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Allie remembers the moment like it was yesterday. She was filming Pick Up The Fork, a web series derived from her very successful eponymous food blog. That day she was visiting Astor, one of the restaurants she had …

Florida, Corrientes, Defensa: When it comes to notable streets and avenues, Buenos Aires puts forth some heavy-hitting candidates. Egged on by insistent guidebooks, newcomers are told that if their visits to the city don’t include strolls down these thoroughfares, it

In the midst of this Peso Palaver™, it’s easy to forget that this year is still set to be an exciting one for Argentina, and the city of Buenos Aires in particular, as it gears up to be an Art …

This month is crammed with art, food and music and this weekend might just be the biggest one of them of all, with Masticar, Art Basel, and Gallery Weekend Buenos Aires (GWBA). This last one is a …

In 2016, the Art Basel Cities Initiative was officially launched, and Buenos Aires was announced as the first partner city. One can understand why this would be the perfect choice just by spending some time here in the capital. Simply …

Chances are, if you live in Buenos Aires, you probably have at least one craft beer joint in a three block radius around your house, your office, or your university. These places have been exploding all over town over the …

After a woman spotted a hand grenade lying on the sidewalk on Armenia street, between Paraguay and Charcas, the authorities were alerted to the threat in the Palermo neighborhood this afternoon.

The MK 2 grenade, or pineapple hand grenade, was …

Buenos Aires, like any capital city, is bursting full of amazing sights and sounds to engage both tourists and residents alike. Some of these delights are more hidden gems that you have to hunt around for, places you’ve heard about …

Let’s be honest. On a raw, wintry day, tucking into a big bowl of soup feels like the only rational activity. When your feet have been damp for what feels like weeks, when you no longer remember what a blue

After the promise by Mauricio Macri to redevelop the Buenos Aires city zoo into an ecological park “to preserve, research and promote the care of nature and life,” the area has once again found itself at the center of controversy.…