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Despite rampant inflation and prices for pretty much everything that are through the roof, it’s estimated that the average Argentine still consumes close to 50 kg of meat per year, guaranteeing the country’s place among the five largest consumers

The Centro Cultural Recoleta reopened at the beginning of the year with some serious changes to its programming, which featured a new focus on hip-hop culture, new spaces for art and artists, and a fresh (kind of revolutionary, actually) take …

Unless you’ve been avoiding the internet for the last year or so, you’ve probably heard of escape rooms. You pay to be locked in a room with a group of friends or family and try to solve a puzzle, usually …

With a heat index of 35+ degrees one day, and dealing with sweater weather the next, we’re all a bit confused over here at Bubble HQ. With blue skies looking likely to be back on the agenda this weekend, hopefully,

Leña para el carbón (Mamasita)
Leña para el carbón (En el party)
Leña para el carbón (Mamasita)
Leña para el carbón (En el party)

Every year there’s a song that, no matter how hard you fight it, gets stuck in …

December 11, 2017 was a sad day for Argentines. That fateful day, in the small Uruguayan town of Minas, over a 100 cooks achieved what seemed like an impossible feat: they made the largest asado ever, reaching the heights of

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 …

With another slew of sunny days and a humidity-breaking storm (yay) ahead of us, it’s our bet you can’t wait to leave the office and start planning what you’re going to do with your two days of freedom. While it

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 …

If you ask around for the best Argentine filmmaker alive, several names are bound to come up: Campanella. Trapero. Szifrón. All those are sure to be somewhere in the conversation. But let’s be honest, the conversation pretty much begins and …