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So, I went shopping for pants last weekend, or rather I tried to go shopping for pants last weekend. I walked into one of the fancy shops at the Distrito Arcos (because I don’t play when it comes to pants), …

December 11, 2017 was a sad day for Argentines. That fateful day, in the small Uruguayan town of Minas, over a 100 cooks achieved what seemed like an impossible feat: they made the largest asado ever, reaching the heights of

As a Libra (yep, I went there), I love love in all its forms. Mostly that means dogs and Neruda sonnets and having my forearm tickled as I fall asleep, but since February 14th is just around the bend, might …

It was this time last year that Tati and Gaby, two young women working in the Buenos Aires advertising industry, came across a shocking discovery: the word sororidad did not appear in the Real Academia Española. They had been …

You’ve been there before. We all have. You just left a boliche, bar, or friend’s house in wee hours, definitely a little tipsy from one too many birras or glasses of wine. You walked toward the nearest big avenue …

If you ask around for the best Argentine filmmaker alive, several names are bound to come up: Campanella. Trapero. Szifrón. All those are sure to be somewhere in the conversation. But let’s be honest, the conversation pretty much begins and …

Buenos Aires has a lot to offer. From its stunning architecture to its bustling arts and culture scene, there’s a plethora of reasons to love this city. But once you’ve set up camp in the city for a while and

The hottest Argentine telenovela of the summer – and I’m not talking about the struggle to not melt while living with what feels like two million degrees and extended power outages – has reached an early conclusion. Buenos Aires Province …

The first batch of electoral year surveys are fresh out of the oven, so let’s take a look at them, shall we?

The main takeaway from the four polls we will analyze is that the current and former Presidents, Mauricio …

Juan Guaidó’s swearing in as the interim president of Venezuela marked a turning point in the political, economic, and social crisis the country has endured for the past several years.

Now that the opposition has managed to rally behind a …