Sofia Rei’s music has taken her all around the world and earned her critical acclaim. The next step is a week-long residency at The Stone in New York City.
At “The Photography Show” in New York, two photography galleries from Latin America participated for the first time and took their place alongside the most prestigious photography galleries in the world.
Malbec World Day is celebrated on April 17, to commemorate the day in 1853 when the Argentine President decided to transform Argentina’s wine industry. Today more than 70 cities in 54 countries around the world will host events around Malbec, Argentine food and lifestyle.
Check out the video for “Runaway”, a cut on the new Gas Lab compilation album “Soulful & Jazzy Beats” featuring some of his best instrumental work.
Globant, the Argentine technology services company founded by a group of four friends in 2003, has filed papers to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange in 2014. It would be the first IPO for a Latin American company since 2011.
Interesting story by Marcela Valente on Citiscope.org about how the city of Buenos Aires has transformed it’s iconic Avenida 9 de Junio with the creation of a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system called the Metrobus.
Florida street in Buenos Aires has become a popular destination for Argentine savers wanting to trade Argentine Pesos for American Dollars.
Gustavo Cerati, leader of the seminal Argentine rock band Soda Stereo, died on September 4th at the age of 55.
Argentine Camilla Speziale is one of 30 Greenpeace activists (the “Arctic 30”) currently detained by the Russian Government and charged with piracy for a peaceful protest at an oil rig in the Arctic. Hear Camilla talk about her activism and learn more about the Arctic 30.