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At Buenos Aires's Off-the-Wall Pizza Shops, Intestines Are One of Many Unconventional Toppings

From blue cheese and octopus to chicken breast and oranges, pizza toppings in Argentina make pineapple look tame.
Kevin Vaughn
1.11.19
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

Talk Radio Therapy

How patients at a psychiatric hospital in Buenos Aires found healing by starting a radio program.
Federico Bianchini
12.21.18
Munchies

Argentine Politician Forced to Apologize for Eating Piece of Bloody, Jesus-Shaped Cake

The religiously inclined did not enjoy watching the Minister of Culture bite into our Lord and Savior's frosting stigmata.
Jelisa Castrodale
5.30.18
Pizza

The Pizza that Hates Itself

An Argentinian pizza chain called Ugi's has found success by adopting an offensive, insulting social media strategy—to its customers' delight.
Allie Lazar
1.15.18
Restaurant Confessionals

What It's Like to Get Sued by a Waiter

I know it’s just fucking money, but he sued us for so much and we had so many expenses opening a second restaurant. We’re still paying him off in installments.
Anonymous
1.1.18
Baking

Meet the Punk Rock Baker Bringing AC/DC-Inspired Bread to Buenos Aires

Salvaje Bakery is churning out wild, 'emotional,' and damn good bread that's shaping the future of Argentinian baking.
Michaela Trimble
10.25.17
street art

45 Argentinian Artists Are Painting (and Selling!) Unpaid Bills

'#Pimpmyfactura' is transforming outstanding payments into outstanding artwork.
Myriam Selhi
7.28.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Massive Nazi Artifact Stash Found in Secret Room in Argentina

Authorities believe all 75 pieces may have entered the country with top Third Reich leaders fleeing prosecution after WWII.
River Donaghey
6.20.17
Photography

Stunning Photos Bring the Past and Present Together into Single Frames

Buenos Aires photographer Nate Stein warps time itself in his new photography series, ‘Past y Present.’
Nathaniel Ainley
4.21.17
wine

Inside the Illegal Natural Wine Bar Run by a French Sommelier

Hidden behind a nondescript garage door in the neighborhood of Palermo, sommelier Nicolas Ronceray serves the country’s best bottles of natural wine.
Valentine Benoist
4.15.17
Science

Scientists have discovered fluorescent frogs

Kathleen Caulderwood
3.29.17
thump news

Buenos Aires Hosts First Electronic Music Events After Lifting Ban

Dash Berlin, Guy J, and Eelke Kleijn all played the Mandarine Park and Tent venue in the Capital Federal district.
Alexander Iadarola
2.21.17
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