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Entries with Keyword #BACapitalGastronomica

Welcome back after the time warp that was this week. It seems like we’ve spent several months (and seasons) hard at work since donning shorts to that Sunday asado over the long weekend, doesn’t it? The temperatures are cooling down

If March is the unofficial start of the year in Argentina, then it’s during the month of May that things really hit their sweet spot. With the last vestiges of swampy summer in the past and #BootSeason on the horizon …

Well folks—we did it! It’s officially the finde largo de Semana Santa, and Buenos Aires is free to enjoy a sun soaked four-day break that makes it hard to believe winter is coming soon. Those who have managed to

As if the overwhelming amount of artistic and cultural events taking place this week around Buenos Aires weren’t enough, get ready to add even more fun to the agenda. From Thursday, April 11th through Sunday, April 21st, the ALMAlbec Festival

We’re approximately 124 days into the first month of 2019, and there seems to be no end to our misery in sight. We’re breaking into a sweat before our feet even hit the floor each morning, returning to the daily …

The sixth edition of the Al Dente Italian gastronomic and cultural festival will return to Palermo this weekend, on December 8th and 9th. The festival is organized by the creators of Il Ballo de Mattone, which for those of …

It’s that time of the year again. Temperatures are starting to rise, trees are beginning to show the first signs of blossom (and pollen), and the pharmaceutical market is about to make a killing as anti-allergy tablets fly off …

As another turbulent week comes to an end in Buenos Aires, we all might need a bit of reminding as to why so many of us choose to live here and why Buenos Aires is still one of the most …

This past Sunday was the seventh edition of the Muza5k, the really bizarre event that combines eating pizza and walking nearly 70 blocks down Avenida Corrientes, and somehow makes it work. This year, it was massive, with over 1,500 …