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3 Reasons To Visit Argentina Now

Travelzoo | Posted 01.31.2017 | Travel
Travelzoo

Whether it's a visit to the cosmopolitan capital of Buenos Aires, the mountains of Patagonia or the Mendoza wine region, Argentina has a lot to offer....

Argentina Reopens Case Accusing Ex-President Of Bombing Cover Up

Reuters | Nick Robins-Early | Posted 12.29.2016 | World

BUENOS AIRES, Dec 29 (Reuters) - An Argentine appeals court on Thursday revived a case accusing former President Christina Fernandez of trying to cove...

This Country's Capital Just Made It Punishable To Catcall Women

The Huffington Post | Carolina Moreno | Posted 12.09.2016 | Latino Voices

Buenos Aires has taken legal action in changing a culture that normalizes sexual harassment. A law passed by the Argentine capital’s legislative bod...

Not One Woman Less: Protesting Femicide in Buenos Aires

R. Andrew Chesnut | Posted 10.25.2016 | Impact
R. Andrew Chesnut

Authored by Vanessa Yemanja Chesnut, an undergraduate at New York University who is spending a year abroad in Buenos Aires studying Latin American pol...

30 Megacity Mayors Call Upon G20 for a Climate Safe World

Anne Hidalgo | Posted 09.06.2016 | World
Anne Hidalgo

As the G20 Summit meets in Hangzhou this week, we, mayors of the major cities within the G20, call on our national leaders to work with us to build a ...

This Grand Theater-Turned-Bookstore Will Take Your Breath Away

The Huffington Post | Jamie Feldman | Posted 07.19.2016 | Travel

Book lovers, consider your next vacation planned. Buenos Aires’ El Ateneo Grand Splendid bookstore is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Bui...

140-Year-Old Zoo Is Closing And Sending Animals To Sanctuaries

The Huffington Post | Hilary Hanson | Posted 01.03.2017 | Green

The Buenos Aires Zoo is shutting down and transferring most of its animals to wildlife sanctuaries, the mayor of Argentina’s capital announced Thurs...

The Top 8 Places to Visit in Argentina

Sandra Shakespeare | Posted 04.29.2016 | Travel
Sandra Shakespeare

Planning a visit to a huge country like Argentina can be challenging in deciding what to see. The landscape changes dramatically from the barren and dry north to the glaciers and big ice of Patagonia.

10 Things You Must Eat In Buenos Aires

Rosemary Kimani and Claire Rouger | Posted 03.31.2016 | Travel
Rosemary Kimani and Claire Rouger

Argentina, famous for its steaks and malbec wines has more to offer foodies and travelers in the gastronomy scene. Our mission at Authentic Food Quest is to transform travelers experiences through the discovery and knowledge of authentic food. After 3 months in Argentina, we have put together our top 10 authentic foodie experiences you should not miss in Buenos Aires.

Why More Americans Should Study Abroad

Taylor Dibbert | Posted 03.20.2016 | College
Taylor Dibbert

I recently read an excellent essay by Sanford J. Ungar. Published in Foreign Affairs, the piece explains why it's so important for Americans to study...

Discover the Local Secrets of Buenos Aires

Global Yodel | Posted 02.19.2017 | Travel
Global Yodel

We sent Buenos Aires local and photographer extraordinaire, Paula Amenta to the Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton to experience the be...

Selfie-Crazed Beachgoers Kill Rare Dolphin

The Huffington Post | Hilary Hanson | Posted 02.18.2016 | Science

A mob of beachgoers desperate to take photos with two small dolphins killed at least one of the animals on a beach in Buenos Aires last week. Outrage...

Antarctica: Pole to Soul Part 2.

Ed Gillespie | Posted 01.27.2017 | Travel
Ed Gillespie

(Source: Getty Images) 72 Hours to Change the World... Changing our perspectives is difficult. We become entrenched in our world views, safe in our ...

The One Restaurant You Can't Miss in Buenos Aires

Joanna Riquett | Posted 01.20.2017 | Travel
Joanna Riquett

Named one of Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants, Aramburu in Buenos Aires is the best dining experience I've had so far. A closed-door restaurant hid...

This Family Has Been Looking After Buenos Aires' Soles For Six Decades

The Huffington Post | Chandran Nair | Posted 01.20.2016 | Arts

Just over six decades ago, in 1955, on a small street in Buenos Aires' Palermo district, Felix Correa founded Calzados Correa, a maker of men's shoes....

This Family Has Been Looking After Buenos Aires' Soles for Six Decades

Chandran Nair | Posted 01.19.2017 | World
Chandran Nair

Just over six decades ago, in 1955, on a small street in Buenos Aires' Palermo district, Felix Correa founded Calzados Correa, a maker of men's shoes. He opened a workshop, hired the best Argentine, Spanish and Italian craftsmen he could find, then started selling the shoes they made by walking up and down the streets of his neighborhood, knocking on doors in search of customers. Slowly, his reputation grew.

9 Awesome Honeymoon Trips No One Takes

Oyster | Posted 06.25.2016 | Travel
Oyster

We have searched high and low for some out-of-the-box, unique honeymoon ideas for those of you who are looking to mix it up on their post-wedding romp. After all, the excitement and sense of adventure you'll feel after your dream wedding is the perfect time to try something new.

LGBT Tourism Conference Proves Argentina Is Doing It Right

David Duran | Posted 06.18.2016 | Queer Voices
David Duran

Argentina is once again dominating tourism within Latin America, not only because of its wide range of things to see and do throughout the entire country, but because they have cornered the market within LGBT tourism within the region.

How One Pregnant Teen's Murder Brought Argentina Together Against 'Femicide'

Reuters | Posted 06.04.2015 | World

The discovery of a pregnant schoolgirl's body under the patio of her boyfriend's family home in northeast Argentina has sparked a nationwide protest a...

A Transit App for Los Angeles

Joel Epstein | Posted 05.04.2016 | Los Angeles
Joel Epstein

This is a true story. It's about the way many people get around Los Angeles and how more of us should navigate the City of Angels. Native Angelenos, new arrivals, older transplants like me, tourists and everyone in between.

Indra Devi Was Not Just a Nice Old Lady

Lionel Rolfe | Posted 06.17.2015 | Los Angeles
Lionel Rolfe

Michelle has written well and honestly about Indra and the cast of characters who make up the Yogas in the East and the West. She describes how Indra could be variously charming, sympathetic and warm, but also ambitious and ruthless.

8 Chic, Trendy and Under-the-Radar Spots in Buenos Aires

Fathom | Posted 06.15.2015 | Travel
Fathom

I am constantly on the lookout for new talent, from fashion, food, and design to obscure vintage shops. Buenos Aires has so much more to offer beyond the obvious tourist trappings of steak, malbec, and tango. These are some of my favorites.

PAMM Draws International Visitors to Eclectic Exhibits

Magda Abu-Fadil | Posted 06.13.2015 | Arts
Magda Abu-Fadil

Zaatari, a noted photographer, filmmaker and curator, co-founded the Arab Image Foundation in 1997 to locate and preserve his country's -- and the Middle East's -- photographic archives.

I Want to Go Somewhere Where the Stars in the Sky Are Different

THINK Global School | Posted 05.27.2015 | Travel
THINK Global School

When I was sixteen, my first overseas flight introduced me to a 5am Latin American sky colored in burning pink tones. At the time, the colors seemed to swallow the sky and the plane whole.

Gabriel Arana

Bill O'Reilly Lied About Rescuing Me in Buenos Aires, Says CBS Cameraman

HuffingtonPost.com | Gabriel Arana | Posted 03.31.2015 | Media

Accused of lying on multiple occasions about his reporting experiences, Bill O’Reilly has maintained that “everything I’ve said about my reporto...