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Watch Argentine Films Under the Stars (With English Subs!)

Watch Argentine Films Under the Stars (With English Subs!)

A new event by event organisers BA Plan has classic Argentine films projected with English subtitles in the garden of a Palermo mansion.

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Culture Or Commerce: The Art of Book-Selling in Buenos Aires

Culture Or Commerce: The Art of Book-Selling in Buenos Aires

Operating in an industry facing intense pressure from online competition, Buenos Aires’ independent booksellers remain confident that the city’s rich cultural traditions will survive.

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Il Festival de Música: A Month of Free Music Outside the Teatro Colón

Il Festival de Música: A Month of Free Music Outside the Teatro Colón

Il Festival de Música will include 19 concerts, ballets, and operas projected in a big screen outside the Teatro Colón for all to see.

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Your Guide to New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires

Your Guide to New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires

Not able to escape the big city before the start of 2016? Not to worry, we’ve prepared a short guide to help make the best of spending New Year’s Eve in Buenos Aires.

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How to Spend Christmas in Buenos Aires

How to Spend Christmas in Buenos Aires

Christmas in Buenos Aires can feel strange for the uninitiated, so let us help you get your bearings and prepare for a holiday season far from home.

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The Indy Eye: This Month in Photos, November

The Indy Eye: This Month in Photos, November

A look back through our lens at November in Argentina, a time when everything – from the weather to the president – started to change.

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The Curious Growth of The Saddleback Church in Buenos Aires

The Curious Growth of The Saddleback Church in Buenos Aires

Two years ago, the US-based evangelical Saddleback Church opened its only Latin American campus in Buenos Aires, and has been growing ever since. Azzura Lalani explores its rising popularity.

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Your Guide to an Argentine Thanksgiving

Your Guide to an Argentine Thanksgiving

You might be in another hemisphere, but you can still (sort of) recreate your traditional Thanksgiving celebrations in Buenos Aires. Reilly Ryan tells you all you need to know.

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The Indy Eye: Buenos Aires Jazz Festival 2015

The Indy Eye: Buenos Aires Jazz Festival 2015

A selection of images from the international jazz festival held in various venues across Buenos Aires between the 10th and 15th of November.

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The Scoop on this Week’s Jazz Festival in Buenos Aires

The Scoop on this Week’s Jazz Festival in Buenos Aires

It’s out with the tango, in with the jazz as the annual music festival gets underway again in Buenos Aires. Natalia Cartney reports from opening night.

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