The Indie Scene: A Night of Boleros and Love in Parque Chas

The Indie Scene: A Night of Boleros and Love in Parque Chas

Love takes over the night of Parque Chas, with a one-off show of boleros and love songs.

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Undercover BA: Hottest Emerging Designers

Undercover BA: Hottest Emerging Designers

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 emerging designers.

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The Indy Eye: Feria Puro Diseño

The Indy Eye: Feria Puro Diseño

Indy photographer Katie McCutcheon shares a sneak preview Latin America's biggest design fair, the Feria Puro Diseño, on in Palermo until Monday.

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Buenos Aires Street Style Autumn 2015: Barrancas de Belgrano

Buenos Aires Street Style Autumn 2015: Barrancas de Belgrano

In the final part of this season's street style mini-series, we speak to people in the busy Barrancas de Belgrano hub about fashion in the city.

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Historic Verdict in Luciano Arruga Case

Historic Verdict in Luciano Arruga Case

Last Friday, the man charged with torturing Luciano Arruga was sentenced to ten years in prison. The RNMA was there supporting the family and broadcasting the verdict.

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Hand of Pod: On Superclásicos, Other Clásicos, and Argentina’s Squad

Hand of Pod: On Superclásicos, Other Clásicos, and Argentina’­;s Squad

Recorded before the final Boca-River superclásico, The Hand of Pod team analyse the latest results and developments in Argentine football.

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Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter IV

Welcome to Mesopotamia – Chapter IV

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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Mixing Up the Closed-Door Experience

Mixing Up the Closed-Door Experience

Annie Bacher heads along to the opening night of Colegiales new closed-door restaurant, Pick and Mix, and discovers a heartwarming, home-cooked fare.

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A Night to Remember: The UWC Turns 80

A Night to Remember: The UWC Turns 80

Last Thursday the University Women's Club Buenos Aires celebrated the club's 80th birthday over dinner in Recoleta.

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La Salada is Forever

La Salada is Forever

Sebastián Hacher looks at the social, historical, and legal intrigues behind a market that continues to grow, and where real-estate is the key word.

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