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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you’ve probably realized that the Venezuelan population in Buenos Aires has skyrocketed. Chances are you probably study or work with one already, or that you’ve stumbled upon …

Amidst one of the busiest cultural weeks of the year in Buenos Aires that already features arteBA, BAFICI film festival, and the reopening of the Bellas Artes museum comes news that porteño artistic powerhouse MALBA has finally chosen its …

Move aside Noche de las Heladerías and Noche de las Pizzerías… There’s a new bad boy in town. This Saturday, April 6th will be the debut of the Noche de las Arepas in Buenos Aires, where you’ll be able …

A lot of context gets lost in all of the political rhetoric surrounding the crisis in Venezuela, especially when international politics is concerned. So we want to keep the focus on one key fact here; the fact that there is …

Juan Guaidó’s swearing in as the interim president of Venezuela marked a turning point in the political, economic, and social crisis the country has endured for the past several years.

Now that the opposition has managed to rally behind a …

Twenty former Latin American presidents sent a letter to Pope Francis in which they criticize the Pontiff’s recent Christmas speech in which he asked, from the balconies of the Vatican Apostolic Palace before thousands in St. Peter’s Square, that “concord” …

Arepas are a staple in any Venezuelan or Colombian’s diet, akin to pasta or pizza for an Italian. My “first time” at munching this corn treat was about three years ago after a night out in Barranquilla Carnival in Colombia. …

According to the International Monetary Fund’s latest report, Argentina will have the fifth highest inflation rate in the world. In fourth place is Iran (47.8), third is Sudan (64.3), second is South Sudan (99.4) and with the highest inflation of