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Articles by Pedro Camacho

What: We’re doing an After Office event with a great view of the city!

When: Thursday, May 23 at 7:30 PM

Where: The American Club of Buenos Aires. Viamonte 1133, Floor 10

How much: AR $400. You get a welcome …

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months, you’ve probably heard that Game of Thrones is coming to an end this Sunday. Heck, we actually wrote about it a few days ago. So it’s no surprise …

Instagram is a wild and crazy place. One day you can be checking out some miniature landscapes on everyday objects while the next you’re scrolling through the feeed of a guy traveling with his Godzilla pet. It’s confusing, odd, …

It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. Between the launch of her now best-selling book titled Sinceramente and the news that broke yesterday that her court date will be delayed until who knows when, …

Last week was not the best for good news in Argentina. On Thursday, congressman Hector Olivares and national official Miguel Yadón were gunned down outside of Congress under circumstances that still remain unclear. Yadón died before reaching the hospital and …

For better or for worse, in the last few years Twitter has become an important tool for political leaders. We’re all too familiar with the biggest Tweet machine of them all, the big flaming Cheeto sitting in the White …

Did you catch the latest Game of Thrones episode last night? Crazy, right? It’s too bad we can’t talk about it further though. You know, because of all the #spoilers and the sensitive people out there nowadays. What we can

Mamma mia! 280,000. That’s the jaw-dropping number of applicants that responded to a worldwide initiative organized by Airbnb in search of volunteers that would be willing to populate the small Italian town of Grottole during three months, with the commitment …

Let’s state with the obvious: we at The Bubble are huge fans of the cult Argentine series Los Simuladores. We’ve actually written extensively about it in the past, just to make sure you understand. So it comes as …

We know, these days it’s pretty hard to stay upbeat. With Argentina’s political future still as foggy as a rainy day and inflation eating up our wallets like a pack of termites, everyone is more than down in the dumps