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It feels like it’s been a while – OK, maybe just a couple of weeks – since something or someone from Argentina made it to a prestigious global ranking. Which is why we’re thrilled to announce that La Fuerza, …

Calling all you round spectacle wearing, Beatles loving, Yoko Ono hating, art fans! While I firmly believe it wasn’t Yoko’s fault the Beatles broke up, that has to be an argument for another time, because this week it’s all about …

We’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times: The Bubble stans a ridiculous viral Twitter thread. We just can’t help it. Maybe it’s because they offer a brief respite from the 24-hour news cycle madness that plagues …

At this point, there’s no use trying to beat around the bush. Climate change is real, we’re destroying the planet, the glaciers are melting, and basically… it’s all our fault. Yep. Sorry about that. It sucks. So, if you care …

Back in March, we gave you a top-notch listicle of 5 Alternative Museums to Visit in Buenos Aires. Well now we are back, and niche-r (?) than ever, with another five museums that you’ve probably never heard of. In the

Welcome, one and all, to a new installment of The Bubble’s Weekend Guide. We’ve (barely) made it through the PASO primaries, which has kicked off a brand new chapter of economic anxiety. Not only that, but we’ll continue …

Metallica, the heavy metal band that has been around longer than most of our readers have been alive, has announced its upcoming Worldwire Tour, which will include a show in Buenos Aires on April 18, 2020 at the Campo

The American Club of Buenos Aires, in an effort to reach out to all Americans in the Buenos Aires area, as well as other anglophiles, has scheduled on its calendar several English-language events and other fine-tuned American activities.

Just last …

Can you believe it’s been 70 years since sock hops were in, seatbelts were optional, and drinking one cream soda with two straws was considered a good date? God bless 1949. It’s also been 70 years since Alberto Camus, the …

Some of us grew up watching Disney movies and wholesome cartoons, others grew up watching satirical films so chock-full of double entendres that most of the jokes went over our heads until we were a bit older. I definitely come …