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Hi there, friends, and well-wishers, and welcome to a new edition of your weekend guide. It’s a new day in Argentina, as now-lame-duck-president Mauricio Macri made his case for a second term and the country let out a collective “eh, …

**WARNING: TONIGHT’S EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES**

Whether you’re a Dracula chillin’ out on the Club’s outside terrace, or a Wolfy dancing to the Monster Mash with Frankenstein’s bride in front of the 48 star American Flag …

Halloween is the greatest day of the year. That’s not an opinion, it’s a fact. Sorry, I don’t make the rules. Luckily the trickle down effect of pop culture (and capitalism?) means that dates or events that haven’t typically been …

Another week means another weekend, and this happens to be the spookiest weekend of the year. Is it because it’s Halloween (or rather, the weekend closest to Halloween without going over)? Or is it because the political future of this …

Halloween in Argentina isn’t as established an event as it is in the US or UK: there are no trick-or-treaters plaguing our streets in tiny ghost costumes equipped with little bags waiting for expected donations of sugary treats. There are …

With summer slowly approaching and the evenings getting longer, it seems like the perfect opportunity to delve into Argentina’s famous Ciclos de Cine, or themed film series. Although this isn’t a tradition that happens exclusively in summer, the …

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. …

This Friday is one of my favorite holidays: Halloween. A night of debauchery, costumes, and candy…what could be better? Halloween hasn’t been widely celebrated in Buenos until relatively recently, but it is becoming quite popular (duh, it’s awesome). There are …

This Friday is one of my favorite holidays: Halloween. A night of debauchery, costumes, and candy…what could be better? Halloween hasn’t been widely celebrated in Buenos until relatively recently, but it is becoming quite popular (duh, it’s awesome). There are …