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I know, I know. I also can’t decide. Should I take the raincoat, just in case, or should I dress up expecting one of those warm waves of damp air that seem to be oozing out from the Subte? I …

Walking from the Obelisco down Avenida Corrientes, it is easy to see why this stretch is called the Broadway of Buenos Aires. The dazzling lights, giant billboards, and sidewalks crammed with people give the area a certain Bright-Lights-Big-City vibe that …

Now that last week’s brutal wintry blast has kindly (albeit temporarily) left us to continue with our lives without the joy of having to constantly tell everyone around us “que frío,” it’s time to get out this weekend and …

With hot and cold fronts clashing right over our heads, it’s as though the city has been caught in a very humid battle between summer and winter. While it is normal for this time of year, it doesn’t make getting …

Ah, chilly March mornings, giving us a taste of the autumn season that’s to come. Pretty soon we’ll all be able to get to work without looking like we’ve run an Olympic race. Won’t that be a relief?

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With BBC Weather guaranteeing a full three days of sun ahead, it’s shaping up to be a marvellous weekend. And as we slowly begin to emerge from the dog days of summer, the city is starting to come back to …

Happy New Year everyone! And welcome to the first edition of ‘What to Do in Buenos Aires this Weekend’ of 2018. We know how hard it can be to get back to work after the holidays, so we’ve got lots …

When I walk into Caffarena 86, Margarita Romero is painting, smoking and listening to music. The work is in preparation for an exhibition on December 2nd, she explains. The exhibition, she tells me, will be about being …

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 …

As we all approach the end of the month with barely enough pesos in our pockets, it’s a great time to remember the overwhelming number of free activities in this city available to enrich our weekends! The Bienal Arte Joven …