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Buenos Aires priest Fabián Báez never imagined his visit to Saint Peter’s Square would be broadcast around the world when he tweeted this morning that he was heading over to the Vatican.

Báez – who has apparently worked with the …

I pity those of you who weren’t around in the early 90’s. While most of you silly foreigners were listening to the New Kids on the Block (ugh,) those of us blessed with being born in Argentina got to enjoy …

Many people ask me what it’s like to celebrate the holidays in Buenos Aires. Well, it’s certainly different than celebrating anywhere it’s less than 35°C (95°F) out. Yes, it is summer here — sadly, it wouldn’t surprise me if a …

Something cool happened this week at Hotel Bauen in downtown Buenos Aires. The first Miss Trans Argentina pageant was finally able to take place in Argentina (up until now it was held in Italy). Contestants, representing 18 different provinces tried …

We hear it all the time in Buenos Aires. Hell, we even say it all the time. Don’t take out and use your cell phone when you’re walking on the street. The thing is, if you have a cell

Seriously. This is how you sound right now:

Yes, I get it. After today’s horrific and ominous summer storm, we citizens of Buenos Aires were granted a rare treat: a double freaking rainbow.

It was beautiful, unexpected, poetic and reminded …

Thanksgiving is basically every Argentine’s favorite holiday, they just don’t know it yet.

Fact: this is the best place to celebrate Thanksgiving, because it’s basically a day of lounging, drinking and eating. If you’ve ever been to an asado then …

Considering how terrible cell phone coverage is in this town, it’s strange we don’t get to see outbursts such as these more often.

Allegedly after being screwed by her cell phone company too many times, this woman who claims to …

I’ve talked some big smack on Pope Francis in the past. I mean, we all had plenty of reasons to assume that the Catholic Church would have made a less-than-stellar decision when it came to picking Joseph Ratzinger’s successor — …

Alcoholic beverages, like everything else, go through cycles of popularity. Here in Buenos Aires, fernet has been a constant throughout just about every alcoholic fad, though. While American foodies and hipsters have exploited fernet as a symbol of their superiority …