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We’re just hours away from the highly anticipated, yet highly unnecessary PASO primaries in Argentina, and though the veda electoral means official campaigning is no longer allowed, one last-minute – and extremely important – topic has been thrown into the …

Argentina is just days away from the PASO primaries, and political tensions are higher than ever. As the country deals with the ever-widening grieta, everyone has an opinion about how they’ll react once the votes are counted. In true …

What were your biggest accomplishments at the age of 17? Mine were having successfully convinced my parents to let me both dye my hair hot pink and get my bellybutton pierced. No, that isn’t a joke. Which is why Tadeo

Can’t we all just get along? If you kept up with the tension between animal rights activists and traditional campo rituals at Expo Rural last weekend, you’ll have your answer. And because Argentina has decided to prove to us once …

Dulce de leche, Fernet, bad haircuts, inflation, and The Rolling Stones. It doesn’t get much more Argentine than that, does it? The Twittersphere went wild earlier today after legendary guitarist Keith Richards shared a photo of Argentine superfans at …

Goodbye blowdryers, flatirons, damaging chemical relaxers, expensive Brazilian blowouts and Keratin treatments. Counteracting the rhetoric of pelo lacio, the massive internet community that is Rulos Arg promotes curly hair acceptance in Argentina – and beyond.

Started in 2017, Rulos Arg …

It’s kind of hard to define what chonguear means in Argentina. It derives from the word chongo which is typically translated to mean “boy toy,” those disposable dates that are painfully obvious will not evolve into anything serious long-term. C…

Oh, Twitter threads. What did our lives look like without you? It seems every week there’s a new one popping up just full of delicious tidbits and treats for us to nibble on. Whether they compare icons to local

We could argue all day about what Horacio Rodríguez Larreta is and isn’t. A lot of this discussion would rely heavily on what we think about his role as Mayor of the City of Buenos Aires and, to an almost …

Now that the Copa América has come and gone, it’s time for all of us to go back to our lives and forget about football for a while. God knows that all of the tournaments Argentina has participated in for …