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The Carnaval murga madness is reaching its end this climax in Buenos Aires with one last, huge fiesta taking place on Monday. Yes, the reason you’re getting four blissful days off work this week is that porteños will be taking …

Earlier this month, Argentine filmmaker Lucrecia Martel was chosen by Bjork to direct the artist’s upcoming show at a new and exciting space in New York called The Shed. Little did any of us at The Bubble know that this …

There are several unequivocal signs that you’re getting old. Your knees hurt when it’s raining outside. You complain about the music being too loud at a bar. You start to honestly enjoy shopping for home goods like pillows and kitchen …

There is an element to being British in Argentina that other foreigners do not likely experience. Every so often, while chatting in a taxi or buying groceries at the verdulería, the question of where I’m from arises. And, though usually …

Six brides sit outside a vintage thrift shop on Valentine’s Day. They laugh, tell stories, take pictures, and drape themselves over a cream sofa. This was the visual a couple of weeks back outside Alma Zen Vintage shop on the …

Summer in the city means cleavage, cleavage, cleavage,” sang Regina Spektor over a decade ago on her aptly titled tune “Summer in the City”, which may sound at first like a cheery celebration of the warmer months but

We met at Boticario, that trendy bar in Palermo themed around the idea of an apothecary from yesteryear. The setting could not be more ideal: she sits in a chair she crafted, with a backdrop of a wallpaper she …

Anyone who’s ever been thrifting knows there’s an art to the perfect find, and no one knows better than the founders of local vintage thrift shops Bimba Vintage, and Alma Zen. We spoke with them about how thrifting …

Ask around for the best view in the city of Buenos Aires and you’ll get very different answers.

But let’s face it. Can you really top one that includes the monumental Teatro Colón, the Av. 9 de Julio, and …

If you’re in need of a little educational enrichment after a summer spent engaging your brain exclusively in the search of respite from the heat (no judgement, it’s a full time job), then look no further than the Biblioteca Nacional …