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This Monday, July 8th, Avenida de Mayo is hosting its own special party. In honor of its 125th anniversary celebration, the city is planning a huge festival filled with music, cultural activities, tours, and more all along the historic avenue

Claudia Amaral, the 2004 Spanish World Scrabble Champion and three-time runner-up, likes to say that she was probably playing Scrabble in the womb.

Walking into her house, the entryway teems with relics of her fruitful competitive career. Amaral’s accomplishments in

It’s that time of year, kids. Temperatures are dropping – and porteños are swaddled in scarves, hats, and fur-lined hooded jackets – and the impending insanity of vacaciones de invierno is upon us. It also means that Argentina is gearing …

So, who else is enjoying the novelty of spending the 4th of July in the blustery Upside Down that we call Argentina? Yeah, yeah, I know. This isn’t the U.S. (despite how hard Palermo tries), and we can’t expect everyone …

One of the best things of Buenos Aires is just how many stuff there is to see in any given week. Take this week, for example. In the upcoming days there will be at least two new top-notch exhibits opening: …

Argentina’s November pride celebrations (check out these awesome photos from last year’s march) may still be a long way off, but the LGBTQ+ community of Buenos Aires doesn’t limit celebration and pride to an official month. This June, Buenos Aires …

Jewish food is having a moment. Whether it’s Zahav in Philadelphia, Mazel Tov in Budapest, or Federal Delicatessen in Auckland, the cuisine of my people has become trendy on a global scale. Buenos Aires, hip city that it is,

It’s a historic moment in Argentina! Allow us to explain what it means. Or at least try to explain. Whatever.…

It’s been a tough week to be outdoors in Buenos Aires. A wave of frigid air arrived from Patagonia on Monday and effectively froze all of our collective toes, hands, and ears. Today, for example, I made the mistake of …