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Picture this. It’s 6 PM on a Wednesday afternoon and you’ve just gotten out of work. Your half-hour walk home leaves sweaty and agitated as you pass people on the street. The dogs won’t stop barking, car horns won’t stop …

For all of us who have been at an Argentine asado, it’s become pretty clear that the locals not only love their meat but they know a lot about it as well. It’s not just some irrational passion either, they’re …

Earlier this month, Argentine filmmaker Lucrecia Martel was chosen by Bjork to direct the artist’s upcoming show at a new and exciting space in New York called The Shed. Little did any of us at The Bubble know that this …

There are several unequivocal signs that you’re getting old. Your knees hurt when it’s raining outside. You complain about the music being too loud at a bar. You start to honestly enjoy shopping for home goods like pillows and kitchen …

We met at Boticario, that trendy bar in Palermo themed around the idea of an apothecary from yesteryear. The setting could not be more ideal: she sits in a chair she crafted, with a backdrop of a wallpaper she …

With Buenos Aires back to being an horno or infierno depending on how you look at it, summer definitely isn’t done with us yet. While we could wait it out and decide to live under a rock (preferably an air-conditioned

Is there really anything more refreshing than drinking a beer while you gaze out across the sea? Well, there are a couple of companies in Mar del Plata that seem to think there is. Fluence Argentina, a company that …

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 …