Tag Archives: Argentina

Nicole Niebisch

Enjoying Asado and Malbec with mi amigo Gonzalo Perez at La Barra.

On my first visit to Argentina this July, I learned about a national holiday that carries a sentiment so wonderful and obvious I wondered why the US, a consumer economy that finds any reason to develop marketing campaigns driving us to celebrate (aka buy and consume), had not yet picked up on it. [Read more…]

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Mindy Joyce

If you’re a sun lover like me, you spend chilly days fantasizing about beaches and warm, faraway destinations. Though some people revel in the freezing weather, as a Southern Hemisphere native, coping well with New York’s brutal winters just isn’t… [Read more…]

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Kara Newman

When it comes to spirits, I’m your gal. I can name five great whiskey-producing regions without batting an eyelash. But when it comes to wine, honestly, I’m still learning. So I was excited to recently learn about a handful of… [Read more…]

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