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Articles by Jorge Farah

Buenos Aires has a lot to offer. From its stunning architecture to its bustling arts and culture scene, there’s a plethora of reasons to love this city. But once you’ve set up camp in the city for a while and

Welcome, friends, to another edition of The Bubble’s Guided Tour series. This is our attempt to showcase some of the greatest and most significant musicians in the contemporary Argentine music scene, aimed mostly at the uninitiated who want to

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

We see you, glass of wine in hand, holding court on the latest Spanish-language television sensation; do you want to wax philosophical about La Casa de Papel? Hey, that’s pretty good. Want to flaunt your encyclopedic knowledge of Luismi’s

It’d be a bit of an understatement to say that it was a pretty rough year for our adopted country we love so dearly. Between the tumultuous social climate, the total economic collapse that occurred just past the midway point

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

Here at The Bubble, we’re not afraid to court a little controversy, so we’re going to hit you with a scolding-hot take: Christmas in Buenos Aires can be…  A bit of a bummer.

I know, I know, it’s probably unfair

One of the most powerful aspects of film as a medium is its ability to bring us closer to — and thus allow us to empathize with — characters that are so far removed from our own individual life experiences.

There are many things that one could complain about with music festivals, especially down here in Argentina. Yes, the simple act of standing around in a field with thousands of people is inherently exhausting. Yes, the event organization is often

A couple of weeks ago Buenos Aires was all but completely shut down thanks to the visit of some of the most powerful people in the entire world for the G20 Summit. If you live here, then you probably heard