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The Carnaval murga madness is reaching its end this climax in Buenos Aires with one last, huge fiesta taking place on Monday. Yes, the reason you’re getting four blissful days off work this week is that porteños will be taking …

Argentina is already home to the best steak and some of the best football players in the world, or that’s what we’d like to think, but we’ve now got the stamp of approval for being the home to the most …

With the prospect of a renewed debate on abortion in Argentina, and International Women’s Day approaching quickly on March 8th, there have been a surge of events celebrating womanhood in all of its definitions in the city.

From workshops and …

As our favorite museums, theaters, and cultural centers all grind to a halt for summer vacation and legions of porteños begin their exodus to the Atlantic coast, another year in Buenos Aires comes to a close… And it’s time to …

This Friday marks the vernal equinox in the Southern Hemisphere — in other words, it’s spring folks! Not that you really needed us to tell you that though, we’re sure the mid-week hot flashes were enough. More sunshine is on …

About a year ago, after multiple fitness failures, I lost my patience trying to find a sustainable exercise regime. Fitness fads had me feeling more frantic than fit.Gyms were a no-no after too many bad experiences involving second-rate machinery, combined …

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The Harlem Shake is so March 2013. But I must admit this latest version created by the performers of the Uruguayan National Ballet (directed by Argentine legend Julio Bocca) looks pretty good.

According to Uruguay’s Official Broadcasting, …