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Yoga for the People: Meet Meghan, Owner & Founder of Buena Onda Yoga

Article by Rachael Leonie.

After working in California’s education system for six years, Meghan moved to Buenos Aires to teach English for a change of pace. A longtime Yogi (and certified Yoga teacher on top of that), the English-teaching expat hopped

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Homesick? 5 Restaurant Meals for the Nostalgic Expat

Article by Rachael Leonie.

Empanadas and asados are great, but there comes a point when all you want is a stack of pancakes (or flakey croissant or crumbling lavash) and one of mom’s homemade dinners. Well, we can’t get your ma’ nor her

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Voice of Reason: A Tango Singing Teacher & Her Way with Words

Interview by Rachael Leonie.

Thursday’s interview started just like any other. Sitting in AnnA’s tranqui apartment, just slightly removed from the whizzing of cars and colectivos down Corrientes, I listened to the impassioned artist as she told

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Top 5 Bars (When You’d Rather NOT Go Out to a Boliche)

Article by Rachael Leonie.

“Nothing compares to Buenos Aires nightlife,” they say. “No one parties harder than Argentines,” they say. “BA is the real city that never sleeps,” they say. And yes, all that –and more—is true. But

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The Problem with “Your Plan”

By Rachael Leonie.

My day planner was an accountant’s dream and an epileptic’s nightmare: numbered hours corresponded with deadlines and lunchtimes, while loud, glaring highlighter burst out between every task, detailing any omission, exception

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Don Arturo: Picada King of Palermo

Article by Rachael Leonie.

Giant wheels of cheese beckon you, bottles of olive oil reel you in, and the smell of herbs upon meat upon fresh baked bread carry you quickly through the door and up to the display of flavor-soaked, herb-infused, hand-picked

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How-To Halloween: Your Guide to Noche De Las Brujas In Buenos Aires

Article by Rachael Leonie.

Expats and locals beware –Noche de las brujas is upon us, and it’s about to get spooky! Grab a costume, paint on those heridas, and get ready to celebrate October 31st once more. Still not sure how you’ll

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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 maybe it’s the sexy Argentine accent slipping off wine-soaked tongues –whatever the influence

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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 center on Scalabrini Ortiz lies The Gran Dabbang; the most delicious thing

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Top 10 Candies in Argentina: Cabsha

Argentina’s Top 10 Candies

Intensive research and development by Rachael Leonie.  

Walk into your corner kiosk, and you’re faced with hundreds of different candy options. Whether craving an accompaniment for their mate or searching for that merienda sugar rush, Argentines

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