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Imagine that you’ve just touched down at Ezeiza international airport. It’s the middle of the night. You’re tired, dazed, confused, and just looking to get home. You’ve just stood in line for upwards of an hour at customs, and you’re …

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

As another sweltering week comes to a close, you’d be forgiven for thinking everyone has a bit of bronca these days or perhaps they’re just plain angry? Hot weather has its challenges, people. The #struggle is real. Moving on, there’s

There are a lot of ways of trying to understand Once, the area located smack dab in the middle of Balvanera, home to one of the largest Jewish communities in Argentina and quite possibly the busiest commercial area in …

We’re approximately 124 days into the first month of 2019, and there seems to be no end to our misery in sight. We’re breaking into a sweat before our feet even hit the floor each morning, returning to the daily …

So the Oscar nominations were announced today, but since we didn’t have anybody in the running for the acclaimed film awards this year (we still love you mucho, El Ángel) we’re going with the next best thing, albeit from …

In an interview published by Infobae on Sunday, Sergio Massa confirmed he will go for a new presidential run. “I will be a candidate,” he said. Massa also hurled some predictable criticism against the Macri administration and floated some political …

Friday marked the fourth anniversary of the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, an event that took place four days after he filed criminal charges against then-president Crisitna Fernández de Kirchner and other members of her administration for – in his …

During the last weeks of 2018 and the first of 2019, the country has been on its toes over an outbreak of hantavirus, which, until now, has resulted in the death of 12 people, while dozens of others have shown …

While Buenos Aires slowly comes back to life and we all hope that the stifling humidity begins to subside (#prayforus), plenty of the cultural centers, pop-up events, and festivals that we love are making a return to the agenda once …