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Articles by Marie-Rose Sheinerman

Lavash. Dolma. Manti. Basturma. Baklava.

Either you’re now full-on drooling or you’re confused by that collection of seemingly non-sensical words – meaning you have yet to be exposed to the wonders of Armenian cuisine. Either way, with Armenian food …

Argentina’s November pride celebrations (check out these awesome photos from last year’s march) may still be a long way off, but the LGBTQ+ community of Buenos Aires doesn’t limit celebration and pride to an official month. This June, Buenos Aires …

We’ve all been there. Recording a WhatsApp voice note in the middle of a crowded street or listening to one on the Subte, con headphones, por supuesto (we’re not animals). Whether you’re sending GIFs to your co-workers, long paragraphs to …

Argentine tweens are flippin’ killing it this week – so much so, in fact, that covering their niche and unexpected talents has become my beat here at The Bubble. Just a few days ago, Tigre-born Thiago Lapp, a 13-year-old who …

Buenos Aires has truly been on a winning streak. From last week’s announcement that we house the best comic book store in the world, to today’s reveal that Palermo holds the best pizza place in South America, there must …

The rumors are true. Patti Smith is coming to Buenos Aires. As we anxiously await the punk rock legend’s arrival to nuestro país, it seems that with every day a new tidbit of information about her visit is revealed. Turns …

There’s never a shortage of new material for art lovers in the city of Buenos Aires. With dozens of museums, from world-renowned institutions like MALBA to smaller, more specialized exhibits like those of Museo Sívori, the options seem endless… …

The world of video games and gamers is a strange and foreign land to me, akin to the Upside Down of Stranger Things. (If you don’t know what that is, go get a Netflix account. We’ll wait.) This …

There’s nothing quite like the thrill of visiting an exhibit that challenges your very conception of art and beauty – except for maybe the thrill of then posting a pic of that art and beauty (with you in it, por

There’s no denying that this country has got its own swath of incredible tennis players. Argentines include the inspiring Gustavo Fernández, whose victory at Wimbledon single’s men’s wheelchair tennis earned him the ranking of No. 1 in the world …