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206 countries and 4012 athletes aged between 15-18 are coming together on Saturday in Buenos Aires to celebrate the opening of the Youth Olympic Games (YOG), with competitions commencing on the 7th in 8 …

Biopics are a strange beast. Yes, we all like having a behind-the-scenes look at real-life notable figures, but biopics can also make for wholly unsatisfying movie-watching experiences. Too often, filmmakers’ attempts at drawing a traditional three-act structure from the entirety

On the whole, out here in Buenos Aires it doesn’t take a lot of research to find restaurants serving cuisine from all parts of the world. Whether you’re wanting a shawarma, develop a sudden craving for dim sum, or fancy

After a tempestuous turn of the weather last weekend, the skies have cleared and we might just be able to make it past the front door this time around without getting caught up in some sort of apocalyptic storm. As

Ignorance is bliss, somebody said. And even though most of us couldn’t agree to a freedom based on lies, the most merciful thing in the world is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents. We live …

I’m still trying to wrap my head around the notion that we are days away from entering the month of Halloween, as I’m still pretty convinced it was Easter just three weeks ago. However, October it is, and Netflix has …

Now that we’ve finally made it to the weekend, let’s first raise a glass to the fact that Argentina is still somehow functioning, an applause-worthy achievement when you think about it. This week’s paro general froze the country on Tuesday

With its long and rich history, the Smithsonian has become an institution synonymous with research, culture and factual truth. So it was only fitting that they would sooner or later run with this reputation and venture into the media landscape …

Another week, another string of depressing socioeconomic news, another edition of the Playlist!

Heraclitus said “everything changes”, but Parmenides wrote “everything is always the same”. Which one is it? Who knows? If these geek philosophers – pardon the typo –

Full disclosure: I really wish this guide existed when I first arrived in Argentina. This one is for those who truly wish to immerse themselves within Argentine culture and experience all aspects of living in Buenos Aires (not just hitting