Editorial: Argentina’s Unsustainable Path

Editorial: Argentina’­;s Unsustainable Path

The IPCC report, released Monday, made waves around the world. Kristie Robinson analyses the Argentine government and media's lack of response, and looks at the country's environmental legacy.

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Posted in Analysis, Current Affairs, Environment, Social Issues5 Comments

Street Child World Cup: Becoming Somebody in Rio

Street Child World Cup: Becoming Somebody in Rio

Two months before the FIFA event, a different type of world cup kicks off in Rio this weekend, uniting former street kids in a festival of sport, art, and social campaigning. Marc Rogers reports.

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Posted in Human Rights, Urban Life0 Comments

Journalism According to Monsanto

Journalism According to Monsanto

After publishing her book Malcomidos, journalist Soledad Barruti received a message from a Monsanto employee wanting to meet her. In this article, she tries to make sense of what followed.

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Posted in Development, Environment, Social Issues3 Comments

‘Caught in the Act’ Theatrical Bike Tour: Riding Through The History Books

‘Caught in the Act’ Theatrical Bike Tour: Riding Through The History Books

Theatre company teams up with Biking Buenos Aires to paint Argentine history in a new, interactive, and surprising light. George Nelson goes along for the ride.

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Posted in The City, Theatre0 Comments

Tol-Haru: Earthship Architecture in Tierra del Fuego

Tol-Haru: Earthship Architecture in Tierra del Fuego

Pioneering architect Michael Reynolds brought his eco-friendly Earthship construction to Ushuaia, building Tol-Haru educational centre with 200 volunteers from around the world.

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Posted in Environment, Social Issues0 Comments

BA Embraces the CrossFit Challenge

BA Embraces the CrossFit Challenge

Chiara Gnoli puts her doubts and trepidation to one side and has a go at the Buenos Aires take on the exercise craze sweeping the world: CrossFit.

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Posted in Expat, Sport0 Comments

Torres del Paine: In Search of the Patagonian King

Torres del Paine: In Search of the Patagonian King

Delfina Krusemann joins Tierra Patagonia's photo safari in Torres del Paine, capturing breathtaking landscapes and hoping for a glimpse of the elusive puma.

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Posted in Travel, Travel, Travel Feature2 Comments

Church and State in Argentina: The Long Road to Secularism

Church and State in Argentina: The Long Road to Secularism

Celina Andreassi analyses the privileged status of the Catholic Church in Argentina and over a century of frustrated efforts to strengthen the secular state.

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Posted in Analysis, Current Affairs1 Comment

On Now: Tango 360

On Now: Tango 360

Cristina Trujillo reviews 'Tango 360', an abstract art film that pays homage to the city of Buenos Aires and it's most famous dance, projected on a 360-degree dome screen at the planetarium.

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Editorial: Some Thoughts on Argentina’s Current ’Crisis’

Editorial: Some Thoughts on Argentina’s Current ’Crisis’

Marc Rogers analyses how international media coverage of the latest economic developments in Argentina fails to tell the whole story.

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Posted in Analysis, Current Affairs7 Comments

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