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Buenos Aires Primaries: Victory for PRO’s Rodríguez Larreta

Buenos Aires Primaries: Victory for PRO’s Rodríguez Larreta

The hottest primary in the country was finally decided yesterday, with PRO’s Horacio Rodríguez Larreta beating rival Gabriela Michetti for mayor of Buenos Aires and coming well ahead of the pack.

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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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On Now: El Loco y la Camisa

On Now: El Loco y la Camisa

María Agustina Pardini reviews ‘El Loco y la Camisa’, an original and realistic piece of independent theatre that digs into the murky secrets of a dysfunctional family in Buenos Aires.

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The Indy Eye: Health, Nutrition, and Food Sovereignty

The Indy Eye: Health, Nutrition, and Food Sovereignty

Photographers Lucía Hernández and Michalina Kowol attended the Conference on Health, Nutrition, and Food Sovereignty at the University of Buenos Aires’ Medicine School.

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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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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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