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Hello and welcome to another edition of What To Do in Buenos Aires This Weekend, your one-stop shop for food, music, party, arts and culture in the city of Buenos Aires.

This week, we have a special Valentine’s Day …

As Argentines (or those pretending to be Argentines), we need beer for patriotic occasions. Sometimes a foreign beer simply won’t do. A soccer game, celebrating independence on July 9th. You need a cerveza that doesn’t clash with the albiceleste

Google translate will tell you that boliche means bowling in Spanish, but in Argentina, this word takes on a whole new meaning. Boliche is Argentine for nightclub, also known as the pieces that come together to form Buenos Aires’s reputation

Reddit, the website that brands itself “The Front Page of the Internet,” inhabited by niche enthusiasts of everything from video games to politics to math, is now the 21st most visited website in the world, with over 542 million

Here we are again! Another weekend is upon us. And as is the case for every weekend, we’re here to give you the scoop on the coolest events all around town.

For the past few days, the weather has been …

Lavash. Dolma. Manti. Basturma. Baklava.

Either you’re now full-on drooling or you’re confused by that collection of seemingly non-sensical words – meaning you have yet to be exposed to the wonders of Armenian cuisine. Either way, with Armenian food …

Coming to Argentina for the first time, I arrived prepared with the knowledge that I may have to search a little harder for some of my must-have staples: peanut butter, Greek yogurt, and tampons with applicators. But, apart from these, …

“So why do you… still live here?”

After a solid 13 years in Argentina, this is a question I often find myself faced with. Well-meaning strangers will sometimes blurt it out, almost without realizing, upon learning that I wasn’t

It’s the end of another week, which means it’s time to fill your social calendar with enough activities to keep the darkness at bay.  Luckily, we’re here to help: The Bubble’s celebrated weekend guide is your go-to for everything that’s …

If you’ve ever ridden the Buenos Aires Subte, then it’s likely that you have come in contact with one of the underground’s many vendedores ambulantes, or traveling salespeople, who work it. Whether you’ve ignored the tissues they’ve left