Buenos Aires Art & Lifestyle Tours Blog

The Gaucho Cultural Center in Mataderos Posted on 2 Nov 21:15 , 0 comments

Words and Video by Sharon Salt. Of all the fairs in Buenos Aires, Feria de Mataderos seems – at least to me – the most untouched by tourists, the most …

Pablo Malaurie and The Case of The Japanese Siren Posted on 11 Sep 10:36 , 0 comments

Article by Kevin Vaughn.   Photos by Brett Wishart. It was a Saturday evening in March of last year. The weather was a perfect no …

Five Favorite Juanes Songs Posted on 8 Aug 01:20 , 0 comments

I totally love this chabon, Juanes.  He’s like my new Chayanne – but more cowboy, less chamuyo.   I made you a lil playlist of …

Five Favorite Julieta Venegas Songs Posted on 10 Jul 01:32 , 0 comments

Julieta Venegas is a Mexico-based Spanish Singing Pop Rock Star … and she totally rocks my world with her love songs, which I love singing …

Lulacruza Has Landed in Buenos Aires Posted on 2 Jul 11:35 , 0 comments

Looking for some South American fusion music?  Let me tell you all about LULACRUZA. LULACRUZA is a electronic folk due that knits together luminous songs, …

Five Favorite Juana Molina Songs Posted on 18 Jan 12:52 , 0 comments

Juana Molina was a TV star in Argentina in the 1980s, famous for her parody sketch series, Juana Y Sus Hermanas.  One day she left …

Fortuitous Uncertainty of The Quarter Life Crisis Posted on 16 Jan 00:52 , 0 comments

My quarter life crisis was not nearly as catastrophic as expected.  In fact I’d like to propose that we rebrand this mid-twenties milestone. This year …

Napoleon Hill’s Laws of Success: A Relevant Classic Posted on 25 Nov 00:34 , 0 comments

The Law of Success In Sixteen Lessons is a lesson plan written by Napoleon Hill and published in 1928.  It is a course designed to …

Buenos Aires Pedestrians Posted on 12 Oct 20:08 , 0 comments

Can we just talk about how true this is?  Love CUALCA.

Five Favorite Devendra Banhart Songs Posted on 3 Aug 01:50 , 0 comments

Devendra Banhart.  What a name.  What beautiful music. I don’t think they’ve coined the genre yet, so I vote for “Avante-Folk Spanglish Tone Poetry“. – …