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Happy hour, a time-honored tradition that brings people together to drink discounted alcohol and complain about their jobs, transcends geography and culture. What I mean by this: there is happy hour in Buenos AiresPorteños love to cap off

If you’ve recently seen our Practical Guide to Lollapalooza 2019, and realized too late that you missed out on tickets to Latin America’s biggest festival this weekend, then take a breather. We have some good news. First, there are …

We’ve all been there. You start your Saturday night with too much Fernet and the next thing you know, it’s Sunday afternoon. You can barely remember the number of clubs you went to, let alone the number of people you …

It’s a dog’s life, don’t you think? Well, if you can look past Argentina’s skyrocketing inflation, currency crisis, and all-out downward spiral toward insanity, sure. Which is why we need the company of our four-legged friends now more than ever. …

Buenos Aires probably isn’t the first place you associate with St. Patrick’s Day, but this city does it up surprisingly big in the patron saint’s honor. Our sources (ok, Wikipedia) tell us that the world’s fifth-largest Irish community in

We met at Boticario, that trendy bar in Palermo themed around the idea of an apothecary from yesteryear. The setting could not be more ideal: she sits in a chair she crafted, with a backdrop of a wallpaper she …

As a Libra (yep, I went there), I love love in all its forms. Mostly that means dogs and Neruda sonnets and having my forearm tickled as I fall asleep, but since February 14th is just around the bend, might …

Have an American friend that simply won’t shut up about football? Not fútbol but football (whose idea was it to name two great sports the same thing anyway?). They’ve probably been talking about Super Bowl 2019. In case you missed …

The holiday season is officially upon us, and if you’re spending these fiestas in Buenos Aires, perhaps you’ve found yourself scrambling to make plans for Christmas or New Year’s Eve. Whether you’re an expat orphan that hasn’t been lucky enough …

There are many things that one could complain about with music festivals, especially down here in Argentina. Yes, the simple act of standing around in a field with thousands of people is inherently exhausting. Yes, the event organization is often