzerías, or Night of the Pizzerias if you were for some strange reason unable to understand …

So far, there are only three things I miss about the United States here in Buenos Aires. Having Broad City available on Hulu, ordering useless junk to my front door in just one click on Amazon, and starting my day …

Brunch. It’s a core pillar of the gay agenda, and it’s what makes the world go round. Really, it does, it’s been scientifically proven, so just accept it, OK? So if you’re jonesing for something more than just your typical …

Peru is really having a *moment* as of late. After another successful run as the país invitado at the 10th edition of Feria Masticar, another special celebration kicks off today and runs through next week. Peru Week brings together …

Can we take a break from politics for like, one minute, maybe? As Argentina tries to assimilate the shocking results of yesterday’s PASO primaries – in which Alberto Fernández earned more than 47 percent of the vote, crushing Macri’s hopes …