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U G L Y…Get to the gym and put down that fry! Ladies, this is important. The Miami Dolphins are in Buenos Aires recruiting cheerleaders for their upcoming season and you could be next on their roster. Well, auditions were

From Fernando Livschitz  the guy who brought you the insanely viral “inception park” that turned Buenos Aires into a giant amusement park, comes a new video showing the city streets as if they were invaded by vintage toys.

The …

Whoever said the National Government is incapable of being empathetic, has no idea what they are talking about. This morning, as many homes and businesses throughout the city fell victim of a short-lived deluge, the Casa Rosada (or “Pink House” …

Remember in Macroeconomics 101 when you learned that the three ways that a central bank controls the exchange rate is via changing the discount rate, open market operations, or changing reserve requirements?

Obviously you do (not). So of course, you´ve …

Why this is news, we’ll never know. Specially since the Line H is the one you hardly ever take.

But Mayor Macri inaugurated the Hospitales station today (someone should update that Wikipedia page), the eight of the fourteen stations planned …

Kids these days.

Back when we were young, teenage gangs would resolve their differences by either staging a totally effeminate choreography a la West Side Story or via a Street Fighter II deathmatch at the arcade.…

Right when we started to grow fond of the idea of running into birdie Chávez at a local park or even think about the lack of toilette paper as something people will look back on it some day and laugh …

It takes being in Palermo Soho for all of five minutes to realize that Buenos Aires has a thriving gay scene, and a refreshingly open take on what it means to be a “gay-friendly” city. As an outsider, it’s pretty …

As you all probably know, Chicas Bondi, the popular and creepy tumbler page that attracts the voyeuristic sensitivity of serial masturbators and serial killers alike, is in legal trouble after its founder, Recoleta denizen Santiago González Agote, was accused …

By now we are all used to City legislator María José Lubertino‘s Twitter rants. They are as hilarious as they are scary, and that’s OK because that’s usually what Twitter is all about.

So as many of us today …