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Memes spread like wildfire, and memes that speak to regional quirks – that we can point to and say “oh my God, that’s so me!” – even more so. Over the last few weeks, you may have noticed

For some reason, people like to rag on certain aspects of the food culture in Buenos Aires. From “There’s no real street food” to “I can’t buy pre-made frozen cauliflower rice anywhere!” the list of grievances is long and …

There’s never a shortage of new material for art lovers in the city of Buenos Aires. With dozens of museums, from world-renowned institutions like MALBA to smaller, more specialized exhibits like those of Museo Sívori, the options seem endless… …

From Agronomía to Villa Urquiza, each of the 48 barrios of Buenos Aires contains its own history, culture, and magic. Residents take much pride in their neighborhoods, quick to spout off their virtues, be it a legendary panadería, an illustrious …

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.

As a Libra (yep, I went there), I love love in all its forms. Mostly that means dogs and Neruda sonnets and having my forearm tickled as I fall asleep, but since February 14th is just around the bend, might …

This week Casa Brandon will play host to a diverse mix of artists, musicians, intellectuals, and DJs from around the world at the Festival de Arte Queer in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. …

With the influx of immigration into Buenos Aires throughout the years, it isn’t surprising that the growth of independent culture in the city is ever-growing. But with this wide range of customs and practices which are, more often than not, …