Daily URL - August 30th


Jul 17, 2009
Thursday, 30 August 2012

Free lyrical concert at Teatro Colón[BA Travel Guide]
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Argentina and Korea, the Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires presents a concert with free entrance to the public, featuring Korean Soprano...

Bills Introduced to Lower Voting Age and Include Foreigners[The Argentina Independent]
The national government is pushing for reforms to the electoral code, to lower the voting age from 18 to 16 years, and to allow for permanent residents to vote in national elections.

Buenos Aires Art Galleries[Inside Buenos Aires]
(Photo by Fco Ávila) Buenos Aires is scattered with galleries that represent the city’s booming art industry, and they are well worth visiting for collectors and art lovers. Most of the galleries can...

Changes to SUBE Card Announced[The Argentina Independent]
On a press conference this morning, minister of the interior and transportation Florencio Randazzo announced a series of changes that will be introduced to the use of SUBE, the card used to pay for...

A 14 Barrio Breakdown of Buenos Aires Real Estate Prices[InvestBA]
Today we follow-up last week’s post regarding average real estate prices in Buenos Aires with a more detailed breakdown of average prices for new and used residential properties in 14 Buenos Aires...

President Announces New Audiovisual District in Puerto Madero[The Argentina Independent]
During a speech at the Bicentennial Museum yesterday, president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner announced the creation of a new audiovisual district on Demarchi Island, in Puerto Madero. She also...

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Crazy cats – new street art by Grolou[BA Street Art]
French street artist Grolou lives in Buenos Aires and loves to paint cats. And he created three new felines at Tecnopolis last week. Reading cat High cat Toto Check out more cats by Grolou in Buenos...

Gourmet Bookstores in the City[Inside Buenos Aires]
(Photo by Riverside Agency) DAIN Usina Cultural is more than just a bookstore. Their main thing is to sell books, sure, but their aim is also to promote culture through live musical events, film...

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

La Panaderia de Pablo[BuenosTours]
The post La Panaderia de Pablo appeared first on Buenos Aires Tours.The pizzas are thin crust and crunchy and the alfajores humongous at La Panaderia de Pablo, Pablo Massey's Montserrat restaurant....

Monday, 27 August 2012

Foreigners Own The Land Equivalent of New Jersey in Argentina[InvestBA]
Or El Salvador as the local press is spinning it, which is pretty insignificant either way you look at it. New Jersey is the fifth smallest state in the U.S. and El Salvador is 600 square miles...

Inflation Nation[The Confused Canadian]
As August is coming to a close and we find ourselves nicely tucked into our new schedules for the year I can't help but notice that everyone is talking about inflation. As people return from their...

Wednesday, 22 August 2012

What to Eat in Buenos Aires

Emblematic Argentine Tangos[Inside Buenos Aires]
(Photo by Yellow Sky Photography) La Cumparsita is one of the oldest and most famous tangos. It was written in 1916 by Gerardo Matos Rodriguez as a Uruguayan carnival march and then turned into a...

Monday, 20 August 2012

Davis Cup 2012: Semifinals Argentina vs Czech Republic[BA Travel Guide]
Argentina will be hosting the Czech Republic for the Semifinals of the Davis Cup on clay at the Estadio Parque Roca in Buenos Aires on September 14th, 15th and 16th, 2012. Argentina and Czech...

I Latina: The Caribbean of Buenos Aires[Pick Up The Fork]
Even though it’s one of the biggest cities in South America, Buenos Aires sure lacks quality Latin American restaurants. Desperately longing for more food options coming from our friendly Spanish...

Friday, 17 August 2012

Most Livable Cities in Latin America: #3 Montevideo[InvestBA]
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is out with their annual ranking of the world’s most livable cities and InvestBA favorite Montevideo is the number three metro in Latin America in terms of...

Thursday, 16 August 2012

Exotic Places of Argentina - Part 2[Argentina Look]
Continuing with the article Exotic Places of Argentina, in this second part I will show three diferent cities, Rio Turbio, in the province of , Presidencia Roque Saenz Peña, in the province of Chaco,...

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

The World Tango Museum[Wander Argentina]
Above the illustrious watering-hole, Café Tortoni is another site of interest that is saturated with Argentine history but often overlooked: The World Tango Museum. Sponsored by the National Academy...

Wednesday, 08 August 2012

Torneo Inicial Argentina 2012/13: Let the games begin![Buenos Aires 4U]
Buenos Aires is a wonderful city, defined by many differentcharacteristics that give it a uniquepersonality. One of these is obviously football, and Buenos Aires takes great pride in itsnational...

Tuesday, 07 August 2012

Milongueando in San Cristobal[tangocherie]
Ruben and I were invited to the Gala Milonga at the Region Leonesa of Susana Miller's annual Milongueando Festival. We love this ballroom--the home of the Milonga de los Consagrados on Saturday...
Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date
W Daily URL 0
W Daily URL 0
W Daily URL 0
W Daily URL 0
W Daily URL 0