Refined Tastes

Refined Tastes

David Moran sits down with the founder and owner of cafe Lattente to talk over the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of starting a cafe in Buenos Aires.

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Posted in Food & Drink, Life & Style, The City7 Comments

Hand of Pod: Central’s Perfect Start, River’s Thriller, and More…

Hand of Pod: Central’s Perfect Start, River’s Thriller, and More…

This week on Argentine football podcast Hand of Pod: a look at Rosario Central's perfect start, River Plate's recent six-goal thriller, the national team's upcoming friendlies, and more.

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Beyond your Guidebook: Expert-Led Walking Tours

Beyond your Guidebook: Expert-Led Walking Tours

Annie Bacher gets beneath the skin of Buenos Aires during one of Context Travel's new expert-led walking tours.

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Five Things to do in Puerto Madryn When the Whales are Gone

Five Things to do in Puerto Madryn When the Whales are Gone

Think Puerto Madryn is only about whale-watching? Delfina Krüsemann finds plenty of other things to do during the low season, which runs from February to May.

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‘Voley’, More than just a Game

‘Voley­217;, More than just a Game

The latest film by actor and director Martin Piroyansky, shows the relationships between six young friends who decide to spend New Year's Eve in the Delta, where sex, drugs, and love take over their lives.

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Nisman is Everyone, Nisman Was No One

Nisman is Everyone, Nisman Was No One

Horacio Tarcus, director of the CeDInCI at the University of San Martín, places the Nisman case in a predictable tug-of-war between remixed nationalists and reloaded liberals.

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‘A Radical Pope': Austen Ivereigh on Pope Francis

‘A Radical Pope': Austen Ivereigh on Pope Francis

Erika Teichert sits down with Austen Ivereigh to talk about his new book, a deep look into Pope Francis' background, and how his life in Argentina has shaped his views on religion and politics.

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Majority of Provinces not Complying with Abortion Rights

Majority of Provinces not Complying with Abortion Rights

A report by ADC shows that the majority of the Argentine provinces are not complying with the guidelines on legal abortion set out by the Supreme Court.

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Hand of Pod: Relegation Candidates Emerge After Four Fixtures

Hand of Pod: Relegation Candidates Emerge After Four Fixtures

This week on Hand Of Pod, Sam, Andrés, and Peter discuss the last week of footballing action, including an amazing San Lorenzo goal and River Plate throwing away a 2-0 lead.

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Undercover BA: The Holy Grail of Vintage

Undercover BA: The Holy Grail of Vintage

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 stores for all things vintage.

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24th March marks the anniversary of the 1976 coup that brought Argentina's last dictatorship to power, a bloody seven year period in which thousands of citizens were disappeared and killed. Many of the victims passed through ESMA, a clandestine detention centre turned human rights museum

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