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Stay Healthy This Spring!

This health update is brought to you by Lauren Dulberg L.Ac, MSTOM, owner and acupuncturista at Acupuncture Buenos Aires. Spring is all about the energy of rebirth and …

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RESTAURANTS

Semana del Vino 2014

Itinerary originally published by Rebecca Litovsky on Rebecca’s International Kitchen.  See the original story and full list of restaurants here. From September 29 through October …

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VIVI'S VIEW

Top 5 Stereotypes About Love And Lust In Argentina

Article by Rachael Leonie. Perhaps it’s the clash of Latin passion and Euro classicism; the lingering notes of Evita that settle upon the city; or …

Learn To Cook Like A Local, Take An Argentine Cooking Class with Norma Soued
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Learn To Cook Like A Local, Take An Argentine Cooking Class

Article by Nora Wallenius. We all know Argentina boasts some of the best food in the world. Restaurants, cafés, closed door restaurants, and street food …

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ARTS

Appreciating Abasto Shopping Centre

Article by Sorcha O’Higgins. Avenida Corrientes stretches from Chacarita to Puerto Madero, bisecting Buenos Aires from east to west.  Saturated with traffic, shops and pedestrians, …

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ARTS

MALBA for Dummies

Article by resident arts writer Anna Lowe. Undoubtedly one of the ‘must-see’ attractions of the city, MALBA (the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires) …

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VISIT BUENOS AIRES

Are You Afraid Of The Dark? A Night At Teatro Ciego

Article by Nora Wallenius.  Photos Courtesy of Teatro Ciego.  I’ve never been afraid of the dark. I never asked to keep the light on while …

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ARTS

Connecting with Cortázar

Article by Anna Lowe. “The worst of it,” Oliveira said to himself, “is that I want to be an active onlooker and that’s where the …

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MUSIC & VIDEOS

Not To Miss Spring Music Events

Article by George Nelson. There’s a wide selection of music to choose from in Buenos Aires during the second half of September through October and November. …

Tango Fever
ARTS

Milonga Etiquette: 8 Things to Know Before You Tango

Article by Sharon Salt. To many outsiders and first-timers, milongas are uncharted territory: dark and smoky halls brimming with lust, loss, and longing. Everyone, it …

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INTERNATIONAL BA RESTAURANTS

Ciao Milanesa, We’re with Pakora Now: BA’s Gran Dabbang Café

By Rachael Leonie.   It’s not everyday you find an Asian-Indian fusion restaurant in Buenos Aires that’s both delicious and reasonably priced. And yet, smacked …

Buenos Aires Illuminated: The Festival de la Luz 2014 1
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Buenos Aires Illuminated: The Festival de la Luz 2014

Article by Anna Lowe. I continue to marvel at the quantity, quality and passion of the cultural activities on offer in Buenos Aires.  This month, …