Frances Huang

Buena Onda Yoga: I don’t know them personally and I don’t do Yoga, but every girl I’ve ever met here raves about Frances and Buena Onda Yoga. Okay, “every girl I’ve met” is an exaggeration. But only a slight one. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Johnny Robson

Buenos Aires has one of the most innovative, important, and interesting graffiti scenes in the world: All Three I-s! These guys are at the very heart of it. Another modern and powerful way to understand the city and its nuances. Very, very strongly recommended. And above all, these are truly great guys, too. Republished by…

Anish Patel

I’ve never met Anish, but I’ve seen him around town a few times. His name just always seems to come up: the go-to guy for video and animation. You want a 2 minute movie on your web site explaining what your product is? Sit back, he’ll do a great job. See the demos on his…

Ricardo Mardisich

Ricardo Mardisich

Ricardo is the guy to know to fix your laptop in BA. Super professional, kind, and knows his stuff. Avoid the “servicio tecnico” computer-fry (we’ve experienced it — it sucks!) and give Ricardo a call if you need any laptop repairs, data recovery, etc. in Buenos Aires. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Percy Tsutsu Croffie-Siame

Percy is obsessed with CrossFit: doing it for years, he spends all his time CrossFitting, while running (along with his friend Max) Vitruvian — where they crossfit in parks and all around public spaces, doing a classic crossfit workout in a magnificent setting. If you want good crossfit, these are the guys to call. Republished…

Chad DePue

Chad has been here a couple of years now and he’s uber-professional. I would trust him to get the job done. His company is growing very quickly, too — and he deserves it. Great job, Chad! Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Madi Lang

If I were to define Madi Lang in one word, it would be “Awesome”; if I had 4 additional words, they would be, “Passionate about Buenos Aires”. She spends all her time wandering around the streets, talking to people, reading, thinking and experiencing its history — and doing so far, far away from the cliched…