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Come one, come all to Hip Hop Cultura. No, seriously, everyone is welcome. For three years now, the Centro Cultural Recoleta has dedicated Saturday afternoons to the education and celebration of hip hop and its tangentially-related art forms. You’ll

Here at The Bubble we love all of Buenos Aires’ classic tourist neighborhoods, like San Telmo, Recoleta and the many Palermos, but there is so much more to see around the city apart from these iconic barrios.

To walk into La Grande, a musical spectacle held every Tuesday night in the heart of Palermo Viejo, is to walk into the beating heart of hipster Buenos Aires. Young, bearded porteños spill out of the theatre into

Don’t let this morning’s drizzle dampen your spirits—we’re almost to the finde largo goodness of Semana Santa, and the slog to the weekend will soon be worth it. It’s a perfect day to snuggle up and watch a movie at …

The 28th edition of arteBA 2019, Argentina’s flagship contemporary arts fair, officially opens this afternoon at La Rural expo center in Palermo, and there is more than ever to ogle and fantasize about purchasing. Renowned for curating some of the

Buenos Aires is currently gearing up for arteBA, the city’s annual contemporary art fair extravaganza. The event brings together over 400 artists from over 25 cities to exhibit some of the world’s most interesting contemporary art and is a

We can no longer deny it, summer is finally over. The leaves are falling thick and fast, and today’s sudden downpour no longer felt like sweet relief from the heat, but more like an excuse to cozy up inside with …

If you’ve recently seen our Practical Guide to Lollapalooza 2019, and realized too late that you missed out on tickets to Latin America’s biggest festival this weekend, then take a breather. We have some good news. First, there are …

Welcome back, dear readers, to another one of our guided tours through the exciting world of Argentine music. We’re here to fill you in so you don’t look like a complete newbie when discussing this country’s vibrant music scene.

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