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Tomorrow, July 18th, marks the 25th anniversary of the largest terrorist attack in Argentine history. In 1994, 85 Jews died and hundreds more were injured in a bombing of the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association (Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina) building…

There are many things about Argentina that can be puzzling to a foreigner. Why is this Uber driver telling me to sit in the front and refer to him as primo? Why are these old men shirtless when they’re …

The Subte of Buenos Aires is tried and true, predictable as the tide. You’ve got the D line strikes (announced and suddenly lifted within the same day), you’ve got the vendedores ambulantes placing unwanted packets of tissues in your lap, …

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

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 …

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 …

At age 1, Gustavo Fernández, born in Río Tercero, Córdoba, was permanently paralyzed from the waist down after falling out of a chair. At age 25, he’s now ranked the No. 1 wheelchair tennis player in the world.…

Last Tuesday, on Argentina’s Independence Day, the Revolution Queens dance group blew the crowd away on the primetime entertainment show America’s Got Talent. The young girls banged on bombo drums and whipped around boleadora wands. They jumped and sashayed, …

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