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Coke has released one of the many “official songs” for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and trust me, it is the most tasteless thing they have done since Tab Clear.

“Colors,” performed by Jason Derulo, also has nothing to do …

I know what you’re all thinking: Doesn’t Bianca usually write about the economy?

That’s correct; however, my economic writing is designed to break down and demystify complex topics and distill the information into something that is digestible and clear.

So …

Yesterday, dystopian author Margaret Atwood tweeted that crimes committed during Argentina’s last dictatorship were a source of inspiration for her harrowing book, The Handmaid’s Tale, the 1985 novel that inspired an award-winning TV show released for streaming on Hulu last …

Ever since the Uruguayan government legalized marijuana and proceeded to start selling it, Argentines with a taste for the substance have been making their way to the neighboring country to try to buy and consume it without having to …

Everybody, we’re officially cool.

In case you didn’t know, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos was recently visiting Argentina with his family and, according to sources, after visiting El Calafate and Tierra del Fuego, spent a night in Buenos Aires, where he …

Is it the accent? Or is it the the fact that you’ve had enough histeria for the rest of your life?

Whatever it is, it seems to be working. Because according to a recent survey conducted by popular dating app …

If you attended Coldplay’s show last night at the Estadio Unico in La Plata, chances are you got goosebumps. Or cried. Or both. In what was the most unexpected moment of the night, the English band suddenly surprised its thousands …

Eighteen years ago, three grown men from Rosario founded the 500,000-member strong Iglesia Maradoniana to praise the love of fútbol legend Diego Armando Maradona above all things.

Last Sunday was Maradonian Christmas Eve and hundreds joined in holy bliss to …

In the midst of one of the busiest intersections in Buenos Aires, that is, in Coronel Diaz and Santa Fe, there lies what one could call a haunted house. In the heart of Palermo, hiding in plain sight, there’s an …

Oh, what’s that? The streets have converted into lush tunnels of greenery, a warm breeze has begun to stir, and there’s a flush of renewed optimism and naturally provided allergens in the air? Well we can’t stop those seasonal allergies …