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It takes a special kind of person to play an instrument in the Buenos Aires Subte. It’s not just about the talent which, by the way, overflows from the platforms and trains to the tune of dozens of diverse music …

Every March 24th, Argentina commemorates the Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice, sanctioned as Law 25,633 by the National Congress on August 1, 2002. The date coincides with the anniversary of the coup d’état of 1976 that overthrew …

Last Friday, hundreds of thousands of people flooded the streets and plazas of Argentina to commemorate International Women’s Day, referred to colloquially as #8M. In Buenos Aires alone, it was estimated that more than 100,000 activists marched from …

There is an element to being British in Argentina that other foreigners do not likely experience. Every so often, while chatting in a taxi or buying groceries at the verdulería, the question of where I’m from arises. And, though usually …

There are a lot of ways of trying to understand Once, the area located smack dab in the middle of Balvanera, home to one of the largest Jewish communities in Argentina and quite possibly the busiest commercial area in …

All photos were taken by Lautaro Sourigues. You can see more of his work on Instagram.

Yhon is 28 years old, and originally from Venezuela. He lives with his girlfriend, Ana, in a pension in the neighborhood of Balvanera.

The 27th Annual LGBTQ+ Pride Parade of Buenos Aires took place last Saturday, with tens of thousands of people marching with one main demand in sight: the approval of equal labor inclusion measures for the transgender community. A record 18 …

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 …

We walked through the streets of Microcentro, just Julian, the photographer, and me. We arrived just in time at the address but had to check the number twice before entering. From the outside, the place seemed like any classic Buenos …

All photos were taken by Lautaro Sourigues. You can see more of his work on Instagram.

If you are among those that think Uruguay is essentially just another Argentine province, you are dead wrong. Argentina doesn’t have Candombe.…