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How’s it going out there? Hopefully, everyone enjoyed winter vacation. If you have kids, that likely means you’re joining us with paint that has been stuck in your hair so long that it’s becoming a #lewk. If you’re joining …

I hate to say it, but a glass of wine does not count as a fruit, and potatoes are not the only vegetable out there. Hopefully that doesn’t come as breaking news, but here’s what is: the results of the …

Buenos Aires has truly been on a winning streak. From last week’s announcement that we house the best comic book store in the world, to today’s reveal that Palermo holds the best pizza place in South America, there must …

The rumors are true. Patti Smith is coming to Buenos Aires. As we anxiously await the punk rock legend’s arrival to nuestro país, it seems that with every day a new tidbit of information about her visit is revealed. Turns …

Argentina is full of superlatives. We’re the land of Maradona, of Messi, of Máxima, of Mauro Colagreco, of the Pope, of the world’s best vineyard, and so much more. And since it seems that the trend of ranking …

There’s never a shortage of new material for art lovers in the city of Buenos Aires. With dozens of museums, from world-renowned institutions like MALBA to smaller, more specialized exhibits like those of Museo Sívori, the options seem endless… …

This Saturday at La Exposición de Gandadería, Agricultura e Industria Internacional – commonly known as Expo Rural – more than 40 vegan activists staged a peaceful protest interrupting a dressage contest. The activists walked onto the central track, bearing posters …

Mercury retrograde has really started to piss me off. I can handle the stressful miscommunications with my family, the seemingly spontaneous destruction of electronic devices, and the all-around sense of frustration that permeates everything I do or say as the …

The American Club of Buenos Aires has the pleasure to invite you to our next event in the Club’s “Round of distinguished speakers”: a lunch conference with fellow Club member Pablo Bereciartua, the Secretary of Infrastructure and Water Policy for

The world of video games and gamers is a strange and foreign land to me, akin to the Upside Down of Stranger Things. (If you don’t know what that is, go get a Netflix account. We’ll wait.) This …