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Orchid Festival This Weekend

Orchid Festival This Weekend April 5, 2011 | Events, free | Read More
Stop and smell the flowers at the lovely Escuela de Jardineria Cristóbal M. Hicken this weekend at the orchid festival, thrown by the APCOA – the Argentinian association of orchid growers. Hundreds of varieties of these, the most sensual of flowers, will be on display, arranged along with other varieties...

BAFICI 2011 Kicks Off Wednesday

BAFICI 2011 Kicks Off Wednesday April 5, 2011 | Events | Read More
It’s that time of year again – the weather is turning cooler, tan lines are fading, and little weekend getaways to the coast are a distant memory. Shift gears from vacation mentality to culture overdose with the BAFICI international independent cinema festival, which kicks off Wednesday April...

April is BA’s Unofficial Music Month

April is BA’s Unofficial Music Month March 31, 2011 | Events, Nightlife | Read More
Oftentimes music-loving Argentineans get cheated out of live performances by their favorite international acts thanks to their location way down south, just a touch too far off the international tour circuit. But when it rains it pours: April’s live music lineup will have any music fan drooling....

A Taste of Ecuador, in Palermo

A Taste of Ecuador, in Palermo March 31, 2011 | Events, Food, What's New | Read More
Dazzle your tastebuds with some new flavors at the Festival Gastronómico de Ecuador, presented the first three days of April at Palermo’s Club Serrano in conjunction with the Ecuadorian embassy. The festival will feature the vibrant flavors of typical Ecuadorian cuisine, with samplings and full...

Fashion Week Wraps Up

Fashion Week Wraps Up February 27, 2011 | Events | Read More
BA’s biannual fashion event, BAFWeek, took place this past week as pretty young things stomped down runways in La Rural in the fall/winter collections by some of Argentina’s top designers. High-end labels like Pablo Ramirez, Cora Groppo, Trosman, and Tramando swept thru the Palermo convention...

Contemporary Ballet in the Park

Contemporary Ballet in the Park February 27, 2011 | Events, free, Things to Do | Read More
What better way to spend a Sunday evening in late summer than in the park, taking in a open-air contemporary ballet performance? This weekend, the company of the Teatro San Martin presents the last in a series of performances of Carl Orff’s 1935 work, Carmina Burana, in Parque Centenario. The shows,...

Celebrate Valentine’s Day the BA Way

Celebrate Valentine’s Day the BA Way February 7, 2011 | Events, Food, Romantic, What's New | Read More
Romance isn’t tough to come across in Buenos Aires, a classic city with grand architecture, charming neighborhoods, and an abundance of historic cafes and corner bars, meaning that Valentine’s Day ought to be a cinch for lovebirds. The only challenge is to find the best Valentine’s...

Critical Mass Tours Buenos Aires

Critical Mass Tours Buenos Aires January 22, 2011 | Events, free, Kid Friendly, off the beaten path, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Critical Mass, the international biking event held once a month in cities around the globe to help raise awareness for the rights of bicycle riders on the roads, has been picking up steam in Buenos Aires, a notoriously traffic-jammed city where auto accident rates are high and bikers rank at the bottom...

Fuerza Bruta in Last Weeks in Buenos Aires

Fuerza Bruta in Last Weeks in Buenos Aires December 7, 2010 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
photo by Elizabeth Gleeson Get your tickets now for the last weeks of Fuerza Bruta, the mind-blowing interactive modern theater/dance/performance that originated right here in Buenos Aires and traveled the world before coming back for an extra-long run in the troupe’s hometown. Now with satellite...

BA Galleries Represented Latin America in Pinta NY

BA Galleries Represented Latin America in Pinta NY November 30, 2010 | Events, What's New | Read More
The annual Pinta NY Latin American art fair was held recently in New York, feeding an ever-growing interest in visual art from Latin countries among American and European collectors. The fair, which is organized by a group of three Argentinean imagemakers and art fanatics (including Diego Costa Peuser,...
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