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Every March 24th, Argentina commemorates the Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice, sanctioned as Law 25,633 by the National Congress on August 1, 2002. The date coincides with the anniversary of the coup d’état of 1976 that overthrew …

We tend to focus a lot on porteño lifestyle here at The Bubble, but it’s important to remember that, believe it or not, there’s actually *more* to Argentina than just Buenos Aires. I swear. Grab a map, take a trip, …

Living in Buenos Aires, there are a few things you can absolutely count on with the start of every new year: price hikes for public transportation, an increasingly prevalent feeling of dread, and the arrival of the Buenos Aires International

From April 11th to 14th, arteBA is back to once again to present the 28th edition of its annual contemporary art fair. Founded in 1991, the event is simultaneously a gallery for broke art lovers and the city’s biggest spending …

Buenos Aires probably isn’t the first place you associate with St. Patrick’s Day, but this city does it up surprisingly big in the patron saint’s honor. Our sources (ok, Wikipedia) tell us that the world’s fifth-largest Irish community in

The main event taking place this weekend in Buenos Aires is of course the International Women’s Day March on Friday, where women will be striking to protest the abuse, femicide, and inequality they face in Argentina. However, the movement doesn’t …

As International Women’s Day nears, once again the fight for women’s rights and gender equality moves to the forefront. Gone are the days where rose-colored platitudes and advertisements for discount washing machines fill the air; the conversation has shifted back …

Sure, it could’ve been the ballpoint pen. Or the traffic light for the blind. Or maybe even the Dogo. But it turns out that the greatest Argentine invention of all time (and rightfully so) is the heart

Picture this. It’s 6 PM on a Wednesday afternoon and you’ve just gotten out of work. Your half-hour walk home leaves sweaty and agitated as you pass people on the street. The dogs won’t stop barking, car horns won’t stop …

For all of us who have been at an Argentine asado, it’s become pretty clear that the locals not only love their meat but they know a lot about it as well. It’s not just some irrational passion either, they’re …