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With the cooler winds finally blowing, Buenos Aires can once again live up to its name and we can enjoy the city sweat-free. Fortunately the cultural offering doesn’t change with the seasons, and there’s just as many live music events, …

One of the most historic barrios of Buenos Aires, San Telmo sees its cobbled stone streets flood with tourists in search of artisans and antiques every Sunday. Beginning at Plaza Dorrego and finishing close to Plaza de Mayo, it isn’t …

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 …

This past week has been a race for cooking oil. A real, physical race to the supermarket in a desperate attempt to continue frying our empanadas (because we all know fried empanadas are so much better than baked ones. Admit …

The sound of oil popping in a pan on top of the stove is like a beautiful serenade to my empty stomach. I will relish in that noise this week before oil falls victim to prices gone wild.

The government …

In addition to being awed by the Obelisco, Avenida de Mayo, or the non-stop nightlife, the one thing that that really seems to dazzle expats in Argentina is the meat. Meat seems to be the pulse of the city, found …

In addition to being awed by the Obelisco, Avenida de Mayo, or the non-stop nightlife, the one thing that that really seems to dazzle expats in Argentina is the meat. Meat seems to be the pulse of the city, found …