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March Movies to Catch

March Movies to Catch

Film buff Wendy Gosselin reviews the Argentine films currently showing in cinemas, breaking down which are the ones worth catching.

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Hand of Pod: Late goals, and Central’s 100% start ends…

Hand of Pod: Late goals, and Central’s 100% start ends…

This week on Argentine football podcast Hand of Pod: Central’s perfect start comes to an end, and River and Independiente keep clean sheets

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Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter I

Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter I

In a new column for the Indy, Daniel Tunnard describes adjusting to life in Concepción del Uruguay, a small town in Entre Ríos, Argentina, after 16 years in Buenos Aires.

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Seeking Justice for Ismael Sosa

Seeking Justice for Ismael Sosa

Sofía Sordo from Hecho en Buenos Aires spoke with Ismael Sosa’s mother and brother as they demand justice over the young man’s murder in Córdoba earlier this year.

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Cocktails and Colour Palettes: Paint Nite Argentina

Cocktails and Colour Palettes: Paint Nite Argentina

Annie Bacher lets her inner artist blossom over drinks and socialising at Buenos Aires Paint Nite.

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Shakespeare in the City

Shakespeare in the City

William Shakespeare may have written his works in English, but for the next week, Shakespeare is going to be porteño. Annie Bacher headed along to the opening of the annual Shakespeare Festival.

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Out Now: El Vals de los Inútiles

Out Now: El Vals de los Inútiles

Annie Bacher reviews Edison Cajas’ poetic film about the student movement and the struggle for education reform in Chile.

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13 Sayings that only Argentines Will Understand

13 Sayings that only Argentines Will Understand

Learn some of castellano’s more colourful expressions with this guide to colloquial Argentine sayings from Daniel Tunnard.

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Bird-Binge: One Man’s Quest to Spot the Most Birds, Ever

Bird-Binge: One Man’s Quest to Spot the Most Birds, Ever

Meet Noah Strycker, an avid birdwatcher intent on travelling the world to break a bird sighting record. Kate Rooney caught up with him in Buenos Aires and shares his story.

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The Indy Eye: Protests Break Out in Argentina After Nisman Death

The Indy Eye: Protests Break Out in Argentina After Nisman Death

Protests broke out in towns and cities across Argentina yesterday evening, as people took to the streets to demonstrate against the government following the sudden death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman.

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