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Imagine for a moment that you’re the member of a small indie band in Neuquén; one of those independent, self financed ventures. You play a wide array of music genres that range from rock to reggae, from cumbia to folklore. …

It’s that time of the year again. Temperatures are starting to rise, trees are beginning to show the first signs of blossom (and pollen), and the pharmaceutical market is about to make a killing as anti-allergy tablets fly off …

As Buenos Aires gives us a bout of both humid heat and chilly cold, in the space of about 48 hours we’ve been reaching for both the air conditioning and heating. Confused? Not to worry. The weekend ahead looks bright

With October now behind us, it’s time to refresh our monthly film guide and open your eyes to the world of cinema that lies around every corner in Buenos Aires. As we discussed last month, Argentines love a good film …

Buenos Aires can be a crazy city sometimes. No, I’m not talking about the recent guerrilla warfare we had in front of Congress, or the fact that our President is trying to be friends with Trump’s Brazilian twin – I’m …

The popular belief seems to be that the advent of technology – specifically, the trifecta of cell phones, the Internet, and social media – has modified our daily lives to the point where it’s created a whole bevy of new

Unless you’ve been cryogenically preserved or living inside a cave for the last few months, you may have realized that we’re currently in a bit of a crisis here in Argentina. Inflation is soaring, transportation is getting more expensive

As Buenos Aires approaches the sixth consecutive year of honoring all things Italian, it’s time to start fasting, as we can smell the aromas of one of the tastiest weeks of the year just around the corner! This Italian extravaganza

Argentina is a veritable pioneer for LGBTQIA+ rights, becoming the first country in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriage in 2010 and, more recently, passing gender identity laws in 2012 that allow citizens to change their gender without barriers of …

Halloween in Argentina isn’t as established an event as it is in the US or UK: there are no trick-or-treaters plaguing our streets in tiny ghost costumes equipped with little bags waiting for expected donations of sugary treats. There are …