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The Gay "Cougar": Why the Men I Date Keep Getting Younger

Jeremy Helligar | Posted 04.29.2014 | Gay Voices
Jeremy Helligar

I'd rather commit to an enthusiastic twentysomething whose iPod is stocked with bad pop music than a middle-aged man whose romanticism is tempered by a long list of don'ts and who is terrified of losing control.

What Argentine Tango Taught Me About Relationships

Sasha Cagen | Posted 12.09.2014 | Weddings
Sasha Cagen

a celebrated traditional tango couple Osvaldo y Coco performing at a festival in Buenos Aires: notice the balance Tango is one of the most bea...

Top 10 Beatles Fan Destinations Around the World

Cheapflights | Posted 04.07.2014 | Travel
Cheapflights

Whether you're a die-hard fan or an occasional listener, get a taste of The Beatles in these 10 cities across the globe.

Forks, Corks, Villas and Vines in Argentina

Karen Loftus | Posted 03.15.2014 | Travel
Karen Loftus

Rest assured no matter how full the forks and corks and cultural offerings may leave you, you will leave Argentina begging for more.

The World's Most Inspiring Vacation Spots

Conde Nast Traveler | Posted 03.11.2014 | Travel
Conde Nast Traveler

Find a little inspiration on your next vacation by visiting the places where Georgia O'Keeffe, Robert Frost, Pablo Picasso, and other famous artists did their best work.

Buenos Aires Without Tears

Curtis Ellis | Posted 03.09.2014 | Travel
Curtis Ellis

Porteños, as the residents of Buenos Aires are known, pride themselves on living in the Paris of South America. As you stroll the city's broad boulev...

What To Eat WIth What In Argentina

Daniel Altman | Posted 02.19.2014 | Taste
Daniel Altman

Winter is coming to the United States, which means summer is coming to Argentina.

Best Budget Destinations for 2014

Budget Travel | Posted 02.11.2014 | Travel
Budget Travel

Dipping hotel rates, new attractions, and some perennially affordable sights and eats make these five cities ideal to consider for your travel itinerary this year.

Your Weekly Travel Zen: Argentina

Posted 12.08.2013 | Travel

This week's Moment of Travel Zen comes to us from Alessandro Tomassetti. Of his trip to Argentina he says: Two years ago I traveled around th...

Been There. Done That. What's Next? 8 Truly Novel Travel Ideas For 2014

William D. Chalmers | Posted 02.04.2014 | Travel
William D. Chalmers

For jaded travelers and adrenaline junkies alike that have supposedly done everything and have nothing left on their bucket list, may I humbly suggest these eight truly novel travel ideas for 2014.

Paris Photo: Childhood and How We Are Twice Removed From Everything

Vivian Norris | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
Vivian Norris

The opening night of Paris Photo was in part about apologizing to children for what we adults have done and are doing to them. Yet the very fact that these stories are being told at a distance, the distance created by the camera itself, both heightened the lack of emotional resonance and intensified emotions and regrets.

Lunch With Nicolás Catena -- The Mondavi of Argentina

Mary Orlin | Posted 11.13.2013 | Taste
Mary Orlin

Cabaña de Las Lilas is one of the most famous steakhouses in Buenos Aires, let alone all of Argentina.  When we walked in I recognized everything...

Buenos Aires Music Scene in Three Days

Eddie Cota | Posted 01.23.2014 | Latino Voices
Eddie Cota

I knew just enough about Argentina's music before going on this trip, with groups like Bajofondo, the eclectic roster of ZZK Records, and of course some tango here and there. With only three days in Buenos Aires, I dug in and explored everything within reach.

7 Things Not to Miss in Buenos Aires

The GypsyNesters | Posted 12.25.2013 | Travel
The GypsyNesters

La Recoleta Cemetery should be considered a must-see by any visitor. The ornate monuments are more than fascinating enough to occupy an afternoon, and many of the city's most famous residents lie in rest here

It's 3 a.m. And I've Surrendered To A Stumbling, Magical Tango In Buenos Aires

Joanna Zelman | Posted 10.22.2013 | Travel
Joanna Zelman

The music started again -da dah- he stepped forward and I stepped back -dah da dah. We were stumbling and tripping along the way but there were fleeting moments when we were flying. After the song ended, he asked, "It's magical, yes?"

An Argentine Artist in New York

David Galenson | Posted 11.06.2013 | Arts
David Galenson

What does it mean to be a Latin American artist? A new book of interviews with the artist Liliana Porter provides some interesting and surprising insights into this question.

Argentine Artists at the Venice Biennale

David Galenson | Posted 11.06.2013 | Arts
David Galenson

Argentine artists have produced a great deal of innovative work since the mid-20th century, but their efforts have been largely overlooked in the artistic centers of Europe and North America.

Innovating Ecological Art: The Green Man (PHOTOS)

David Galenson | Posted 07.24.2013 | Arts
David Galenson

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Pope Francis and the Battle for Latin America's Soul

Eric Farnsworth | Posted 09.23.2013 | World
Eric Farnsworth

Pope Francis I arrived in Brazil Monday to begin the first trip to Latin America of the first Latin American pope. Whatever your views on his mission, it is a historic visit, with potentially broad implications for the region.

Why You Should Choose A Radically Different Lifestyle For Your Golden Years

Kathleen Peddicord | Posted 08.26.2013 | Fifty
Kathleen Peddicord

A friend, Paul Terhorst, retired very early, at age 35, nearly 30 years ago. Paul retired for many reasons and even wrote a book about the thinking involved. But today he explains that, in retrospect, one reason stands out more than all the others.

Traveling With UNESCO

Alex Wirth | Posted 08.12.2013 | Travel
Alex Wirth

As a member of the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO I am quite familiar with the organization, yet I did not expect the impact it would have on my trip. This led to a number of reflections.

U.S. Ignores South America: Introduction

Jerry Nelson | Posted 07.31.2013 | World
Jerry Nelson

Secretary of State John Kerry got into a little political dust up recently when he referred to Latin America as the United States' "backyard."

In Argentina, Football as Political Weapon

Jerry Nelson | Posted 07.18.2013 | World
Jerry Nelson

Imagine Steve Kroft, 60 Minutes anchor, being a critic of President Obama. Now, imagine Obama mandating the Washington Redskins change their starting...

Argentine Courts Work to Restore Sanity to Country's Failed Economic Policies

Jerry Nelson | Posted 07.17.2013 | World
Jerry Nelson

The official inflation data has been widely viewed as inaccurate, created by a corrupt government to hide the real cost of inflation and allowing it to underpay it's debts.

Don Fornes Business Profile: Putting People Over Profits in Argentina

Jerry Nelson | Posted 07.16.2013 | Small Business
Jerry Nelson

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