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Justin Bieber, whose name really needs no prefacing or introduction no matter who you are or where you’re from, arrived in Buenos Aires yesterday.

The pop superstar is here for two shows at River Plate Stadium, the largest venue in …

OK, people. The Gaypocalypse is upon us. As promised, I’m here to present you all with some options and information about what to do on Pride night (which is November 9, in case you’ve been living under a rock.) Just …

The Mexican community of Argentina said adiós para siempre to celebrity chef Maru Botana after she completely butchered the recipe for and preparation of tortillas and tacos in a recent episode of her television program. Now Mexicans are calling for

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Allow me to tell you a little story. Last Thursday my friend Jimena calls and invites me to go see an exhibit of “some photographs she’d taken.”

I asked for the address and she said they were being displayed on …

As a resident of Buenos Aires, a city that embraces street art with open arms, I appreciate what Banksy does. I can only imagine what the porteños would do if Banksy made his way down to Buenos Aires. They’d probably …

While you were sipping lattes at the local Starbucks and discussing the latest episode of Breaking Bad, the city of Neuquén was a battlefield on Wednesday, as environmentalists, students and unions demonstrated in front of the provincial legislature, condemning the …

Aha. Here are two words you don’t usually get to hear in the same sentence.

While speaking at a political rally, Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro referred to the miracle of Jesus in the Gospels and said that his government “…

Welcome back to our regularly scheduled programming. After airing our (OK, my) grievances last time we met, I am ready to get back to dealing with your troubled personal and professional lives that are in a complete state of shambles. …

I know. Shame on me, right?

There’s this unbelievable work of art just laying out there in the open, and I only learn about it because The Telegraph puts up a photo gallery of it. Well, whatever. I have …

After spending a whole week in Río de Janeiro for the “World Youth Day 2013,” Pope Francis finally returned to the Vatican, but not before giving a very unexpected and candid Q & A with all the journalists on board …