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Calling all art fans, tomorrow, October 19th at 7 PM the Goya + Picasso + Dalí: Art and Bullfighting exhibit will take over the Enrique Larreta Spanish Art Museum. Here you’ll have the chance to see around thirty works from …

Picture this: you’re new in the city. You speak basic castellano at best, meaning that you are basically as helpless as a newborn kitten. On top of that, you haven’t yet met friendly locals to take you under their wing

As public consciousness shifts, so does the way we describe the world around us. With the growing popularity of feminist and LGBTQ+ movements globally, it is no surprise that the use of a third, grammatically-neutral gender in the Spanish language …

On my third night in Buenos Aires, one of my housemates found my Tinder. He was a better coquette than I, and an expert deployer of emoji flirt bombs, so I watched as he proceeded to net about seven guys …

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One of the most difficult things about learning a new language and becoming integrated into a new culture is finding literature that is actually accessible. A good place to start might be to re-read books that you already know and …

You’ve just arrived in Buenos Aires, fresh faced and eager to tackle the city. You’ve got four years of high school Spanish under your belt, maybe two college seminars, and if you’re lucky you’ve read a Gabriel Garcia Marquez book

Oh, come on now. At least he’s trying.

Last year, before the US Senate confirmed him as the new US ambassador to Argentina, Noah Mamet had to deal with a lot of hatin’.

You see, after president Barack Obama nominated …

I’ll set the scene, shall I? Ponele: it’s Monday, and a good dose of the fear on Sunday night has you wondering why you ever committed yourself to a job that requires getting out of bed in the morning. …