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Articles by Jorge Farah

October is here, and so is the overpowering realization that this year, which still feels very much like it just started, is barreling rapidly to a close. Oh gosh. The resolutions! We kept putting them off, and now all of …

Hi there, dear reader. We made it! The end of another work week. Do you taste it? The sweet release? Yes, the world continues to be a chaotic mess plagued with disasters both natural and man-made (but, let’s be real, …

Well, dear readers, it’s finally here. The end of the cruel (actually fairly mild) Buenos Aires winter, and the advent of the extremely brief and ever-so-fleeting period of time in which the city actually resembles springtime. Rejoice! Take to the …

Hi, friends. How was your week? Was it long and arduous? Was it tough, yet fulfilling? Did it all feel a little pointless? Did you learn a little bit about yourself and the world around you? Whatever the case, you …

It’s the weekend again! Or rather, we are standing at the precipice of it. And if you’re anything like us, you’re ready to doff the shackles of the punch-in, punch-out workday routine and get a little silly. See a little …

Welcome to what is, apparently, the final weekend of August 2019. If you’re anything like me, these little reminders – “we are now entering the 9th month of the year,” “we are now in the final year of the decade,” …

The weekend. That precious little two-day breather from your hectic schedule of advancing other people’s interests. That brief window of time when, if you’re lucky, you can forget about things that are well beyond your control (the economy, the elections, …

Welcome, one and all, to a new installment of The Bubble’s Weekend Guide. We’ve (barely) made it through the PASO primaries, which has kicked off a brand new chapter of economic anxiety. Not only that, but we’ll continue …

Welcome, dear readers, to another edition of our Guided Tour musician series. We’re all about diving into the long careers of some of the most important figures in Argentine music history. In past installments, we’ve taken a look at the

If you watch the new Pedro Almodovar film Dolor y Gloria, in theaters now – and you should, it’s really good! – you’ll land upon a scene that many critics are calling the linchpin to the entire movie, featuring