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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 …

Ceramics are having a major moment right now. From the feria at San Telmo to the plazas of Palermo, Buenos Aires loves its artisans and local artists. And with so much high quality and unique art for sale you

Hi there, dear reader. We made it! The end of another work week. Do you taste it? The sweet release? Yes, the world continues to be a chaotic mess plagued with disasters both natural and man-made (but, let’s be real, …

Well, dear readers, it’s finally here. The end of the cruel (actually fairly mild) Buenos Aires winter, and the advent of the extremely brief and ever-so-fleeting period of time in which the city actually resembles springtime. Rejoice! Take to the …

Today marked the inauguration of the Lisandro de la Torre station of the Mitre railway line, which connects the city neighborhood of Retiro with the municipality of Tigre, in the Buenos Aires province.

And if you happen to be thinking, …

I believe there’s a direct correlation between the level of constant crisis that Argentina endures and the quality of creative work that is developed as a result. Honestly, there’s no other way to explain it. Maybe it’s because we’re all …

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, …