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So we were MIA for a couple of weeks with our little guiso of kumbaya; sorry about that. We’ve been busy searching for a true Argentine beer, doing the boliche grind and quite simply goofing around by comparing Buenos

It took nearly two hours driving from Córdoba’s capital city and through its winding hills to reach La Cumbre, the charming pueblito that hosted the first annual La Cumbre Gastronómica food festival. Gastronómicos from across Argentina gathered in this remote

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months, you’ve probably heard that Game of Thrones is coming to an end this Sunday. Heck, we actually wrote about it a few days ago. So it’s no surprise …

We tend to focus a lot on porteño lifestyle here at The Bubble, but it’s important to remember that, believe it or not, there’s actually *more* to Argentina than just Buenos Aires. I swear. Grab a map, take a trip, …

You’ve been there before. We all have. You just left a boliche, bar, or friend’s house in wee hours, definitely a little tipsy from one too many birras or glasses of wine. You walked toward the nearest big avenue …

Happy Election Year everybody!

As you may be aware, in 2019 roughly a third of the Senate, half of Congress, our Vice-President and President are all up for election. What you may not know is that 21 of 23 …

The British Government and the Kelper government on the Malvinas Islands confirmed today the establishment of a new flight uniting the islands with the South American continent that includes a layover in Argentine territory.

As announced by Reuters earlier this

Ámbito Financiero reported on Wednesday that the Argentine and British governments, along with representatives of the Malvinas Islands, reached an agreement to establish a new route uniting the islands with the South American continent that includes a layover in Argentine …

Mark your calendars: the 18th edition of Doc Buenos Aires will kickoff this Thursday and will run through October 24th. As usual, it will be celebrating some of the most reputable cinematic documentaries at both the national and international levels.

When I first imagine Oktoberfest, I picture bratwurst, lederhosen, and surprisingly enough, Germany (duh). I do not imagine a tiny village one hour away from Córdoba, whose first language is Spanish and favorite sausage food is choripán, …