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So, who else recently awoke from a food coma and having a hard time believing it’s already the weekend again? With stomachs still full of empanadas and pockets lighter after stocking up on all that fancy olive oil at the …

With the ever-constant threat of a trade war between world powers as a backdrop, President Mauricio Macri defended and highlighted the benefits of multilateralism in his speech at the BRICS summit yesterday, which he attended as the Chair of this …

President Mauricio Macri will travel to South Africa this Thursday to participate in the annual BRICS summit, where Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa come together to discuss common issues. The search for responses to the threat of a …

With the prospect of a renewed debate on abortion in Argentina, and International Women’s Day approaching quickly on March 8th, there have been a surge of events celebrating womanhood in all of its definitions in the city.

From workshops and …

After an alleged real-feel of 40 degrees Celsius last Sunday, this weekend will provide a much welcome respite from the heat. Cool breezy days coupled with intervals of sunshine are just begging to be enjoyed with some activities. Take an …

After a full three days of work it’s time for yet another glorious weekend. All those in a favor of a permanent three day work-week say aye? (No changes to our salaries though, that would be completely out of the …

With legislative elections taking place this Sunday, our weekend routine is set to be a bit different. The electoral veda, or ban, goes into effect on Saturday at midnight, prohibiting the sale of alcohol and taking most boliches out …

August is upon us my lovelies — and if you’re wondering where the year has gone, you’re certainly not on your own. This weekend promises to be much brighter than the last few we’ve had, with some solid sunshine to …

The Indian Embassy is in the middle of hosting “Festival de la India”, its sixth ten-day festival bringing Indian culture to Buenos Aires. Per usual, there are a bunch of events that you can sift through here including daily dance …

The fact that Argentina is the country with the highest rate of psychoanalysts per capita has never made better sense.

This country lives in state of constant identity crisis. One day, we are all proud descendants of European immigrants. The