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Google translate will tell you that boliche means bowling in Spanish, but in Argentina, this word takes on a whole new meaning. Boliche is Argentine for nightclub, also known as the pieces that come together to form Buenos Aires’s reputation

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 …

Let’s talk cinema clubs. A term that perhaps evokes an image of dense intellectuals huffing over hard-to-get movies by crackers European film directors and paying a monthly subscription fee (like Netflix…) But here, sh*t ain’t like that as Ice-T …

Following reports that neighborhood clubs and community centers throughout the country risk having to close their doors due to their inability to pay the high costs of electricity, water and gas and everything else undergoing massive price hikes, the nation’s …

In an effort to modernize the City of Buenos Aires and appease angry neighbors, legislators and planners have proposed to move boliches, or nightclubs, within the city to a designated area in the Costanera Norte (the coastal northern zone