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Honestly, I don’t even know how to introduce this story to you guys. Sometimes, Argentina does the most bizarre things that end up being way more hilarious (or weird) than initially intended. Most often, it works out for the best, …

Now that the Copa América has come and gone, it’s time for all of us to go back to our lives and forget about football for a while. God knows that all of the tournaments Argentina has participated in for …

The rise of the digital age has made it easier than ever to access a wide range of information from the palms of our hands. Smartphones, tablets, and laptops have moved front and center, demanding more and more attention as …

Here’s a couple of things you probably didn’t know about Argentine wine: 27 percent of wine exported by Argentine goes to the United States, representing an impressive 32 percent of all sales. So it’s only fitting that Wines of Argentina

Here at The Bubble we strive to bring your attention to some of our favorite art and entertainment in Argentina. That’s why we write pieces about cult classic Los Simuladores, put together our list of favorite Argentine albums of

Over the last few years, society’s notion of whom we collectively deem noteworthy has… shifted somewhat. We’ve gone from lionizing philosophers and academics to turning our attention to the somewhat more frivolous world of celebrity culture, and now even that

The G20 has officially begun and The Bubble is reporting live from the Summit at Parque Norte in Buenos Aires. Stay tuned today and tomorrow for G20 updates and what they mean for Argentina.

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Forget any book you’ve ever read about Argentines. Forget any class you ever took on sociology, psychology, or behavioral science related to people from this part of the world. Overlook the talking heads on TV, the articles in the newspapers, …

Procrastinating on Facebook and binge-watching videos of cute puppies and House of Cards episodes on YouTube and Netflix, respectively. Those are the activities that, presumably, Argentines like doing best when they go online, according to a new study released by

In the good ol’ days, you had to work for fame. Achieving stardom of any kind required grit, undying dedication to a craft and a stroke of luck – things I definitely don’t have. Nowadays, it seems a casual crotch …