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It’s almost that time of year in Buenos Aires: the temperature’s heating up (plus a few intense lightning storms), fake trees are appearing in the shop windows, the pan dulce is flowing, and you’ve suddenly realized you have yet to

A couple of weeks ago Buenos Aires was all but completely shut down thanks to the visit of some of the most powerful people in the entire world for the G20 Summit. If you live here, then you probably heard

It’s estimated that a femicide occurs every 30 hours on average in this country, a staggering figure that reflects a deep issue in Argentine society. Fortunately, many women have refused to stand still and have become a massive force …

Many talk. A few rhyme. Only the best improvise. That’s the tagline for the international final of the Red Bull Batalla de los Gallos 2018, the massive international event that will be taking place this Sunday at the Club …

Whether you’re a Scrooge or more of a Buddy the Elf kind of character, there’s no avoiding that the holiday season is on the horizon. While decorations pop up over the city and we start getting excited about what we

With the month of December already upon us, it’s time to refresh our monthly film guide and delve into what we consider to be some of the best films screened in Buenos Aires. With specific reference to Portuguese and Nordic

This week Casa Brandon will play host to a diverse mix of artists, musicians, intellectuals, and DJs from around the world at the Festival de Arte Queer in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. …

If you’re not lucky enough to be heading to a quinta or the beach this weekend then be prepared for a slightly different weekend in Buenos Aires. With much of the city closed off and public transport going to pot

Thinking about going out this weekend in Buenos Aires, huh?

Well, besides the obvious limitations that arise from transportation going to hell, then there’s the small matter of security around the G20, which can mean that your friendly Saturday …

With the influx of immigration into Buenos Aires throughout the years, it isn’t surprising that the growth of independent culture in the city is ever-growing. But with this wide range of customs and practices which are, more often than not, …