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Indy Eye: Thousands Celebrate Despite Argentina’s World Cup Final Loss

Indy Eye: Thousands Celebrate Despite Argentina’s World Cup Final Loss

Despite losing 1-0 to Germany, tens of thousands took to the streets last night to celebrate Argentina making it to the World Cup final for the first time in 24 years.

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Club Independiente: After a Season in Hell, What Next?

Club Independiente: After a Season in Hell, What Next?

Independiente has endured a nightmare year on and off the field, but after securing promotion back to the top division can the club regain its former glory? Rafa López Binaghi reports.

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On Now: Feria Puro Diseño

On Now: Feria Puro Diseño

South America’s leading design fair opened yesterday in Buenos Aires, and Agus López Binaghi went along to see what cutting-edge things were on display.

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Verón and Zanetti Call Full Time on Glittering Careers

Verón and Zanetti Call Full Time on Glittering Careers

Mark Orton looks back at the long and illustrious careers of Juan Sebastián Verón and Javier Zanetti, two of Argentina’s most iconic footballers of their generation.

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Beyond the Beef: Eating like an Argentine in London

Beyond the Beef: Eating like an Argentine in London

Sarah Gill analyses the explosion of Argentine and South American cuisine in London, and looks at how restauranteurs, and locals, are now venturing beyond the staples of meat and malbec.

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Aurora: Just Don’t Call it Burning Argentina

Aurora: Just Don’t Call it Burning Argentina

Over four days last month, a group of people gathered on a field 200km outside of Buenos Aires and launched the first Burning Man-style event in Argentina. Jeff Herzbach was there to live the experience.

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‘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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Vendimia Gains Momentum in Mendoza

Vendimia Gains Momentum in Mendoza

Mendoza’s national grape harvest festival of Vendimia is growing in fervour as it pushes ever closer to this coming weekend’s climax. Madeline Blasberg reports.

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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.

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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