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Sixteen Candles. Madonna. Neon blue and pink eyeshadow. Listening to Eye of the Tiger on loop. Unleashing an entire can of hairspray into your hair. So were the 1980s of American youth culture… but what about Argentine youth?

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The Centro Cultural Recoleta reopened at the beginning of the year with some serious changes to its programming, which featured a new focus on hip-hop culture, new spaces for art and artists, and a fresh (kind of revolutionary, actually) take …

In the province of Buenos Aries, 24 percent of girls and women report having unprotected sex because their partner does not want to use contraception. According to a survey of 2,766 young people, women are more than three times as …

As we all approach the end of the month with barely enough pesos in our pockets, it’s a great time to remember the overwhelming number of free activities in this city available to enrich our weekends! The Bienal Arte Joven …

A whopping 1,082,400 young people in Argentina do not study nor work — the so-called NEETs (Not in Education, Employment, or Training), according to data released by Adecco, a consultancy firm. That amounts to 24.6 percent of Argentines between the …

In an effort to modernize the City of Buenos Aires and appease angry neighbors, legislators and planners have proposed to move boliches, or nightclubs, within the city to a designated area in the Costanera Norte (the coastal northern zone