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The sixth edition of the Al Dente Italian gastronomic and cultural festival will return to Palermo this weekend, on December 8th and 9th. The festival is organized by the creators of Il Ballo de Mattone, which for those of …

With the influx of immigration into Buenos Aires throughout the years, it isn’t surprising that the growth of independent culture in the city is ever-growing. But with this wide range of customs and practices which are, more often than not, …

Pablo Suárez, the artist who used naked bodies and expressive figuration to illustrate the “plebeian” life in Argentina, will feature from tomorrow in the MALBA in his very own exhibition Narciso Plebeyo.

A central and effectual figure of the …

It’s funny that no matter how dire things might feel in Argentina (hello, #macrisis), there’s always a never-ending list of cool new restaurants and bars to check out. Since it’s more important than ever to support local businesses, we’ve rounded …

Last weekend was supposed to mark the start of the Argentine Open at Palermo, the pinnacle of the country’s Triple Crown which comprises three tournaments: the Tortugas Open, the Hurlingham Open, and the Argentine Open. Unfortunately, due to Saturday’s bad …

When you think about nights at museums, chances are you think about those Ben Stiller movies from several years back. But here in Buenos Aires, in fact, this is a well-established event that all porteños get involved in, hopping from …

With October now behind us, it’s time to refresh our monthly film guide and open your eyes to the world of cinema that lies around every corner in Buenos Aires. As we discussed last month, Argentines love a good film …

In total, in a little over two months, I have moved apartments six times in Buenos Aires and I am currently looking for lucky number seven. I have been royally f$&ked over so many times when trying to find accommodation …

Palermo, a neighborhood renowned for its trendy bars and dingy nightclubs is also home to something a little less vivacious: bookshop cafés. 

This week, for me, was one of those weeks. You know the ones, those in which you

Masticar has come and gone but fear not, fellow gourmands, because Buenos Aires Food Week is just around the corner.

From October 1st through to the 14th, BA food week will be hosting its 12th edition, which will see 44