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Valeria Gamper knows her wine. This, of course, is an understatement, given that just last night she was crowned Mejor Sommelier de Argentina at the Usina del Arte in La Boca. In the final – where she competed against Stefanie

I know it’s weird to start an article about one TV show by talking about another, but if you’ve seen The Good Place, perhaps you’ve wondered what the tailor-made version of the “medium place” would look like for you. …

Hi, friends. How was your week? Was it long and arduous? Was it tough, yet fulfilling? Did it all feel a little pointless? Did you learn a little bit about yourself and the world around you? Whatever the case, you …

Honestly, I don’t even know how to introduce this story to you guys. Sometimes, Argentina does the most bizarre things that end up being way more hilarious (or weird) than initially intended. Most often, it works out for the best, …

Bianca Fernet was “born” in 2011 out of my frustration with coverage of Argentina’s economy that I felt missed the point and demonstrated a vast chasm between reality. Frankly, everyone else didn’t know what they were talking about so I …

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 …

Korea is really having a moment here in Buenos Aires, isn’t it? From the new-ish Korean Cultural Center that set up shop in Retiro to the overwhelming flood of K-Pop fanatics that seem to be … everywhere … these days, …

People who love clowns, being scared, or being scared by clowns went mad for the world premiere of IT: Chapter Two yesterday. The sequel to 2017’s IT was directed by Argentine Andy Muschietti – who will be at the helm

It’s the weekend again! Or rather, we are standing at the precipice of it. And if you’re anything like us, you’re ready to doff the shackles of the punch-in, punch-out workday routine and get a little silly. See a little …

In many respects, 2018 was a banner year for Argentina. It hosted the G20 summit and the Youth Olympics, and had a relatively decent showing in the FIFA World Cup. But what stood out the most was the historic abortion