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Nahuel Briones would never admit it himself. He would, in fact, probably hate that somebody wrote these words about him, but after listening to his records over and over again – particularly his later work, Guerrera/Soldado and El Nene Minado

With so many climatological changes going on around the world – forest fires in Finland, Cali and Greece, flooding and mudslides in Japan or the Mount Fuego Eruption (did nobody get that spoiler alert?) – inhabitants of Buenos Aires are …

With a full four days off to look forward to, many people are planning their own weekend getaways to the countryside. If you’re not taking the opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city though, then get …

The timely arrival of autumn this week has happily sent many of us digging for our jackets and scarves – and hey, after three whole months of summer’s humid, searing heat, who can really blame us?

For those of you …

After an alleged real-feel of 40 degrees Celsius last Sunday, this weekend will provide a much welcome respite from the heat. Cool breezy days coupled with intervals of sunshine are just begging to be enjoyed with some activities. Take an …

Well, we’re running out of euphemisms for RAIN, so here it is folks: the forecast is in and it’s probably going to pour. Now that that’s out in the open maybe the sunshine will feel like coming back for that …

Marcelo Ezquiaga will celebrate the release of his new album “Morocho” with a live performance at the Trastienda this Thursday. “Morocho” is a compilation of classic Carlos Gardel hits, with a modern twist. In an effort to personalize the tangos …

Justin Bieber has spoken to us Argentina. And he is, appropriately, really really sorry.

Referencing an incident two weeks ago in which he tossed an argentine flag gifted to him by a fan out of car window, the Biebs …