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Come one, come all to Hip Hop Cultura. No, seriously, everyone is welcome. For three years now, the Centro Cultural Recoleta has dedicated Saturday afternoons to the education and celebration of hip hop and its tangentially-related art forms. You’ll

Can you believe it’s already the weekend? After last Saturday’s holiday and Wednesday’s massive transit strikes, it’s normal if the rhythm of this week seems a little off. And for those of us from the United States, the schedule gets …

What’s your belief system of choice? Horoscopes, multiple gods and goddesses, one god, luck, karma, nihilism, science? All of the above? None of the above? No matter the answer, you’re likely to find some like-minded people at Yo Creo,

The Centro Cultural Recoleta reopened at the beginning of the year with some serious changes to its programming, which featured a new focus on hip-hop culture, new spaces for art and artists, and a fresh (kind of revolutionary, actually) take …

Congratulations everyone, we’ve made it through the first 31 days of the year! It may not feel like much, but trust us, the first month in Argentina has felt like a year in and of itself. While we all contemplate

As Buenos Aires gives us a tempestuous and wet start to the summer season it looks like with a bit of luck the storm clouds may just lift for a short window this weekend. It may not be quite the

After more than a year of renovation, remodeling, and overall reconceptualizing, the beloved Centro Cultural Recoleta will reopen its doors this Thursday, January 10th with a massive bash that includes (takes deep, deep breath): performances by Juan Ingaramo and DJ …

Hooray! It’s that time of week again when we all mentally check out of work and start planning what we’ll be doing with our days of freedom. With an extra day off in honor of the Día del Respeto a

Immigration is one of the most contentious and divisive topics in the world, with migrant populations often finding themselves victims of suspicion and derision by their host nation. Sadly, Argentina is no different. While the immigrant population in Argentina is …

If you’ve been out and about in Buenos Aires over the last few weeks, you have probably realized that March has been a pretty big deal for women. The wrongly called “weaker sex” proved they’re nothing of the sort, challenging