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You’ve been there before. We all have. You just left a boliche, bar, or friend’s house in wee hours, definitely a little tipsy from one too many birras or glasses of wine. You walked toward the nearest big avenue …

Mark your calendars: the 18th edition of Doc Buenos Aires will kickoff this Thursday and will run through October 24th. As usual, it will be celebrating some of the most reputable cinematic documentaries at both the national and international levels.

After two weeks of negotiations between Argentina and Japan, Santa Fe factory San Ignacio will officially be sending its first shipment of dulce de leche to Japan. The move comes soon after the country’s first ever export of beef to

Art, in all its forms, is a manifestation of human expression that is so often linked to politics of protest. On Friday, spectators in the Municipal Cultural Center of the city of Rafaela in the province of Santa Fe were …

On June 14th, the Congress voted yes on a bill that seeks to not only provide women with safe and legal abortion as part of the free public healthcare system, but which would also expand reproductive and sexual education in

The Santa Fe province and parts of the Córdoba province in Argentina continue to grapple with widespread flooding and heavy rain. According to the governor of Santa Fe, Miguel Lifschitz, between 500 and 600 people have had to be evacuated.…

Between all the Christmas eating, last-minute gift buying, mandatory movie watching, mourning George Michael and reeling from the shock over Carrie Fisher, this festive weekend was more distracting than most for catching up on what was going on news-wise.…

I’m guessing the overall state of shock everybody was in throughout last week meant that this weekend was dedicated to self-care, sunbathing, Netflix or blocking people on Facebook. No time or energy for actual news reading.

Despite the title of …

The Narco-Granny of Rosario, also known as “Old Alcira,” has been arrested. The Santa Fe provincial police raided the widow’s home today and caught her red handed selling high-grade cocaine (known as “fly wings” here) marketed to wealthy customers …

Social media is indubitably the place where the most vicious attacks within society can be found: just go to the comment section of any kitten video on YouTube and you are more likely to find many more completely overblown arguments …