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Articles by Pedro Camacho

Oh, Twitter threads. What did our lives look like without you? It seems every week there’s a new one popping up just full of delicious tidbits and treats for us to nibble on. Whether they compare icons to local

We could argue all day about what Horacio Rodríguez Larreta is and isn’t. A lot of this discussion would rely heavily on what we think about his role as Mayor of the City of Buenos Aires and, to an almost …

Sometimes at The Bubble HQ we find certain Internet gems that really make us feel giddy. Such a thing happened last week in the form of MacGyver, an Argentine Red Tegu Lizard that is just killing it on Instagram …

We here at The Bubble have a special place in our hearts for Argentines doing big things. No, I’m not talking about big achievements in their respective crafts. I’m talking big sized 60-meter long salami or 4,000 kg chocolate Easter

What: The Bubble’s After Office event with a great view of the city!

When: Wednesday, July 17th at 7:30 PM

Where: The American Club of Buenos Aires – Viamonte 1133, Floor 10

How much: AR $400. You get a welcome …

Now that the Copa América has come and gone, it’s time for all of us to go back to our lives and forget about football for a while. God knows that all of the tournaments Argentina has participated in for …

It seems that everybody was into the independence spirit this July 9th, even beyond the limits of Argentina. Whether it was going hog wild on some good ole fashioned locro or taking selfies wearing a Los Pumas jersey while the …

One of the best things of Buenos Aires is just how many stuff there is to see in any given week. Take this week, for example. In the upcoming days there will be at least two new top-notch exhibits opening: …

It’s been a tough week to be outdoors in Buenos Aires. A wave of frigid air arrived from Patagonia on Monday and effectively froze all of our collective toes, hands, and ears. Today, for example, I made the mistake of …

The students at the Rosario School of Law had, for years, grown accustomed to perro vaca, a fat, kind of disheveled old street dog that would roam the hallways and classrooms of their faculty for days at a time. …