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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 …

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. …

“I was thinking. I want you to sell me as the human Barbie. I believe it will work well and I want to go viral”, says the 21-year-old sitting opposite me with short pink hair and thick black glasses, before

Here’s the thing about the vastness of cinema: as much as it can bring us along in grand journeys of heroism, epic struggles, and fantastical worlds full of never-before-seen wonders, it can also be used to shine a light on

Hooray! It’s that time of week again when we all mentally check out of work and start planning what we’ll be doing with our days of freedom. With an extra day off in honor of the Día del Respeto a

When we imagine shows in Buenos Aires, we usually don’t think of a little theater tucked behind a working café, putting on a scarcely-known, very political play steeped in Argentine history and demanding some real mental effort. But this is

Here we are, a generation of loyal expatriates and local traitors converging to make Buenos Aires one of the craziest cities to live and die in. A generation that skips TV channels like Neo downloads programs into his brain in …

Open House Buenos Aires is back again for the fifth year running since its opening in 2013 as the first city in Latin America as an initiative to open some of the most prestigious, innovative, and beautiful buildings for free