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Buenos Aires has a lot to offer. From its stunning architecture to its bustling arts and culture scene, there’s a plethora of reasons to love this city. But once you’ve set up camp in the city for a while and

Yesterday saw long queues lining Perón Street as 700 of Once’s informal street vendors waited to sign up to the scheme agreed on during negotiations between representatives of the Buenos Aires Government and the vendors, whose vending posts were removed

People like to be where the money is, and right now, the informal sector of the economy is still booming in Argentina. According to the Argentine Confederation of Medium-Sized Companies, the informal market brought in AR $14.825 million in 2016. …

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For the second day in a row, groups of informal street vendors are blocking traffic this morning at the intersection of Pueyrredón and Mitre, in the neighborhood of Once. They …

There will be a protest outside Congress at 6 PM today organized by a group of family members of victims and survivors affected by crime and judicial impunity under the rallying cry #ParaQueNoTePase (“So it doesn’t happen to you) to …

The reality of violent crime in the City of Buenos Aires hit home this afternoon when two intense shootouts took place within 13 blocks of each other in the neighborhoods of Almagro and Once. The result? One alleged robber killed …

The Federal Chamber has confirmed the prosecution of former Planning Minister Julio De Vido for the 2012 Buenos Aires railway disaster, also known as the Once Tragedy, in which 51 people were killed and 789 injured. De Vido is …

It takes balls to open a closed door restaurant. It takes even bigger ones to host a nine course tasting menu in your studio apartment in Once where there is just enough room to scoot the bed over to the …

Something happens as you approach the middle of the city. Entering the barrios of Abasto or Once, one starts to notice the increasing abundance of wide brimmed black felt hats and unique approaches to facial hair maintenance. No, this isn’t …

It was one of the more headline-grabbing moments of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s melodramatic final address at the opening of Congress last March 1st: The maligned Argentine railway system has been renationalized and taken into public ownership again in …