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Articles by Pedro Camacho

Lost in the very busy news cycle that includes the opening of the Paseo del Bajo, tomorrow’s general strike, and the presentation of the abortion bill in Congress for the eight time (yep, the eighth time. People, come on, …

It’s no secret to anyone that Netflix has slowly but steadily shifted in the last few years from being just a streaming platform to a behemoth production company as well, dishing out some of the biggest series (Stranger Things

Travel snaps, fit models and food porn. That’s pretty much what it comes down to for most Instagram users. But as we at The Bubble have proved time and time (and time) again, there’s a lot more to the …

Yesterday was the official launch of Casa FOA 2019, an event that has become, after its 35 editions, one of the most important gatherings in the world of architecture, interior design, and landscaping in Argentina. This edition will be …

Did you know that plastic straws can take from 150 to 400 years to decompose? Or that, in Buenos Aires shopping malls alone, over 2 million plastic straws are consumed every month? Or how about the fact that if you …

A while back, we wrote about the new Maradona documentary which was to premiere at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, albeit out of competition. The movie was directed by Asif Kapadia, the man behind Amy and Sennatwo of …

Here at The Bubble, we’re really fans of drag. The constant references to RuPaul’s Drag Race on our social media should’ve hinted at that enough by now (shout-out to Paige and her biggest obsession besides photographing dogs). But we …

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, …