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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 …

“What products can you find in Tierra del Fuego? Centolla (king or spider crab), centollón (snow crab), cachiyuyo alga, merluza negra (Patagonian toothfish), mussels, sardines, cholgas, octopus… the Beagle Channel and beyond is so rich,” says Jorge Monopoli

In the celebration of its ten-year anniversary, the Fortabat museum, home to the private art collection of Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat, will re-open its doors this Friday in Puerto Madero after having undergone a new and exciting transformation that all

As another turbulent week comes to an end in Buenos Aires, we all might need a bit of reminding as to why so many of us choose to live here and why Buenos Aires is still one of the most …

So, it’s 1977. The forlorn hippie movement which had laid its foundations at the root of the revolution is turning into something else. Revolutionary changes, be them perceptual, psychedelic, or social, and the constant criticism of war, have lost their …

With a four-day week almost over, and a glorious sunshine filled long weekend now just a mere memory – when’s our next feriado? – it’s almost time to kick back and celebrate the joys of a 48-hour liberation from

Calling all art fans, tomorrow, October 19th at 7 PM the Goya + Picasso + Dalí: Art and Bullfighting exhibit will take over the Enrique Larreta Spanish Art Museum. Here you’ll have the chance to see around thirty works from …

The gastronomic milieu in Argentina is ever-growing, and while the quality of meat and wines that hallmark a typical asado tends to be high, when associating these products to the term “organic,” the correlation is near to none. Eating in …

Mark your calendars: the 18th edition of Doc Buenos Aires will kickoff this Thursday and will run through October 24th. As usual, it will be celebrating some of the most reputable cinematic documentaries at both the national and international levels.

Hallucinatory experiences cannot be defined as sustained perceptions that possess no reality, for there is no reality aside from perceptions. Instead, we must insist in defining hallucinosis as sustained perceptions that reach no social consensus. In that sense, we mistake …