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As the weather finally begins to warm up and we near that time of the year when the city turns violet for a few brief weeks, it becomes easier to understand why so many of us still find ourselves living …

That’s right folks, it’s an unlucky Friday the 13th! But in a strange turn of events, it would seem as if its unluckiness has been reversed here in the Southern Hemisphere. We’re about to dive into a three day weekend! …

With the close of another tumultuous week ahead of us, it’s time to start planning the weekend! As the weather warms up there are more and more opportunities to enjoy the fresh air outside at the city’s street markets, food …

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 …

Well, we’re running out of euphemisms for RAIN, so here it is folks: the forecast is in and it’s probably going to pour. Now that that’s out in the open maybe the sunshine will feel like coming back for that …

This coming Sunday, November 13, at 8pm the group BA Ritmo is bringing serving up their first Hip Festival  as a great anti-Sunday plan to spend with friends on a Colegiales rooftop surrounded by all things hip hop.

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For those of you in school: Congratulations! You survived the first half of the year. For the rest of you, hey it’s the weekend! Whether or not you actually passed your parciales or made any of your deadlines this week,

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has once again returned to the City of Buenos Aires, but this time, she won’t be dancing because of the rain and the economy. Well, in the words of Drake, “That’s why I need …

The 2016 Mundial de Tango is fast approaching and if you’re feeling like you’ve got what it takes to win it all, you can officially sign up to compete here.

Gustavo Correa

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Inscription is open for the two main competition

Everybody’s favorite Michael Jackson-wannabe-come-President Mauricio Macri has once again danced his way into the hearts (or black lists) of the people — this time, the Brazilian people. Globonews, a Brazilian channel covering the upcoming Carnaval, is using Mac’s famous