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These days, Korea is having what we’d like to call a *moment.* With everything from cosmetics – snail mucus cream, anyone? – to music, Korean culture has made its way into the western mainstream and is officially here to stay. …

Gulliver’s Gate is a 50,000 square foot exhibition that presents miniatures of 25 cities from around the world, including obvious big shots such as Paris, London, and Beijing. At the moment it sits smack dab in the middle of New …

Move aside Noche de las Heladerías and Noche de las Pizzerías… There’s a new bad boy in town. This Saturday, April 6th will be the debut of the Noche de las Arepas in Buenos Aires, where you’ll be able …

Happy hour, a time-honored tradition that brings people together to drink discounted alcohol and complain about their jobs, transcends geography and culture. What I mean by this: there is happy hour in Buenos AiresPorteños love to cap off

Hi! Are you as excited for BAFICI 2019 as we are? If you’re anything like us, you’ve already set up an intricately planned schedule with movie times, locations, reviews, and strategically placed breaks for lunch and dinner. If you’re not

Gather round, children… Let’s talk about Lollapalooza Argentina, that takes place starting this Friday, March 29th and goes on until Sunday, March 31st. No, we’re not gonna be talking about the music per se, we pretty much covered that

We’ve all been there. You start your Saturday night with too much Fernet and the next thing you know, it’s Sunday afternoon. You can barely remember the number of clubs you went to, let alone the number of people you …

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, …

Living in Buenos Aires, there are a few things you can absolutely count on with the start of every new year: price hikes for public transportation, an increasingly prevalent feeling of dread, and the arrival of the Buenos Aires International

With the cooler winds finally blowing, Buenos Aires can once again live up to its name and we can enjoy the city sweat-free. Fortunately the cultural offering doesn’t change with the seasons, and there’s just as many live music events, …