Italy’s RoBOt Festival Lands in Buenos Aires

Italy’s RoBOt Festival Lands in Buenos Aires

RoBOt Festival, an event dedicated to digital art and electronic music, is coming to Buenos Aires for its first edition this weekend.

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The Curtain Drops on the 17th Edition of BAFICI

The Curtain Drops on the 17th Edition of BAFICI

Saturday saw the 17th edition of the Buenos Aires independent film festival, BAFICI, draw to a close. Wendy Gosselin looks back on the highlights.

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Hand of Pod: River and Boca Joint Top, and the Problem for Independiente

Hand of Pod: River and Boca Joint Top, and the Problem for Independiente

Ahead of a quiet weekend in local football, this week's Hand of Pod looks back at last week's action, including some of the league's less-heralded heroes.

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Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter III

Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter III

Columnist Daniel Tunnard continues with the story of his move from the bright lights of Buenos Aires to sleepy riverside town Concepción del Uruguay.

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Undercover BA: Remake/Remodel – The City’s Best Design Stores

Undercover BA: Remake/Remodel – The City’s Best Design Stores

Trend hunter Vanessa Bell shares her insider tips of the places, designers, and things to seek out in Buenos Aires. This month, her pick of design stores.

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Buenos Aires Street Style Autumn 2015: Villa Crespo

Buenos Aires Street Style Autumn 2015: Villa Crespo

Our Street Style series for this season continues in Villa Crespo, as we speak to fashionable locals near Parque Centenario and at the corner of Malabia and Av. Corrientes.

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Top Argentine Picks from BAFICI 2015

Top Argentine Picks from BAFICI 2015

There’s still time to get in on BAFICI before the festival ends on Saturday, and despite the festival's international nature, there are many local screenings worth catching. Wendy Gosselin breaks it down.

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The Indy Eye: International Day of Campesino Struggle

The Indy Eye: International Day of Campesino Struggle

More than 3,000 people from campesino, indigenous, afro-descendent, and landless movements from around Latin America marched in Bs As on Friday to mark the end of the 6th Vía Campesina Congress.

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Out Now: ‘Orcas’ by Lulacruza

Out Now: ‘Orcas­217; by Lulacruza

Annie Bacher talks to Colombian/Argentine electro-folk duo Lulacruza about their latest album, 'Orcas', and the evolution of their musical partnership.

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Hand of Pod: Drama for River, and Remembering Eduardo Galeano

Hand of Pod: Drama for River, and Remembering Eduardo Galeano

This week's Hand of Pod, recorded amid a dramatic Copa Libertadores match for River Plate, includes a tribute to Uruguayan journalist, historian and football writer Eduardo Galeano.

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