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 It’s Friday again!

And it seems winter has finally arrived, not that any of us was looking forward to it, considering last summer sucked.

So this is how it starts. The cold mornings, the chilly wind, the overcrowded Palermo Starbucks …

As published this morning in the Official Gazette. the Secretariat of Culture – led until today by Secretary of Culture Jorge Coscia – has been upgraded to Ministry status and Coscia has been fired told that he did a great …

Yesterday afternoon was a big deal, since for the first time since 2012 President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and mayor Mauricio Macri were seen at an event together. The “event” was, of course, the official opening of the new Facebook …

It’s Fri- ugh, who cares.

No one’s reading anyway. Chances are most of you are out of town, enjoying the super long weekend. The second super long weekend we’ve had in two weeks! I love this country.

Also, since this …

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner regaled us with yet another Cadena Nacional this week, and this time it was terribly boring. If mostly felt like that Economy class you always hated in college only this time the teacher was Cristina.…

As insecurity in the Buenos Aires province continues to be on the rise, 3000 retired police officers from both the provincial police and penitentiary system might just be dusting off their old boots in an effort to help fight crime.…

As insecurity in the Buenos Aires province continues to be on the rise, 3000 retired police officers from both the provincial police and penitentiary system might just be dusting off their old boots in an effort to help fight crime.…

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner used the Cadena Nacional to address the population for the tenth time this year, although unfortunately this time wasn’t nearly as hilarious as it was the last time she used it, when a comedian and …

Inseguridad is a word that you hear often in Argentina, whether it is plastered across the front page of your paper, thrown from the politician’s pulpit or grumbled between two grandmothers at a café. You’ve probably heard it even more …

It’s Good Friday again!

That’s right, today we observe the centuries-old tradition of eating fish and chocolate eggs until we pass out, only to do it again on Sunday because religion.

Also, we celebrate something Jesus did but it happened …