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There are a lot of ways to make small talk nowadays. Most of them have to do with TV and Netflix series which seem to have become the go-to topic among groups of friends and coworkers for several years now. …

There are Instagram accounts for pretty much all the pleasures in life. Are you looking for eye candy in the form of hot bods? Check. Travel and leisure pics? Check. Food porn? Check, check, check. So it’s only natural that …

There are several unequivocal signs that you’re getting old. Your knees hurt when it’s raining outside. You complain about the music being too loud at a bar. You start to honestly enjoy shopping for home goods like pillows and kitchen …

Instagram is a wild and crazy place. One day you can be checking out some miniature landscapes on everyday objects while the next you’re scrolling through the feeed of a guy traveling with his Godzilla pet. It’s confusing, odd, …

It was a stormy night in Berazategui, one of the many cities that comprise el Conurbano, that enormous area home to 13 million residents that surrounds Argentina’s capital. Guillermo and two of his closest friends were to play a …

The popular belief seems to be that the advent of technology – specifically, the trifecta of cell phones, the Internet, and social media – has modified our daily lives to the point where it’s created a whole bevy of new

Whether you’re a drink aficionado or a full-blown foodie expert, we have found the perfect experience for you. As the culinary climate continues to develop in Argentina, the food and drinks market has been revolutionized. Consumers want better quality, fresher …

After an exhausting 15-hour debate, Argentina’s Senate has said ‘no’ to legalizing abortion. The legislators of the Upper House discussed the future of reproductive rights while thousands gathered around Congress for an all-day, all-night vigil in the frigid Buenos Aires …

Increasingly, Argentine residents are turning to Facebook “Compra/Vende,” or “Buy/Sell” groups to trade goods and obtain basic necessities that they might not be able to afford otherwise. This practice has become increasingly common among the country’s poor,

It’s hard to believe that nearly two weeks have gone by since Argentina’s Lower House voted to pass the bill legalizing abortion, a momentous step that represented the culmination of years of campaigning by the Campaña nacional por el Derecho