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Articles by Paige Nichols

We’re just hours away from the highly anticipated, yet highly unnecessary PASO primaries in Argentina, and though the veda electoral means official campaigning is no longer allowed, one last-minute – and extremely important – topic has been thrown into the …

Argentina is just days away from the PASO primaries, and political tensions are higher than ever. As the country deals with the ever-widening grieta, everyone has an opinion about how they’ll react once the votes are counted. In true …

Did I miss the memo, or has The Bubble become a one-stop-shop for all things related to the strangely niche sub-topic that is “Argentines winning both national and global recognition in a variety of disciplines”? Either way, I’m not complaining, …

Can’t we all just get along? If you kept up with the tension between animal rights activists and traditional campo rituals at Expo Rural last weekend, you’ll have your answer. And because Argentina has decided to prove to us once …

Argentina is full of superlatives. We’re the land of Maradona, of Messi, of Máxima, of Mauro Colagreco, of the Pope, of the world’s best vineyard, and so much more. And since it seems that the trend of ranking …

Mercury retrograde has really started to piss me off. I can handle the stressful miscommunications with my family, the seemingly spontaneous destruction of electronic devices, and the all-around sense of frustration that permeates everything I do or say as the …

News flash: Apparently, it’s winter! You wouldn’t know it based on the unseasonably warm temperatures that have been racking Buenos Aires the last few days, but yes. We’ve all busted out our best Lenny Kravitz scarves, huddle around our weak-ass …

I don’t know about you, but the trend of foodie pop-ups that has, well, popped up around Buenos Aires makes me rather giddy. As the number of new bars and restaurants opening continues to grow despite all indications that the …

Man, time flies when you’re eating and drinking too much. Which is why you might be surprised to hear that the 10th anniversary edition of Feria Masticar – organized by culinary group A.C.E.L.G.A. – will be taking place in …

She got it from her mama. That’s right. The best empanadas in Argentina – as decided yesterday during the Fiesta de la Empanada at the Feria Mataderos  – come from the Mendoza kitchen of María del Carmen Vicario (“Chacha”), inspired …