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Articles by Merin McDivitt

With Day of the Dead, a long weekend, and an impending massive water cut this Thursday, millions of residents in Mexico City are in for a wild week. But not to fear. The Bubble’s got you covered with everything you

The sleek interior of Ureña is decked out in black patent leather booths, a matching black lacquered ceiling, and thin, bulbous lamps that dangle down like a chic update on the bare lightbulbs of a bachelor pad. Soothing house music …

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — Buenos Aires Food Week, which celebrates its ninth year of letting us stuff our faces for less money than it would normally cost this month. Haven’t been? Sacrilege! Partnering with dozens …

On a quiet street on the outskirts of Villa Crespo, behind a nondescript gray door, is a climbing gym — a hidden treasure for avid practitioners in the City’s climbing scene. But if you walk all the way through, past …