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With a heat index of 35+ degrees one day, and dealing with sweater weather the next, we’re all a bit confused over here at Bubble HQ. With blue skies looking likely to be back on the agenda this weekend, hopefully,

Leña para el carbón (Mamasita)
Leña para el carbón (En el party)
Leña para el carbón (Mamasita)
Leña para el carbón (En el party)

Every year there’s a song that, no matter how hard you fight it, gets stuck in …

So, I went shopping for pants last weekend, or rather I tried to go shopping for pants last weekend. I walked into one of the fancy shops at the Distrito Arcos (because I don’t play when it comes to pants), …

With another slew of sunny days and a humidity-breaking storm (yay) ahead of us, it’s our bet you can’t wait to leave the office and start planning what you’re going to do with your two days of freedom. While it

It was this time last year that Tati and Gaby, two young women working in the Buenos Aires advertising industry, came across a shocking discovery: the word sororidad did not appear in the Real Academia Española. They had been …

Words are cool and all… But master texters and WhatsAppers know that the best way to convey ideas and feelings nowadays is with the help of GIFs and, of course, emojis. Is somebody ignoring your text? Why not hit them …

Congratulations everyone, we’ve made it through the first 31 days of the year! It may not feel like much, but trust us, the first month in Argentina has felt like a year in and of itself. While we all contemplate

Here’s a couple of things you probably didn’t know about Argentine wine: 27 percent of wine exported by Argentine goes to the United States, representing an impressive 32 percent of all sales. So it’s only fitting that Wines of Argentina

As another sweltering week comes to a close, you’d be forgiven for thinking everyone has a bit of bronca these days or perhaps they’re just plain angry? Hot weather has its challenges, people. The #struggle is real. Moving on, there’s

There are a lot of ways of trying to understand Once, the area located smack dab in the middle of Balvanera, home to one of the largest Jewish communities in Argentina and quite possibly the busiest commercial area in …