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Congratulations! If you’re reading this, you’ve survived the melting temperatures we had to endure the past few days. Luckily, this weekend will bring nothing but the type of  birrita en la vereda weather, so hurry and call that friend with …

A thirty year-old man struck and killed 23 year-old French tourist Jonathan Elie Louis Jauneau while driving his Ford Fiesta last night in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo. While the victim died on the scene, the driver – a …

There is finally some sunshine in store for us after a bout of hot and cold this week. And with La Noche de los Museos (Museum Night) coming up on Saturday, clear skies really couldn’t come at a better time. …

The smell of smoke and fire interrupts our quiet dinner conversation and makes the pleasant French soundtrack ringing in the salon wash out into the ether of my brain. My nostrils flare outwards and I pause mid-sentence, craning my neck

Tucked into a tiny storefront on one of the well-trodden, outlet-littered streets lining Villa Crespo, is an unassuming little store front. A closer look reveals a single room store straight out of Neverland: cacti in wall cubbies, retro alarm clocks, …

This weekend might be a wash out in terms of the weather, but at least it delivers by having more than enough options to keep you entertained and most importantly, well fed. Brave the predicted storms and spend some time

The week of March 7th, marks the kickoff of French film week, organized by the French Institute and hosted by the French Alliance on Córdoba 946. The week-long event will project a selection of five films at 7.30PM every …

This weekend was meant to set the stage for an epic as our favorite French food fairs – Le Marché and Le Petit Mercado – were taking place simultaneously. Sadly, news is in: due to the rainy weather Le Marché …

The Paris of South America, Buenos Aires certainly is not. Those in the city who have fallen foul of that common travel-guide-lie may have a French itch that needs scratching, and Atelier De Céline is the place to do it.…

Le Petit Mercado – a foodie’s heaven and open air delight – will be descending upon Buenos Aires this Sunday if you’re in the mood for a bit of cuisine not involving a meat fest (although there’s still gonna be …