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Entries with Keyword tango

So, we’ve finally made it to the weekend! But if you were planning to spend most of it kicking back at the bar or boliche, you’ll want to keep in mind that things this weekend are going to be a …

If you’ve ever been dragged along on a walking tour of Buenos Aires, you’ve probably heard the (not so humble) humble-brag that Buenos Aires is THE birthplace of tango. And while its music and movement have gone international, no …

So, who else is enjoying the novelty of spending the 4th of July in the blustery Upside Down that we call Argentina? Yeah, yeah, I know. This isn’t the U.S. (despite how hard Palermo tries), and we can’t expect everyone …

Argentina’s November pride celebrations (check out these awesome photos from last year’s march) may still be a long way off, but the LGBTQ+ community of Buenos Aires doesn’t limit celebration and pride to an official month. This June, Buenos Aires …

As the last week of July comes to a cold, wet close, and our brief winter vacation with it, there’s no denying that spirits are pretty low, so it’s time to take advantage of our final few days off. Our …

Argentina is perceived by many to be a primarily white, European country, with Buenos Aires often referred to as the “Paris of Latin America” in popular culture. This perception is rooted in a post-colonial process where Argentine leaders and intellectuals

Tango. It’s synonymous with passion, chemistry, melancholy, and a whole host of stereotypes which work to craft an image of a dance traditionally charged with drama and emotion (as well as being just a little bit machista).

Whether you’ve …

With a particularly icy wind running through the city this week, it seems clear that we’ve hit the fast forward button through fall and have headed straight into winter. Thanks to the early onset of darkness at this point in …

As the cold kicks in, and the skies cloud up (again), it’s time to start thinking about hygge-fying your life. You know, that lovely Danish concept — in English, roughly translated as the art of coziness — including lots …

I’d bet you anything that, unless you were born and raised in Argentina, the word ‘Argentine’ conjures up the image of Malbec, meat, and tango. Well, while the love for asado and the sheer volume of bodegas in the country …